The third annual run to benefit Santa Claus Anonymous is scheduled for December 7 on the grounds of the Sparrows Point Country club.
Thanksgiving is for celebrating harvest and blessing. Thanksgiving is a time to join with family and friends to feast and make traditions.
The season ended for the CCBC Essex women's soccer team with a 4-1 loss to Gillette (Wyoming) College in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) tournament on November 19.
When CCBC Essex and Eastern Florida State College met on Monday in the opening round of pool play at the NJCAA women’s soccer national tournament, the Titan’s 5-0 win would appear to be the typical outcome of a game pitting the tournament’s 11th seed (Essex) against the second seed.
The Chesapeake volleyball team, after a winless regular season, upset Southwestern in the opening round of the Class 2A North Regional tournament.
The Eastern Tech boys soccer team used a second-half outburst from Dillon Nesteruk to defeat Sparrows Point for its fourth regional title in six years.
The CCBC Essex men’s and women’s soccer teams both captured their respective titles during the Region XX championship tournament last week at Harford Community College.
The Kenwood boys soccer team twice fell behind visiting Patapsco on Friday in the second round of the Class 3A North Region playoffs, and each time the Bluebirds rallied to tie the game.
The CCBC Essex women’s cross country team earned its first NJCAA Region XX Division I Championship since 2012 at the Region XX/Maryland Juco Athletic Conference Championship meet hosted by Hagerstown Community College on Saturday.
With under 10 minutes remaining in the game, the CCBC Essex men’s soccer team trailed visiting Frederick Community College 2-0 and were playing a man down due to a red card in the first half.
Six weeks ago the CCBC Essex women’s soccer team trudged off its home field after opening the season with a 15-0 loss to defending NJCAA champion Monroe (N.Y.) College.
The Kenwood girls soccer team has taken up where it left off last season, with an inexorable march toward a second consecutive Baltimore County Division II title.