FELTON, Del. — The name Bianca Baker is becoming synonymous with the Two Bay Invitational as the Sho’men Aquatics headline-maker, only 11, has won her fourth age-group trophy in as many years.
CHESTERTOWN — Sho’men Aquatics piled up more than 400 points to soundly defeat Chesapeake Spirit of Queen Anne’s County on Saturday, putting the exclamation point on a 4-0 winter season for age-group swimmers on the Delmarva Peninsula.
CHESTERTOWN — A longstanding but largely unsung collaboration between a local youth swimming group, Special Olympics athletes and Washington College’s swimming program is getting its moment in the spotlight this month in a most unlikely arena — at M&T Bank Stadium during the Baltimore Ra…
CHESTERTOWN — Sho’men Aquatics won its first age-group swim meet of the winter season in dominating fashion Nov. 23, sweeping the events for 15- to 18-year-old girls and boys and nearly sweeping events in two other divisions.
CHESTERTOWN — Kent School’s middle school field hockey team went unbeaten this fall, posting seven shutouts in a 7-0-1 campaign. Only a scoreless tie with St. Michaels kept Kent School from having a perfect season.
CHESTERTOWN — Seven years ago, Cecelia Schweitzer pestered her mother about becoming a volunteer with her Special Olympic athlete friends. Then she pestered to be allowed to bring a Sho’men Aquatics age-group swim teammate with her. Then she asked to bring another, and another, and her siste…
GEORGETOWN, DEL. — Sho’men Aquatics’ 15- to 18-year-old girls ruled their age group at the Delmarva Swim Association Championships, medaling in all seven events and establishing a meet record in the 200-yard medley relay.
CUMBERLAND — Talbot posts 70/77 was eliminated from the American Legion state baseball tournament Aug. 1, losing 10-4 to eventual champion Funkstown Post 11 in the morning and 8-6 to Garrett posts 71/214 in an afternoon loss-bracket game at the Allegany County Fairgrounds.
CUMBERLAND — The Talbot posts 70/77 American Legion baseball team won its opener in the state tournament Monday afternoon, 3-0, against Laurel Post 60 at the Allegany County Fairgrounds' Memorial Field.
CHESTERTOWN — Building momentum as they head to the league championships at the end of the month, Sho’men Aquatics age-group swimmers defeated their Delaware Riptide opponents July 18 in the regular-season finale to finish 7-0.
CHESTERTOWN — More than two dozen Sho’men Aquatics swimmers took home medals Saturday from the annual invitational, a longer-distance summer meet that is one of the premier events for age-group swimmers on the Shore.
CHESTER — At age 10, nationally recognized cadet-category go kart racer Ben Maier of Chester already has a need for speed, and he has the victories and accolades piling up to prove it. He is a five-time national champion.
EASTON — Mitch Gunther scattered three hits in six innings for the win and Colin Athey knocked in the winning run in the top of the seventh June 11 to lead Kent-Queen Anne’s Post 18 to a 6-4 victory over Talbot Post 70 in American Legion baseball.
FREDERICA, Del. — Kent County midfielder Marcus Boyle found the back of the net five times in Kent’s 8-5 victory last week, almost single-handedly defeating Fruitland in the championship game of the 14U division of the Eastern Shore Youth Lacrosse Association.
CHICAGO — Sam Yetman of Chestertown consistently has made 20 or more of the 25 free throw attempts he is allotted in the Elks Hoop Shoot contest at each of the local, district, state and regional levels. That kind of accuracy has taken 10-year-old Sam all the way to the national finals in Ch…
CHESTERTOWN — Kent County Middle School’s girls ran the table against all Eastern Shore opponents, punctuating their unbeaten basketball season with a 57-26 defeat of Centreville Middle School in the Feb. 28 finale.
ROCK HALL — Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge, in cooperation with the National Wild Turkey Federation, is conducting a spring turkey hunt on the refuge for youth ages 12 to 16.