April 22, 2018
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    • Severna Park's Campbell Kline had another three hits on Thursday against North County, giving her 32 in 12 games this season, to help the Falcons move to 9-0 in county play and 11-1 overall with a 6-1 victory over the Knights.Photo by Colin Murphy
      Severna Park's Campbell Kline had another three hits on Thursday against North County, giving her 32 in 12 games this season, to help the Falcons move to 9-0 in county play and 11-1 overall with a 6-1 victory over the Knights.

    Falcons Defeat North County, Set Up Friday Night Showdown With Chesapeake

    By Colin Murphy
    For the Severna Park softball team, Thursday’s matchup with North County was the proverbial trap game.
    The Falcons were riding an eight-game win streak and hadn’t lost to a county opponent all season. A win would set up a Friday battle between Chesapeake and Severna Park with both...
    • Broadneck's Grace Lear defended the attack of Severn's Emily Ingrao during the Bruins' win over the Admirals on March 29.Photo by Colin Murphy
      Broadneck's Grace Lear defended the attack of Severn's Emily Ingrao during the Bruins' win over the Admirals on March 29.

    Into The Fire: Top Girls Lax Teams Clash At South River

    By Colin Murphy
    There are no days off for the area’s contending girls lacrosse teams.
    Severna Park, Broadneck and Severn were among 16 teams from around the state that gathered at South River over the final days of March to get in a pair of early-season games against quality opposition.
    They were joined by...

    Mustangs Go 10-0 For County Boys Hoops Crown

    By Colin Murphy
    The Mago Vista Mustangs boys 9U basketball team completed a 10-0 season to win the county championship in the Anne Arundel County Recreation and Parks 9U C-3 division.
    The team of Koa Hamilton, Conor Mastromarco, Noah Awa, Jack Gildea, Landon Noble, Luke Smith, Aiden Geissler, Paul White Jr. and...
    • The Falcons were all smiles after their season-opening 3-0 win over Arundel.Photo by Colin Murphy
      The Falcons were all smiles after their season-opening 3-0 win over Arundel.
    • Kylie Dingess' two-run home run gave the Falcons a couple insurance runs en route to a 3-0 win.Photo by Colin Murphy
      Kylie Dingess' two-run home run gave the Falcons a couple insurance runs en route to a 3-0 win.
    • Marissa Heuer was sharp in the circle for Severna Park, striking out 13 and allowing no runs in the complete-game win.Photo by Colin Murphy
      Marissa Heuer was sharp in the circle for Severna Park, striking out 13 and allowing no runs in the complete-game win.

    Falcon Softball Opens With Win Over Arundel

    By Colin Murphy
    With nine returning players, the Severna Park softball team has the experience to maintain its mettle in tight games this season.
    The Falcons kept their composure in opening the season with a win over visiting Arundel on March 26, pitching well, making plays defensively to escape a late-inning jam...
    • Josh Coffman (41) roared in celebration after a second-quarter goal on Tuesday against Spalding. The Falcons opened their new stadium turf with a 13-12 win over the Cavaliers as part of the Public-Private Boys Lacrosse Challenge.Photo by Colin Murphy
      Josh Coffman (41) roared in celebration after a second-quarter goal on Tuesday against Spalding. The Falcons opened their new stadium turf with a 13-12 win over the Cavaliers as part of the Public-Private Boys Lacrosse Challenge.
    • Mikey Harmeyer celebrated a goal for Severna Park as the Falcons came out on top of Spalding, 13-12.Photo by Colin Murphy
      Mikey Harmeyer celebrated a goal for Severna Park as the Falcons came out on top of Spalding, 13-12.
    • Dean Draughn (11) was congratulated by teammates Jack Thomas (18) and Hans Hansen (4) after Thomas assisted Draughn's goal in the third quarter on Tuesday.Photo by Colin Murphy
      Dean Draughn (11) was congratulated by teammates Jack Thomas (18) and Hans Hansen (4) after Thomas assisted Draughn's goal in the third quarter on Tuesday.

    Severna Park Boys Top Spalding In High-Powered Showdown, 13-12

    By Colin Murphy
    This article will appear with additional exclusive photos and updated info in the April print edition of the Severna Park Voice.
    Coming into Tuesday night’s showdown between Severna Park and Archbishop Spalding in the boys lacrosse Public-Private Challenge at Severna Park High School, the...
    • Cam Clark (24) received congratulations from teammates George Lesher and Jordan Hallet after his walk-off home run lifted Severna Park to an 11-9 win over Arundel on Monday.Photo by Colin Murphy
      Cam Clark (24) received congratulations from teammates George Lesher and Jordan Hallet after his walk-off home run lifted Severna Park to an 11-9 win over Arundel on Monday.

