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(March 5, 2021) It may be winter going into spring, but the Maryland high school sports teams that play in the fall will finally be able to have a season, which kicks off today for Stephen Decatur.

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(Feb. 26, 2021) After losing by 10 points to the Saints Peter & Paul Sabres in the Feb. 17 home season opener, the Worcester Prep Lady Mallards bounced back with a five-point victory over their conference rivals on Monday.

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Members of the Worcester Prep golf team proudly pose with their Eastern Shore Independent Ath- letic Conference championship title they won in November. The team went undefeated this season.

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Several Worcester Prep athletes were recognized for their performance during the fall sports season. Pictured, from left, are junior Morgan White and sophomore Jack Gardner, named MVPs of their Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Conference championship soccer games. Sophomore Caitlyn Hoen an…

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Beginner bow fishermen Jesse Hildebrand, left, and Matt Hildebrand tipped the scales with a record- setting 204.3 pound butterfly ray on Aug. 13.

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The largest white marlin to come to the Harbour Island scale during the 47th annual White Marlin Open in August was a 97-pounder, caught by Brandon Golueke aboard Canyon Blues. The team won $1.8 million. A total of 433 boats entered this year, the second-highest participation in tournament h…

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CHAMPSLISA CAPITELLI/OCEAN CITY TODAY(Left, top) Stephen Decatur wrestlers were very successful at the 2A/1A state tournament in early March at The Show Place Arena in Upper Marlboro. Pictured, from left, are juniors Johnny Hofman (second place, 195 pounds), Micah Bourne (fourth, 170) and Ni…

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PHOTO COURTESY STEVE DEAKYNEStephen Decatur junior Caleb Vaxmonsky smiles on the podium after placing third in the 100-yard backstroke during the 3A-2A-1A state swimming championship in mid-February at Eppley Recreation Center on the University of Maryland College Park campus. He also took f…

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LISA CAPITELLI/OCEAN CITY TODAYStephen Decatur junior Nico D’Amico earned his 100th career wrestling win on Feb. 3. He shut out North Caroline’s Reilly McIntyre 6-0 in their 132-pound match. He finished the season a state champion, with 115 career victories.

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PHOTO COURTESY JODY STIGLERSeveral Stephen Decatur indoor track athletes won ribbons for placing eighth or better during the 3A Central Region meet, held Feb. 5, at the Prince George’s Sports and Learning Complex in Landover. Pictured, in back, from left, are juniors Sam Oates and Zachary Fu…

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PHOTO COURTESY JODY STIGLERStephen Decatur junior Zachary Fuchsluger was the school’s lone representative at the 3A indoor track state championship on Feb. 18 at the Prince George’s Sports and Learning Complex in Landover. Fuchsluger competed in the high jump in his state meet debut. He qual…

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PHOTO COURTESY MISTY BUNTINGStephen Decatur senior Drew Haueisen scored his 1,000th career point on Feb. 14 during the game against James M. Bennett in Berlin. He had 13 points in the basketball game, which Decatur won, 73-66. He finished his high school career with 1,169 points. He was name…

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PHOTO COURTESY STEPHEN DECATUR WRESTLINGThe Stephen Decatur wrestling team captured its second consecutive state dual meet championship title in mid-February at North Point High School in Waldorf.

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LISA CAPITELLI/OCEAN CITY TODAY(Left) Brett Conaway was named the 2019 Mid-Atlantic Recreation and Parks Sports Alliance Coach of the Year for Ocean City Recreation & Parks during a sportsmanship ceremony at the department complex on 125th Street, in mid-February. Jacob Hicks received th…

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LISA CAPITELLI/OCEAN CITY TODAY(Right) Players, coaches and team managers of Stephen Decatur’s 1970 state champion boys’ basketball team gather for a photo before they were recognized during a ceremony in January at the Berlin high school.PHOTO COURTESY STEPHEN DECATUR HIGH SCHOOL(Left) A ba…

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PHOTO COURTESY JODY STIGLERMembers of the Stephen Decatur indoor track team show off the ribbons they won for placing eighth or better in individual and/or relay events during the Bayside Conference championship in January at the Worcester County Recreation Center in Snow Hill.

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(Nov. 6, 2020) The Worcester Prep and Saints Peter & Paul girls’ soccer game ended tied, 1-1, after the first overtime period on Wednesday in Berlin because it was too dark to continue.

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(Oct. 30, 2020) The Worcester Prep field hockey team only played four games during this shortened season because of covid-19, but Coach Katie Oxenreider was pleased with the progress she saw.

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(Oct. 30, 2020) The Worcester Prep boys’ cross country team again came in first place, while the girls’ squad finished in third during last Thursday’s meet in Berlin.

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(Oct. 30, 2020) Even though the Worcester Prep volleyball team didn’t earn a victory over the Delmarva Christian Royals last Friday in Berlin, the girls finished the season playing their best.

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(Oct. 23, 2020) Graham McColgan and Caitlyn Hoen continue to lead the Worcester Prep cross country squads, finishing again in first place in their respective races last Wednesday.

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(Oct. 23, 2020) The Worcester Prep golf team finished the regular season undefeated as the group now prepares for the Oct. 28 Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Conference championship.

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(Oct. 9, 2020) The Worcester Prep boys’ soccer team changed things up a bit in the second half of last Friday’s game against the Salisbury Christian Jaguars in Berlin and it proved successful, as the Mallards came out on top, 4-2.

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(Oct. 9, 2020) The Worcester Prep volleyball team started preseason on Aug. 24, and finally had its first game last Friday. Although they lost in three games, the Lady Mallards were happy just to be on the court and to have a volleyball season this year.

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(Oct. 2, 2020) Gov. Larry Hogan and State Superintendent of Schools Dr. Karen Salmon raised the hopes of many when they announced last Thursday the return of fall sports in Maryland, with each local school system having the ability to officially start the interscholastic athletic fall season…

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(Oct. 2, 2020) Since the Worcester Prep girls’ soccer team returned to practice about a month ago, Coach Carol Hartnett said her players are excited to be on the field and at school, with smiles across their faces.

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(Oct. 2, 2020) After more than a month of practices, the Worcester Prep boys’ soccer team stepped on the field last Friday to play the Gunston Day Herons in Berlin, and won, 3-0.

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(Sept. 18, 2020) With safety protocols in place, Worcester Preparatory School student-athletes stepped back on the field, court or course late last month for practice and are gearing up for competition.

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(Sept. 11, 2020) Another Ocean City Marlin Club Labor Day White Marlin Tournament is in the books, with 36 boat entries this year and over $100,000 distributed among the winners.

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(Sept. 11, 2020) Grand Master Sunil Shakya, head instructor at Chesapeake Martial Arts in Ocean Pines, set a world record for longest tai chi performance last month after notching a comparable achievement earlier this summer.

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(Aug. 28, 2020) The Ocean City Marlin Club’s 62nd Labor Day White Marlin Tournament kicks off next weekend with a new category added.