February 21, 2018
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    • Northeast's Kyle Preston became the county champ at 138 lbs with his last-second win over Arundel's Trevor Gagnon on February 17.Courtesy photo
      Northeast's Kyle Preston became the county champ at 138 lbs with his last-second win over Arundel's Trevor Gagnon on February 17.
    • Northeast's Kyle Preston became the county champ at 138 lbs with his last-second win over Arundel's Trevor Gagnon on February 17.Courtesy photo
      Northeast's Kyle Preston became the county champ at 138 lbs with his last-second win over Arundel's Trevor Gagnon on February 17.

    Preston’s Title Highlights County Championships For Northeast, Chesapeake Wrestlers

    By Colin Murphy
    There were five seconds separating Northeast’s Kyle Preston from a 1-0 defeat and a runner-up finish at the wrestling county championships on February 17.
    Preston did something about it.
    The senior 138-pounder scored a reversal of Arundel’s Trevor Gagnon with just two seconds...
    • Chesapeake's boys 4x400 team of Colton Spangler, Michael Mulford, Logan Cooper and Andrew Colebrook took first at the 3A Central region championships on February 9 and will represent the Cougars at this week's state championships.Photo by Colin Murphy
      Chesapeake's boys 4x400 team of Colton Spangler, Michael Mulford, Logan Cooper and Andrew Colebrook took first at the 3A Central region championships on February 9 and will represent the Cougars at this week's state championships.
    • Northeast's 4x200 relay team of Anthony Vallinotti, Ian McCullers, Demontay Snowden and Davon Carroll placed first at the 3A Central region championships and will represent the Eagles at the state championship meet on Tuesday.Photo by Colin Murphy
      Northeast's 4x200 relay team of Anthony Vallinotti, Ian McCullers, Demontay Snowden and Davon Carroll placed first at the 3A Central region championships and will represent the Eagles at the state championship meet on Tuesday.

    Pasadena T&F Teams Excel At Region Meet, Prep For States

    By Colin Murphy
    Northeast had its expected corps of top finishers and Chesapeake reached new heights as both track and field teams represented Pasadena proudly at the 3A Central region meet at Prince George’s Sports and Learning Complex on February 9.
    The Cougar boys placed second out of 12 teams, while the...
    • The Spalding ice hockey team had support from the student body on hand to celebrate its 4-1 win over Mount Saint Joseph in the MIAA A Conference championship on February 16.Courtesy photo
      The Spalding ice hockey team had support from the student body on hand to celebrate its 4-1 win over Mount Saint Joseph in the MIAA A Conference championship on February 16.

    Spalding Ice Hockey Defeats Mount Saint Joe For MIAA A Conference Championship

    By Colin Murphy
    It had been three years since the Archbishop Spalding boys ice hockey program lifted the trophy as champions of the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference.
    After this year’s final against Mount Saint Joseph, the Cavaliers are back on top.
    Sophomore Max Fleckenstein...
  • Chesapeake Girls Survive Northeast On Senior Night; Eagles Show Growth In Near-Upset

    By Colin Murphy
    With senior-night posters hanging and a festive atmosphere already underway, the Chesapeake girls basketball team probably would have preferred their February 9 home game against Northeast to be a cruise-control blowout, or at least a comfortable win to kick off a Friday night of rivalry basketball...
    • Chesapeake student athletes took part in a signing day ceremony at school on Wednesday, the first day of the spring signing period. Front row (l-r): Madison Wheeler, Ellen Ziaja. Back row (l-r): Patrick Miller, Jake Hynson, Andrew Colebrook, Andrew Long.Courtesy photo
      Chesapeake student athletes took part in a signing day ceremony at school on Wednesday, the first day of the spring signing period. Front row (l-r): Madison Wheeler, Ellen Ziaja. Back row (l-r): Patrick Miller, Jake Hynson, Andrew Colebrook, Andrew Long.
    • Northeast's Kinlee Bruns committed to play soccer at Saint Peter's University.Courtesy photo
      Northeast's Kinlee Bruns committed to play soccer at Saint Peter's University.
    • Daniel Casalino became the fourth Chesapeake football player in the graduating Class of 2018 to commit to play college football. He will attend Frostburg along with teammates William Sullivan and Dante Thompson. Cougar senior Andrew Long will play at Wingate University.Courtesy photo
      Daniel Casalino became the fourth Chesapeake football player in the graduating Class of 2018 to commit to play college football. He will attend Frostburg along with teammates William Sullivan and Dante Thompson. Cougar senior Andrew Long will play at Wingate University.

