January 20, 2018
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    WATCH: Chesapeake's Downin Drains 60-Foot Shot In Win Over Arundel

    By Colin Murphy
    When Chesapeake girls basketball team defeated Arundel 70-31 on January 3, highlights were plenty. Brooke Worrell led all scorers with 28 points to go with 14 rebounds and 5 steals. The Cougars’ Corrine Castle (11 points, 11 rebounds), Ashley Chew (8 points, 5 steals) and Summer Smith (5...
    • The Chesapeake field hockey team hoisted the 3A state championship plaque after its 2-0 win over C. Milton Wright on November 11. It is the Cougars' second straight state title.Photo by Colin Murphy
      The Chesapeake field hockey team hoisted the 3A state championship plaque after its 2-0 win over C. Milton Wright on November 11. It is the Cougars' second straight state title.
    • The Chesapeake field hockey team hoisted the 3A state championship plaque after its 2-0 win over C. Milton Wright on November 11. It is the Cougars' second straight state title.Photo by Colin Murphy
      The Chesapeake field hockey team hoisted the 3A state championship plaque after its 2-0 win over C. Milton Wright on November 11. It is the Cougars' second straight state title.

    One More Time: Chesapeake Girls Are State Champs Again

    By Colin Murphy
    From the moment the Chesapeake field hockey program began its offseason workouts, to the first day of practice in August, to every point throughout its outstanding 2017 season, the mission was clear: Bring home another state championship.
    After a 2-0 defeat of C. Milton Wright in the Class 3A...
    • The PSC U12 Dynasty produced an undefeated regular season in addition to winning the U13 bracket of the Mountain Road Tournament.
      The PSC U12 Dynasty produced an undefeated regular season in addition to winning the U13 bracket of the Mountain Road Tournament.

    PSC U12 Dynasty Go Unbeaten, Win Tournament Title

    By Colin Murphy
    An undefeated regular season and a tournament championship are the marks achieved this fall by the Pasadena Soccer Club U12 Dynasty boys soccer team.
    The team of Jack Angyelof, Colin Servinsky, Keegan Laird, Cooper Uleckas-Meisinger, Brody Reeves, Caleb Adams, Daniel Adams, Hayden Dorr, Brayden...
    • (L-R) Cameron Neal, Gavin Maresca and Bryce Patterson were each honored with the Buzz Platt Player Award, which recognizes excellence in play, character and sportsmanship.
      (L-R) Cameron Neal, Gavin Maresca and Bryce Patterson were each honored with the Buzz Platt Player Award, which recognizes excellence in play, character and sportsmanship.

    Pasadena Players Honored With Buzz Platt Award

    By Colin Murphy
    Every year the Anne Arundel Youth Football Association presents the Buzz Platt Player Award to a select group of 13U players. One 13U player from each organization receives the award, which is named after the founder of the AAYFA, in recognition of his excellence in play, character and...
    • The PSC Storm U11 girls won the tournament championship at the November Cup in Crownsville, going 3-0 and defeating rival Arundel Soccer Club 2-1 in penalties in the championship game.
      The PSC Storm U11 girls won the tournament championship at the November Cup in Crownsville, going 3-0 and defeating rival Arundel Soccer Club 2-1 in penalties in the championship game.

    Storm Clouds Are Raging: PSC U11 Girls Win November Cup

    By Colin Murphy
    The PSC Storm U11 girls soccer team elevated its level of play to win a tournament championship at the November Cup in Crownsville by going 3-0 at the tournament and defeating Arundel Soccer Association on penalties in the championship game.
    Following a 4-2-4 season in the top division of their...
    • Russell Tongue (6) celebrated with teammates after a touchdown catch against Long Reach. The Cougars fell to the Lightning, 27-24, in their second playoff appearance in three seasons.Photo by Colin Murphy
      Russell Tongue (6) celebrated with teammates after a touchdown catch against Long Reach. The Cougars fell to the Lightning, 27-24, in their second playoff appearance in three seasons.

