Sunday, April 7, 2013
Edgewater-Davidsonville Patch reported that Kids Consignments will be closing its doors for business. See what else you missed.
Here's a recap of some of the top news from Edgewater-Davidsonville Patch this week. To read more on any story, click on the link. 1. Davidsonville Woman Honors Mother’s Legacy with Golf Outing When Davidsonville resident Jennifer Lyons' mother, Nina Beck, was diagnosed with heart disease in 1996, she was told she had six months to live. Despite the grim diagnoses, Beck went on to live 14 more years—a feat Lyons credits to her mother’s strength as well as Washington Hospital Center where she was treated. Now, Lyons and her family are giving back to the hospital that meant so much to their mom. 2. Kids Consignments Closing its Doors Kids Consignments in Edgewater is closing its doors for business on April 20. Owner Stephanie Mendoza said …
Thursday, April 4, 2013
After eight seasons, South River High’s field hockey coach Katie Corcoran is stepping down.
After leading her team to a Class 4A state title in November, South River High’s head field hockey coach Katie Corcoran is stepping down to spend more time with her family. Corcoran has spent eight seasons at South River and lead the team to a state title in 2005 and 2012. Her assistant, Megan Atkinson will take over as head coach. “We are extremely grateful to the service that Katie Corcoran has provided South River High School’s field hockey program,” said Athletic Director David Kingel. “Her integrity, sportsmanship, and performance over the past eight years has continued the programs long history of success. We wish Katie the best in her family endeavors and she will always be welcome back as a resource to our program.”
Friday, February 8, 2013
South River High School's Lavon Chaney, Michael Seaberg and Abbey Lawrence will continue their athletic careers in college.
Three South River High School athletes have recently committed to continue their athletic careers in college. According to athletic director David Klingel, football standout Lavon Chaney has committed to play football at Monmouth. Field hockey star Abbey Lawrence will be playing at Lasalle, and Michael Seaberg will swim at Duke. In the 2012 season, Chaney helped lead the Seahawks to their first postseason appearance since 2006. He consistently led the state in rushing yard and was named Capital Gazette Communications’ Football Player of the Year. During his senior year, Chaney led Anne Arundel County with 1,491 yards rushing and 16 touchdowns on 159 carries and averaged 9.4 yards per carry, according to The Capital Gazette. In field hockey…
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 …
Monday, November 19, 2012
For the first time in the school's history, two girls sports programs claimed state championships in the same season.
In the past, South River's girls sports teams have come awfully close to claiming a two-title season. Back in 2005, the Seahawks' field hockey team won the title, but the girls soccer squad fell short in the championship game. However, last week, the local school community saw both those teams claim championships, allowing South River to claim it has one of the most impressive girls sports programs in the state—at least for now. The field hockey squad soundly defeated Catonsville High 6-0 last week. That performance was followed up and matched by the girls soccer team, which won a state title of their own in penalties against Bethesda-Chevy Chase High on Saturday. For the girls soccer team, the championship was its first since back-to-…
Monday, November 12, 2012
The Seahawks cruised past Catonsville High, scoring six goals and allowing none.
South River's field hockey team are state champions, thanks to a stellar showing against Catonsville High on Saturday. The Seahawks secured the victory with relative ease, scoring six goals against Catonsville and not allowing a single score on defense. Local South River parent and photographer Jan Gratz took plenty of photos. Here is a photo gallery of the big game, along with some great moments from the state championship celebrations.