July 25, 2014Sports
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By Colin MurphyThe Severna Park Fury U14 boys soccer team followed a successful spring season by going 4-0 and winning the top flight of the Kirkwood Premier Boys Tournament championship in Kirkwood, Delaware, over the weekend of June 14-15.
In four games in the Gold flight of the tournament, the Fury had six...
By Colin MurphyNate Zollinger’s trophy collection is growing at a rapid pace.
Zollinger, 7, a resident of Millersville and student at Glen Burnie Park Elementary School, has excelled on the local, regional and national BMX racing circuit this summer.
Over the weekend of June 6-8, Zollinger took home first...
By Colin MurphyIt has been a fantastic season so far for the 11U Severna Park Green Hornets select baseball team.
At 23-1 in the Mid-Atlantic Baseball Association and 32-5 overall, the Green Hornets won the regular-season league title and have been dominant throughout the spring and summer.
Severna Park has...
By Colin MurphyIn only the second year of Old Mill Youth Association lacrosse, the Patriots’ Junior C girls lacrosse team earned the organization a county championship.
The Old Mill Junior C girls captured the title on June 18 at Northeast High School, defeating the Green Hornets Landsharks, 10-9.
By Colin MurphyThe Integrity Lacrosse 2019 Green girls lacrosse team put forth a dominant performance at the Rock the Fields tournament in Bel Air in mid-June, going 8-0 over the two-day event and winning the tournament championship.
The Integrity girls topped a field of 54 teams in winning the tournament title...
By ProvidedThe Severna Park U16 Tsunami girls soccer team won the Columbia Invitational Tournament over Memorial Day Weekend. The Tsunami are Maddie Schreimreif, Lily Streaker, Lauren McDermott, Carson Gregg, Ola Piasecki, Taylor Courtney, Megan Duffy, Bella Schenk, Molly Derlink, Ryan Hussey, Maura Booz,...
By ProvidedOn June 21 in front of Ocean City’s famous boardwalk, the Severna Park U11 Vipers boys soccer team went 4-0 to capture the team’s third consecutive Beach 5 Sand Soccer Series Tournament championship. The Vipers’ title run was complete with a come-from-behind, 3-2 victory over...
By Colin MurphyIt was a successful first season for the Green Hornets 2nd-grade boys select lacrosse team. At 8-2 in regular-season play in the Anne Arundel County Rake League, the Green Hornets not only excelled in competition but also learned the value of dedicated practice, commitment to the team and...
By Colin MurphyOn June 8 at Garrison Forest School in Baltimore, the SPark field hockey U16s completed an undefeated, 10-0-2 season to finish tied for first in the table in the inaugural season of Junior Premier Outdoor League.
The JPOL, sanctioned by USA Field Hockey, was formed this season to meet the need for...
By Colin MurphyMerely participating in the Great Chesapeake Bay Swim is an accomplishment in itself, but recent Broadneck graduate and 12-year SPY swimmer Alden Bauman and her family have put a lasting mark on the annual race.
Bauman, 18, was the second overall female finisher in this year’s 4.4-mile race...
By Colin MurphyThe CFR Squeeze, an 18U fastpitch softball team comprised of players from Severna Park, Broadneck, Meade and Howard, won the United States Specialty Sports Association (USSSA) Maryland/Delaware C State Tournament, held in Laurel and Columbia on June 21 and 22.
In three playoff games, the Squeeze,...
By Colin MurphyOn June 18, Severna Park High School announced David Earl as the new head coach of the boys lacrosse team at Severna Park High School.
“SPHS is pleased to have Mr. Earl join the proud tradition of excellence at SPHS as the newly named head coach for boys lacrosse,” Severna Park High...
By Colin MurphyOn June 1, the Severna Park U8 Phantoms girls soccer team defeated Bowie, 1-0, at North Oak Field to cap an undefeated, untied spring season and claim the league championship at 8-0.
The Phantoms, comprised of Francesca Dunoyer, Chelsea Wood, Caitlyn Boucher, Carly Herrin, Ryn Feemster, Chloe...
By ProvidedThe Greater Severna Park Athletic Association (Green Hornets) will hold tryouts for the 2015 13U select, travel and tournament baseball teams at Kinder Farm Park at the following dates and times:
Saturday, July 26, 9:00am–12:00pm
Sunday, July 27, 5–8:00pm
Monday, July 28, 6–8:...
By Colin MurphySeverna Park United U9 boys soccer team completed its first year of competition with a championship in the Adidas Washington Gateway Classic tournament in Olney, Maryland on June 14 and 15. The team withstood three penalty kicks in the championship game to come away with the title and a perfect 4-0...
By Zach SparksWhile the construction of the new Severna Park High School spelled the end of the current site of Roberts Field and the stadium bleachers this month, the construction of the new turf field at Kinder Park will usher in a new era of athletics in the community. The new turf at Kinder Park will be...
- Photos by Zach SparksThe new turf at Kinder Park will be ready for use in mid-July, and field use will be in full swing by the beginning of the fall sports season in August.
- The new turf at Kinder Park will be ready for use in mid-July, and field use will be in full swing by the beginning of the fall sports season in August.
- The construction of the new Severna Park High School spelled the end of the current site of Roberts Field and the stadium bleachers this month.
- Photos by Zach Sparks
By ProvidedThe summer’s first river swim meet for the Severn River Swim Association was held at Round Bay on June 21, and many youth swimmers from Ben Oaks, Round Bay, Sherwood Forest, Epping Forest, Linstead and Olde Severna Park had event-winning performances to kick off the season.
By Colin MurphySpoken from smiling, laughing faces, the voices of the Severna Park girls lacrosse players following the team’s 15-5 defeat of Catonsville in the 4A/3A state final at UMBC on May 21 conveyed the exuberance of a group that took firm control of its destiny and rode it to the exact end they...
- Photo by Colin A.J. MurphyThe Severna Park girls lacrosse team defeated Catonsville 15-5 at UMBC on May 21 to win the program's 12th state championship.
- Photo by Colin A.J. Murphy
By Luke JacksonOn May 18, As Aaron Barclay stepped to the plate in the third inning with two runners on and just one out, he had an opportunity to give the Archbishop Spalding baseball team some breathing room in its quest to capture its first Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference title since...
- Photo by Luke JacksonThe Archbishop Spalding baseball team defeated Calvert Hall 5-2 on May 18 to win the program's second MIAA A Conference title.
- Photo by Luke Jackson
By Colin MurphyIn their first year competing in the combined Anne Arundel County-Howard County league, commonly referred to as the HOCO league and offering a high level of competition, the U9 select Green Hornets boys lacrosse team had a successful year, going 5-3 overall and reaching the league championship game...
By Colin MurphyOn May 14, the Archbishop Spalding rugby team defeated Loyola Blakefield, 19-5, at Archbishop Spalding High School to win the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association championship for the second time in three years.
The MIAA final was a rematch of last year’s final, in which Loyola...