    Signing Day: Pasadena Student Athletes Make College Commitments

    By Colin Murphy
    A handful of Pasadena student athletes made their college commitments official on February 7, which was the first spring signing day for National Letters of Intent.
    Six athletes participated in a signing day ceremony at Chesapeake:
    Maddison Wheeler, Air Force Academy, soccer
    Ellen Ziaja, Emory...
    • Docksiders gymnasts had a strong showing with two team titles and multiple individual titles at the Gymstrada Invitational in Virginia Beach.Courtesy photo
      Docksiders gymnasts had a strong showing with two team titles and multiple individual titles at the Gymstrada Invitational in Virginia Beach.

    Docksiders Gymnastics Wins Team Titles At Virginia Meet

    By Colin Murphy
    Docksiders Gymnastics Level 9 and Level 10 teams traveled to Virginia Beach for the recent Gymstrada Invitational meet and collected a slew of individual and team titles.
    The Level 9 gymnasts from Docksiders took first-place in the team competition and turned in plenty of strong individual...
    • (L-R) Chesapeake's Joe Seidler and Dylan Young were two of 35 player's voted onto the Maryland State Association of Baseball Coaches Preseason All-State Team. Chesapeake groundskeeper Terry Caputo was named MSABC Groundskeeper of the Year. Chesapeake head coach Ken King was named District 5 Coach of the Year. Courtesy photo
      (L-R) Chesapeake's Joe Seidler and Dylan Young were two of 35 player's voted onto the Maryland State Association of Baseball Coaches Preseason All-State Team. Chesapeake groundskeeper Terry Caputo was named MSABC Groundskeeper of the Year. Chesapeake head coach Ken King was named District 5 Coach of the Year.

    Chesapeake's Young, Seidler Named To MSABC Preseason All-State Team

    By Colin Murphy
    Having gone to the state final two years in a row, it’s not altogether surprising that the Chesapeake baseball program was well represented at the Maryland State Association of Baseball Coaches’ Preseason All-State awards on February 3.
    The Cougars’ Joe Seidler and Dylan Young...
    • Chesapeake's Trace Carleton advanced the ball against the defense of Northeast's Jaylin Albury on January 5. The Cougars jumped out to an early 17-2 lead and held off Northeast's charge to win, 61-57.Photo by Julie Thompson Persell
      Chesapeake's Trace Carleton advanced the ball against the defense of Northeast's Jaylin Albury on January 5. The Cougars jumped out to an early 17-2 lead and held off Northeast's charge to win, 61-57.

    Chesapeake Boys Defeat Northeast As Rematch, Playoffs Draw Near

    By Colin Murphy
    On paper, the first five weeks of the season were looking pretty rough for the Chesapeake boys basketball team. The Cougars got off to an 0-7 start.
    But Chesapeake didn’t lose focus. The Cougars closed 2017 with their first win of the season, a 56-47 victory over Coppin Academy on December...
  • Chesapeake Girls Are Growing Together, Building Momentum Toward Playoffs

