Black Friday Tourney a Success

OCEAN CITY- With the rockfish bite in and around the resort area staying red hot, the 9th Annual Black Friday 550 Rockfish Tournament last weekend was a big success with dozens of keeper striped bass weighed and thousands raised for a worthy local charity.For three days last weekend, dozens of local anglers looking for an… Read more »

Hail Mary Wrecks Dolphins’ Perfect Season

BERLIN- The Berlin Junior Dolphins’ dream of a perfect season and a Salvation Army “Red Shield” League championship ended in one dramatic moment on Tuesday night.The Junior Dolphins ran the table in the regular season with a perfect 9-0 mark and cruised to the league championship game against the Pocomoke Warriors on Tuesday. However, after… Read more »

War on the Shore Returns Next Week

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s 9th Annual War on the Shore wrestling tournament gets underway next week at the Wicomico Youth and Civic Center for the first time with some of the top high school programs in the mid-Atlantic area converging on the area for the two-day event.The War on the Shore tournament, which features some of… Read more »

Turtle Lax Tryouts on Tap

OCEAN CITY- The Greene Turtle girls’ lacrosse club will be holding tryouts for the 2011 season tomorrow, December 4 at the Crown Sports Complex in Salisbury.The club is looking for girls who are interested in playing competitive tournament lacrosse against some of the best competition throughout the region and on the east coast. Now in… Read more »

Top Two Teams Reach Flag Finals

OCEAN CITY- The top two seeds in the Ocean City Recreation and Parks Department’s Fall Flag Football League will face each other in the championship next week after one had to scrap its way back through the loser’s bracket this week to get a shot at the title.Schell Brothers-Greene Turtle, which finished second in the… Read more »

Craven Wins “Tough Guy of Year” Award

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s massive offensive lineman Nick Craven this week was named the Atlantic Physical Therapy “Tough Guy of the Year” after collecting the weekly award twice during the Seahawks’ outstanding 2010 campaign.Most of the accolades in football at any level are reserved or the glamour guys, the golden-armed quarterbacks and fleet running backs who… Read more »

Cadet Dolphins Advance in Playoffs

BERLIN- The Berlin Cadet Dolphins this week began their post-season playoff run in much the same way they conducted the regular season, with a workmanlike 14-7 win over rival Snow Hill to remain unbeaten and advance to the Salvation Army “Red Shield League” championship.The Cadet Dolphins finished the regular season last week with a perfect… Read more »

Pocomoke Adds to Growing Legacy

BERLIN- Pocomoke High School’s girls’ varsity field hockey team added to its growing legacy last week, winning its eighth straight state championship and 18th overall for the small, rural school in the south end of Worcester County.The Warriors defeated Patterson Mill, 1-0, last week on a goal by Taylor West with just under 20 minutes… Read more »

Up and Down Week for Mallards

BERLIN- Worcester Prep’s boys’ varsity basketball team had an up-and-down week last week, falling to visiting Holly Grove, 50-39, after winning its first two games of the season.The Mallards fell to Holly Grove, 50-39, last Wednesday for their first loss of the season after two impressive wins. Ryan Nally scored 14 points for Worcester in… Read more »

We Remember Those We Have Lost

Mabel R. Hungerford BERLIN – Mabel R. Hungerford (nee Rennebaum) died on Nov. 22, 2010. Age 88.She was the wife of the late Churchill Hungerford, Jr.; step-mother of Henry Hungerford and the late Churchill Hungerford, III; sister of the late Katherine Fowler, Dorothy Rennebaum, and Leon Rennebaum; aunt of loving niece Joan Sharp and her… Read more »