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    • Jake Hynson scored two first-half goals for Chesapeake, which defeated Northeast on Thursday, 2-1.Photo by Colin Murphy
      Jake Hynson scored two first-half goals for Chesapeake, which defeated Northeast on Thursday, 2-1.

    Chesapeake Boys Top Northeast, 2-1

    By Colin Murphy
    Jake Hynson scored a pair of first-half goals to lead Chesapeake to a 2-1 victory over Northeast in boys soccer on Thursday. Hynson’s scores were assisted by Nick Benson and Noah McHugh.
    Angel Calderon scored on a penalty kick for Northeast in the second half, but Chesapeake was able to...
    • (L-R) Peyton Colhouer, Leia Black and Brooke Hurst celebrated Black's goal that lifted Chesapeake to a 1-0 win over Northeast on Thursday.Photo by Colin Murphy
      (L-R) Peyton Colhouer, Leia Black and Brooke Hurst celebrated Black's goal that lifted Chesapeake to a 1-0 win over Northeast on Thursday.

    Chesapeake Girls Take It To Northeast, Defeat Eagles 1-0

    By Colin Murphy
    You can always count on a Northeast-Chesapeake game to deliver physical play and an outcome decided by the slimmest of margins.
    That was certainly the case Thursday when the Chesapeake and Northeast girls soccer team played 80 minutes of rough-and-tumble soccer that was ultimately decided early,...
    • Seniors Nichole Fish (7) and Madison Wheeler (6) hope to lead their teams to victory on September 21 when Northeast hosts Chesapeake.Photo by Colin Murphy
      Seniors Nichole Fish (7) and Madison Wheeler (6) hope to lead their teams to victory on September 21 when Northeast hosts Chesapeake.

    Collision Course: Northeast vs. Chesapeake Girls Soccer Rivalry Primer

    By Colin Murphy
    The Northeast and Chesapeake girls soccer teams will square off on September 21 at Northeast, both hoping for a rivalry win—and a good omen for a deep playoff run.
    Revamped Northeast Girls Ready To Keep Improving
    Following a 9-7-1 season a year ago in which the Northeast girls soccer team...
    • The Northeast volleyball team got its first win over Chesapeake since 2014 on the first day of school this year, defeating the Cougars in four sets.Photo by Colin Murphy
      The Northeast volleyball team got its first win over Chesapeake since 2014 on the first day of school this year, defeating the Cougars in four sets.

    First Day Of School: Northeast Volleyball Defeats Chesapeake

    By Colin Murphy
    So much for easing into the school year.
    Unlike years past, the Northeast and Chesapeake volleyball teams were thrust into the unusual situation of squaring off on the first day of school this year, and the Eagles opened the year with a bang by claiming a win in four sets (25-17, 25-16, 25-27, 25-...
    • Mason Frechtel scored one of Chesapeake's eight goals in a win over Atholton on September 12.Photo by Colin Murphy
      Mason Frechtel scored one of Chesapeake's eight goals in a win over Atholton on September 12.

    Small Numbers, Big Deal: Chesapeake Girls Making The Most

    By Colin Murphy
    The difference between teams that make a deep playoff run and teams that don’t goes beyond just skill. Sometimes, depth is a major factor.
    That’s one factor that makes this year’s Chesapeake field hockey team even more impressive. With just 15 varsity players and 39 in the...
    • Jake Hynson and the Chesapeake boys soccer team got past Old Mill for a 2-1 win over the Patriots on September 14.Photo by Colin Murphy
      Jake Hynson and the Chesapeake boys soccer team got past Old Mill for a 2-1 win over the Patriots on September 14.

    Chesapeake Boys Start Well With Two Quality Wins

    By Colin Murphy
    At 2-1-1 through four games, the Chesapeake boys soccer team shows all the familiar marks of a program accustomed to competing at a high level in the rough-and-tumble Anne Arundel County gauntlet.
    The 2017 Cougars, playing under first-year head coach Drew Belcher, have skill and athleticism at all...
    • With its victory over Oakland Mills on September 19, its third of the season, the Northeast field hockey team matched its win total from 2016.Photo by Colin Murphy
      With its victory over Oakland Mills on September 19, its third of the season, the Northeast field hockey team matched its win total from 2016.

