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  • ‘Strictly Business’: Severna Park Football Defeats Old Mill, 28-21

    There wasn’t any belief outside the Severna Park locker room, but inside there was more than enough to pull off the stunner of the 2018 football season.

    The Falcons went to Old Mill on September 21, bringing with them three hours of near-perfect execution and the wherewithal to overcome a...

  • To The Rescue: Severna Park Boys Swipe Win Late Vs. South River, 2-1

    Down 1-0 to South River with only five minutes left to play on September 17, the Severna Park boys soccer team could have easily cited plenty positives even in a loss and chalked it all up as a learning experience on the road.

    But no. The Falcons never relented the pressure that had kept them...

  • Behind The Scenes Of Fall SportsExclusive

    The temperatures were high and the nights were long, but as summer came to a close, the athletes of Severna Park High School were working hard on and off the field to prepare for the upcoming season. From 6:00am practices to 6:00pm conditioning, there was always a team to be seen around the school...
  • New Era: Severna Park Football Wins Season, Stadium Opener

    The Severna Park football program waited almost four years for a home football game, so waiting an extra 20 hours to finish one wasn’t too much.

    Playing the first varsity football game on the school’s newly constructed stadium field, the Falcons overcame a lightning postponement at...

  • Severna Park Cross Country Boys, Girls Shine At Seahawk Invite

    The Severna Park boys cross country team ran at its typically dominant level and the Severna Park girls announced their intentions to contend for the state when cross country teams from around Maryland gathered at South River High School for the season-opening Seahawk Invitational on September 1...
  • Severna Park Golf Thriving To Start Season

    The Severna Park golf team is off to a strong start in its quest to repeat as county champions, and the Falcons have their sights set even higher this fall with a deep team capable of making noise at the district and state level.

    The Falcons moved to 3-0 in A Division play on August 30 by...

  • Severna Park JV Football Tops North County, 24-14

    The Severna Park varsity football team had added incentive to get a win in their first game at the school’s new stadium: The JV Falcons warmed up the new turf with a win of their own.

    Severna Park’s JV football team jumped out to an early lead on North County and broke a 14-14 tie in...

  • Green Hornet 10U’s Dominate In Season Opener

    The 10U A Division Green Hornets football team got its title defense underway in emphatic fashion, excelling in every facet of the game en route to a 28-0 defeat of Upper Queen Anne’s at Kinder Park on September 1.

    Touchdowns by Jack Fowler, Sean Johnson, Kayden Tasker and Ryan “...

  • Pride In SP: 10U Girls Claim Trophy At August Cup

    The Severna Park U10 Pride girls soccer team started the fall season by netting a trophy with a 4-0 performance at the August Cup in Germantown.

    The team of Avery Billmyer, Izzy Burleson, Claire Farley, Molly Koistinen, Rilynn Kusiak, Ella McLaughlin, Lilly Mosher, Brooke Nobleza, Audrey Smith,...

  • SP U8 Girls Win Summer Cup In Crownsville

    The Severna Park Premier Green 2010 girls soccer team completed its inaugural season with a championship win at the June Cup in Crownsville. Competing up in age against three U9 teams, the U8 girls won all three of their games, scoring a combined 24 goals in the tournament and not allowing a single...
  • Pirates Are Majors Club Champs

    The Pirates defeated the Marlins 8-6 to win the Green Hornets Majors club baseball championship.

    The team of Liam Turner, Joshua Hong, Declan Karney, Galen Richardson, Kiernan Robinson, Leo Havens, Ryan Crowley, Zachary Given, Trevor Boyle, Will Garzon, Brayden Murphy, Julian Murphy and Joe O...

  • Choose To Drink Water

    Sugary drinks contribute to tooth decay. Acidic drinks cause erosion that wears away healthy tooth enamel. The average teenager drinks more than 60 gallons of soft drinks per year. A better choice is water.

    Q: What is in a sports drink?

    A: Most sports drinks contain water, salt and sugar....

