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Chesapeake Boys Race Past Northeast

Pat Brennan scored three goals in 10 minutes, Sam Colebrook followed suit with a hat trick of his own and Ryan Gruss had a four-point day to lift the Chesapeake boys soccer team to a 7-0 victory over … more

Northeast Bests Chesapeake In County's Newly-Popular Sport

By Colin Murphy In each school’s first year fielding a bocce team — yes, bocce — over 150 fans recently crammed into Northeast High School’s cafeteria to see the Eagles … more

PHOTO GALLERY: Chesapeake vs. Northeast football, 3A East Playoffs, 11.9.18

Chesapeake defeated Northeast, 38-13. more

Pasadena Baseball Celebrates Opening Day Despite Dreary Weather

By Colin Murphy Despite a steady downpour among occasional heavy showers, the festive mood was hardly dampened as over 500 little league players paraded through the baseball fields across … more

High School Students Use Athleticism For College Admission Funding

Using their athleticism in high school as a gateway to gain acceptance into their top-pick college, local products Andrew Scalley and Kyle O’Brien now play Division I lacrosse at Mount St. … more

She’s A Beauty, That Number Nine: Chesapeake Cheerleading Wins State Championship

The Chesapeake cheerleading program further cemented its status as the paragon of high school cheerleading excellence in Maryland when the Cougars won a Maryland-record ninth state championship at … more

Cougars Take Rivalry Showdown In Field Hockey

Looking to improve on a 2013 campaign that saw several one-goal losses, the Chesapeake field hockey squad opened its 2014 season on September 9 with a 9-0 pounding of rival Northeast in a match that … more

CYLA Cyclones Battle Davidsonville To 9-9 Draw

Story And Photos By Colin A.J. Murphy In an exciting back-and-forth matchup with Davidsonville under the lights at Chesapeake High School on March 31, the CYLA ‘Cyclones’ Junior B … more

AACS Swimmer Competes At Olympic Trials

By Colin A.J. Murphy Katelyn Sowinski, a nationally competitive swimmer and rising senior at Annapolis Area Christian School, traveled to Omaha, Nebraska the week of June 25-29 to … more

Baublitz To Replace Hines As Head Coach Of Northeast Football

In an email sent to media Friday, Northeast Athletic Director Ken Miller announced that recently hired football coach JP Hines will step down as head coach due to family reasons. Brian Baublitz will … more

Proud To Be An Eagle: Northeast Girls Advance Soccer Program

Lots of teams have good seasons. Good seasons are all around. Not every team has the most successful season in program history, defeats a vaunted archrival not once but twice, wins three playoff … more

Best Offense Is A Great Defense: Chesapeake Beats Severna Park In Thriller

By Colin Murphy On April 12, an inspired defensive performance powered the Chesapeake High School boys lacrosse team as they narrowly defeated the Severna Park Falcons, 5-4, in a wildly … more

Head Coaching Vacancies At Chesapeake High School

Chesapeake High School is currently seeking to fill coaching vacancies for the varsity golf, varsity wrestling, and girls’ varsity lacrosse teams. Interested candidates should contact Chesapeake … more

13U Bucs Win County Championship

Following a 7-2 regular season, the 13U Buccaneers football team went on a 3-0 playoff run to win the Anne Arundel Youth Football Association Varsity U National Division championship. Part of the … more

Chesapeake Cheerleaders To Honor Community Hero At Holiday Bowl

NOMINATE YOUR HOMETOWN HERO - DEADLINE EXTENDED UNTIL SEPTEMBER 30! The Chesapeake High School varsity cheerleading team has been invited to participate in college football’s Holiday … more

12U Chargers ‘Win It For Sunshine’, Defeat GORC For Championship

All season long, the 12U Chargers played for Sunshine, their teammate, Brad Cropper, too ill to join them on the field in pads and helmets but always in their minds and hearts. All season long, … more

Anne Arundel Chapter Of Ducks Unlimited Commences In Pasadena

A new chapter of Ducks Unlimited recently held its first meeting at the Greene Turtle in Pasadena, and a group of mostly waterfowl hunters listened intently for what the first steps of establishing … more

Joe Palumbo Named New Spalding Baseball Coach

By John Singleton As a high school player, Joe Palumbo provided the spark that drove DeMatha to three straight WCAC baseball championships.  When Archbishop Spalding named him as his … more

Bucs 100-Pounders Win County Title After Dominant Season

The Bucs 100-lb football team stampeded its way to an undefeated season and a county championship this fall. Pasadena posted an 8-0 regular season and surrendered only one touchdown all year. The … more

PBA Update

Don’t forget, the Pasadena Business Association’s fifth annual Veterans Day ceremony will be held on November 11 at 1:00pm. Please park at Lake Shore Athletic Complex and follow the signs … more
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