Tuesday, May 14, 2013
The No. 1-seeded Falcons fell to Leonardtown 7-6 Monday night in Severna Park.
The top ranked Severna Park softball team ended its postseason play Monday night in the second round of the state tournament. The No. 1-seeded Falcons fell to Leonardtown 7-6 Monday night in Severna Park. After earning a first-round bye, Severna Park entered its first game of the postseason on Monday looking to make a run to the state final, but were upset by No. 8 Leonardtown. Despite a successful season, the Severna Park softball team’s year ended with two losses. In addition to the loss to Leonardtown, the Falcons fell to Northeast High 5-6 in the county championship on May 8.
Thursday, April 11, 2013
A sacrifice fly in the sixth inning was the only run in the well-pitched game Thursday afternoon.
It was a game that could have gone all day without a runner crossing the plate. Stingy pitching and defense were the theme of the game Wednesday, as Severna Park edged Arundel 1-0. The teams' bats were not nearly as hot as the game time temperature, as the lone run came on a sacrifice fly by Severna Park's Tom Weyand in the sixth inning. Severna Park pitcher Reid Kowalski was stellar, giving up just four hits on the day. Arundel's Cooper Hibbs matched him toe-to-toe, allowing only two hits and two walks while striking out four. "I knew Cooper was a good pitcher and I knew there was a good chance that'd be how the game [would go]," Kowlaski said. The defenses for both teams also helped. Severna Park picked off two Arundel runners, while …
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
On Thursday Severna Park High will host registration for spring sports.
It's a busy time of year for winter and spring athletes at Severna Park High School. The winter season is coming to an end and spring sports are starting back up. To help you keep track of upcoming events here's a rundown of this week's schedule. Thursday: Friday Saturday
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
The Severna Park High boys basketball team fell to Broadneck 51-46 Tuesday afternoon.
Despite a very closely contested game in which no team led by more than six points, the Severna Park High boys basketball team fell to rival Broadneck 51-46 Tuesday afternoon in Annapolis. The game was back and forth for much of the contest. Broadneck executed a high-pressure press, which the Falcons easily handled. And Severna Park tried to take advantage of a height advantage inside. “We have handled pressure pretty well all year—both zone and man,” said Falcon head coach Paul Pellicani. “That has been one of our consistent points this year.” The Falcons were led in the first half by a strong offensive outing from Taylor Kitamiller and took a one-point half time lead 21-20. Severna Park tried to force the ball inside more in the second …
Monday, January 14, 2013
Both the girls and boys basketball teams fell to Broadneck earlier in the year, and will be looking to come out on top Tuesday.
Rivals will clash on the basketball court for the second time this season as Severna Park travels to Broadneck on Tuesday. Both the girls and boys basketball teams will take on Broadneck Tuesday afternoon. The boys will get things started at 3:30 p.m. and the girls will play at 6:45 p.m. When the teams met earlier in the season, Broadneck came out on top. The Bruins boys basketball team defeated the Falcons 47-39 on Dec. 8. And the Broadneck girls won 54-50 in a closely contested match. Here's the complete schedule for varsity Falcon sporting events this week. Monday: Tuesday: Wednesday: Friday:
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
The Severna Park High School boys basketball team fell to the Arundel Wildcats 61-50 Monday night.
The Severna Park High boys basketball team fell to county foe Arundel 61-50 Monday night. However, the Falcons were led by Taylor Kitzmiller's 24-point performance. Kitzmiller led all scorers and drained five three-pointers in the matchup but it wasn't enough as the Falcons came up short against Arundel. Senior Wildcat guard Austin Carroll led Arundel with 18 points on the night. The Wildcats used a strong inside game and stingy defense to outlast Severna Park and move to 9-1 on the season. Arundel is now 5-0 against county opponents. Arundel led 14-7 after the first quarter and extended its lead to 14 midway through the third quarter. Severna Park rallied to cut the lead to 8, but Arundel grabbed momentum back in the waning minutes of …
Monday, January 7, 2013
After winter break, sports are back in action at Severna Park High School.
Here's a rundown of this week's athletic schedule for Severna Park High School sports. Monday: Wednesday: Friday:
Monday, December 10, 2012
Both the girls and boys basketball teams lost to Broadneck on Saturday. Find out when they play again.
The Severna Park High School girls and boys basketball teams both fell to rival Broadneck High on Saturday. The girls team lost to the Bruins 54-50 in a closely contested match while the boys fell 47-39. Both teams will be back in action this week, along with the rest of the winter sports teams at Severna Park High School. Here’s a look at the upcoming schedule. Monday: Tuesday Friday See Also:
Friday, December 7, 2012
After spending four years at the JV level, Severna Park High grad Lisa Magness enters her first year as a varsity head coach.
The Severna Park High School girls basketball team tipped off its season on Thursday night with a matchup against St. Mary’s High School. After finishing the season last year with a 9-15 record, this year’s squad, led by first-year varsity coach Lisa Magness, is focusing on defense and hoping that leads to victories. “We are going with a defensive minded game plan this year,” Magness said. “We are going to change it up and run as many defenses as we can so other teams are caught off guard by not knowing what we are going to run.” Magness also said this year’s team is much quicker than years past, which she plans to utilize with an aggressive press. She said they are planning to use that as much as possible. The team’s recent addition of …
Monday, December 3, 2012
Many winter sports are starting up at Severna Park High School.
Fall sports for Severna Park High School (SPHS) have ended, but don’t worry Falcon sports fans—the winter season has already begun. Many teams have started practicing, or participating in scrimmages and gearing up for the start of games and meets. Remember you can always upload pictures and scores to Patch as an announcement. And if you have an idea for an interesting winter sports story, email firstname.lastname@example.org Here’s a rundown of this week’s schedule: Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday