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    • The Lady Scots defeated Calverton 7-1 on October 27 to claim the program's first-ever championship.Photo by Colin A.J. Murphy
      The Lady Scots defeated Calverton 7-1 on October 27 to claim the program's first-ever championship.
    • It didn't matter how many defenders pursued Rockbridge's Mayowa Taiwo; the freshman striker exploded for four goals and an assist in the Scots' historic championship victory.Photo by Colin A.J. Murphy
      It didn't matter how many defenders pursued Rockbridge's Mayowa Taiwo; the freshman striker exploded for four goals and an assist in the Scots' historic championship victory.
    • Rockbridge's Emma Feeney led a suffocating defensive effort that limited Calverton to only three shots.Photo by Colin A.J. Murphy
      Rockbridge's Emma Feeney led a suffocating defensive effort that limited Calverton to only three shots.
    • After scoring the game's opening goal in just the second minute, Mamie August broke away for two goals over a three-minute stretch to open the second half to finish with a hat trick and two assists in the Scots' championship win.Photo by Colin A.J. Murphy
      After scoring the game's opening goal in just the second minute, Mamie August broke away for two goals over a three-minute stretch to open the second half to finish with a hat trick and two assists in the Scots' championship win.
    • The Scots were celebrating goals early and often, and Rockbridge's victory breaks Calverton's vice grip on the league trophy. The Cougars had won six consecutive league championships prior to Monday night's 7-1 defeat.Photo by Colin A.J. Murphy
      The Scots were celebrating goals early and often, and Rockbridge's victory breaks Calverton's vice grip on the league trophy. The Cougars had won six consecutive league championships prior to Monday night's 7-1 defeat.

    Rockbridge Girls Dominate MISAL Final, Win Program’s First ChampionshipExclusive

    By Colin Murphy
    LARGO, MD—The Rockbridge Academy girls soccer players and coaches exuded nothing but confidence prior to the start of Monday night’s Maryland Independent School Athletic League (MISAL) championship game against Calverton at Riverdale Baptist.

    Once on the field, everyone in attendance...

    • Henry Brown (15), Bill Watts (4) and Alec Ruden (85) celebrate Watts' touchdown that gave Broadneck a 14-7 lead in the first quarter. The Bruins scored 35 consecutive points en route to a 42-14 victory to remain undefeated at 8-0.Photo by Colin A.J. Murphy
      Henry Brown (15), Bill Watts (4) and Alec Ruden (85) celebrate Watts' touchdown that gave Broadneck a 14-7 lead in the first quarter. The Bruins scored 35 consecutive points en route to a 42-14 victory to remain undefeated at 8-0.
    • Sophomore Chris Watts reeled in an incredible one-handed touchdown grab in the fourth quarter to put Broadneck up, 42-7. The Bruins went on to defeat previously unbeaten Arundel, 42-14.Photo by Colin A.J. Murphy
      Sophomore Chris Watts reeled in an incredible one-handed touchdown grab in the fourth quarter to put Broadneck up, 42-7. The Bruins went on to defeat previously unbeaten Arundel, 42-14.
    • The Bruins were all smiles following the win.Photo by Colin A.J. Murphy
      The Bruins were all smiles following the win.
    • Bruin nation was out in full force for Broadneck's dominant victory over the Wildcats.Photo by Colin A.J. Murphy
      Bruin nation was out in full force for Broadneck's dominant victory over the Wildcats.

    Broadneck Reaches 8-0 With 42-14 Demolition Of Arundel

    By Luke Jackson
    When Arundel senior quarterback Anthony Messenger hit fellow senior James Taylor for a game-tying 19-yard score against Broadneck early in the first quarter Friday night, it looked like the packed house at Arundel High was in for a stirring back-and-forth affair between two 7-0 teams battling for...
    • Kevin Hines (469) finished first overall to lead the Severna Park boys cross country team to a fourth straight county championship on October 23 at South River High School.Photo by Colin A.J. Murphy
      Kevin Hines (469) finished first overall to lead the Severna Park boys cross country team to a fourth straight county championship on October 23 at South River High School.
    • The Severna Park boys cross country program has won seven of the last eight county championships and notched a perfect score of 15 in sweeping the October 23 championship meet at South River.Photo by Colin A.J. Murphy
      The Severna Park boys cross country program has won seven of the last eight county championships and notched a perfect score of 15 in sweeping the October 23 championship meet at South River.
    • The Falcons clustered at the front of the pack from the race's early moments and never relented, earning the top five finishes and seven of the top 10.Photo by Colin A.J. Murphy
      The Falcons clustered at the front of the pack from the race's early moments and never relented, earning the top five finishes and seven of the top 10.
    • The Falcons clustered at the front of the pack from the race's early moments and never relented, earning the top five finishes and seven of the top 10.Photo by Colin A.J. Murphy
      The Falcons clustered at the front of the pack from the race's early moments and never relented, earning the top five finishes and seven of the top 10.