    Five Homers Power Severna Park To Wild Walk-Off Win Over Arundel, 11-9

    By Colin Murphy
    It’s probably a good thing the Severna Park baseball team learned a pair of valuable lessons when it played host to Arundel on March 26: no lead is safe, and anything can happen.
    Fortunately for the Falcons, those lessons came with a promising offensive blitzkrieg and a wild walk-off victory...
    • A year removed from graduating five starters, Jessica Giblin (20), Julia Ryan (21), Lena McLaughlin (24), Emily Summers (4), Rachel Spilker (5) and the Severna Park girls basketball team put together an improbable playoff run all the way to this year's 4A East region final.Photo by Colin Murphy
      A year removed from graduating five starters, Jessica Giblin (20), Julia Ryan (21), Lena McLaughlin (24), Emily Summers (4), Rachel Spilker (5) and the Severna Park girls basketball team put together an improbable playoff run all the way to this year's 4A East region final.

    Severna Park Girls Defy Expectations In Run To Region Final

    By Colin Murphy
    WALDORF, Md.—The Severna Park girls basketball team could have easily had a down season and no one would have wondered why. The excuses were all right there, readymade to fall back on. New coach. Graduated all five starters from last year’s region finalist team. Young roster with no...
    • Emily Knight was ahead of the pack in the 500 meter final on February 20, repeating as indoor state champion in the event. Knight also won the 800 in helping the Falcons to a second-place team finish.Photo by Colin Murphy
      Emily Knight was ahead of the pack in the 500 meter final on February 20, repeating as indoor state champion in the event. Knight also won the 800 in helping the Falcons to a second-place team finish.
    • Jaren Baluyot cleared 13'0" to win the pole vault state championship after an epic vault-off with Urbana's Yuri Brunner.Photo by Colin Murphy
      Jaren Baluyot cleared 13'0" to win the pole vault state championship after an epic vault-off with Urbana's Yuri Brunner.

    Falcons, Bruins Among Best Of The Best At State Meet

    By Colin Murphy
    Severna Park’s Knight, Broadneck’s Baluyot And Ahmar Win Individual Crowns; Lady Falcons Shine As A Team In Second-Place Finish
    The Severna Park girls track and field team shined at the 4A state championship meet on February 20 as athletes from the Severna Park and Broadneck boys and...
    • The Kings defeated the Bucks 69-61 at SPHS to win the 2017-2018 boys scrub championship.Photo by Colin Murphy
      The Kings defeated the Bucks 69-61 at SPHS to win the 2017-2018 boys scrub championship.

    Kings Win High-Scoring Scrub Final Over Bucks, 69-61

    By Colin Murphy
    The Green Hornets boys scrub basketball league concluded on February 25 at Severna Park High School as the Kings defeated the Bucks 69-61 in the postseason tournament’s championship game.
    A team-high 18 points by Kyle DeCrispino as well as 17 points by Hayden Toth and 15 by Nick Grazioli...
    • The scrub champion Mercury are Connor Craig, Gabrielle Diggs, Emily Knight, Grace Knight, Delaney Lee, Kaitlyn McGurk, Heidi Meyers, Lexi Richardson, Ella Ryan and Julia Ryan. The team is coached by Stephanie Edmonston and Stacey Ryan.Photo by Colin Murphy
      The scrub champion Mercury are Connor Craig, Gabrielle Diggs, Emily Knight, Grace Knight, Delaney Lee, Kaitlyn McGurk, Heidi Meyers, Lexi Richardson, Ella Ryan and Julia Ryan. The team is coached by Stephanie Edmonston and Stacey Ryan.

    Growth Of Scrub League A Boon For Local Girls

    By Colin Murphy
    The Green Hornets girls scrub basketball league for high-school aged girls concluded its fifth and most successful season yet on February 24 when the Mercury outlasted the Mystics 22-21 in the league championship game at Severn School.
    The Saturday-afternoon final saw the Mercury rally from an...
  • T-Wolves Win 12-13 Silver Bracket Title In OT

    By Colin Murphy
    With a 34-33 victory over the Lakers in overtime, the Timberwolves captured the Green Hornets boys 12/13 B bracket championship on February 24 at Severn School.
    The team of Luke Lombardo, Jack Beatty, Gavin Buczynski, Liam Cahill, Andrew Tangrea, Brooks Steppe, Adam Marsella, Peter Monaco, Brennan...
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    • The Bucks went 15-4 overall and defeated the Suns in the playoff final to win the Green Hornets 12/13 boys basketball club championship on February 24.Photo by Judy Tacyn
      The Bucks went 15-4 overall and defeated the Suns in the playoff final to win the Green Hornets 12/13 boys basketball club championship on February 24.

