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(June 18, 2021) Two athletes will represent Stephen Decatur in the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association state championship outdoor track meet this Saturday at the Prince George’s Sports and Learning Complex in Landover.

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(June 18, 2021) It only took Stephen Decatur junior Noah Fisher about 35 minutes to win the 2A East Region championship title, last Saturday at Harford Community College in Bel Air.

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(June 18, 2021) Aware of the talent level of the Chesapeake softball team, Stephen Decatur Coach Scott Kurtz knew the Seahawks would have to play their best to be successful last Saturday in Pasadena.

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(June 18, 2021) Mako Mania organizers announced earlier this week an adjustment to prize money awarded in the release division of the tournament, which took place June 4-6.

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(June 11, 2021) The undefeated Stephen Decatur girls’ lacrosse team wrapped up the regular season last Thursday with a 10-3 victory over the James M. Bennett Clippers in Salisbury.

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(June 4, 2021) The Stephen Decatur tennis program recognized its seniors last Friday in Berlin, and the boys’ team celebrated with a victory over the Pocomoke Warriors.

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(June 4, 2021) After falling to the Mardela Warriors, 6-2, last Wednesday in Mardela Springs, the Stephen Decatur softball team came out on the winning end this week, shutting out its opponent, 10-0.

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(June 4, 2021) After getting off to a slow start, the Stephen Decatur boys’ lacrosse team went on a 6-1 run in the second half to win Tuesday’s game against the Cambridge Vikings in Cambridge, 10-4.

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(May 28, 2021) The Stephen Decatur baseball team scored victories over the James M. Bennett Clippers and Mardela Warriors this week.

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(May 28, 2021) The Stephen Decatur softball team held off the James M. Bennett Clippers in the final inning to win Monday’s Senior Day game in Berlin, 3-2.

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(May 28, 2021) Seven girls scored goals for the Stephen Decatur lacrosse team in Monday’s 14-7 victory over the Parkside Rams in Salisbury.

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(May 28, 2021) Stephen Decatur track and field Coach Jody Stigler during last Wednesday’s meet in Berlin saw improvements in the athletes from the first competition, as he continues to put them in different events to see where they excel.

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(May 28, 2021) The Stephen Decatur tennis teams earned wins over Wicomico and Washington high schools over the last week.

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(May 28, 2021) To the local fishing community, the loss of Ocean City Marlin Club President Franky Pettolina is difficult to measure, but the christening of the Memorial Day Tournament in his name underscores the desire of the club to preserve the angler’s legacy.

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(May 21, 2021) The Worcester Prep tennis teams swept the Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Conference championships, winning the singles and doubles competitions last week.

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(May 21, 2021) The Worcester Prep boys’ lacrosse team wrapped up its season with a 14-7 victory over the James M. Bennett Clippers last Tuesday in Berlin.

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(May 21, 2021) Despite losing 13-6, to Saints Peter and Paul in the Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Conference championship game last Monday in Easton, the Worcester Prep girls’ lacrosse team ended the season on a high note.

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(May 21, 2021) The Stephen Decatur girls’ lacrosse team scored seven goals in the first and second half, to earn a 14-3 victory over the James M. Bennett Clippers on Senior Night, Monday in Berlin.

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(May 21, 2021) The Stephen Decatur softball team put 10 runs on the board in the first inning and continued to roll from there, winning Wednesday’s game, 18-1, over Washington in Berlin.

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(May 14, 2021) Stephen Decatur student-athletes would typically be wrapping up their spring season around this time, but because of covid, the teams are just getting started.

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(April 30, 2021) The surfing world lost one of its giants recently. On March 3, 2021, Mike Eaton passed away on the Big Island of Hawaii where he had resided with his wife, Marianne, for the last dozen years.

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(April 23, 2021) After two postponed matches because of rain, the Worcester Prep tennis teams finally hosted a competition on their new courts in Berlin last Friday.