Thursday, May 9, 2013
The Seahawks defeated North Point 21-0 on Wednesday.
The South River boys lacrosse team stormed through the first round of postseason play with a 21-0 victory over North Point on Wednesday night in Edgewater. The defending state champion lacrosse team easily handled an inferior North Point and moves on to play county foe Broadneck High in the second round Friday night. South River defeated Broadneck 10-7 on March 21. The No. 6 Bruins knocked off No. 11 Severna Park on Wednesday night to advance to the second round. The South River girls lacrosse team received a No. 2 seed and a first-round bye. The Seahawks will begin postseason play on Friday when they host Northern High School. See Also:
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
The South River boys lacrosse team will play North Point on Wednesday.
The brackets are set and the high school lacrosse postseason will begin on Wednesday. The South River boys lacrosse team earned a No. 3 seed and will host No. 14 North Point on Wednesday. The girls lacrosse team received a No. 2 seed and a first-round bye. The boys lacrosse team finished the regular season with a 12-2 record and was undefeated in county play. The only teams ranked ahead of South River in the 4A-3A east bracket are Calvert County foes Northern and Huntingtown. Last season, the boys lacrosse team played in its third state title game in four seasons and won the class 4A/3A boys lacrosse title over Westminster 10-8. The girls lacrosse team also went undefeated in county play this season. They will host the winner of the …
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
The South River baseball team fell to Bel Air High School 12-3.
Several South River High School sports were in action Tuesday night. Here’s a rundown of how the teams faired. 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. Girls Lacrosse The South River girls lacrosse team routed Chesapeake 18-5 Tuesday night. Taylor Bresnahan and Kacie Longo led South River in the victory with three goals and an assist each, according to the Capital Gazette. The…
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 …
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
By simply saying “Go Seahawks” or wearing South River High Seahawks clothing, residents can get a free chicken sandwich Thursday night.
After winning the Class 4A/3A Maryland State Lacrosse Championship last Wednesday in dramatic fashion, the South River High School community is set to get another treat after Edgewater’s Chick-fil-A announced it is holding a special appreciation night. “We’re having a South River Boys Lacrosse Appreciation Night for their state championship,” said Chick-fil-A manager Joey Dewey. “The lacrosse team had an amazing season, including five all county [players] and one All American [player].” From 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday, the local Chick-fil-A in Edgewater is giving away free chicken sandwiches to any patron that says “Go Seahawks” or wears anything related to the South River Seahawks. Last Wednesday, South River’s boys lacrosse team went…
Saturday, May 26, 2012
A look back at the biggest headlines of the week, from May 20-26.
No. 1—Suspicious Man Photographed Kids at Play, Parents Say The Davidsonville Athletic Association’s (DAA) Board of Directors emailed local parents last Friday after board members said a suspicious man was seen in a minivan allegedly taking photographs of children playing on playground equipment. According to the email, concerned parents approached the man in the van earlier last week, but he sped out of the parking lot. Parents described the van as "silver" or "champagne-colored." The email stated the incident occurred May 16, between 6 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on the playground at Davidsonville Park, according to local parent Daniel Waz. No. 2—Teens Go All Out for Prom Proposals Asking significant others to prom has always been an exciting …
Thursday, May 24, 2012
Share your favorite photos, tweets and more from Wednesday night's epic comeback by South River's boys lacrosse team.
South River's boys lacrosse team completed an improbable comeback against Westminster High in the state championship after falling behind 7-0 Wednesday night. The Seahawks won 10-8 in a night many won't soon forget. To celebrate, share your favorite photos, Tweets, YouTube videos and more from the memorable come-from-behind victory. A special thanks to Steve Johnson from Mayo Photography for sharing some amazing photos from Wednesday night's game. Simply upload your photos clicking the “Upload Photos and Videos” button above or below the main image.
A recap of the Seahawks' remarkable come-from-behind victory with all the stats and statistics to go along with it.
South River senior Andrew Wildermuth covered the state championship game and gathered first-hand statistics from the matchup. Wildermuth submitted the following article to Patch. The South River Boys Lacrosse team claimed its second Maryland 4A/3A State title in four years as they rallied past the Westminster Owls—overcoming a 7-0 deficit to start the game and winning it 10-8 as the final whistles sounded. After the Owls built tremendous momentum throughout the first and second quarters, Tyler White netted the first Seahawk goal with 4:30 remaining in the first half. Following White’s offensive ignition, South River finished the second quarter strong, with three more goals (Chris Carr, Jon Carr, Matt Gaskins) in the remaining few minutes …
Wednesday, May 23, 2012
South River's boys lacrosse team beat Westminster High 10-8 in a dramatic come-from-behind victory after being down 7-0.
South River’s boys lacrosse team won its second Class 4A/3A Maryland state lacrosse championship in four years Wednesday afternoon in dramatic fashion—beating Westminster High with a final score of 10-8 after initially falling behind 7-0. Get local headlines daily by following Edgewater-Davidsonville Patch on Facebook and Twitter. Westminster scored seven straight goals to start the game, but then South River scored eight unanswered goals, taking the lead after halftime in a remarkable comeback. In the third quarter, South River and Westminster were tied 8-8 until the Seahawks scored a late goal to go into the fourth quarter with a 9-8 lead. All-American Ben Chisolm scored his second goal of the day with 6:51 left in the game, putting the…
South River leads Westminster 10-8, but a weather delay with only 2:33 left in the game has postponed play since 6:14 p.m.
8:06 p.m.—It's over. South River wins the Class 4A/3A Maryland State Lacrosse Championship! 8:03 p.m.—The game is back on. Two minutes to glory... 8:02 p.m.—As if you needed a reminder, South River leads the game 10-8 with 2:33 left in the state championship. After falling 7-0 to start, the Seahawks are now just minutes away from their second state title in four years. 7:55 p.m.—Fans are telling me there will be a 10-minute warm-up time prior to continuing the game. 7:45 p.m.—@CarrollVarsity just reported on Twitter that officials are letting fans back into UMBC Stadium. Let's keep our fingers crossed that we can get this game in. 7:22 p.m.—Sources at the game are telling me the weather is U-G-L-Y. Let's hope they can finish this thing…