    Northeast Field Hockey Set On ImprovementExclusive

    By Colin Murphy
    The challenges are new this year for the Northeast field hockey program, which is now competing in the county’s C tier.
    “Number-one goal is to be more competitive and add to our win column,” said head coach Gina Ward after a recent game at Annapolis High School.
    So far, the...
    • Angel Calderon battled for possession during Northeast's 2-1 loss to North County on September 11. Photo by Colin Murphy
      Angel Calderon battled for possession during Northeast's 2-1 loss to North County on September 11.

    Northeast Boys Get First Win Vs. CSPExclusive

    By Colin Murphy
    The Northeast boys soccer team got its first win of the season by defeating Chesapeake Science Point 2-0 on September 14 on goals by Angel Calderon and Cole Switzer. Calderon netted a penalty kick in the first half, and Switzer headed home a corner kick from Matt Zephir. On September 11, Nathan...
    • Take A Peek: Northeast's Davon Carroll had already left North County tacklers in his dust when he blazed downfield for a 70-yard kick-return touchdown—his second kick-return touchdown of the game—during the Eagles' crazy 33-32 win over the Knights on Friday.Photo by Colin Murphy
      Take A Peek: Northeast's Davon Carroll had already left North County tacklers in his dust when he blazed downfield for a 70-yard kick-return touchdown—his second kick-return touchdown of the game—during the Eagles' crazy 33-32 win over the Knights on Friday.
    • Marcus Streeb celebrated his second touchdown of the game, which came late in the fourth quarter and set up a two-point conversion by Demontay Snowden that lifted the Eagles to a 33-32 victory over North County on Friday.Photo by Colin Murphy
      Marcus Streeb celebrated his second touchdown of the game, which came late in the fourth quarter and set up a two-point conversion by Demontay Snowden that lifted the Eagles to a 33-32 victory over North County on Friday.
    • Demontay Snowden and Anthony Vallinotti celebrated after Snowden's two-point conversion run put the Eagles ahead for good, 33-32, in the team's win over North County.Photo by Colin Murphy
      Demontay Snowden and Anthony Vallinotti celebrated after Snowden's two-point conversion run put the Eagles ahead for good, 33-32, in the team's win over North County.
    • Deshawn Joyner (4), Billy Driscoll (50) and Matt Doyle (42) ran off the field in celebration after Jarren Terry (34) recovered a fumble caused by teammate Bennett Diaz that iced the Eagles' 33-32 win over North County. Photo by Colin Murphy
      Deshawn Joyner (4), Billy Driscoll (50) and Matt Doyle (42) ran off the field in celebration after Jarren Terry (34) recovered a fumble caused by teammate Bennett Diaz that iced the Eagles' 33-32 win over North County.
    • Dalton Milliken's eye-black strip read "RiP" in tribute to offensive line coach Rick Potter, who died this summer. "We dug deep,” said Milliken. “We played for coach Potter and pulled it through.”Photo by Colin Murphy
      Dalton Milliken's eye-black strip read "RiP" in tribute to offensive line coach Rick Potter, who died this summer. "We dug deep,” said Milliken. “We played for coach Potter and pulled it through.”

    Eagles Pull Out 33-32 Victory Over Knights

    By Colin Murphy
    Northeast football fans have seen scenarios like what almost unfolded at North County High School on Friday night: the Eagles will play pretty well, appear to be in line for a victory, encounter some adversity, fight hard to salvage the game and eventually fold in a narrow loss.
    Just not this time...
    • Tony Watkins crashed through three Severna Park players to score one of his two touchdowns on Friday night. Watkins carried the ball 32 times for 128 yards and two scores as Chesapeake rebounded from its Week 1 loss by defeating Severna Park 28-14.Photo by Colin Murphy
      Tony Watkins crashed through three Severna Park players to score one of his two touchdowns on Friday night. Watkins carried the ball 32 times for 128 yards and two scores as Chesapeake rebounded from its Week 1 loss by defeating Severna Park 28-14.
    • Chesapeake quarterback Dylan Young completed nine passes for 168 yards and two touchdowns in the Cougars' 28-14 win over Severna Park.Photo by Colin Murphy
      Chesapeake quarterback Dylan Young completed nine passes for 168 yards and two touchdowns in the Cougars' 28-14 win over Severna Park.

