Mid-Atlantic $500,000

Scenes like this one on the docks at Sunset Marina in West Ocean City were common during the first three days of the Mid-Atlantic $500,000 with a handful of near-misses in the white marlin category brought to the scales. With the weather expected to take a turn for the better today, the action in the… Read more »

Poor Girls Open Underway in Resort

OCEAN CITY – The 14th Annual Captain Steve Harman Poor Girls’ Open is right around the corner. Beginning on Thursday, Aug. 16 at Bahia Marina, over 100 boats with up to 500 lady anglers will compete for bragging rights with all of the proceeds from the tournament going to the American Cancer Society for breast… Read more »

MA500 to Have Strong OC Presence

OCEAN CITY- The resort area’s collective hangover from last week’s White Marlin Open has just about worn off in time for the next big event on the summer sportfishing calendar- the Mid-Atlantic $500,000, a Cape May, N.J.-based tournament that will again have a strong presence in Ocean City again this year.Now in its 16th year,… Read more »

Rommel’s Takes OC Soccer Title

OCEAN CITY- Rommel’s Ace Hardware captured the Ocean City Recreation and Parks Department’s adult summer soccer league title last week, routing the Greene Turtle, 8-0, in the championship game.Rommel’s, which won the regular season championship with a 9-2 record, took care of business against the Turtle in the title game, scoring two goals in the… Read more »

Ocean Air Tops Phillips South for Co-Ed Title

OCEAN CITY- Ocean Air’s co-ed undefeated softball team completed its perfect season this week, beating Phillips South, 11-4, in the championship game of the Ocean City Recreation and Parks Department’s summer-long co-ed softball league’s playoffs.Ocean Air ran the table in the regular season, compiling an impressive 13-0 record. The team then swept through the playoffs… Read more »

Worcester Prep Lacrosse Camp

Several former Worcester Prep lacrosse players returned to their alma mater this summer to contribute their combined talent, skill and experience to the school’s summer lacrosse camp. Pictured above, left to right: WPS junior varsity coach Jim Schreeve; Travis Gregory, Class of 2007, Haverford College; Matt Heiderman, Class of 2005, Georgetown; Chris Mancini, Class of… Read more »

Lower Shore Team Excels At Special Olympics

BERLIN – A group of special and talented athletes from in and around the resort area last week traveled to St. Mary’s College in Southern Maryland for the 25th Annual Maryland Special Olympics Sailing and Kayaking Regatta and returned with a bunch of medals including five gold, three silver and four bronze.For 11 years, the… Read more »

Whigham Moves Up To Higher League

BERLIN- Former Stephen Decatur High School pitching standout David Whigham, who two weeks ago became what is believed to be the first ever from the Berlin school to sign a professional baseball contract, got promoted to a higher league last week and will now have the opportunity to show off his stuff before even more… Read more »

Betts Named Academic All-American

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur High School’s outstanding former scholar-athletes continued to pile up more accolades this week when 2006 graduate and girls’ golf standout Chelsea Betts was named an Academic All-American by the National Golf Coaches Association for the 2006-2007 season.Betts, now a rising sophomore at High Point University in High Point, N.C. was one just… Read more »