    By Colin Murphy
    It’s been a remarkable run of success over the past three years for the Chesapeake girls basketball program, and the Cougars are intent on continuing the program’s rise this season.
    At 9-5 through January 19, the Cougars have performed well against an always-stout county and out-of-...
    • L-R Corey Rush, Billy Katzenberger, Kyle Preston, Matt Doyle and Thomas Gargano have helped Northeast wrestling to a successful so far, and each have high hopes for good showings at the upcoming county tournament. Photo by Colin Murphy
      L-R Corey Rush, Billy Katzenberger, Kyle Preston, Matt Doyle and Thomas Gargano have helped Northeast wrestling to a successful so far, and each have high hopes for good showings at the upcoming county tournament.
    • (L-R) Micah Santos, Lacee Schmidt, Lillie Jewell and Lisa McChesney will represent Northeast at the first-ever MPSSAA all-female statewide tournament on February 3. Northeast is hosting the event and expects about 100 wrestlers to compete.Photo by Colin Murphy
      (L-R) Micah Santos, Lacee Schmidt, Lillie Jewell and Lisa McChesney will represent Northeast at the first-ever MPSSAA all-female statewide tournament on February 3. Northeast is hosting the event and expects about 100 wrestlers to compete.
    • Chesapeake's DJ Hoover took down his Severna Park opponent on December 19.Photo by Colin Murphy
      Chesapeake's DJ Hoover took down his Severna Park opponent on December 19.

    Strong Seasons On The Mat For Northeast, Chesapeake Wrestlers

    By Colin Murphy
    It went right down to the wire when the Northeast wrestling team opened the winter season with a win over Chesapeake on December 5.
    Gary O’Neil’s first-round pin at 113 pounds in the final bout of the dual provided the decisive six points Northeast needed to complete a 42-35 win.
    The...
    • The Havenwood Revolution went 27-3 in five tournaments with two championships during the fall 2017 season.
      The Havenwood Revolution went 27-3 in five tournaments with two championships during the fall 2017 season.

    Tournament Titles, National Ranking For Havenwood 14U's

    By Colin Murphy
    The Havenwood 14U Revolution softball team continues to tear up the regional tournament circuit. Havenwood went an astounding 27-3 in five tournaments with two tournament championships during the second half of 2017.
    The team of Kendall Thomas, Alison Pollack, Sofia Ameur, Caitlyn Cornwell, Lily...
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    • Chesapeake Bay Middle School student Lauren Burgamy recently completed her black belt testing in taekwondo, becoming the first student and first female to achieve a 1st Dan Black Belt ranking at Golden Dragon Defense in Pasadena.Photos courtesy of Matt Morris
      Chesapeake Bay Middle School student Lauren Burgamy recently completed her black belt testing in taekwondo, becoming the first student and first female to achieve a 1st Dan Black Belt ranking at Golden Dragon Defense in Pasadena.

    Athlete Spotlight: Lauren Burgamy, Taekwondo

    By Colin Murphy
    Chesapeake Bay Middle School seventh-grader Lauren Burgamy fulfilled a long sought-after goal this winter when she completed testing for her black belt in taekwondo.
    Black belt testing in taekwondo occurs after years of study, practice and training and only when a student has progressed through 10...
    • Pam Blades has volunteered extensively with Lake Shore, Panthers and Chesapeake High School athletics for over a decade. She received the county's esteemed Ron Blake Volunteer Award for her commitment to enhancing youth athletics in Anne Arundel County.Courtesy photo
      Pam Blades has volunteered extensively with Lake Shore, Panthers and Chesapeake High School athletics for over a decade. She received the county's esteemed Ron Blake Volunteer Award for her commitment to enhancing youth athletics in Anne Arundel County.

    Blades Receives Volunteer Award For Work With Lake Shore, Panthers, Chesapeake

    By Colin Murphy
    For many people in Pasadena, it is difficult to imagine youth sports without the presence of Pam Blades.
    Blades is a longtime volunteer with youth sports in Pasadena and was honored this month with the Ron Blake Outstanding Volunteer Award, given annually since 1985 by Anne Arundel Recreation and...

    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....

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