    Fear The Dear: Bucks Win Club Crown Over Suns

    By Colin Murphy
    The Bucks completed their season in championship fashion with a 45-30 victory over the Suns to win the Green Hornets boys 12/13 club basketball final at Severn School on February 24.
    The Bucks, who are Gavin Iley, Oliver DiAngelo, Kyle Reincke, Matthew Marcantoni, Ryland Hester, Nikita Vilcu,...
    • The Warriors won the Green Hornets seventh/eighth-grade club basketball championship with a 25-15 victory in the playoff final at Severn School on February 24.Photo by Judy Tacyn
      The Warriors won the Green Hornets seventh/eighth-grade club basketball championship with a 25-15 victory in the playoff final at Severn School on February 24.

    Warriors Win Green Hornets Seventh-Eighth Hoops Title

    By Colin Murphy
    The Green Hornets Warriors girls basketball team coached by Mike Davis overcame its season-long rival by defeating Brandon Goodman’s Green Hornets in the championship game of the seventh/eighth-grade club league at Severn School on February 24.
    The team of Lola Blumenberg, Alyssa Chung,...
    • The Wizards defeated the Thunder 25-19 to take the A bracket title in the Green Hornets 10/11 boys club basketball championship.Photo by Judy Tacyn
      The Wizards defeated the Thunder 25-19 to take the A bracket title in the Green Hornets 10/11 boys club basketball championship.
    • The Cavaliers beat the Magic 23-18 to win the B bracket championship in Green Hornets fifth-sixth grade boys club basketball.Photo by Judy Tacyn
      The Cavaliers beat the Magic 23-18 to win the B bracket championship in Green Hornets fifth-sixth grade boys club basketball.

    Wizards, Cavs Claim 10-11 Boys Hoops Crowns

    By Colin Murphy
    The Green Hornets 10/11-year-old boys club basketball season finished up with two close games on February 24 at Severn School as the Wizards topped the Thunder 25-19 to take the A bracket title and the Cavaliers beat the Magic 23-18 to win the B bracket championship.
    The top eight teams from...
  • Hornets Go 16-1-1 For Fifth-Sixth Club Crown

    By Colin Murphy
    Following an outstanding regular season, the Green Hornets coached by Matt Gray and Brendan O’Brien went 2-0 in the playoffs to win the fifth/sixth-grade club basketball championship.
    Gray’s team of Natalie Brand, Amair Dyer, Ava Gilman, Emma Gray, Danielle Grimes, Olivia Nardone, Ella...
    • The Wizards defeated the Raptors in the Green Hornets club basketball championship game to finish the season undefeated at 12-0.Courtesy photo
      The Wizards defeated the Raptors in the Green Hornets club basketball championship game to finish the season undefeated at 12-0.
    • The Timberwolves defeated the Magic to win the Green Hornets 8/9 boys club basketball B bracket tournament.Courtesy photo
      The Timberwolves defeated the Magic to win the Green Hornets 8/9 boys club basketball B bracket tournament.

    Wizards, Timberwolves Win Green Hornets 8-9 Club Hoops Titles

    By Colin Murphy
    The Green Hornets 8/9 club boys basketball season concluded on February 24 at Folger McKinsey Elementary School with the Wizards topping the Raptors in overtime 26-25 in the A bracket championship and the Timberwolves defeating the Magic 23-20 in the B bracket championship.
    The Wizards prevailed...
    • Severna Park field hockey players (l-r) Emme Sayers, Bella Blumenberg, Hunter Chadwick, Celia Krohn, Ashley Giard, Alex Miller and Hailey Blachley were among 13 of the program’s athletes who were named to the National Field Hockey Coaches Association High School National Academic Squad for maintaining a GPA of 3.5 or higher.Photo by Anna Grace Keller, Voice student intern
      Severna Park field hockey players (l-r) Emme Sayers, Bella Blumenberg, Hunter Chadwick, Celia Krohn, Ashley Giard, Alex Miller and Hailey Blachley were among 13 of the program’s athletes who were named to the National Field Hockey Coaches Association High School National Academic Squad for maintaining a GPA of 3.5 or higher.

