Friday, January 4, 2013
The Washington Capitals have nominated South River High's ice hockey team for its "game of the week," potentially earning the squad special coverage for their matchup with Thomas Stone High on Jan. 11.
South River High’s ice hockey team is one of the featured nominees in The Washington Capitals’ “game of the week” voting contest. On Jan. 11, the Seahawks face off against Thomas Stone High, and if you vote for their matchup as the game of the week, the contest will be covered by the NHL’s Washington Capitals. In partnership with the “Caps” and the Maryland Student Hockey League, whichever matchup gets the most votes on the official website will earn a high-production digital segment on the NHL team's website—featuring highlights, analysis and a lot more. Special “Caps” personalities including their mascot Slapshot, the Red Rockers and NHL alumni will also be in attendance for the winning matchup. Voting runs now until Monday at 5 p.m., so…
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Now in its second year, the SRYA field hockey program is offering additional skill levels for high school students.
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
The following post was submitted by Jenny Yates, head of the South River Youth Athletics' (SRYA) field hockey program. We decided to start field hockey for SRYA in 2011 because it was not being offered, but a lot of girls wanted to play and needed a program. New to the program this year will be a senior team that will provide the high school aged girls a place to play if they are not playing on the high school team. We feel that sports are important at all ages because the kids learn so many life lessons while having fun playing a sport. We teach them sportsmanship, teamwork, build self-confidence, and provide coaches who are good role models. Practices are twice a week and will start in August. Games will start after Labor Day and could …
Monday, February 27, 2012
South River's girls basketball team will face Severna Park High Monday night.
After earning a first-round bye, South River’s girls basketball team faces Severna Park Monday night in the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association (MPSSAA) regional quarterfinals. The game will be the Seahawks’ first step towards a state title and after going 18-4 in all competitions, head coach Mike Zivic has one message for his girls. “Refuse to lose.” That’s been the motto for Zivic and his squad as they approached the playoffs. The Seahawks only lost twice to county opponents, losing 85-65 at home to Meade High and 50-42 at home against Annapolis High. However, Zivic told Patch he knows what needs to be done in order to push his team further into the playoffs. He said Severna Park is a "very well-rounded team. They get …
Sunday, October 9, 2011
Varsity and junior varsity teams both having stellar season.