December 11, 2017
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Stories 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.

    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...

  • The PSC U12 Dynasty produced an undefeated regular season in addition to winning the U13 bracket of the Mountain Road Tournament.

    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,...

  • (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.

    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 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...

  • 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.

    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 as a...

  • 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 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...

  • 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 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...

  • 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.

    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...

  • 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.

    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.

    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...

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