Decatur Field Hockey Gets Tough Draw

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity field hockey team this week drew a number-eight seed in the Class 3A-South region tournament and will face top-seeded Great Mills of St. Mary’s County in the opening round of the playoffs if the weather ever cooperates.The Seahawks finished the regular season with a 4-7-1 record and earned the eighth seed… Read more »

Decatur, Gebhart Score Well at States

COLLEGE PARK- Stephen Decatur’s Kyle Gebhart came within one stroke of winning a state championship on Wednesday at the University of Maryland course in College Park, but a bogey on the 18th hole kept him from participating in what would have been a three-way playoff for the title.If nothing else, Gebhart was the model of… Read more »

King Leads Seahawks’ Dramatic Comeback

BERLIN- The Berlin Pop Warner Seahawks took two important games from the Cape Sharks in Lewes last weekend with the mighty-mites rolling to a 20-0 win and the Pee Wees winning a 34-18 thriller with three touchdowns in the last three minutes of the game.In the Pee Wee game, Cape scored on its first possession… Read more »

Seahawk Girls Earn Four-Seed

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s girl’s varsity soccer team will hope to ride the momentum of a five-game winning streak into tonight’s post-season opener against Atholton in the first round of the Class 3A-East playoffs.The Seahawks finished the regular season last Thursday with a stunning 3-2 win over Queen Anne’s for their fifth straight win and sixth… Read more »

Decatur Boys Open States on Road

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s men’s varsity soccer team will enter a brave, new world tonight when they hit the road to face Northeast High of Anne Arundel county in its first-ever Class 3A-East playoff game.Like all of the other Decatur sports teams, the Seahawks are playing in a new division in the post season thanks to… Read more »

Mallards Win ESIAC Regular Season Title

BERLIN- Worcester Prep’s men’s soccer team clinched the Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Conference (ESIAC) regular season title last week with a win over rival Salisbury School in double-overtime, but the suddenly wet weather has kept the Mallards from celebrating what could be another conference tournament championship.Worcester faced old rival Salisbury School in season finale last… Read more »

Berlin Wins One, Drops Two

BERLIN- The Berlin Pop Warner football program had an up-and-down day last weekend, winning one game against Smyrna and dropping two on a busy day for the Seahawks.In Berlin’s midget division game, the Seahawks were eliminated from post-season play, falling to Smyrna, 20-6, after taking a lead. Smyrna was knocking on the door as time… Read more »