    Severna Park Field Hockey Excels On And Off The Field

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    By Anna Grace Keller, Voice student intern
    Thirteen members of the Severna Park field hockey team have made the National Field Hockey Coaches Association High School National Academic Squad. This association recognizes juniors and seniors who have received a minimum unweighted cumulative GPA of 3....
  • Poison Ivy Win Third-Fourth Club Title Over Hurricanes

    By Colin Murphy
    The Poison Ivy defeated the Hurricanes to win the Green Hornets third/fourth-grade girls basketball club championship. Poison Ivy players Emerson Accinelli, Maria Bragg, Kacey Callaway, Laurel Coard, Jocelyn DiAngelo, Maggie Goodman, Abby Kelliher, Stella Kiddney and Rowan Laughon were coached by...
    • Severna Park's Reid Hussey represented at the state meet this February and got on the podium in two separate events.Courtesy photo
      Severna Park's Reid Hussey represented at the state meet this February and got on the podium in two separate events.

    SP Swimming's Hussey Represents At State Meet

    By Colin Murphy
    Severna Park senior swimmer Reid Hussey had a fine day at the Class 43/3A state championship meet at the University of Maryland on February 24, placing in multiple events. Hussey took second place in the 200-yard individual medley and third place in the 100 butterfly. Hussey, a veteran of multiple...
    • The Severna Park girls scored their second road playoff victory of the week on March 1, this time slaying a giant in the county champion Old Mill Patriots. The victory advances Severna Park to Saturday's 4A East region final at North Point.Photo by Colin Murphy
      The Severna Park girls scored their second road playoff victory of the week on March 1, this time slaying a giant in the county champion Old Mill Patriots. The victory advances Severna Park to Saturday's 4A East region final at North Point.
    • The Falcons were once again stingy on defense, clogging up the lanes and forcing the Patriots into turnovers and difficult shots.Photo by Colin Murphy
      The Falcons were once again stingy on defense, clogging up the lanes and forcing the Patriots into turnovers and difficult shots.
    • Jessica Giblin's game-high 15 points included a go-ahead 3-pointer in the final minute that broke a 42-42 tie.Photo by Colin Murphy
      Jessica Giblin's game-high 15 points included a go-ahead 3-pointer in the final minute that broke a 42-42 tie.

    Severna Park Girls Oust Old Mill 47-44, Advance To Region Final

    By Colin Murphy
    On Tuesday the Severna Park girls basketball team turned heads with a playoff win over Meade.
    On Thursday the Falcons took the 4A East playoff bracket and set it on fire.
    Severna Park marched into Old Mill’s home gym Thursday night and stunned the No. 1 Patriots, ending Old Mill’s...
    • The Severna Park girls basketball team celebrated an epic 52-50 win over Meade on Tuesday night. Severna Park, which fell by 22 points to Meade on January 23 advances to Thursday's Section I final against Old Mill. Photo by Colin Murphy
      The Severna Park girls basketball team celebrated an epic 52-50 win over Meade on Tuesday night. Severna Park, which fell by 22 points to Meade on January 23 advances to Thursday's Section I final against Old Mill.
    • Sophomore Lena McLaughlin scored a game-high 18 points to go with 14 rebounds in the victory. “It was really more of a team win," said McLaughlin. "Everyone else passed me the ball, they found the open passes, which made that possible, so it was just great all-around for everyone.”Photo by Colin Murphy
      Sophomore Lena McLaughlin scored a game-high 18 points to go with 14 rebounds in the victory. “It was really more of a team win," said McLaughlin. "Everyone else passed me the ball, they found the open passes, which made that possible, so it was just great all-around for everyone.”
    • Severna Park's Julia Ryan (21), Rachel Spilker (5), Emily Summers (4), Lena McLaughlin (24) and the entire Falcon roster used a smothering zone defense to stifle Meade. “They are really showing up," said Falcons head coach Kris Dean. "They did a great job this week preparing for this team. I’m really proud of them.”Photo by Colin Murphy
      Severna Park's Julia Ryan (21), Rachel Spilker (5), Emily Summers (4), Lena McLaughlin (24) and the entire Falcon roster used a smothering zone defense to stifle Meade. “They are really showing up," said Falcons head coach Kris Dean. "They did a great job this week preparing for this team. I’m really proud of them.”

    Severna Park Girls Knock Out Meade In Playoff Upset, 52-50

    By Colin Murphy
    It’s been a season of growth for the Severna Park girls basketball team, and Tuesday night’s 4A East playoff game against Meade was the ideal stage for the Falcons to take their biggest step yet.
    Lena McLaughlin poured in 18 points and pulled down 14 rebounds, Jessica Giblin added 13...

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