    Severna Park XC Boys Dominate, Win Fourth Straight County Championship

    By Colin Murphy
    The Severna Park boys cross country team produced the top five runners and seven of the top 10 at the Anne Arundel County championships at South River High School on Thursday afternoon, netting the program’s fourth consecutive county title.

    Falcon senior Kevin Hines was the individual...

    • Broadneck's Tyler Gabarra scored in the tenth minute to give the Bruins a 1-0 lead. The Bruins and Falcons played to a 1-1 draw in a weather-shortened county championship game at Broadneck High School on October 21.Photo by Colin A.J. Murphy
      Broadneck's Tyler Gabarra scored in the tenth minute to give the Bruins a 1-0 lead. The Bruins and Falcons played to a 1-1 draw in a weather-shortened county championship game at Broadneck High School on October 21.
    • Daniel Kwon (center) high-fived teammate Miseker Wingate after taking a pass from Wingate and scoring to even the county championship with rival Broadneck at 1-1 in the first half.Photo by Colin A.J. Murphy
      Daniel Kwon (center) high-fived teammate Miseker Wingate after taking a pass from Wingate and scoring to even the county championship with rival Broadneck at 1-1 in the first half.
    • Severna Park’s Augie Pasquale and Broadneck’s Bryce Ziemer battled for a header in the second half.Photo by Colin A.J. Murphy
      Severna Park’s Augie Pasquale and Broadneck’s Bryce Ziemer battled for a header in the second half.
    • Broadneck’s Kieran Schnell dribbled through a pack of Severna Park defender’s during the October 21 county championship game.Photo by Colin A.J. Murphy
      Broadneck’s Kieran Schnell dribbled through a pack of Severna Park defender’s during the October 21 county championship game.
    • Broadneck’s Bryce Ziemer looked for an open teammate against the defense of Severna Park’s Miseker Wingate.Photo by Colin A.J. Murphy
      Broadneck’s Bryce Ziemer looked for an open teammate against the defense of Severna Park’s Miseker Wingate.
    • Broadneck’s Nate Watkins battled in the air with Severna Park’s Evan Monseu during the teams’ 1-1 tie in the county championship game on October 21.Photo by Colin A.J. Murphy
      Broadneck’s Nate Watkins battled in the air with Severna Park’s Evan Monseu during the teams’ 1-1 tie in the county championship game on October 21.
    • Broadneck's Tyler Gabarra scored in the tenth minute to give the Bruins a 1-0 lead. The Bruins and Falcons played to a 1-1 draw in a weather-shortened county championship game at Broadneck High School on October 21.Photo by Colin A.J. Murphy
      Broadneck's Tyler Gabarra scored in the tenth minute to give the Bruins a 1-0 lead. The Bruins and Falcons played to a 1-1 draw in a weather-shortened county championship game at Broadneck High School on October 21.

    Bruins, Falcons Play To 1-1 Draw In Weather-Shortened County Championship

    By Colin Murphy
    Tuesday’s Anne Arundel County championship game in boys soccer at Broadneck High School had just about everything a fan could ask for.

    Well, except a winner.

    First-half goals by Broadneck’s Tyler Gabarra and Severna Park’s Daniel Kwon highlighted an action-packed contest...



    Bruins Remain Unbeaten With 39-7 Rout Of Southern

    By Luke Jackson
    After a half full of missed opportunities, the Broadneck football team scored 25 unanswered second half points – 22 in the third quarter – en route to a 39-7 victory over Southern on a warm Saturday afternoon in Annapolis on September 27.
    Senior running back Bill Watts keyed the Bruins...






    SP Volleyball Rolls To 5-0 Start

    By Colin Murphy
    Consider this reality from a humble sports photographer’s perspective: if you have no clue where the ball is going to go, you’re going to have a tough time getting the shot.
    So just as the Meade volleyball team lucked into a few points against the mercilessly disguised and...




