Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Here's a rundown of upcoming games and post-season play for South River High School sports teams.
The winter sports season may be coming to an end, but South River High School athletes are still busy. Both the swimming and wrestling teams will participate in post-season matches this weekend, and the boys and girls basketball teams will look to finish out their seasons strong. Here's a rundwon of the upcoming schedule for varsity sports teams: Thursday: Friday Saturday
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Colin Alley is a senior on South River High School's varsity wrestling team.
Patch stopped by South River High School on Jan. 31 and spoke with senior Colin Alley, 17, about his wrestling career and life at SRHS. Edgewater-Davidsonville Patch: What is your favorite South River wrestling memory? Colin Alley: Winning in overtime against Stephen Decatur to go to the state semifinals last year. Edgewater-Davidsonville Patch: How is your season going so far and what are your expectations heading into the post-season? Alley: Our season is going pretty good, we are undefeated in the county and the goal is to win a state championship either by myself or as a team. Edgewater-Davidsonville Patch: What other groups or activities do you participate in at South River High School? Alley: I played soccer. Edgewater-Davidsonville …
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Austin Alley is a senior on the South River High wrestling team.
Patch stopped by South River High School and spoke with senior Austin Alley, 17, about his wrestling career and life at SRHS. Edgewater-Davidsonville Patch: What is your favorite South River wrestling memory? Austin Alley: Riding the bus down to Stephen Decatur on the Eastern Shore, it was just a lot of fun and we were messing around. We also got to stop at Wawa on the way and get food, which was cool. Edgewater-Davidsonville Patch: How is your season going so far and what are your expectations heading into the postseason? Alley: We’re doing pretty well right now. We’re undefeated in the county. We have regions on Wednesday and hopefully states if we win regions. Team-wise, I think we can go pretty far in the state and the goal is to win …
Tuesday, January 22, 2013
South River also finished third in the wrestling tournament held Friday and Saturday at Archbishop Spalding High.
South River and Arundel finished in the top five in the Cavalier Duals wrestling tournament over the weekend while host school Archbishop Spalding finished second, local news outlets reported. The Baltimore Sun reported that John Carroll High took home first place after beating Spalding in the final and going unbeaten during the two-day affair. South River finished in third place after beating Loudoun County High 52-9. Arundel finished fifth after a tie of Mount St. Joseph's. Old Mill High finished 8th. Read full reports from the tournament in the Baltimore Sun and The Capital.
Saturday, January 19, 2013
Top wrestlers from around the region gathered at Archbishop Spalding High for the first day of the prestigious tournament.
Top high school wrestlers from around the region took to the mats Friday at the first day of the Cavalier Duals at Archbishop Spalding High School. Photographer Todd Breese was on hand to capture the action. Spalding finished the day 2-0 while Arundel, South River and Old Mill went 1-1. Here's a look at the results from the day: Spalding 61, Western Tech 15 Arundel 60, Oxford 17 South River 78, George Mason 0 Mount St. Joseph 38, George Mason 28 Spalding 41, Loyola 11 John Carroll 39, South River 15 Loudoun County 49, Arundel 12 Arundel 48, Western Tech 23 South River 62, George Marshall 6 Loyola 52, Oxford 19 Saturday's action will begain at 9:30 a.m. The quarterfinals will feature South River vs. Spalding; Mt. St. Joseph vs. Arundel…