    Chesapeake Football Powers Past Severna Park, 28-14

    By Colin Murphy
    What a difference a week makes.
    After suffering a discouraging 40-10 loss to Towson in the season opener last week, the Chesapeake football team came back with a vengeance in Week 2, opening up a lead on visiting Severna Park and never relenting in a resounding 28-14 win on Friday night.
    Running...
    • The Chesapeake field hockey program was back to the grind this August, convening for 6:00am practices as they prepare to defend their 3A state crown.Photo by Colin Murphy
      The Chesapeake field hockey program was back to the grind this August, convening for 6:00am practices as they prepare to defend their 3A state crown.

    Checking In With The Champs: Chesapeake Field Hockey Girls Prepare For New Challenges

    By Colin Murphy
    Maryland field hockey teams hoping to see Chesapeake suffer a steep drop-off after capturing the program’s first state championship last fall are going to be left wanting.
    The Cougars are back on campus this August preparing for the season, and the young and hungry reigning 3A champs are all...
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    • Players took instruction from Northeast coach Brian Baublitz during a preseason training session this August. “We don’t hide from nothing around here, and we’re not going to,” Baublitz said. “Our expectations are going to be to make the playoffs. We’re going to try to make the playoffs every year.”Photo by Colin Murphy
      Players took instruction from Northeast coach Brian Baublitz during a preseason training session this August. “We don’t hide from nothing around here, and we’re not going to,” Baublitz said. “Our expectations are going to be to make the playoffs. We’re going to try to make the playoffs every year.”



    Northeast Football Enters Camp With High Hopes, Big Goals

    By Colin Murphy
    The Northeast football team returns to campus this August with an invigorated sense of optimism for a successful fall campaign.
    While last season’s 3-7 record doesn’t inspire hope on paper, the Eagles have been quietly making strides and building respectability, and the team foresees a...
    • The Lake Shore 6U all-stars pounded out 81 runs in four games in winning the Linthicum-Ferndale Tournament.Courtesy photo
      The Lake Shore 6U all-stars pounded out 81 runs in four games in winning the Linthicum-Ferndale Tournament.

    Bats On Fire For Lake Shore 6U All Stars

    By Colin Murphy
    The Lake Shore 6U All Star tournament team went 3-1 to take first place overall at the Linthicum Ferndale All Star Rec Tournament earlier this summer.
    The team of Ayden Meadows, Austin Lawler, Brenden Smith, Bryce Thomas, Chase Diluca, Colt Wanner, Colten Kurz, Gavin O’Connor, Iverson...
    • The PSC Revolution U9 boys soccer team rampaged through its first tournament of the season, going 3-0 at the Harford FC Kick-Off Classic in early August.Courtesy photo
      The PSC Revolution U9 boys soccer team rampaged through its first tournament of the season, going 3-0 at the Harford FC Kick-Off Classic in early August.

    PSC Revolution Dominate Opening Tournament

    By Colin Murphy
    The Pasadena Soccer Club U9 Revolution started the fall season in dominant fashion at the Harford Football Club Kick-Off Classic on August 5, scoring a whopping 28 goals and steamrolling to a 3-0 record and a tournament championship.
    The team of Gavin Allison, Rocco Couzantino, Jack Foster,...
    • The Blue Sox 13U's went 5-0 at the Brooklyn Park Invitational and defeated Hamilton Baseball 21-9 in the championship game.
      The Blue Sox 13U's went 5-0 at the Brooklyn Park Invitational and defeated Hamilton Baseball 21-9 in the championship game.

    13U Blue Sox Go Unbeaten For Brooklyn Park Trophy

    By Colin Murphy
    The 13U Lake Shore Blue Sox put a championship exclamation point on their season with a 5-0 performance and tournament championship at the Brooklyn Park Tournament in mid-July.
    The team of Anthony Cirricione, Jack Hogan, Scott Reeder, David Holtzclaw, Sean Fluhr, Greg Behrendt, Jacob McDonald,...
    • Lake Shore's 15U's took first place at the Brooklyn Park Invitational, their third tournament final appearance of the summer.
      Lake Shore's 15U's took first place at the Brooklyn Park Invitational, their third tournament final appearance of the summer.

