EASTON — Underclassmen Alex Joiner and Claire O'Brien earned gold stars last week for their willingness to swim the most difficult events — the 200 individual medley and the 500 freestyle, respectively.
WORTON — It’s been a puzzle for Kent County varsity boys basketball coach Sobaye Scott, trying to put the pieces together while the reigning team MVP is sidelined with a toe injury.
SNOW HILL — There was little fanfare to mark a huge accomplishment for Kent County's storied wrestling program last week. That's because the Trojans' historic 400th victory came on the road and was so lopsided.
WORTON — What coach Darryl Deaton described as “lights-out defense” wasn’t enough Thursday for Kent County’s junior varsity boys in their first home basketball game of the new decade.
SALISBURY — Taking a chapter out of the Charles Dickens’ novel about Christmas past and Christmas future, Kent County wrestling coach Chris Yiannakis has a pretty good gauge on where his team is now.
CRISFIELD — Sierra Frain knocked down three 3-pointers and Ti’Aishah “Ty” Moody scored 10 points in the fourth quarter to carry Kent County past North Hampton, Va., 59-39, in the first game of a holiday basketball tournament here Friday.
WORTON — Alex Bellarin, Will Ashmore and Brandon Crouch led their respective weight classes and Kent County pinned down the team title of its annual holiday wrestling tournament Dec. 13-14, a first for the rebuilding KCHS program since the current seniors were toddlers.
SNOW HILL — It’s not always possible to do everything you want to, especially if you are a high school student trying to balance academic demands with athletic commitments. That was true for some members of Kent County’s indoor track and field program, who had to forego the final meet of 201…
SNOW HILL — Freshman Jacob Bohle was a mid- to late-season bloomer in the fall in cross country, finishing so strongly that he earned team MVP honors. That success is carrying over into the indoor season for Bohle, who is pacing Kent County in the 800 and 1600 meters.
CHESTERTOWN — As its roster continues to shrink — the latest count is about half a dozen swimmers — it’s going to be difficult for Kent County’s girls team to win a meet.
WORTON — A 14-4 run to open the second half, sparked by a solid effort at the defensive end of the court, carried host Kent County past Colonel Richardson, 47-37, in junior varsity boys basketball Dec. 19.