Pines Swimmers Continue Recent Success

Pines Swimmers Continue Recent Success

OCEAN PINES- Fourteen swimmers represented Ocean Pines Swim Team (OPST) Hammerheads at the 2019 Maryland B Championship Meet held last weekend at UMBC.Swimmers Hannah Allam, Meghan Bean, Ian Betterson, Emma Coyman, Zarek Coyman, Haris Gjikuria, Jake Harner, Addy McDaniel, Laney McDaniel, Amanda Nicastro, Ashleigh Noonan, Kaolin Riser, Matt St. Pierre, and Sonny St. Pierre all… Read more »

Mallards Seek Seventh Straight Title

BERLIN- Worcester Prep’s girls’ varsity lacrosse team will be seeking its seventh straight Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Conference (ESIAC) championship when it kicks off the season next week and appears to have the talent to pull off the remarkable feat.The Mallards went 13-3 last year and captured the ESIAC title for the sixth straight year… Read more »

New Lax Coach Takes Helm At Decatur

BERLIN- When Stephen Decatur’s boys’ varsity lacrosse team takes the field against Delmar on Friday, there will be new head coach at the helm for the first time in several years.Merle “Hoffy” Hoffman takes over as boys’ varsity lacrosse coach at Decatur this season after long-time coach Scott Lathroum stepped down following the 2018 season…. Read more »

Worcester Prep Doles Out Post-Season Awards

Worcester Prep Doles Out Post-Season Awards

BERLIN- Worcester Prep’s upper school last week handed out post-season awards after highly-successful 2018-2019 campaigns.For the Mallards’ boys’ varsity basketball team, Colin Miller was named Most Valuable Player, Cole Berry was honored with the Coach’s Award, while Alec Dembeck was named most improved. Connor Carpenter was named most valuable player for the boys’ junior varsity… Read more »

Mallards Outlast Sabres In Season Opener

BERLIN- With a new head coach at the helm, Worcester Prep’s boys’ varsity lacrosse team opened the 2019 season with an 8-5 over old rival Saints Peter and Paul on the road on Tuesday.The Mallards opened the season with a gutty 8-5 win over Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Conference (ESIAC) rival Saints Peter and Paul… Read more »

Seahawks Celebrate With Awards Banquet

BERLIN- After what can only be described as a remarkable season this year, Stephen Decatur’s varsity wrestling team took time last weekend to relish the favorite moments and dole out some post-season team awards.There was little the Seahawks did not accomplish this season. Decatur went undefeated in conference meets and handily won the Bayside Conference… Read more »

Pines Swimmers Set Records In State Meet

Pines Swimmers Set Records In State Meet

OCEAN PINES- Seven swimmers represented the Ocean Pines Swim Team (OPST) at the 2019 Maryland LSC Junior Championship Meet last weekend at St. Mary’s College of Maryland.Natalie Canham, Adam Diehl, Nate Fink, Daniel Karcheuski, Ashley Marcum, Katie Marcum and Gavin Stearn all achieved qualifying times to compete at this meet during the USA Swimming short… Read more »

Bayside South Post-Season Honors Announced

BERLIN- The Bayside South conference this week released its post-season basketball awards and Decatur was represented on both the boys’ and girls’ teams.For the boys, Churchill Bounds was named to the Bayside South All-Conference Second Team. Named to the All-Conference honorable mention team were Brett Berquist, London Drummond, Drew Haueisen and Theo Hobbs. For the… Read more »

Decatur Boys Drop Out Of Regionals

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s boys’ varsity basketball team’s season came to a close this week with a 65-46 loss to Northeast in the state 3A-East region tournament.The Seahawks were up and down all year, but they finished strong at 12-10 and earned the number-two seed in the 3A-East Section II bracket and a home game against… Read more »

Seahawks Fall To Chesapeake, 69-42

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s girls’ varsity basketball team fell to host Chesapeake-Anne Arundel, 69-42, on Tuesday to bow out of the state 3A-East region championships.The Seahawks fell behind early and trailed 38-24 at the half on the road. Chesapeake expanded its lead throughout the second half and pulled away for the 69-42 win. The loss did… Read more »