    Instant Rivalry: Severn, Indian Creek Square Off In Field Hockey For First Time: Leavitt’s Hat Trick Helps Admirals Maintain Pecking Order—For Now

    By Colin Murphy
    After guiding the Indian Creek field hockey team to the semifinals of the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland B Conference playoffs last seasons, Eagles head coach Emily Bartz knew she had to make a change.
    “Historically we’ve always played C Conference teams in the early...
    • Rockbridge Academy’s Jay Wallen battled with a CHEN defender in the middle of the field while defenders Eben Mitchell (21) and Emery Lease (6) backed up the play during the Scots’ 7-2 victory at Arden Park. Photos by Colin A.J. Murphy
      Rockbridge Academy’s Jay Wallen battled with a CHEN defender in the middle of the field while defenders Eben Mitchell (21) and Emery Lease (6) backed up the play during the Scots’ 7-2 victory at Arden Park.
    • Rockbridge’s James Mackes had two goals for the Scots’ in a September 16 win over CHEN. The Scots are 4-1 through September 26 and in pursuit of a second straight league championship.
      Rockbridge’s James Mackes had two goals for the Scots’ in a September 16 win over CHEN. The Scots are 4-1 through September 26 and in pursuit of a second straight league championship.
    • Nifemi Taiwo skied for a header during a 7-2 win over CHEN on September 16. Taiwo scored two goals for the Scots in the victory.
      Nifemi Taiwo skied for a header during a 7-2 win over CHEN on September 16. Taiwo scored two goals for the Scots in the victory.

    Rockbridge Academy Boys Soccer Looking Strong In Bid For Second Straight Title: Lady Scots Sit Atop League, Eye Return To Championship Game

    By Colin Murphy
    Champion of the Maryland Christian Athletic League a season ago, the Rockbridge Academy boys soccer team has gotten off to a strong start in its pursuit of a second straight trophy, going 4-1 through September 26 in the newly formed, 12-team Maryland Independent Athletic Conference.
    On September...





    14U Green Hornets Steamroll GORC, 36-0

    By Colin Murphy
    A dominant all-around display powered the American Division Green Hornets Varsity U football team to a 36-0 win over the Gambrills-Odenton Recreation Council Wildcats at GORC Park on September 27.
    A pair of first-quarter rushing touchdowns by Ethan Paige, a 72-yard touchdown run by Will Sherwood,...
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      U10 Black Mambas
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      U13 Black Thunder

    Mambas, Thunder Win Titles At Chesapeake Kickoff Classic

    By Colin Murphy
    A pair of select girls soccer teams did Severna Park proud early this fall, as both the U10 Black Mambas and U13 Black Thunder won the tournament championship at the Chesapeake Kickoff Classic in Columbia.
    The Black Mambas, manned by Abigail Reed, Ally Keith, Ansley Schumacher, Caroline Peterson,...
    • Michael Morrison carried the ball for the 12U Green Hornets against GORC on September 27. Severna Park defeated the Wildcats 42-6 to remain undefeated at 5-0. Photo by Colin A.J. Murphy
      Michael Morrison carried the ball for the 12U Green Hornets against GORC on September 27. Severna Park defeated the Wildcats 42-6 to remain undefeated at 5-0.

    12U Green Hornets Pummel GORC, Stay Unbeaten At 5-0

    By Colin Murphy
    Fresh off a pair of overtime victories over Upper Queen Anne’s and South River Youth Athletics, the Green Hornets 12U American Division football team improved to 5-0 on the season with a 42-6 thumping of the Gambrills-Odenton Recreational Council Wildcats at GORC Park on September 27.
    A pair...
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  • Falcons Rally, Go All In On 2-Point Try In OT, Fall To Annapolis, 28-27

    By Luke Jackson
    The Severna Park football team recovered from a 14-point halftime deficit against Annapolis to force overtime, but a failed two-point conversion attempt sealed a 28-27 loss for the Falcons Sept. 26 at Old Mill High.
    The Panthers’ Montes Davis caught a 10-yard touchdown, and Mark Bruneman...
  • Leslee Brady Earns 200th Career Victory As Spalding Tops Roland Park 4-0

    By Colin Murphy
    Archbishop Spalding field hockey coach Leslee Brady earned her 200th career victory with a 4-0 decision over Roland Park Country School on September 23.
    Four different players scored and the No. 2 Cavaliers turned in another stellar defensive effort as the Cavaliers improved to 6-1 overall.
    With...





