Things I Like

Things I Like

A daily dose of caffeine Randy Quaid Leaving the dentist My son’s love of crackers Traveling in January That the Pro Bowl is before the Super Bowl this year Rescue stories from Haiti Aubrey Bodine’s photos Staying off the computer all weekendNew shoes that don’t need to be broken inA baby announcement in the mail

Seahawk Wrestlers Win Bob Rowe Classic

Seahawk Wrestlers Win Bob Rowe Classic

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity wrestling team added another feather to its already well-adorned cap last weekend, taking first place overall in the 15th Annual Bob Rowe Delmarva Classic in Salisbury.The Seahawks took the tournament, which featured 16 of the top high school wrestling programs across the Eastern Shore and the entire region, with 241 total… Read more »

Seahawk Girls Clipped by Bennett

Seahawk Girls Clipped by Bennett

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s girls’ varsity basketball team fell to host James M. Bennett, 53-37, on Tuesday.Kylie Nottingham led the Seahawks with 18 points, or nearly half her team’s total offensive output. The loss dropped Decatur’s record to 3-9 overall, including a 2-8 mark in the conference. The Seahawks will host Snow Hill at home next… Read more »

OC Basketball Action Continues

OC Basketball Action Continues

OCEAN CITY- The Ocean City Recreation and Parks Department’s winter boys’ basketball league continued this week with a full slate of games at Northside Park. The following are some of the highlights from this week’s action:Fresco’s 35- OC Rec Boosters 28: Tate Shockley scored 10 points and Luke Buas, Tyree Henry and Owen Nally all… Read more »

Decatur Swimmers Split with Seaford

Decatur Swimmers Split with Seaford

BERLIN- Continuing a season-long pattern, Stephen Decatur’s girls’ varsity swimming team beat Seaford, 106-64, on Tuesday while the boys’ team fell, 105-65.The Decatur girls’ team got key wins in several events to rout Seaford on Tuesday. Catelin Geiser won the 200-meter individual medley and the 100-meter freestyle, while Taylor Blazer also won two events, the… Read more »

Decatur Cruises Past Clippers, 63-54

Decatur Cruises Past Clippers, 63-54

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s boys’ varsity basketball team overcame jumped out to an early lead over Bennett at home on Tuesday, overcame a big run by the Clippers and eventually pulled away for a 63-54 win to improve to 8-1 in the Bayside Conference.The Seahawks entered Tuesday’s home game with a tenuous hold on first place… Read more »

Berlin Dolphins Notch First Win

Berlin Dolphins Notch First Win

BERLIN- The Berlin Dolphins collected their first-ever win in the their first season in the New Castle County Winter Football League, beating the NCCFL Saints, 20-6.The Dolphins, an all-star team of 14-17 year olds, joined the New Castle Winter League this year for the first time and quickly notched their first win. Quarterback Colin Macomber… Read more »

Walk-By Stabber Strikes Deal

SNOW HILL – An Elkton man, arrested last June after resort police were able to track him to his home town following an unprovoked knife attack on a downtown Ocean City street, was found guilty last week in Worcester County Circuit Court on a second-degree assault charge and was sentenced to 10 years in jail,… Read more »

Tighter Forest, Stormwater Laws Near

SNOW HILL – More rigorous forest conservation and stormwater regulations handed down by the Maryland General Assembly in the last few years will officially become part of Worcester County’s laws next month.The county is already required to enforce state laws, but staff feels the county’s laws should match Maryland law.In mid-February, the County Commissioners will… Read more »