    Chesapeake Football Ends Resurgent Season With Playoff Appearance

    By Colin Murphy
    As time goes on it will become clearer and clearer just how impressive the Chesapeake football team’s 2017 season was.
    The Cougars’ 27-24 defeat to Long Reach in the Class 3A playoffs on November 10 was a disappointing end to a season that reasserted Chesapeake’s newfound place...
    • The U9 Premier followed a strong regular season with a 4-0 run to the championship of the Bethesda Premier Cup in mid-November.
      The U9 Premier followed a strong regular season with a 4-0 run to the championship of the Bethesda Premier Cup in mid-November.

    PSC '09 United Girls Represent With Bethesda Cup Title

    By Colin Murphy
    The Pasadena Soccer Club ’09 United girls soccer team produced an outstanding fall campaign, pairing a strong regular season in the Central Maryland Soccer Association with a championship-winning performance at the Bethesda Premier Cup in mid-November.
    The PSC United roster of Kalli Brandon...
    • By the start of the 2019 lacrosse season, Chesapeake Youth Lacrosse Association will be fully subsumed under the Panthers Athletic Club umbrella. “The merger brings together two small, well-established athletic programs on the Pasadena peninsula operating in different seasons into a larger, year-round athletic organization,” said CYLA President Lois Warner.
      By the start of the 2019 lacrosse season, Chesapeake Youth Lacrosse Association will be fully subsumed under the Panthers Athletic Club umbrella. “The merger brings together two small, well-established athletic programs on the Pasadena peninsula operating in different seasons into a larger, year-round athletic organization,” said CYLA President Lois Warner.

    Panthers, CYLA To Merge

    By Colin Murphy
    Panthers Athletic Club and Chesapeake Youth Lacrosse Association are merging.
    After a period of consideration, the decision was made this fall that joining the two organizations will benefit individual youth athletes, their families, both organizations and the Pasadena community as a whole....
  • Pasadena Athletes Named To Coaches All-County Teams: Fall 2017

    By Anonymous
    Of the many standout athletes throughout the county during the fall season, only a select few were chosen by the coaches to make one of the 2017 Fall Coaches All-County Teams. Several handfuls of athletes from Pasadena received the honor:
    Chesapeake: Andrew Colebrook (boys soccer first team), Will...
  • Chesapeake Girls Soccer Falls Short in Region Final

    By Dave Topp
    COLUMBIA, Md −- For the second year in a row, the Chesapeake girls soccer team saw its playoff hopes halted in the state region final.
    After playoff wins against Northeast and J.M. Bennett, the Cougars fell 1-0 to Atholton High School on a cold and rainy evening of playoff soccer on November...
    • The Chesapeake defense was fired up throughout a resounding win over Northeast on November 3. The Cougars shut out the Eagles, who hadn't been held under 15 points all season.Photo by Colin Murphy
      The Chesapeake defense was fired up throughout a resounding win over Northeast on November 3. The Cougars shut out the Eagles, who hadn't been held under 15 points all season.
    • Chesapeake running back Tony Watkins (10) and fellow Cougar ball carriers Khalil Gary and Colby McNulty combined for 225 rushing yards agains the Eagles.Photo by Colin Murphy
      Chesapeake running back Tony Watkins (10) and fellow Cougar ball carriers Khalil Gary and Colby McNulty combined for 225 rushing yards agains the Eagles.

    Chesapeake Defeats Northeast In Dena Bowl XLI, 17-0

    By Colin Murphy
    The Chesapeake football team is back. Back at 7-3 overall after a 2-8 season a year ago. Back in the playoffs for the second time in three years.
    The Cougars are back on top of Pasadena, too.
    Chesapeake took firm control of the much-hyped Dena Bowl at rival Northeast on November 3, deploying its...
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    • The Lake Shore TNT Junior A field hockey team capped an undefeated 12-0 season with a championship by defeating Broadneck 1-0 in the Anne Arundel Recreation and Parks championship game at Annapolis High School on October 29.Courtesy photo
      The Lake Shore TNT Junior A field hockey team capped an undefeated 12-0 season with a championship by defeating Broadneck 1-0 in the Anne Arundel Recreation and Parks championship game at Annapolis High School on October 29.