  • Back To School: How To Have A Healthy, Safe School Year

    The start of a new school year brings many questions not only for students but for parents as well. Here are some common questions that parents might have regarding the health and safety of their children when they’re in the classroom.

     

    My Child Needs To Take Medication At School...

  • What You Need To Know About Lyme Disease

    Lyme disease is the most common tick-borne disease in Anne Arundel County, as well as in Maryland and the United States. Cases of Lyme disease are found throughout the county and are not concentrated in any particular area. The county had 126 cases of Lyme disease in 2017, 175 cases in 2016, 107...
  • Who’s Holding You Back?

    I talked to a member of our gym the other day about the workout she just finished. She was smiling and could not contain how excited she was for what she was about to say.

    During her workout, there was an exercise she had not performed before. She told me that, as she approached this movement,...

  • Severna Park Filmmaker Aims To Engage And Inform

    Fantasy And Symbolism Are Hallmarks Of Lindsay Corriveau’s Work

    As a child, she was enamored of the tale of children stumbling through a wardrobe to find a mythical world plagued by perpetual winter. Then came the story of a wizard with a lightning-shaped scar on his forehead. And later,...

  • Watercolors At Woods Church Introduce “A Brush With Color”

    A peacock, an Indian villager and a flowerpot walk into a church.

    OK, this isn’t the start of a bad joke but rather a taste of the diversity people will find at Woods Memorial Presbyterian Church from August 26 to September 23 as the Annapolis Watercolor Club presents a new exhibit titled...

  • “Blackkklansman” Is Funny, Poignant, Powerful And Present

    I wasn’t exactly sure how a Spike Lee and a Jordan Peele mashup would turn out, but let me tell you, it was a thing of beauty. Just as there were black authors with different voices (Maya Angelou, James Baldwin), black activists with different viewpoints (Booker T. Washington, W.E.B. Du Bois...
  • Professional Dancer Calls Severna Park Home

    A Maryland native with a unique history when it comes to dance, Michelle Smith has known since about 6 years old that dance needed to be a major part of her life, whether she was performing or behind the scenes.

    “I love to dance,” she said, “but I love to work with people more...

  • Bon Appétit: JJ Galloway Serves Up Food-Inspired Art

    JJ Galloway has been a Severna Park resident since the mid ‘90s, but she is leaving her mark at galleries and shows throughout the country with her food- and beverage-themed art.

    Because her mother and grandfather were both hobbyists, Galloway has been surrounded by art her entire life....

  • Make Firehouse Subs Your First Response To Hunger

    Firehouse Subs is more than a sub shop. It’s an experience. From the red brick décor, the Dalmatian tabletops and firefighting gear to pictures of local firemen and a unique mural on the wall, the place screams for a flashing red light or a fire pole.

    The shop is roomy and has...

  • Amy Andrews Brings Musical Talents To Hatton Regester Green

    When she’s not driving lengthy distances between shows, singer-songwriter Amy Andrews likes to unwind by trekking up and down the B&A Trail.

    “I spent so much time walking the trail,” Andrews said. “I love that trail so much. I don’t know what it is about it. It...

  • Harbor City Music Company Prepares For Fall Show

    If you’ve watched the hit show “America’s Got Talent” this year, you know that a large and diverse choir called Angel City Chorale has made it to the finals. Well, watch out Los Angeles, because Severna Park has its own bit of musical diversity with Harbor City Music Company...
  • Anne Arundel Community Concert Association Opens Season With Derik Nelson & Family

    Derik Nelson & Family's unforgettable vocal harmonies and multimedia program will be on display in a concert at Severna Park High School on Tuesday, October 2, at 7:30pm.

    Raised in the Pacific Northwest, Derik Nelson & Family (siblings Derik, Riana and Dalten) have been performing...

  • Auditions For “A Christmas Story” Start September 8

    Pasadena Theatre Company is partnering with Julie and Pete Garvey at Stage & Screen Studios for a non-musical stage version of “A Christmas Story.” The two entities are looking to cast children and adults of all ages. All roles are open with the exception of Santa Claus. All...

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