Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Bre Bolden was named to The Baltimore Sun’s All-Metro selection.
A South River High School standout athlete has been named to The Baltimore Sun’s All-Metro team. Senior basketball star Bre Bolden was the lone South River athlete recognized by The Sun. Bolden earned first-team All-Metro honors. The Baltimore Sun’s All-Metro team honors top athletes from area schools. Bolden was a member of the 2012-2013 South River girls basketball team. She helped lead the team to the Class 4A girls basketball region final where they fell to North Point. Patch spoke with Bolden in January about her expectations for the team and her plans for the future. She said she will be attending the College of Charleston to play basketball and major in business next fall. To read more of Patch's interview with Bolden click here.
Thursday, February 28, 2013
The South River girls basketball team defeated Leonardtown Wednesday night.
The South River girls basketball team topped Leonardtown 46-26 Wednesday night to set up a region final against North Point for the third year in a row. The No. 2 Seahwaks will battle No. 1 North Point on Friday evening in a scene that is all too familiar to the team. "We lost to North Point in regional final the last two years," South River coach Mike Zivic said. The Seahawks are coming off a successful season with a 22-3 record and a victory over Arundel in the county championship game. But a win over North Point still stands between the team and a berth into the regional championship game. Last week, senior Tiffany McKinney told Patch she knows how it feels to end the season with a lost to North Point, and doesn't want the younger …
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
South River High's girls basketball team defeated Broadneck 51-40 Monday night.
The South River girls basketball team took one step closer to a state title Monday night, when it defeated Broadneck in the second round of the MPSSAA Class 4A state basketball playoffs. The No. 2 Seahawks (21-3) topped No. 7 Broadneck 51-40 and will now face Leonardtown on Wednesday night. For the past two seasons, South River's season has come to an end with a loss to North Point in the region finals. North Point will face Severna Park High on Wednesday. If both South River and North Point win on Wednesday, the two teams will once again face off in the region finals on March 1 or 2. Last week, senior Tiffany McKinney told Patch that while the prospect of another game with North Point is heavy on the team's mind, it's important they take …
Friday, February 22, 2013
The South River High girls basketball earned a first round bye and a No. 2 seed in the MPSSAA tournament.
For the past two season the South River High girls basketball season has come to an end the same way—with a loss to North Point in the region finals. This year, the Seahawks (20-3) will look to avenge those loses—but to get there they will first have to tackle some county opponents. South River is fresh off a victory over Arundel in the county championship game and has earned a first round bye along with a No. 2 seed in the Class 4A girls basketball tournament. The team will face the winner of the Meade-Broadneck game on Monday in the second round of the tournament. "It’s tough because you have to be ready for both teams so you are basically prepping for two opponents," said six-year coach Mike Zivic. During the regular season, South River…
Saturday, March 3, 2012
Recapping the biggest stories from Feb. 26 to March 3.
Covering news in Edgewater-Davidsonville is never boring, especially when you have an opportunity to get a behind-the-scene look at local legends or meet people with one-of-a-kind stories. I was able to do lots of interesting articles this week, and here are my Top 5 stories from this past week. No. 1—The Woodland Beach Volunteer Fire Department announced it will eventually move to a new location after it purchased property at the corner of Maryland Route 2 and Maryland Route 214. The new building and land will not only allow the fire company to have more advanced technological equipment, it will help them respond to emergencies more quickly. No. 2—Once every four years, leap year babies all over the world get to celebrate their “real …
For the second year in a row, North Point knocked out South River's girls basketball team from the Class 4A MPSSAA playoffs.
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
The girls basketball team at South River defeated the Falcons, led by Tiffany McKinney's 20 points.
South River’s girls basketball team advanced to the MPSSAA Class 4A Regional Semifinals Monday night after they defeated Severna Park High 58-44. Prior to the game, Seahawks head coach Mike Zivic said making the most of every possession was key to victory, and that’s exactly what his team did. Both The Capital and the South River Source were at the game Monday night as South River’s Tiffany McKinney led the team with 20 points, helping the team get off to a quick 16-4 lead in the first quarter. McKinney told The Capital that the early lead was critical to the team’s victory. The squad will now host Broadneck High Wednesday night at 7 p.m. at the South River gymnasium. The Bruins are ranked as the No. 3 seed, only one spot behind South …