Randy McRoberts

Writer

Randy McRoberts has been employed in the newspaper business since 1982. He became the Record sports editor in 1989 and Aegis sports editor in 1996. He grew up and still lives in Havre de Grace and covers all high school sports in Harford County and other sports as they relate.

Recent Articles

  • Week two has seven football teams improving to 2-0

    Week two has seven football teams improving to 2-0

    Week two on the high school gridiron proved to be another good one for a majority of Harford County teams. North Harford, Havre de Grace, Fallston, Aberdeen, C. Milton Wright, Harford Tech and John Carroll were all in the win column Friday night. Bel Air will play Charles Flowers today (Saturday)...

  • Aberdeen closes winning season with split at Hudson Valley

    Aberdeen closes winning season with split at Hudson Valley

    The Aberdeen Ironbirds closed out their 2017 New York-Penn League season Thursday with a double-header split at Hudson Valley. The IronBirds (41-34) dropped the opener, 2-1, but battled back to win game two, 10-3. The 41 wins ties the best win total by any previous Aberdeen team. The “BIrds also...

  • North Harford beats Perryville to highlight Thursday golf play

    North Harford beats Perryville to highlight Thursday golf play

    The North Harford Hawks golf team picked up a win Thursday, beating host Perryville, 221-232, over the back nine holes at the Furnace Bay Golf Course. Edgewood also participated, but with one golfer. Play was made more difficult due to soft grounds, a steady breeze and a few tough pin placements....

  • Bel Air, HdG field hockey teams lead Wednesday winners

    Bel Air, HdG field hockey teams lead Wednesday winners

    Steady rain Wednesday put another damper on part of the high school sports schedule, but for those who played, results were good. In the wet conditions, field hockey teams from Bel Air and Havre de Grace both collected wins. Bel Air defeated host Perry Hall, 3-2. Scoring for Bel Air were Peyton...

  • Tuesday rain doesn't stop all athletic events

    Tuesday rain doesn't stop all athletic events

    Tuesday’s late afternoon thunderstorms and rain hampered a number of things, but a few Harford County high school athletic events found enough time to be played. In girls soccer, North Harford won for a third straight time, beating host North East, 2-1. Senior Maddy McKinney tallied the Hawks first...

  • IronBirds see final game, playoff hopes, washed away by rain

    IronBirds see final game, playoff hopes, washed away by rain

    The Aberdeen IronBirds home season and their desire to play in the New York-Penn League’s postseason both came to an end Tuesday night without a single pitch thrown. Late afternoon thunderstorms moved into Leidos Field at Ripken Stadium and the rain stuck around for several hours. The call came...

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