In one of the few contests this fall when the visiting head coach had less time to travel to an opponent than many of the players on the host team, the St. Charles High School football team upended visiting McDonough, 24-0, in a Southern Maryland Athletic Conference crossover clash on Thursday.

The Lackey Chargers were able to earn a 34-7 road win at Chopticon on Friday night in a Southern Maryland Athletic Conference crossover game despite turning the ball over four times.

When the 2019 Atlantic League season for the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs ends, whether that includes a spot in the playoffs or not, one thing that will not be forgotten is how much the team continues to fight and play hard night after night.

One year after it had to climb through the losers’ bracket to capture the Coors Charles-St. Mary’s Baseball League championship, Western Charles is in the driver’s seat in its bid to repeat this summer.

On a night when the visiting Leonardtown High School girls soccer team appeared to control possessions, especially late in the second half, it was North Point which benefited from two stellar set pieces to earn an emotional 2-1 victory in the season opener for both Southern Maryland Athletic…

Under first-year head coach Fieldon Haun, the Great Mills Hornets boys soccer team came out and took care of business over the visiting Westlake Wolverines, shutting out the visitors by a final score of 11-0 in a Southern Maryland Athletic Conference crossover matchup.

The Southern Maryland Blue Crabs are running out of games to play in the 2019 Atlantic League baseball season. The team’s chances to make the playoffs are running out as well.

In the moments following Huntingtown’s 45-6 season-opening win at Thomas Stone on Friday night, Jack Rosnage reflected on the job he and his teammates did on the defensive side of the ball.

BRANDYWINE — During his first season as the head coach of the St. Charles High School football team last fall, Patrick Orndoff became accustomed to watching his Spartans win more than their fair share of close games.

Southern Maryland Blue Crabs manager Stan Cliburn said Sunday night after losing three of four games to the York Revolution at Regency Furniture Stadium in Waldorf that his club needs to win three of four over the next five series for a shot at the Atlantic League playoffs.

Two years after narrowly missing the Class 2A South Region playoffs, the La Plata football team will head into the 2019 campaign with ample optimism that it can earn a postseason berth in the expanded playoff format this fall.