When longtime hockey coach, player and enthusiast Chris Palombi set out to start an ice hockey team at St. Mary’s Ryken High School this past fall, he didn’t expect that a large number of the interested students would be girls.
With their game hanging in the balance in the closing minutes at Huntingtown on Friday night, Calvert head boys basketball coach Jeremy Kurutz was trying to figure out what move he needed to make to seal what would be an important road win for his team.
Following a pair of difficult seasons on the field, the College of Southern Maryland named Molly O’Friel as the head coach of the school’s women’s lacrosse team, the squad’s third coach since the outset of last season.
Great Mills boys basketball head coach Jeff Burrell knows as the middle of January approaches, each game becomes that much more important for everyone in the Southern Maryland Athletic Conference.
After Patuxent’s BJ Parker knocked down a three-pointer with 4 minutes 25 seconds remaining in the third quarter on Friday night, the Panthers led their visitors — county rival Calvert — 38-30.
Blake Jury loves to wrestle. So when the St. Mary’s Ryken junior saw that he’d be receiving a first-round bye at the Patriot Classic tournament at Northern High School this past Friday and Saturday, it didn’t exactly make him happy.
The atmosphere in the Huntingtown gym for Friday night’s Southern Maryland Athletic Conference Chesapeake Division girls basketball game against Leonardtown was intense as both teams played hard down to the very last minute, but the neck-and-neck contest went in favor of the Raiders, 57-47.
The Huntingtown Hurricanes swim teams continued their success in the pool on Monday night with wins by its boys and girls over the Great Mills Hornets at the St. Mary’s College of Maryland Aquatic Center in a Southern Maryland Athletic Conference meet between two Chesapeake Division schools.
UPPER MARLBORO — Southern Maryland Athletic Conference athletes who ventured to the Prince George’s Sports and Learning Complex on Saturday for the Southern Maryland Indoor Track Classic were able to face numerous familiar foes and a good blend of different ones as individual performances tr…
Numerous boys and girls basketball teams in Calvert, Charles, and St. Mary’s counties were busy during the holiday recess competing in holiday tournaments across the state.
On Wednesday night inside of a packed house of spectators at the St. Mary’s College of Maryland Aquatic Center, the Chopticon Braves were able to honor its 11 seniors on senior night with a sweep over the Patuxent Panthers.
During its two games of the James Chapman Waldorf Holiday Classic at North Point High School last Thursday and Friday, the Huntingtown High School boys basketball team suffered a pair of setbacks in low-scoring games that developed along parallel lines.
The season for St. Mary’s College of Maryland men’s soccer concluded in early November, but the awards for individual achievement continue to filter in in the wake of such an amazing season.
Having graduated some seniors who had been integral parts of a team that had won back-to-back state championships, there was a bit of an unknown factor surrounding the Northern girls cross country team as the 2018 fall season began.
For so long, it seemed, the Northern Patriots girls soccer team was just a little short of earning its first state championship. Whether it was because county rival Huntingtown blocked them in the regional tournament or they just couldn’t push through in the state round, the Patriots could n…
For the last half-decade or so, Huntingtown’s wrestling program had elevated itself to become the top program in the Southern Maryland Athletic Conference and one of the better teams in the state. But as the 2017-18 season commenced, the Hurricanes still didn’t have very much to show for it.