    Lake Shore Girls Are Junior A County Champions

    By Colin Murphy
    The Lake Shore TNT field hockey team captured the Anne Arundel County Recreation and Parks Junior A championship with a 1-0 victory over Broadneck Area Youth Sports at Annapolis High School on October 29.
    Charlotte Alexander converted the game’s winning goal, punching home a rebound of a...
    • Lake Shore finished with an overall record of 11-2 en route to a county championship in the Anne Arundel Recreation and Parks Middie B Division.Photo by Colin Murphy
      Lake Shore finished with an overall record of 11-2 en route to a county championship in the Anne Arundel Recreation and Parks Middie B Division.

    Lake Shore Girls Win Middie B County Championship

    By Colin Murphy
    The Lake Shore Middie B field hockey girls are county champions.
    Cecelia Hartford scored the game-winner in a 1-0 win over GORC on October 29 that gave Lake Shore the Anne Arundel County Middie B championship at Annapolis High School. Following an 8-2 regular season, Lake Shore reeled off playoff...
    • Chesapeake won its third straight region title, all over Mount Hebron, with a 4-0 defeat of the Vikings on November 1. The Cougars play James H. Blake on Monday at 5 p.m. at Paint Branch High School in the 3A state semifinals.Photo by Colin Murphy
      Chesapeake won its third straight region title, all over Mount Hebron, with a 4-0 defeat of the Vikings on November 1. The Cougars play James H. Blake on Monday at 5 p.m. at Paint Branch High School in the 3A state semifinals.

    Chesapeake Girls Are Region Champs Again With 4-0 Win Over Hebron

    By Colin Murphy
    This article will appear with additional exclusive photos in the November 8 print issue of the Pasadena Voice.
    The Chesapeake field hockey team had to grind out victories over Mount Hebron in each of the last two seasons in order to claim the 3A East region title.
    This year, the Cougars flat-out...
    • Northeast's Ian McCullers received congratulations from teammates after a second-half interception against Severna Park. The Eagles defeated the Falcons 26-21 on October 20, the first Eagle football victory over Severna Park since 1967.Photo by Colin Murphy
      Northeast's Ian McCullers received congratulations from teammates after a second-half interception against Severna Park. The Eagles defeated the Falcons 26-21 on October 20, the first Eagle football victory over Severna Park since 1967.

    Northeast Football Defeats Severna Park, 26-21

    By Colin Murphy
    Going on two years, the Northeast football program has repeated its mantra: “Trust in the process.”
    On October 20, the process yielded a result not experienced in a long time.
    Three touchdowns by Demontay Snowden and a last-second field goal by Matt Wilhelm allowed the Eagles to...
    • Ashley Chew's second-half goal was the decisive score in a 1-0 Chesapeake victory over Northeast. The win pushed the Cougars into the 3A East Section II final on Thursday against J.M. Bennett.Photo by Andrew Candella
      Ashley Chew's second-half goal was the decisive score in a 1-0 Chesapeake victory over Northeast. The win pushed the Cougars into the 3A East Section II final on Thursday against J.M. Bennett.

    Chesapeake Girls March Past Northeast, Into 3A East Section II Final

    By Dave Topp
    Chesapeake’s Ashley Chew wanted to make the most of her new opportunity. Entering Tuesday afternoon’s Maryland 3A section semifinal playoff game against visiting crosstown rival Northeast High School, the stakes couldn’t be much higher.
    After 70-plus minutes of scoreless soccer,...
    • The varsity Cougars topped challenges from South River, Arundel and Glen Burnie to win the county title on Monday night.Photo by Colin Murphy
      The varsity Cougars topped challenges from South River, Arundel and Glen Burnie to win the county title on Monday night.
    • The JV Cougars capped an unbeaten season with a county title on their home court on Monday.Photo by Colin Murphy
      The JV Cougars capped an unbeaten season with a county title on their home court on Monday.