    Cavs Rally, Come Up Short Against Calvert Hall In MIAA Opener

    By Colin Murphy
    The Archbishop Spalding football team needed a few more breaks in its favor in an exciting game against visiting Calvert Hall on September 26, as the Cavaliers rallied from 10 points down in the second half before the Cardinals regained the lead and sealed a 17-10 win in the Maryland...
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    By Jim Adams
    The golf season is winding down, except for the many golfers like me who prefer to play in the fall. We would play if it were at least 40 degrees and no wind.
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    Betty Hallmark Fight The Bite Field Hockey Tournament And Poster Contest To Combat Lyme Disease And Tick-Borne Illnesses
    Severn School will host the Betty Hallmark “Fight the Bite” Lyme disease awareness seven-on-seven field hockey tournament beginning at 9:00am on November 2. The...
  • Severna Park Quick Hits

    By Colin Murphy
    ­­Through September 28, the Severna Park and Broadneck boys soccer teams appear to be on course to meet on October 2 as the county’s top two teams. Daniel Kwon (above) and Severna Park notched a 1-0 win over Chesapeake on September 18 and posted subsequent wins over Meade and Atholton...
    • Michael Morrison carried the ball for the 12U Green Hornets against GORC on September 27. Severna Park defeated the Wildcats 42-6 to remain undefeated at 5-0.Photo by Colin A.J. Murphy
      Michael Morrison carried the ball for the 12U Green Hornets against GORC on September 27. Severna Park defeated the Wildcats 42-6 to remain undefeated at 5-0.

    12U Green Hornets Pummel GORC, Stay Unbeaten At 5-0

    By Colin Murphy
    Fresh off a pair of overtime victories over Upper Queen Anne’s and South River Youth Athletics, the Green Hornets 12U American Division football team improved to 5-0 on the season with a 42-6 thumping of the Gambrills-Odenton Recreational Council Wildcats at GORC Park on September 27.

    A...

    • The U10 Black Mambas won the Chesapeake Kickoff Classic in Columbia and are 3-1-1 in WAGS play this fall.
      The U10 Black Mambas won the Chesapeake Kickoff Classic in Columbia and are 3-1-1 in WAGS play this fall.
    • The U13 Thunder won the Chesapeake Kickoff Classic in Columbia with a 4-0 record at the tournament. The team is undefeated in WAGS play this fall at 3-0.
      The U13 Thunder won the Chesapeake Kickoff Classic in Columbia with a 4-0 record at the tournament. The team is undefeated in WAGS play this fall at 3-0.

    Mambas, Thunder Win Titles At Chesapeake Kickoff Classic

    By Colin Murphy
    A pair of select girls soccer teams did Severna Park proud early this fall, as both the U10 Black Mambas and U13 Black Thunder won the tournament championship at the Chesapeake Kickoff Classic in Columbia.

    The Black Mambas, manned by Abigail Reed, Ally Keith, Ansley Schumacher, Caroline Peterson...

  • Severna Park Sports Briefs

    By Colin Murphy
    Betty Hallmark Fight The Bite Field Hockey Tournament And Poster Contest To Combat Lyme Disease And Tick-Borne Illnesses
    Severn School will host the Betty Hallmark “Fight the Bite” Lyme disease awareness seven-on-seven field hockey tournament beginning at 9:00am on November 2. The...
    • Severna Park field hockey's Lauren Duvall helped the Falcons to a home win over Chesapeake.Photo by Colin A.J. Murphy
      Severna Park field hockey's Lauren Duvall helped the Falcons to a home win over Chesapeake.
    • Daniel Kwon and the Severna Park boys soccer team remain undefeated through October 1 with recent wins over Chesapeake, Atholton, Meade and Old Mill.Photo by Colin A.J. Murphy
      Daniel Kwon and the Severna Park boys soccer team remain undefeated through October 1 with recent wins over Chesapeake, Atholton, Meade and Old Mill.

    Quick Hits: Field Hockey, Boys Soccer

    By Colin Murphy
    The Severna Park field hockey team suffered its first loss in a 3-1 defeat to South River on September 20, which coach Ann Andrews says could ultimately prove to be a good thing. “They need to realize that they can’t think something’s going to be easy,” said Andrews. “...

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