The CCBC Essex women’s soccer team opened the season with a loss to Monroe (N.Y.) College, and it seemed for a bit the Knights were going to end their season with a loss to the Mustangs.
Sparrows Point senior Rhianna Stitt capped off her superlative high school golf career by winning the Baltimore County championship for the fourth year in a row and then finished fourth in the state championship tournament.
Hosting Dundalk in the first round of the Class 3A North Region II volleyball playoffs on Thursday, Patapsco had to find an answer to the old question: how difficult is it to beat a team three times in the same season?
When Irene Kirkpatrick returned to coach the Sparrows Point volleyball team after six years away, there figured to be something of an adjustment period.
After eight years of regional titles, six consecutive state championships, and over 30 straight payoff wins, the Sparrows Point girls soccer team reached the point where it didn’t have anything left.
Missed opportunities and some puzzling officiating saw the Sparrows Point field hockey team fall to North East 2-1 on Friday in the Class 1A state quarterfinals.
Patapsco debuted a new running-oriented offense against host Dundalk last week, intending to run the clock, shorten the game, and keep the Owls’ offense off the field.
Thoroughly outplayed by Towson in the first half of the Baltimore County championship game, Sparrows Point needed to “find itself” while there was still enough time remaining for it to make a difference.
After cruising past visiting Loch Raven in the first two sets of the October 16 match, Sparrows Point likely didn’t expect to find itself on the verge of losing.
A solid defensive effort and the running of quarterback Treshawn “Snoopy” Ray lifted Dundalk past host Kenwood 22-8 on Friday and evened the Owls’ record at 3-3.