Last week, the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association granted athletes from across the state to begin conditioning for fall sports starting Wednesday, although each county can make its own determination on when and how to open.

Throughout the spring and first week of summer, the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs had kept their hopes alive that eventually an abbreviated season would get under way. But last Tuesday afternoon, the Blue Crabs and two other Atlantic League teams announced they would not be playing any games …

While the 2020 season for the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs is still on hold until the middle of next month, Regency Furniture Stadium in Waldorf was still the place to be as the team hosted a youth baseball camp this week.

Many spring athletes at the collegiate and high school level were denied the chance to complete their respective sports seasons due to the coronavirus pandemic, but tennis players in Southern Maryland will now have a chance to compete this summer.

The Junior Tour powered by Under Armour has not only allowed local golfers to compete in nine-hole events, it has become so popular that Southern Maryland director Sean Bannon had filled all 72 slots available prior to Saturday’s event at Chesapeake Hills Golf Course in Lusby.

While the Major League Baseball season is still on hold as the owners and players seek to solidify a deal to salvage the 2020 season, the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs will soon be returning to the field for a condensed season.

As Gov. Larry Hogan (R) continues to loosen a number of restrictions surrounding the coronavirus pandemic that would pave the way for high school sports to resume with summer practices, various high school athletes from across the Southern Maryland Athletic Conference have been given the gre…

Golfers on the Junior Tour powered by Under Armour, ranging from ages 6 to 18 and divided into three age groups were able to compete in a pair of one-day, nine-hole tournaments on Saturday and Sunday afternoons at Swan Point Yacht & Country Club in Issue.