PERRYVILLE — Two missed field goal attempts, a point-after-touchdown kick that bounced off the uprights, a lost fumble and an interception. These are reasons why Perryville could have been one and done in the Class 1A East Region football tournament.
CAMBRIDGE — What is believed to be the largest turnout of girls for the cross country program at Kent County High School was punctuated with three Trojans competing in the Class 1A East Region championship race Oct. 31. Freshmen Lacy Ervin and Stephanie Hogan and junior Marie Zappia are all …
FEDERALSBURG — Kent County had the misfortune of drawing red-hot Colonel Richardson in the Class 1A East Region II volleyball tournament’s opening round.
CAMBRIDGE — The youthful Trojans nearly qualified as a team for the state championship cross country meet, surprising themselves and their coach.
WORTON — Two early goals in the span of 53 seconds carried Kent County’s boys to a first-round victory in the 1A East Region I soccer tournament Oct. 24.
CAMBRIDGE — The Trojans are assured of at least one more race this cross country season as they aim to qualify for the state meet. But if it had ended last week, at the Bayside Conference championships, it would be all good.
WORTON — Dave Boyle was hoping the Trojans would show up Friday night. It was homecoming after all, and he didn’t want a repeat of the previous week’s 35-point loss at Cambridge.
WORTON — All head coaching positions have been filled at Kent County High School for the winter season, and approved by the school board at its Oct. 14 meeting. The first day of practice, as allowed by the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association, is Nov. 15.
WORTON — Too many injuries and too much time off conspired against Kent County’s girls, who were eliminated too early in the Class 1A East soccer tournament.
WORTON — Freshman quarterback Marcus Boyle broke a couple of tackles on the way to a 55-yard touchdown run on Kent County’s first possession Oct. 17, a thrilling start to the return of junior varsity football here.
WORTON — Kent County's soccer teams will open their respective region tournaments at home, according to bracket seedings that were announced Monday.
CAMBRIDGE — “Absolutely self-imploded,” coach Dave Boyle said of the Trojans’ performance last Friday night at Cambridge. They gave away 35 points, Boyle said, in a 54-19 blowout that he characterized as “possibly the ugliest game ever.”
CENTREVILLE — While it may be another year before the youthful Trojans qualify as a team for the state cross country championship, head coach Henry Sabetti said he is more than content with the consistent improvement they are making.