Basketball is a team sport of five people working together to put the ball in the basket to score points, but three county athletes were able to be honored with an individual achievement from last season.

With Maryland public schools closed through at least April 24, Southern Maryland Athletic Conference athletes and coaches from across the landscape are holding out hope that an abbreviated spring season will eventually take place.

For St. Mary’s Ryken second-year wrestling head coach Philip Brown, the 2019-2020 season was a step towards building a winning program for years to come.

Before embarking on a college swimming career at Rochester Institute of Technology this fall, Leonardtown High School senior Zach Claus helped the Raiders claim the Southern Maryland Athletic Conference championship after claiming the top spot in all of his individual events as well as ancho…

On March 7, I left home in the afternoon and drove to Douglass High School in Upper Marlboro to cover Thomas Stone boys basketball in the Class 2A state quarterfinals against the Eagles, then went straight from there to St. Charles High School to see the Spartans defeat Watkins Mill in a 3A …

Runners from across St. Mary’s County ended the winter indoor track and field season on a high note with strong showings in the Class 3A and 4A state championships at the Prince George’s Sports and Learning Complex in Landover on Feb. 18.

Perhaps coming as no surprise to ardent baseball fans across the region, the start of the upcoming Atlantic League of Professional Baseball season has been delayed from its initial scheduled opening day of April 30, so the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs will not take the field until a date is …

After successful careers on the fields at Chopticon High School during the fall sports season, three Chopticon High School athletes have committed to play collegiately in their respective sports.

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