Harlem Globetrotters coming to Salisbury in March

SALISBURY — The world-famous Harlem Globetrotters will bring their new “Pushing the Limits” World Tour to Salisbury at the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center on March 8 at 3 p.m. Globetrotters’ fans will experience even bigger moments and memories, including a live world record attempt at each game. The “Pushing the Limits” World Tour will […]

Vikings beat Fallston, head to Final 8

CAMBRIDGE – The Cambridge-South Dorchester High School football Vikings (9-2) earned a convincing victory Friday, beating Fallston 48-14 in the second round of the Maryland 1A playoffs. On Nov. 22, Head Coach Gaven Parker’s men will play the 7-4 Perryville Panthers at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, a neutral site, in the third round. That level is […]

C-SD football advances in playoffs

CAMBRIDGE — The Vikings will play in the second round of the playoffs next week, after beating the Havre de Grace Warriors 47-34 tonight. C-SD came into the game with a record of 7-2, while the Warriors were at 2-7 — but that didn’t mean the Harford County men would be pushovers. In fact, the […]

Vikings name November top athletes

CAMBRIDGE – Cambridge-South Dorchester High School November Athlete of the Month awards, sponsored by Dr. William E. Bair, go to Sarah Condon and Jacob McClarren. Both seniors, Sarah is a cross country runner while Jacob is a soccer athlete. Congratulations to two Vikings who are outstanding on both the sports field and in the classroom.

Tri-City volunteers save season

HURLOCK — Children will once again enjoy a spring tradition in North Dorchester next year, as Tri-City Little League’s season will take place. Volunteers heard a call for help, and came to the rescue at an Oct. 29 meeting of the Tri-City Board. A message from organizers earlier in October had said the 2020 tee-ball, […]

C-SD falls to Easton, 40-34 in double overtime

EASTON – In the final regular-season game of the 2019 season, Cambridge-South Dorchester (1A) went to Easton (2A) to challenge their Talbot County rivals. The Vikings brought a record of 7-1 with them, while the Warriors came in at 5-3. Easton got the opening kick, and drove downfield with a mix of passes and runs. […]

Eagles name athletes of the month

SHILOH — Administrators of North Dorchester High School have named their athletes of the month for September and October. The honor is given to those who have not only excelled in their sports, but also as students and citizens. Whitten Insurance provided October’s varsity athletes with a gift. An anonymous sponsor gave Regal Cinemas tickets […]

48th Annual Banquet and Auction is Nov. 2

CAMBRIDGE — Dorchester Ducks Unlimited will be holding its 48th Annual Banquet and Auction on Nov. 2 at Minnette Dick Hall in Cambridge. “Our committee has been working very hard in these economic hard times to acquire donations” says Terry Robbins, chapter chairman. “Not only do we have to worry about the economy, we have […]

C-SD beats Kent Co., 54-19, goes to 6-1 on the season

CAMBRIDGE – The Cambridge-South Dorchester High School varsity football team beat the visiting Kent County Trojans 54-19 on Friday. The victory, earned on Senior Night, brought the Vikings’ record on the season to 6-1. The Vikings took an early lead, ending the first quarter ahead 13-0. Though the visitors played hard on the line of […]

Choptank Bowling Center wins match

The following are the results from each match of Cup Clash IV SINGLES: Each match was two games in length. Winners get five points for their centers, second place got three points, third place got two points, fourth place got one point. LADIES MATCH #1: Michelle Purcell (SouthBound) – 443 Margo Morris (Choptank) – 344 […]

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