Three Teams Share Flag League Lead

OCEAN CITY- The Ocean City Recreation and Parks Department’s Fall Flag Football League standings grew tighter this week with three teams now sharing the lead.Buxy’s Salty Dog, FOP Lodge 10 and the Eastside Mafia are all bunched at the top of the standings with identical 5-2 records, with Kirby’s Red Onion just a half game… Read more »

Last Fall Clinic for Coastal Lax Club

WEST OCEAN CITY- The Coastal Lacrosse Club is hosting its third and final free clinics for young players this Sunday, November 6, at the club’s practice facility on Route 611 in West Ocean City.The club will host the third of three free clinics for children ages 6-14 this fall on Sunday. Experience is not necessary… Read more »

Mallards Win 3rd Straight Title

BERLIN- Worcester Prep’s boys’ varsity soccer team won its third straight Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Conference (ESIAC) tournament championship last week, beating Salisbury Christian, 1-0, in the title game, but it certainly wasn’t easy.In the conference semifinals last Wednesday, the Mallards beat Salisbury School, 1-0, in double overtime on a goal by Matteo Petrara with… Read more »

Worcester Girls Drop Heartbreaker

BERLIN- Worcester Prep’s girls’ varsity soccer team lost a heartbreaker last week, falling to Saints Peter and Paul on penalty kicks in the Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Conference (ESIAC) tournament final.The Mallards beat Salisbury Christian, 6-2, in the ESIAC semifinals last Wednesday to advance to the championship game. Lillian DiNardo led Worcester with three goals,… Read more »

Seaside 10 a Big Hit Despite Conditions

OCEAN CITY- Despite the wind and rain that accompanied the Nor’Easter that blew through the area last weekend, nearly 500 runners turned out for the annual Seaside 10 and 5K last weekend in Ocean City.The Seaside 10 included 250 runners in less than ideal conditions, many of whom were in costume for Halloween. For the… Read more »

Seahawks Scalped by Indians, 37-7

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity football team fell to Wicomico, 37-7, last week, putting a dent in the late season playoff push, but it appears the Seahawks control their own post-season destiny with one game to go.Wicomico (8-1) took an early 7-0 lead on Decatur, but the Seahawks tied the game a short time later on… Read more »

Seahawks Cruise Past River Hill, 3-0

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s boys’ varsity soccer team beat visiting River Hill, 3-0, on Tuesday to advance in the state Class 3A-East region tournament.The Seahawks, fresh off their first Bayside Conference title in 10 years, turned in a workman-like effort in the second round of the 3A-East region tournament on Tuesday, dispatching River Hill, 3-0, to… Read more »

Seahawks Finish 2nd in Conference Meet

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity cross-country teams made a strong showing in the Bayside Conference championship meet last week with both the boys and girls teams finishing second in their respective divisions.On the boys’ side, the Seahawks finished with 89 points, second only to Kent Island, which finished with 47. Ben Rakowski was Decatur’s top finisher… Read more »

Decatur Seeded Third in 3A-East

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity volleyball team was rewarded for another successful season this week with a number-three seed in the state Class 3A-East region tournament.The Seahawks, who finished the regular season with an impressive 12-3, record earned a number-three seed and a first-round bye, and will host the winner of the first round matchup between… Read more »

Tough Guy Of The Week

Tough Guy Of The Week

This week’s Atlantic Physical Therapy “Tough Guy of the Week” award went to James Mapp, who turned in a stellar performance during the Seahawks’ 42-6 win over North Caroline. Pictured above is Mapp (center) flanked by Coach Bob Knox (left) and ATP President Bob Hammond (right) with son Matthew.Submitted photo