Monday, May 6, 2013
Don't forget Mother's Day is on Sunday, May 12. Have you made brunch plans yet?
Yard sales and flea markets, plus a 5K and Mother's Day festivities are just a few events happening in Edgewater and Davidsonville this week. Here's a schedule of upcoming events: Wolf's Open Blues Jam When: May 8, 8 p.m. Where: Blair's Londontowne Pub Details: All styles of electric blues welcome. Drum kit, mics and amps provided but you're welcome to bring your own amp or harmonica mic. Spring Flea Market When: May 11, 8 a.m. Where: American Legion Post #226 Details: Spaces can be reserved for $10 with this flier. Community Yard Sale When: May 11, 8 a.m. Where: 3441 Blandford Way, Davidsonville Details: The sale will take place in the Wynnewood community. Laps for Literacy 5K to Benefit Southern Middle School When: May 11, 8:30 a.m. …
Thursday, January 3, 2013
Despite never playing together in a major tournament, the team earned a solid second place finish.
Thursday, January 3
The following article was shared by Daniel Waz and edited. At the conclusion of its fall clinic soccer season, South River Your Athletics (SRYA) formed an under-8 girls all-star team comprised of players from every team in its in-house clinic league. The team, coached by Dan Waz, had less than two weeks to gel as a team and prepare for the 24th annual Mountain Road Soccer Tournament. Full of excitement for attending their first tournament, the Seahawks opened the tournament strongly by shutting out Broadneck 4-0, with goals by Adrianna Parker (2), Erica Yamaner and Savannah Hannon. Midfielders Rachael Barge, Hannah Degen, Lily Mullen, Caroline Trent and Calen Norton outran their Broadneck opponents, sending the ball back into the …
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
The three boys are shooting for a spot in the impressive Olympic Development Program soccer team, pitting the state's top talent against one another.
Three local, young athletes were recently selected to try out for positions with the nationally recognized Maryland Olympic Development Program (ODP) soccer team this coming spring. Drew Peterson, Michael Grigsby and Michael Daily, athletes from the South River Youth Athletics’ (SRYA) U11 soccer academy, were hand picked to compete with 185 other boys for positions on the ODP team. The nationally recognized team is an entry-level program to identify the state’s best players and compete in various tournaments. Some of the top players at nationally ranked college programs got their start with ODP programs throughout the country. If the three boys make the squad, they’ll be competing in the U12 league against other stud soccer players from …
Friday, November 16, 2012
The young athletes followed in the footsteps of the state championship-winning varsity girls soccer team.
The following post was submitted by Michael Grigsby, and edited. The U13 SRYA Lady Seahawks Division 1 soccer team won a share of the Anne Arundel County Championship last weekend at Northeast High. The girls beat an undefeated and un-scored upon Mountain Road team 1-0. Hannah McGlyn struck a missile shot from outside the box with 15 minutes left in the game. At that point the Lady Seahawks went to their “Pac Man” formation and held off a tough Mountain Road squad. Goalie Grace Drago had multiple saves in the first half to keep her clean sheet. “This team never ceases to amaze me,” said coach Mike Grigsby. The Lady Seahawks also were a finalist in the “Arundel Cup” this fall too. Team members include: Megan Adair, Allison Barrett, …
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
South River Blue Boys U13 team won won the Baltimore Beltway Soccer League division for second straight season on Saturday.
The following article was submitted by Stefan Koziolek and edited. The South River Blues Boys U13 team completed an undefeated season Saturday—taking first place in their Baltimore Beltway Soccer League division. The Blues held the Baltimore Rapids scoreless throughout the game with Ben Talbott handcuffing the Rapids leading scorer and Jack Sykes, Travis Quick, Dylan Cyphers, Nick Salamy, and Justin Bowersox taking care of the rest. Nick Moore made six saves in the first half while the Blues played into a strong wind. Early in the second half, Michael Catapano opened the scoring with a blast from outside the box to take a 1-0 lead. Jared Munie added a goal soon after and the Blues closed out the scoring with a redirection off a defender …
Saturday, August 4, 2012
Here's a look back at the biggest headlines of the week.
No. 1—No Local Businesses on ‘True Blue’ Certification List Not one Edgewater or Davidsonville business appeared on the list of Maryland’s True Blue campaign, a program that promotes and identifies local businesses that use genuine Maryland blue crabs in their dishes. The Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) launched the True Blue campaign in May, which is a way to promote businesses that use locally sourced crab meat. Businesses throughout the state had to apply in order to receive "True Blue" certification, but none from Edgewater or Davidsonville either applied or received approval. No. 2—Local Politicians Show Support of Chick-fil-A County Councilman Jerry Walker (R-7th District) and Republican Congressional candidate Faith …
Thursday, August 2, 2012
SRYA President Mike Sweeney said it was a no-brainer—no pun intended.
South River Youth Athletics (SRYA) football officials recently spent $20,000 on state-of-the art concussion-reducing helmets to ensure the safety of its athletes. For the upcoming fall season, players ranging in age from 4 to 14 will benefit from brand new helmets that provide extra cushion and lower jaw support. For daily headlines, follow Edgewater-Davidsonville Patch on Facebook, Twitter and the newsletter. The helmets, provided by Riddell, cost the local nonprofit sports organization $20,000, but it’s an expense that’s worth every penny, according to league officials. “There are a lot of things we need, but the safety of the kids is number one,” said SRYA Assistant Football Commissioner Charlie Garofolo. Inside each helmet are several…
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
The young Seahawks ended their season on a high note, ending with an 18-1 record.
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
The following post was submitted by Erica Cumbow. South River Youth Athletics' 10U softball team won the North County Community Girls Softball League Championship on Saturday. They faced the Severn Bulldogs in a double-header, and came out on top. The girls won the first game 13-12 and the second game 27-11. The championship wrapped up the Seahawks' 18-1 overall season. Great job 10U Seahawks! Are you a proud parent of a local athlete? Share your announcements, news or team updates and I'll post them on Patch.
Thursday, January 26, 2012
Both the South River Snohawks and South River Youth Athletics team significantly exceeded their donation goals for Special Olympics Maryland.
The South River “Snohawks” recently announced that they reached their donation goal for this year’s Polar Bear Plunge. Doug Brown, the team’s captain, student government and senior class advisor, said the school hopes to get 250 people involved and raise $20,000 for Special Olympics Maryland. The team exceeded both targets by registering 287 plungers and raising $33,902.45 in donations. In an interview with WBAL, several South River students expressed their excitement at meeting the team’s goals. "Everybody wants to go and freeze their feet off. I mean it's just fun to go and participate and we're trying to beat other schools. We are in first place right now for raising money," South River High student Michael Seaberg told WBAL. The …