Attention Consumers: The Dundalk Eagle has been informed of a potential scam taking place throughout the Dundalk area. Individuals impersonating themselves as Dundalk Eagle contractors have been reported soliciting Dundalk Eagle subscriptions door to door and collecting funds. The Dundalk Eagle does not condone nor participate in this practice of door to door subscription sales. The Dundalk Eagle has taken a proactive approach of contacting the authorities; however, if approached, please contact the authorities immediately at (410) 877-2222.
The Sparrows Point boys soccer team tangled with a pair of Baltimore County heavyweights last week and came away the worse for it — at least as far as the Pointers’ record is concerned.
The Sparrows Point girls soccer team defeated Perry Hall twice last season, leading them to joke they were the “unofficial” Class 4A state champs after the Gators went on to win that crown.
A fast and talented Frederick Douglass team used several big plays to perhaps push host Dundalk’s playoff hopes to the brink with a 42-6 victory on Friday.
The Patapsco offense was on the field for only eight plays through the second and third quarters of the game against visiting Sparrows Point on Saturday.
The Dundalk boys soccer team dominated possession against visiting Pikesville last week and peppered the Panther goal with nearly twice as many shots.
The members and supporters of the Dundalk Dynasty football program woke up to an unpleasant surprise on Sunday morning: their concession stand, located in Merritt Point Park, had been destroyed in a fire.
When Patapsco’s Morgan Hug started the match against Dundalk by serving 12 straight points, it appeared the Patriots were going to make quick work of the Owls.
It may be something of a rebuilding — well, reloading — year for the Sparrows Point girls soccer team, but the Pointers still outmatch local rival Patapsco.