Mallards Drop Opener, 15-8

Mallards Drop Opener, 15-8

BERLIN- With a tough assignment in the season opener, Worcester Prep’s boys’ varsity lacrosse team fell, 15-8, to host Towson High in Baltimore County on Tuesday. After a week-long layoff for spring break and senior trips, the Mallards took their show on road on Tuesday for a season opener against always-tough Towson High in the… Read more »

Decatur Routs Crisfield, 22-0

Decatur Routs Crisfield, 22-0

BERLIN- Solid starting pitching and strong defense have long been the hallmarks of the Stephen Decatur varsity softball team and the Seahawks got a little of both along with a lot of clutch hitting as they routed visiting Crisfield, 22-0, in a season opener shortened by the slaughter rule at home on Tuesday. Decatur was… Read more »

Coastal Lax Opens Inaugural Season

BERLIN- The new Coastal Lacrosse Club began its inaugural season last weekend with a full slate of games at the Northern Worcester Athletic Complex in Berlin. The Coastal Lacrosse Club formed earlier this year with the goal of offering another option for young players in the ever-growing field of youth lacrosse programs in the area…. Read more »

Mathias Hosting Food Bank Benefit

WEST OCEAN CITY – Responding to the needs of the community, Delegate James Mathias (38B) is sponsoring a benefit for the Eastern Shore of Maryland Food Bank on Sunday, from 3-7 p.m., at the Greene Turtle West featuring the Rockin’ Jake Band, a New Orleans favorite. “This is a great opportunity to help those who… Read more »

Local Bills Moving As Key Crossover Date Nears

ANNAPOLIS – With the 2009 Maryland General Assembly session entering its final stretch, several bills germane to Worcester County and Ocean City finally started moving somewhat this week as the deadline for legislation to cross from one chamber to the other without complications rapidly approaches. Crossover Day, or the point in the session calendar when… Read more »

Fehrer Inducted Into Women’s Hall Of Fame

BERLIN – Ilia Fehrer, who once received death threats from opponents during her career as one of the first and most powerful environmental advocates in Worcester County, was honored with membership in the Maryland Women’s Hall of Fame this month. Fehrer, who died in 2007, transformed not only the laws, but managed the more difficult… Read more »