Wednesday, March 6, 2013
The Wildcats topped Meade, 65-57, and will host top-seeded North Point on Friday.
The Arundel boys basketball team advanced to the MPSSAA Class 4A regional final on Tuesday night, topping Meade 65-57. The Wildcats are now one win away from the state final four, and will travel to North Point on Friday night with the Class 4A regional title on the line. Arundel used a big fourth quarter to pull away from the Mustangs, and got 27 points from junior Ryan Hill, the Capital Gazette reported. Friday's game will be a re-match of last year's regional final, won by North Point 72-52. The game time has not yet been announced. The Wildcats remain the only local team remaining the state basketball tourney. The South River boys lost in the first round, while the South River girls lost last week to North Point in the regional …
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Here's a rundown of upcoming games and post-season play for South River High School sports teams.
The winter sports season may be coming to an end, but South River High School athletes are still busy. Both the swimming and wrestling teams will participate in post-season matches this weekend, and the boys and girls basketball teams will look to finish out their seasons strong. Here's a rundwon of the upcoming schedule for varsity sports teams: Thursday: Friday Saturday
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Tiffany McKinney is a senior on the South River High girls basketball team.
Patch stopped by South River High School on Jan. 31 and spoke with senior Tiffany McKinney, 17, about her basketball career and life at SRHS. Edgewater-Davidsonville Patch: What is your favorite South River basketball memory? Tiffany McKinney: Playing in the Broadneck game during the second round of the playoffs when I scored the winning basket. Edgewater-Davidsonville Patch: How is your season going so far and what are your expectations heading into the postseason? McKinney: Our season is going good. We’re still undefeated in the county and our expectations are to beat Northeast. Edgewater-Davidsonville Patch: What other groups or activities do you participate in at South River High School? McKinney: I do outdoor track. Edgewater-…
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
The Arundel boys have yet to lose in the county and are coming off a dominant win against Old Mill.
Basketball rivals Arundel High and South River will play Tuesday, with the Wildcat boys looking to continue an unblemished run through the county schedule. The Arundel boys are 16-2 overall and stand atop the county standings. They are coming off a dominant 70-35 win over Old Mill last Friday. Senior Ryan Hill scored 20 points with 10 rebounds, while Marcus Oliphant and Austin Carroll scored eight points each. The South River boys enter the game with a 4-14 record but recorded a 69-60 win over Northeast on Friday. Jahair Jones scored 17 points in the win. On the girls side, Arundel is coming off a 68-64 win over Old Mill. The Lady Wildcats are 12-5 on the year. The South River girls are having a strong season, with a 15-3 record …
Monday, January 28, 2013
Here are five newsworthy events happening around Crofton this week.
Here a rundown of five events happening around Crofton this week. For more information on any event click on the link. Jazzercise When: Crofton Jazzercise Fitness Center Where: Monday, 4:30 p.m. Details: Burn up to 600 calories in one fun and powerfully effective 60-minute total body workout. Basketball: Arundel vs Broadneck When: Wednesday Where: Arundel Details: The Arundel boys basketball team will tipoff at 5 p.m. with the girls to follow. Basketball: South River at Severna Park When: Wednesday Where: Severna Park High School Details: The South River boys basketball team will play at 5 p.m. The girls will play at 6:45 p.m. Chick-fil-A Offers Free Breakfast Thursdays When: Thursday Where: Chick-fil-A in Gambrills Details: Between 6:30 …
Saturday, February 18, 2012
Coming off their first loss of the season, the Wildcats moved past South River, 79-50. They will prepare for the District V Championship game next week, then the state playoffs.
EDGEWATER—The Arundel High boys basketball team didn't take too long to get back in the win column after suffering its first loss of the season. Rebounding from a last-second loss to Old Mill on Tuesday, the Wildcats used a stingy defense and strong inside game to trounce South River 79-50 in the regular season finale. “Sometimes a loss helps you reflect,” Arundel head coach Jeff Starr said. “Hopefully we learned something from [the Old Mill] game, and tonight we showed we can bounce back and we move forward.” Junior forward Dexter Dunbar led all Arundel scorers with 14 points, his highest output of the season. Twelve Wildcats scored at least one point. Arundel took control early, jumping out to a 40-20 halftime lead. South River cut …