Another chance to bag a wild hen or gobbler

ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Department of Natural Resources announces the opening of the winter turkey season, which runs statewide from Jan. 23-25 for hunters who did not harvest a turkey during the 2019 fall season. Hunting hours are from one half-hour before sunrise to one half-hour after sunset. The bag limit is one turkey of […]

Vikings’ JV girls’ basketball wins

EASTON – Cambridge-South Dorchester basketball teams played Easton High School on Thursday, earning a pair of wins. CSD girls JV team beat Easton 35-16. Leading scorers were: Ranaya K. with 11; Ayriyanna D. with 10; and Ramaya K. with 7. The boys varsity came home with a win (54-44) while girls (59-15) varsity teams fell […]

Record set for big-scale pomfret off Delmarva

ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Department of Natural Resources has officially recognized Jeff Rosenkilde of Monkton as holding the first official state fishing record for big-scale pomfret. Mr. Rosenkilde caught the 22.1-pound fish Dec. 28 in the Atlantic Ocean canyons off the coast of the Delmarva peninsula. Mr. Rosenkilde and four friends were deep-drop fishing for […]

Deer firearms hunting will reopen Jan. 10

ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Department of Natural Resources announced the winter portion of the firearm deer hunting season opens Jan. 10, 2020, in Deer Management Region B, which includes all of the state except the westernmost counties. Hunters with a valid hunting license may use firearms to harvest sika and white-tailed deer during this season. […]

ND girls are tourney champs

SHILOH — The Lady Eagles will keep the Small Ball Basketball Christmas Tournament trophy at home for at least a year, beating Colonel Richardson 69-55 for the event’s championship on Dec. 28. It was the tournament’s first year, designed by ND Athletic Director Dave Morrissette to be a small school basketball tournament for boys’ and […]

Eagles name December Athletes of the Month

HURLOCK — December Athletes of the Month have been announced by Dave Morrissette, the school’s athletic director. The honors go to students who not only are successful in their sports, but also in the classroom. Their leadership qualities and sense of citizenship are also taken into account. Receiving the varsity awards, sponsored by Olive Garden, […]

Young team grows, begins its second season

CAMBRIDGE — Kids are lazy on the weekends, right? Not all of them. Every Saturday morning, starting at 8:30 a.m., close to 40 athletes, in grades 3-9, gather to learn the basics — and a few of the fine points — of running, jumping and throwing. They are the members of the Dorchester Vikings Youth […]

Vikings fall to Dunbar in semi-finals, 45-3

BALTIMORE — It was all Dunbar today, as the Poets beat the Cambridge-South Dorchester High School Vikings, 45-3, in the Class 1A semi-finals. The Poets will play the Catoctin Cougars next Saturday at Navy-Marine Corps Stadium in Annapolis, kick-off at 3:30 p.m. The Vikings defied early-season predictions of only a moderately successful season, as they […]

ND’s old eagle still flies

SHILOH — The new North Dorchester High School opened this fall, with all sorts of modern features never seen in the old building. But there was one item that had to be brought along — the ND Eagle will soar over athletic contests for years to come, after it was saved from the old high […]

Vikings beat Edmondson, go to Final 4

BALTIMORE — The Cambridge-South Dorchester High School Vikings football team will play in the Division 1A semi-finals this Friday, after beating Edmondson-Westside on Nov. 22, 36-26. The game was played at a neutral site, Baltimore Polytechnic Institute. The competitive contest featured numerous lead changes, though the Edmondson men were ahead most of the game. It […]

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