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Lake Shore Girls Capture Tournament

The Fury, a team comprised of 11 and 12 year old Lake Shore Basketball players, won four straight games to capture the tournament title on Saturday, February 26 at George Fox Middle School. The … more

Lady Cougars Poised To Begin New Chapter Under Coach Kelly

By John SingletonOn St. Patrick’s Day, Shannon Kelly wasn’t out picking four-leaf clovers. Instead, on March 17, the head coach of the Chesapeake High School girls lacrosse team was … more

Chesapeake Baseball Looking To Repeat Last Year's Success

By John SingletonChesapeake High School has a formidable list of alumni who have made their mark in professional baseball. Joe Andrzejewski, who was selected by the Milwaukee Brewers in the 1988 … more

Cougars Will Rely Heavily On Senior Leadership

By John SingletonChesapeake finished 7-8 under head coach Rodney Beres in 2010, including a season-ending 7-5 loss to a formidable Arundel squad. It was a fiercely contested first round playoff … more

Pasadena Golf Center Adds Pro Golfer To Staff

By Kevin MurnaneThe Pasadena Golf Center recently made an addition to their staff. Brett Francisco was brought on to provide lessons to residents of any age and to increase the services of the … more

Northeast Looking To Crop Of Young Talent

By Kevin MurnaneThe common thread throughout Northeast’s baseball and softball teams is both are young but have a very talented core of underclassmen.“Our expectations are that we will end … more

Lake Shore Basketball Nets A Successful Season

By Maria Beam GrayIt started on a steamy August court. The shuffle of high tops, the dribble of basketballs, the grunts of competition. With fans looping the courts at the Big Vanilla, the … more

CHS Track Team Looks To 'Put' Things In Perspective

By John SingletonFresh off a highly successful indoor season, the Chesapeake High School track and field team is poised to vie for the Anne Arundel County 4A-East championship this spring.The … more

Lake Shore Seeks Sponsors

By Amy RussellWhen the county appropriated more than half a million dollars for the Lake Shore Complex expansion, it opened up room for more than just baseball teams. Now, Lake Shore is looking … more

Eagles' Latifah Butler Surpasses 1,000 Point Mark

By Amy RussellJunior Latifah Butler scored 15 points and tallied eight rebounds, and in the process reached 1,001 career points on February 15 as the Northeast Eagles fell, 46-30, to Broadneck. … more

For Paulus, Navy Basketball Feeling Just Like Home

By John SingletonGreg Paulus knows how to maximize an opportunity. He graduated from Duke with honors; he is the owner of a freshly-minted Master’s Degree in Communications from Syracuse … more

Fast Start Propels Annapolis Area Christian To Title Game

By John SingletonIt’s been a roller coaster season for the Eagles at Annapolis Area Christian School. On December 4, tied at 47 against McDonogh, AACS senior forward Phillip Perry stole an … more

Spalding Ranks At National Catholic High School Meet

Kristen Koehler Named Coach Of The Year By Amy RussellThe Archbishop Spalding ladies swim team recently finished fourth at the National Catholic High School Championship meet held at … more

Cougars And Eagles Make Waves At Counties

By Amy RussellAt the 2011 Anne Arundel County Championship swim meet, Chesapeake High School racked up 39 points to tie Meade for 9th place, while the Northeast Eagles took 11th place right … more

Chesapeake Cheer Team Takes Region Crown

By Amy RussellThe Chesapeake High School cheer leading squad won its sixth consecutive South Region champion this month by a nearly 12-point margin, continuing the program’s deep-rooted … more

Chesapeake Promotes Rob Elliot To Varsity Post

Elliot Plans To Bring Change, Experience To Cougar Football By Amy RussellOn Friday, February 18, Athletic Director Chip Snyder announced former junior varsity head coach Rob Elliot will … more

Pasadena's John Wall To Compete In Death Race Event This Summer

By Amy RussellWhen reporters ask the people who know participants why they do it? The common response is: “because they’re crazy.” But that doesn’t seem to matter to 39-year-old … more
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