    WATCH: Chesapeake Varsity, JV Cheerleaders Sweep To County Championships

    By Colin Murphy
    The Chesapeake cheerleading program is still the undisputed class of Anne Arundel County, as the Cougar varsity and JV teams swept to county championships on their home court on October 30.
    The varsity Cougars scored a 123.1 out of a possible 130 to top South River (119.75), Arundel (119.45), Glen...
    • Chesapeake players celebrated a goal by Logan Beal (9), which lifted the Cougars to a 1-0 win over rival Severna Park on October 10.Photo by Colin Murphy
      Chesapeake players celebrated a goal by Logan Beal (9), which lifted the Cougars to a 1-0 win over rival Severna Park on October 10.

    After Win Over SP, Chesapeake Girls Set Up County-Championship Rubber Match

    By Colin Murphy
    Chesapeake senior field hockey player Logan Beal had to miss the Cougars’ September 9 play-day matchup with Severna Park — a game Chesapeake lost by a 2-1 score — in order to take the ACT’s.
    For the rematch, she made her presence felt.
    Beal one-timed a pass from junior...
    • Chesapeake senior Jack Snyder won the county championship at Crofton Country Club on October 4, shooting a 1-over 73 to win by two strokes. "I said all year I was going to win it," said Snyder. "I worked really hard for it, definitely, so I'm really excited."Photo by Colin Murphy
      Chesapeake senior Jack Snyder won the county championship at Crofton Country Club on October 4, shooting a 1-over 73 to win by two strokes. "I said all year I was going to win it," said Snyder. "I worked really hard for it, definitely, so I'm really excited."
    • Chesapeake senior Jack Snyder won the county championship at Crofton Country Club on October 4, shooting a 1-over 73 to win by two strokes. "I said all year I was going to win it," said Snyder. "I worked really hard for it, definitely, so I'm really excited."
      Chesapeake senior Jack Snyder won the county championship at Crofton Country Club on October 4, shooting a 1-over 73 to win by two strokes. "I said all year I was going to win it," said Snyder. "I worked really hard for it, definitely, so I'm really excited."

    Chesapeake's Jack Synder Is County Golf Champion

    By Colin Murphy
    Jack Snyder was a freshman in 2014 when he picked up golf for the first time and began playing for the Chesapeake golf team.
    Today, he’s the county champion.
    The Chesapeake senior shot a 1-over 73 at Crofton Country Club on October 4 to defeat Severna Park’s Addison Wells (75) and...
    • The 100-lbs Panthers, Andover Apaches and Panthers 10U cheerleaders joined together to create a special day for Ashley Hackmann, a Panthers cheerleader who is currently battling leukemia.Photo courtesy of Jaime McFarland
      The 100-lbs Panthers, Andover Apaches and Panthers 10U cheerleaders joined together to create a special day for Ashley Hackmann, a Panthers cheerleader who is currently battling leukemia.
    • Hackmann was given a tiara and sash at the Panthers' homecoming celebration, and she gave a speech to everyone in attendance thanking them for their support.Photo courtesy of Jaime McFarland
      Hackmann was given a tiara and sash at the Panthers' homecoming celebration, and she gave a speech to everyone in attendance thanking them for their support.

    Football Organizations Unite To Support Cheerleader In Cancer Fight

    By Colin Murphy
    Sports have a way of unifying, and Pasadena has a way of rallying to support its own.
    Those truths converged on September 30 when Panthers and Andover Apaches football teams and families joined together to support Pasadena resident Ashley Hackmann, 10, a Panthers cheerleader who is battling...
    • Quarterback Dylan Young fired a pass as Tony Watkins (10) blocked the pass rush during Chesapeake's game against South River on October 6.Photo by Colin Murphy
      Quarterback Dylan Young fired a pass as Tony Watkins (10) blocked the pass rush during Chesapeake's game against South River on October 6.

    Chesapeake Football 4-3 Through Week 7

    By Colin Murphy
    The 2017 Cougars have experienced the ups and downs a high school football season can bring, and there is still opportunity to finish on a high.
    After a season-opening loss, the Cougars rattled off victories in their next four games, defeating Severna Park, Catonsville, Glen Burnie and Lansdowne...

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