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  • Postscript from Stevenson at Salisbury

    Defenseman Andrew Sellers and goalkeeper Alex Taylor were unified in their assessment that Salisbury’s offense deserves every inch of print and every second of the highlight reel as that unit is tops in Division III. The Sea Gulls defense is not...
  • Bits & Pieces: HCC honors its top athletes at annual awards banquet

    I have attended dozens of athletic banquets in my days, but I have never been around a more boisterous and fun-loving group than the athletes at Howard Community College. The enormous successes that these athletes are enjoying, and will continue to...
  • Salisbury's Ryan Clarke drawing opponents' attention lately

    Playing on a starting midfield that is headlined by Division III’s Outstanding Player of the Year in Sam Bradman, junior Ryan Clarke might have figured that he’d be able to fly under the radar. But despite Bradman ranking second on...
  • SUNY-Cortland vs. Salisbury: Three things to watch

    SUNY-Cortland vs. Salisbury: Three things to watch
    These teams have split the previous 10 meetings, but Salisbury has won the last three contests. They’ve met five times in the NCAA tournament, and the Sea Gulls are 3-2, including 2-1 in the title game. SUNY-Cortland (21-0) is making its seventh...
  • Postscript from SUNY-Cortland vs. Salisbury

    Salisbury’s run to Sunday’s 14-10 victory over SUNY-Cortland in the NCAA tournament final at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass., and the program’s 10th national championship was fueled by senior midfielder Sam Bradman’s six-...
  • Mount St. Joseph relies on fundamentals to put away Glenelg Country, 57-41

    Mount St. Joseph relies on fundamentals to put away Glenelg Country, 57-41
    The Mount St. Joseph basketball team has a number of constants to fall back on when its offense is out of sorts. The No. 2 Gaels rebound well, hit most of their free throws and make opponents work hard for their points. Sluggish on offense in the...
  • Review & preview: Salisbury

    Review & preview: Salisbury
    Here is the eighth and final installment of a series that checks in with the eight Division III programs in the state to give a glimpse into the past and the future. Teams are scheduled to appear according to the chronological order in which their seasons...
  • College sports: Men's and women's cross country finish in top 10 in the nation

    College sports: Men's and women's cross country finish in top 10 in the nation
    Howard Community College competed in the NJCAA Division III National Cross Country Championships last weekend at Holyoke Community College in Westfield, Mass. The men's and women's team went in unranked in the polls, but the men finished seventh and...
  • Girls basketball: Oakland Mills wins own tournament; River Hill wins Mardela tournament

    Girls basketball: Oakland Mills wins own tournament; River Hill wins Mardela tournament
    Jasmine Hill had 28 points and 17 rebounds as Oakland Mills defeated Westminster, 76-56, Thursday night to repeat as champions of the tournament the school hosts. The Scorpions set a first half tempo that made it hard for Westminster to keep up. "They...
  • JV sports: The first step in high school athletics

    JV sports: The first step in high school athletics
    The first couple years of high school are often ones of transition — a chance to learn new skills and meet new people. It's a time for change and a time for growth. And for junior varsity athletes, it's the opportunity to lay the foundation for...
  • Boys basketball preview: Bottoms up

    Boys basketball preview: Bottoms up
    The trend officially started four years ago. A Marriotts Ridge squad that had finished 10th in the county with a 4-14 league record during the 2006-2007 season came back the following year to finish alone in third with a county mark of 15-3. It was...
  • Girls basketball preview: Ready for a fresh start

    Girls basketball preview: Ready for a fresh start
    This may be the Chinese Year of the Rabbit, but in Howard County girls basketball, it could be considered the Year of the Freshman. Nearly every varsity team has at least one freshman on its squad. Glenelg Country School and Chapelgate, which don't have...