High School Football

  • South River runs past Glen Burnie, 40-0

    South River runs past Glen Burnie, 40-0

    The conditions Friday and Saturday were just perfect for South River’s running game. Playing in rainy conditions both nights, the Seahawks used their dangerous rushing attack to defeat Glen Burnie, 40-0, in a game that began Friday night and was suspended to 24 hours later. Joe Foy and Nate Carbaugh...

  • Football roundup: Young leads Chesapeake over Severna Park

    Football roundup: Young leads Chesapeake over Severna Park

    Dylan Young competed 10 of 19 pass attempts for 278 yards, including an 80-yard score to receiver Russell Tongue, to lead Chesapeake to a 21-10 victory over Severna Park on Saturday. Khalil Gary rushed for two touchdowns for Chesapeake (2-0). Jerry Jennings led the Falcons with six receptions for...

  • Field hockey roundup: Miller helps Severna Park down Spalding

    Field hockey roundup: Miller helps Severna Park down Spalding

    Alex Miller had a goal and an assist to lead the Severna Park field hockey team to a 3-1 victory over Spalding on Saturday at the Cougar Invitational at Chesapeake. Caroline Welle and Holly McNeilly scored a goal apiece, Kate Bray and Lila Slattery notched assists and Anna Grace Keller made seven...

  • Southern captures Lions Cup title

    Southern captures Lions Cup title

    Matt Smith, Andrew Simpson and Jeff Griener scored goals to lead Southern to a 3-2 victory over Old Mill to win the Lions Cup at Queen Anne’s High on Saturday. Earlier Saturday, the Bulldogs defeated the host Lions, 5-1. Gavin Kinch scored two goals and Avery Bush, Ryan Fuss and Matt Smith scored...

  • Carroll Varsity Roundup: Liberty halts Walkersville's win streak

    Carroll Varsity Roundup: Liberty halts Walkersville's win streak

    Liberty faced Walkersville on Saturday afternoon at Oakdale High School, and the Lions of Carroll County put forth an impressive effort to end an impressive winning streak. A big first half and a defensive shutout powered Liberty to a 17-0 win. The Lions of Frederick County had won 24 regular-season...

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