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Severna Park Loses An Icon, Lil Shelton

The head coach of Severna Park field hockey from 1975 to 2011, Shelton led the Falcons to 20 state championships. more

Student-Athlete Of The Month: Claire Kintzley

Kintzley was voted captain of the cross country team as a sophomore and captain of the indoor team as a junior. more

SPHS Swimmers: Leading In The Pool And Out Of It

The Falcons swimmers entered this season with plenty of success and high expectations. However, the winter sports season was virtual. more

From Severna Park To Lexington And Beyond

The shortstop/third baseman is hoping to become the next Dustin Pedroia or Xander Bogaerts. more

Public Schools To Resume Athletics In Hybrid Format

Following a four-week period for fall sports, AACPS plans to conduct a 14-week spring sports season beginning on March 15 more

Recruiting Advice From NCSA, AACPS

During an info session, NCSA explained how the pandemic has changed recruiting for athletes. more

Student-Athlete Of The Month: Grace Frankl

Grace Frankl excelled with her play as a defender on the field and her leadership off the field. more

Vipers Win Columbia Fall Classic

The Green Hornets U19 select boys soccer team won the tournament in Howard County on the weekend of November 13-15. more

SPHS Athletes Sign Letters Of Intent

Meet the student-athletes who are taking their athletic skills to the next level. more

Student-Athlete Of The Month: Mason Keegan

Keegan played running back on most of his team’s offensive snaps and outside linebacker on most defensive plays. more

U11 2010 Girls Go Undefeated

During a season that spanned from September 12 through November 8, the Panthers went 10-0. more

Green Hornets Excel At Monster Mash Tournament

The 9U team won their division and the 11U team was a semifinalist. more

The Kryptonite Keep Opponents Off Balance During Championship Run

The team won three playoff games, two games that went into penalty kicks, in order to secure the league championship. more

Killer Bees Make A Buzz In First Season

The Killer Bees, a new team comprised of fifth- and sixth-graders, finished 3-3 in the Middie Blue Jays League during a unique field hockey season in 2020. more

Teams Battle On Halloween Weekend

Football, field hockey and soccer games were all played on a busy Halloween weekend in Anne Arundel County. more

FORCE Green And White Teams Enjoy Strong Seasons

The Severna Park FORCE Green and White teams are in second and third place, respectively, in their divisions in the CMSSL league this year. more

Student-Athlete Of The Month: Nathan Crosby

Nathan shows a commitment that is rare for his age, watching film of professional athletes. more

For Green Hornets Players, Field Hockey Season Is About Fun, Not Wins Or Losses

Having played five out of the six games on their shortened schedule and with no playoffs to finish the season, the team had to change their goals for this season. more


Games were played in front of no fans, or for some teams, cardboard cutouts or even stuffed animals, with artificial crowd noise pumped in. more

U12 Green Hornets Shut Out The UQA Lions

The U12 Hornets moved to 2-1 this fall by securing a 28-0 victory over the Upper Queen Anne’s County Lions. more
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