As the basketball season heads into the final week of the regular season, it’s not likely it will be a memorable one for any of the local teams.
The Eastern Tech girls basketball team will finish the regular season with a winning record. Chesapeake will finish with a losing record.
Former Chesapeake High athletic director and current elected member of the Baltimore County Board of Education Rod McMillion fell victim to a clever ruse last week.
CCBC Essex women’s basketball player Mya Moye was already having a noteworthy season: twice Maryland JuCo Conference Player of the Month and the NJCAA Division II Women’s Basketball Player of the Week.
After the Eastern Tech girls basketball team defeated Patapsco in the first game of the season, Maverick coach Alexis Washington said the goal was to double the number of victories from last season.
The CCBC Essex women’s basketball team rolled to its 10th straight win and continued its domination of the Maryland JuCo League with a 100-55 victory over visiting Frederick Community College on Friday.
Kenwood’s “Best of the Nest” wrestling duals tournament, for the second time in four years, experienced a weather delay. A long weather delay.
Had the Eastern Tech boys basketball team not held on to defeat Sparrows Point on Friday for the Mavericks’ first win of the season, they would have spent the weekend practicing free throws.
The Chesapeake boys basketball team trailed host Patapsco by six points two minutes into the fourth quarter when Bayhawk coach Keven Solomon decided it was time to play his trump card.
In two wrestling matches last week pitting Essex schools against rivals from Dundalk, Kenwood pulled out a win over host Dundalk in the final weight class, while Eastern Tech ... isn’t really ready to challenge Sparrows Point.
The CCBC Essex women’s basketball team dropped out of the NJCAA Division II rankings after a loss at the Niagara County Community College Thunderwolves Classic last week.