    15U Lake Shore Baseball Sweeps To Title At Brooklyn Park

    By Colin Murphy
    Lake Shore’s 15U tournament baseball boys wrapped up an outstanding summer tournament slate with a 5-0, championship-winning performance at the Brooklyn Park Youth Athletic Association Invitational from July 21 to 23.
    The team of Jacob Nutter, Brett Sesney, Ethan Cann, Jake Kuhl, Andrew...
    • The API 11U Red select baseball team went 4-0 at the SYBO Panther Invitational Tournament in Lusby.
      The API 11U Red select baseball team went 4-0 at the SYBO Panther Invitational Tournament in Lusby.

    API Baseball 11U’s Capture Tournament Championship

    By Colin Murphy
    The Athletic Performance Incorporated 11U Red select baseball team went 4-0 to capture the tournament championship at the SYBO Panther Invitational tournament in Lusby, Maryland in the final week of June.
    API’s talented 11U group of Brendan Abell, Tegan Knopf, Angel Santiago-Cruz, Logan...
    • The Lake Shore 9U Gray Sox closed summer with a 7-1 performance at the Triple Crown Nationals in Myrtle Beach, winning their eighth tournament championship of the season and finishing the year 55-10-1 overall.Photo courtesy of Robin Herzberger
      The Lake Shore 9U Gray Sox closed summer with a 7-1 performance at the Triple Crown Nationals in Myrtle Beach, winning their eighth tournament championship of the season and finishing the year 55-10-1 overall.

    9U Gray Sox Cap Astounding Summer Run With Eighth Tournament Crown

    By Colin Murphy
    The Lake Shore 9U Gray Sox completed their outstanding summer season in late July by going 7-1 to win the Triple Crown Championship in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
    The team of Colton Duffy, Keller Herzberger, Mason Kotofski, Liam Neal, Bryce Peacock, Jayden Saraullo, Ryan Werner, Chase McLaughlin...
    • Young campers and high-school-aged counselors came to Northeast all summer long to work on their basketball game at Coach Roger O'Dea's camps. "There are so many benefits to this camp."Photo by Colin Murphy
      Young campers and high-school-aged counselors came to Northeast all summer long to work on their basketball game at Coach Roger O'Dea's camps. "There are so many benefits to this camp."
    • Young campers and high-school-aged counselors came to Northeast all summer long to work on their basketball game at Coach Roger O'Dea's camps. "There are so many benefits to this camp."Photo by Colin Murphy
      Young campers and high-school-aged counselors came to Northeast all summer long to work on their basketball game at Coach Roger O'Dea's camps. "There are so many benefits to this camp."

    Winter Is Coming: Northeast Basketball Strengthens Bonds, Skills At Summer CampExclusive

    By Colin Murphy
    Hoops season might seem far off during the dog days of summer, but the Northeast basketball program was hard at work this summer preparing for next season and beyond.
    Upwards of 70 boys and girls ages 8 and up convened at Northeast High School every weekday during a five-week stretch this summer...
    • Preston Pearce, right, competed in the Taekwondo Nationals and took home a bronze medal. He is pictured with his instructor, Victor Battung.
      Preston Pearce, right, competed in the Taekwondo Nationals and took home a bronze medal. He is pictured with his instructor, Victor Battung.

    Athlete Spotlight: Preston Pearce, Martial ArtsExclusive

    By Colin Murphy
    Pasadena resident Preston Pearce, 11, recently returned from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, as a national semifinalist and national medalist in martial arts.
    Pearce competed in the week-long Taekwondo Nationals against many of the top competitors from around the country and took home a bronze medal in...
    • The Havenwood 12U Revolution swept the winner’s bracket of the United States Specialty Sports Association State A Championship tournament to win the state crown at Rockburn Branch Park in Howard County this June. The team is 52-15-2 overall since beginning play this past fall.
      The Havenwood 12U Revolution swept the winner’s bracket of the United States Specialty Sports Association State A Championship tournament to win the state crown at Rockburn Branch Park in Howard County this June. The team is 52-15-2 overall since beginning play this past fall.

    Havenwood 12U Revolution Are USSSA State Champions

    By Colin Murphy
    The Havenwood Revolution 12U fast-pitch softball team achieved its primary goal on June 18, winning the United States Specialty Sports Association (USSSA) State A Championship at Rockburn Branch Park in Howard County.
    The team of Kendall Thomas, Alison Pollack, Sofia Ameur, Caitlyn Cornwell, Ella...

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