Decatur Wrestlers Strong at Spalding Duals

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity wrestling team turned in a strong performance at the Archbishop Spalding Cavalier Duals last weekend, finishing fourth out of the field of 18 of the top wrestling programs in the region.The Seahawks swept through their early matches to win their pool and advance to the championship round. Decatur beat traditional wrestling… Read more »

Half Marathon Kick-Off Event Planned

BERLIN- With the annual Ocean City Half Marathon coming up again in April, one local team of runners representing an important safety net for Worcester County is already organizing a kick-off party and registration event for the annual race.The Ocean City Half Marathon and associated 5K race is set to return on April 30 with… Read more »

Ocean City to Host Lax Goalie Clinic

OCEAN CITY- The Ocean City Recreation and Parks Department is offering a lacrosse goalie clinic to aspiring young goalkeepers next week.The Recreation and Parks Department is hosting the clinic, directed by Salisbury University men’s lacrosse assistant coach Erik Miller, on January 29. Miller is an SU graduate and was a captain on the school’s first… Read more »

Decatur Girls Fall to Clippers, 62-45

BERLIN- For the better part of three quarters, Stephen Decatur’s 2-8 girls’ varsity basketball team hung with 8-2 Bennett at home on Tuesday before the Clippers started to wear down the Seahawks and pull away.A rough patch in the schedule continued for the Seahawks this week with the 62-45 loss to third-place Bennett, just five… Read more »

Seahawks Clipped by Bennett, 51-43

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s boys’ varsity basketball team could not overcome periods of sloppy play and a couple of big runs by host Bennett on Tuesday, falling to the Clippers, 51-43, after trailing by two with just over a minute remaining.The Seahawks jumped out to an early 10-4 lead, but the Clippers found their groove and… Read more »

OC Rec Basketball Action Continues

OCEAN CITY- The Ocean City Recreation and Parks Department’s boys’ winter 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:(bullet) OC/Berlin Optimists 31- Ravens Roost 17: Thomas Dibuo led the Optimists with 11 points while Brett Berquist and Billy… Read more »

We Remember Those We Have Lost

Edwin F. ClarkSALISBURY – Edwin F. Clark, 80 of Salisbury, passed away on Saturday Jan. 15, 2011 surrounded by family.He was born Aug. 16, 1930, in Euclid, Ohio, the only child of the late Joseph Clark and Anna Wahlstrom Clark.After graduating from Kent State University, he joined Pennzoil Corporation and after a few years moved to… Read more »

Pjs For PJ

Berlin Intermediate School hosted a PJ’s for PJ Day on Friday, Jan. 14.  The children raised $3,000 for The PJ Aldridge Foundation, which seeks to raise awareness of lung cancer and funds to fight it. Above, Aldridge is pictured with Oltveya Mills and Mackenzie Gaynor. Below, Aldridge is with Hayden Zaiser.

Poetry Out Loud

Worcester Prep participants and coaches are pictured at the Poetry Out Loud competition in Worcester County. They are, from left, Conni Hall, Dana Schaefer, Halie Murray-Davis, Alyssa Alicea, Christopher Potvin and Kathleen Otway. Potvin placed first and Murray-Davis, third. They will go on to the regional competition.