Monday, April 29, 2013
Steve Demilio, who played football at Severna Park High, received an invite to the Baltimore Ravens mini camp tryouts.
A former Severna Park High School football player has taken a step closer to playing in the NFL. Offensive tackle Steve Demilio received an invitation to the Baltimore Ravens' mini camp Saturday night, according to his alma mater, Gardner-Webb University. Demilio played football at Severna Park and was a two-time All-Big South Conference selection at Gardner-Webb, according to a release. Demilio joins two other Anne Arundel County football players who also took steps towards the NFL. A.J. Francis, a Severn resident and former defensive lineman for the University of Maryland, signed as an undraftted free agent with the Miami Dolphins. And Crofton resident and Arundel High graduate Alec Lemon signed with the Houston Texans. See Also:
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
The banquet was held on Tuesday, Nov. 6 and honored varsity and junior varsity football players.
Severna Park High School varsity and junior varsity football players were honored at their annual awards banquet on Nov. 6 at Woods Memorial Church, and many Falcon athletes were recognized for their acheivements. 2012 varsity football award winners: 2012 junior varsity football award winners:
Saturday, September 15, 2012
The Severna Park High School football team defeated Annapolis 26-23.
The following information was submitted by Todd King and compiled by Patch. The Severna Park Falcons defeated Annapolis High School 26-23 Friday night thanks to an overtime field goal from kicker Jack Kenealy. Annapolis received the ball first in overtime but was unable to score thanks to a big defensive stand from the Falcons. Severna Park took over in overtime and ran a few plays before Kenealy kicked a 26-yard field goal for the win. The Falcons will look to improve on their 2-1 record Sept. 21 when they take on Southern High School at 6:30 p.m. in Severna Park.
Thursday, October 27, 2011
Our top 5 teams are the same, but the order has changed after week 8 action. There are two weeks left before state playoffs begin. Where does your school rank?
1.) Old Mill (8-0) The Patriots are on a mission for an undefeated campaign and so far they've given little reason to think a perfect regular season is out of the question. Running back Rob Chesson delivered another five touchdown performance as Old Mill ran past Southern, 42-12. A week 10 match up with South River looms for the Patriots, but they must first deal with Glen Burnie this week. Last Week: 1 2.) Arundel (7-1) Arundel's high-flying offense didn't exactly light up the stat book against Severna Park, but the Wildcat defense pitched in a solid effort for a 21-13 win last week. Cooper Hibbs threw touchdown passes of 51 and 33 yards, to Tyler Young and Romeo Harris respectively in the win. Arundel travels to Chesapeake in week 9. LW…