• By MICHAEL REID mreid@somdnews.com

With colder weather hitting Southern Maryland, swimming might be the last thing on someone's mind, but it is first and foremost on the minds for the St. Mary's College of Maryland Seahawks as it looks for success in the 2017-18 season.

  • By TED BLACK tblack@somdnews.com

In a bout that would catapult the winner into a fight with Amir Imam for the vacant World Boxing Council junior welterweight title, Waldorf native Mike “Yes Indeed” Reed suffered the first setback of his professional boxing career when he was a second-round technical knockout victim of unbea…

  • By TED BLACK tblack@somdnews.com

When the College of Southern Maryland fall sports put the finishing touches on their most recent campaign, the quartet of Hawks squads may not have been able to boast of a Region XX title but their respective coaches all deemed the seasons successful to a certain extent.

  • By TED BLACK tblack@somdnews.com

In the grand scheme of things, the fall sports teams at the St. Mary’s College of Maryland had markedly mixed results during their attempts to attain Capital Athletic Conference titles, but at least one of them is primed to be in contention for several years to come.

  • By MICHAEL REID mreid@somdnews.com

Though his team had just fallen 27-18 to visiting Glenelg of Howard County in the Class 2A South Region championship game Friday, Thomas Stone head coach Danny Ripple was already looking toward the future.

  • By TED BLACK tblack@somdnews.com

ANNAPOLIS — On a night when it trailed host Broadneck High School for less than one minute, the North Point High School football team scored 24 consecutive points at one stretch combining the third and fourth quarters to forge a 38-22 victory over the Bruins on Friday evening for the Eagles’…

  • By AJ MASON ajmason@somdnews.com

For more than a year — ever since it was announced that Lackey and Frederick Douglass of Prince George’s County would reclassify from 2A to 1A — many predicted that the two schools would possibly face off in the regional championship football game.

  • By TED BLACK tblack@somdnews.com

One year after they had dramatically different endings to their respective 2016-17 campaigns, the College of Southern Maryland men’s basketball and women’s basketball teams have kicked off their current seasons seeking to attain the same goal in March.

  • By ANDY STATES astates@somdnews.com

Heading into the final week of the regular season, nothing was assured for the Thomas Stone Cougars other than if they won their regular season finale they would earn a spot in this year’s football playoff field in the Class 2A South Region.