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.

During a season in which they emerged as the genuine Cinderella team during their postseason run, one that has neither ended nor been completed amid the coronavirus pandemic, the Westlake High School girls basketball team is still awaiting its carriage ride to the championship ball.

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 …

During a season in which numerous Southern Maryland Athletic Conference indoor track and field athletes captured state titles and one team garnered a state crown, athletes from across Charles County enjoyed a superb winter season. Now they are waiting patiently for the outdoor season to get …

Last Thursday afternoon when the Westlake High School girls basketball team convened for its final practice before its scheduled Class 2A state semifinal meeting with defending state champion, Pikesville, at Towson University’s SECU Arena, the Wolverines took turns cutting down the net.

On a day that many often consider unlucky, the College of Southern Maryland softball proved proved fortunate in numerous ways on Friday the 13th when the Hawks coasted to a sweep of visiting Garrett College by identical 19-0 scores in five innings in a Maryland Junior College Athletic Confer…

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