Earlier this week, I drove by Thomas Stone to cover a baseball game only to find an empty field, nary a car in sight.

Following a pair of wins against the reigning Atlantic League champion Sugar Land Skeeters and then a double header sweep of the New Britain Bees on Monday, the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs saw their four-game win streak come to a close on Tuesday and another loss was added Wednesday.

Following a superb high school career during her days with the St. Charles High School indoor and outdoor track and field teams, recent Spartans graduate Christina Marion signed her National Letter of Intent to continue her education and track and field days at Towson University.

After spending the two previous seasons as an assistant coach at Thomas Stone High School under former coach Danny Ripple, who earlier stepped down to accept the same role at Southern High School in Anne Arundel County, Huntingtown High School and Salisbury University graduate Riley Cannon w…

Bryan Stow had looked forward to the night of March 31, 2011 when the San Francisco Giants, his favorite baseball team and then the defending World Series champions, were opening their season in Los Angeles against the Dodgers.

During its three games against the Somerset Patriots played during a two-day span on Tuesday and Wednesday, the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs displayed more than a hint of resiliency for a team seeking to escape the cellar of the Atlantic League’s Freedom Division.

On May 8, North Point recognized 12 of its athletes from across seven different sports who signed their letters of intent to play college athletics.

Following a genuinely difficult start to the season in which they plummeted close to 30 games below .500 at one point while losing 12 of 13 games, the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs looked as though they may have finally turned the corner when May ended.