Monday night’s boys basketball game at Thomas Stone High School featured a rematch of last season’s Southern Maryland Athletic Conference championship contest as Great Mills was looking for some revenge this time around against the Cougars.
Karon Starks may only be 10 years old, but he is already making a name for himself and is helping lead his youth football team to compete for a national championship.
Inside the warm confines of the Edward T. Hall Aquatic Center in Prince Frederick each weeknight, the quartet of teams from across Calvert County that compete in the Southern Maryland Athletic Conference often find the lanes crowded with neighborly rivals.
Last February, in the Class 3A South Region duals tournament for the second straight year, the Great Mills Hornets were denied in their quest to wrestle for a state duals championship, falling to the Northern Patriots in the semifinals.
Following an extended drive to Buffalo, New York, which lasted upwards of 10 hours for some of the players and parents, the Southern Maryland Sabres 8-and-Under A squad prevailed in a three-day tournament last month that consisted of four games against Canadian teams.
The St. Mary’s College of Maryland men’s basketball team started two freshmen and a sophomore in Wednesday night’s home contest versus the visiting Hampden-Sydney Tigers at the Michael P. O’Brien Athletics and Recreation Center in St. Mary’s City.
St. Mary's College of Maryland head women's basketball coach C.K. Calhoun is "on leave" per a statement released by the school. Assistant men's basketball coach Matt Howerton is serving as the team's interim coach.
Chopticon girls basketball head coach Joe Cook enters his eighth year at the helm of the Braves, but the 2018-2019 All-County Coach of the Year will face a new challenge this season.
This year, the sailing clubs at Great Mills and Leonardtown high schools represented St. Mary’s County and Southern Maryland well at the Mid-Atlantic Scholastic Sailing Association Fleet and Team championship regattas.
This winter, fans of Great Mills boys basketball team who flock to the Hornets Nest will get to see many new faces compete out on the court as the Hornets are a team that will feature just four returning players.
In a pair of games that had very little in common other than the end result, the College of Southern Maryland men’s and women’s basketball teams swept Prince George’s Community College in a doubleheader on Tuesday evening.
Two Leonardtown High School seniors inked their letters of intent on Nov. 20 to play their respective sports in college, and still have one spring season of high school athletics to look forward to.
In a pair of Southern Maryland Athletic Conference senior all-star games played last week in varying venues in two adjacent counties, coaches and players for field hockey and volleyball enjoyed one final contest amid familiar faces.
On the heels of a perfect run through the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association regular season and playoffs, the Bowie State University football team looked to carry that momentum into Saturday’s NCAA Division II first round contest against Carson-Newman University of Tennessee.
While the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs 2019 season may not have gone according to plan and ended well shy of a postseason berth in the Atlantic League, the squad announced its annual award winners last week.
The LaserPerformance Men’s and Women’s Singlehanded National Championships, co-hosted by Santa Barbara Yacht Club and the University of California Santa Barbara, wrapped up on Nov. 10 and St. Mary’s College of Maryland sophomore Leo Boucher, from West River, Maryland, claimed the men’s championship.
St. Mary's Ryken football scored 17 unanswered points to beat Archbishop Carroll of Washington, D.C. and claim the program's second straight Washington Catholic Athletic Conference Metro Division championship.
Perhaps it would seem only fitting that Tuesday night’s contest between the College of Southern Maryland women’s basketball team and visiting Community College of Philadelphia, rescheduled from two weeks earlier, would begin somewhat belatedly as the visitors made a tardy arrival in La Plata.