Tuesday, May 21, 2013
The Seahawks will face Westminster High School in the state championship game for the second year in a row.
When the South River boys lacrosse team steps on the field for the class 4A/3A state championship game on Wednesday, the Seahawks will be presented with an all too familiar scene. For the second year in a row, South River will play in the state final. And for the second year in a row, the Seahawks will face Westminster High School. After defeating Howard High 15-6 on Saturday, South River again finds itself in the state championship game. The Seahawks have stormed through postseason play—defeating its opponents by a combined 47 goals in four games. However, South River shouldn’t necessarily expect to steamroll Westminster. In last year’s state final game, Westminster surrendered a seven-goal lead to South River and eventually fell to the …
Thursday, May 16, 2013
The Seahawks topped Chesapeake, 10-3.
The South River High boys lacrosse team took another step toward a state title Wednesday, winning the Class 3A/4A East regional crown. The Seahawks beat Chesapeake 10-3 in the regional final. The team will next play Howard High School for a shot at the state title game. The South River girls lacrosse team fell short of advancing in the playoffs, losing 14-13 to Broadneck. Arundel Baseball Falls to North County The Arundel Wildcats' dream of another regional baseball championship ended in extra innings Wednesday. Arundel fell 6-5 in 10 innings to North County in the regional semifinals of the MPSSAA Class 4A baseball tournament. North County will next host the regional championship game against South River, which won 4-0 Wednesday over…
Sunday, May 12, 2013
Meanwhile, several local baseball teams move on
It was a tough Friday for the Arundel lacrosse teams, as both the girls and boys fell in the MPSSAA state tournament. The Arundel boys were upset 11-9 by Chesapeake, while the girls fell 14-9 to top-seeded Huntingtown. South River, however, remains alive in the tourament with both its teams advancing. The Seahawk boys topped Broadneck 11-7 and will play at Huntingtown on Monday. The girls secured a big 19-1 win over Northern High on Friday, and will next host Huntingtown. Arundel to Host Old Mill in Baseball The Arundel baseball team earned a first-round bye in the state tournament, setting up a second round matchup against local rival Old Mill on Monday. Old Mill moved to the second round by beating Glen Burnie 7-4 on Friday. South …
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
The Arundel boys lacrosse team also won to maintain a perfect record on the years.
Several South River High School sports were in action Tuesday night. Here’s a rundown of how the teams fared. Boys Lacrosse The boys lacrosse team easily handled Chesapeake High School 10-3 Tuesday night in Edgewater. The Seahawks were led by Brandon Senft’s four-goal performance, while Matt Gaskins and Ben Chisolm each added a pair. South River goalie Jake Gavin had 12 saves in the victory. With the win over the Cougars, South River improved to 5-2 on the season. The Seahawks will host Old Mill on Friday at 7 p.m. The Arundel boys moved to 7-0 with a convincing 15-5 win over Southern. Logan Fate had six goals in the win. Girls Lacrosse The South River girls lacrosse team routed Chesapeake 18-5 Tuesday night. Taylor Bresnahan and Kacie …
Saturday, March 23, 2013
The girls and boys from Arundel won their opening matches against North County, while South River also secured a sweep of Broadneck.
The high school lacrosse season got underway this week, with teams from Arundel and South River in action on Thursday. The Arundel boys recorded a 20-2 win over North County, with Logan Fate scoring five goals. The Lady Wildcats won 14-3 behind three goals from Amanda Mozier. South River's boys team won 10-7 over Broadneck, getting three goals from Dylan Mansure. The South River girls edged Broadneck, 10-9, with four goals from Taylor Bresnahan. See also: Anyone can post scores, photos and other sports news directly in the Patch announcements section.
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Local athletes announce where they are heading after graduation.
Seventeen athletes from South River High recently announced their intentions to play for specific athletic programs at the collegiate level. While most of the signees play for the boys or girls lacrosse teams, several other sports were represented when the Seahawks participated in National Signing Day last Wednesday. Athletes from the school’s lacrosse, girls basketball, swimming, baseball and field hockey teams each announced their decisions to play for college programs, ranging from Florida to Oregon. The girls lacrosse team contained the most college commitments with 11, while girls basketball, baseball and field hockey had the fewest—one each. Some of the more notable commitments involved the lacrosse programs. Standout boys lacrosse …
Thursday, May 17, 2012
The Seahawks move into the state final four with a 9-2 win.
The South River boys lacrosse team is headed back to the state semifinals. With a 9-2 victory over Arundel High on Wednesday night, the Seahawks return to the final four after finishing as the state runner-up last season. "It's a pretty damn good feeling," said South River coach Paul Noone. A disciplined performance from the Seahawks on both ends of the field kept the high-scoring Wildcats off the scoreboard until the third quarter and ultimately sent them packing. Junior Ben Chisolm spearheaded South River's 3-0 first quarter lead, with a goal and an assist to his credit. Dyland Mansur and Matthew Gaskins added to the South River lead, as the hosts took a 5-0 lead into halftime. Gaskins was instrumental in the Seahawk attack, dominating …
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
The Arundel boys lacrosse team shoots for a regional title, while the baseball team takes on top-seeded Old Mill.
Wednesday evening will be a big one for the Arundel High School boys lacrosse and baseball teams, as they each look to advance in the state playoffs. The boys lacrosse team takes on top-seeded South River in the east region final of the Class 4A/3A state tournament. The winner advances to the state final four. The game will be played at 7 p.m. at South River High School. In baseball, Arundel will travel to the county champion and top-seeded Old Mill. The winner will move on to the east regional final in the Class 4A division. Baseball action starts at 5 p.m. at Old Mill High School.
Arundel and South River will square off in boys lacrosse Wednesday night.
It appeared unlikely that Arundel High and South River would get another crack at each other when the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association boys' 4A lacrosse bracket came out last week. On Wednesday night, the Wildcats and Seahawks will get their chance. With a trip to the state semi-finals on the line, local rivals, Arundel and South River High will face off at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Joe Pappetti Field in Edgewater. The Seahawks defeated Arundel in last year's playoffs and edged the Wildcats during regular season play in April. South River are the reigning state runners up in boys' lacrosse. Crofton will proudly be represented with students from both schools, as some of Anne Arundel county's best athletes take the lacrosse …
Saturday, April 28, 2012
South River edged its local rival Arundel, 8-7, to remain undefeated in county play.
The secret to the success of the South River boys lacrosse has never been about one individual player. It's not about coach Paul Noone either. It's about the team. A team win is exactly what the Seahawks demonstrated in coming back to defeat local rival Arundel High, 8-7, on a breezy Friday evening in Gambrills. "It's a team win. That's all it is," Noone said. "It has nothing to do with me. It has nothing to do with anybody here. Everybody as one. They pulled together, showed a little heart [and] came out of here with a [win]. That's what we needed." In the first half, it appeared as if Arundel senior Hunter Cetrone would will the host Wildcats to a victory over South River. Cetrone scored Arundel's first four goals, as the Wildcats held a…