Thursday, May 9, 2013
The Severna Park boys lacrosse team fell to Broadneck High School, 10-5.
The Severna Park girls lacrosse team defeated Chesapeake High on Wednesday night in the first round of the class 4A girls lacrosse playoffs. With the 17-5 victory, the Falcons will move onto the second round where they will face rival Broadneck on Friday night at the Bruins' home field in Annapolis. During the regular season, Severna Park (No. 5) fell to Broadneck (No. 4) in a close game of 9-8. Friday night’s contest should be a heated rematch between the rival schools. While the girls were successful in postseason play, the Severna Park boys lacrosse team’s season came to an end Wednesday night falling to Broadneck 10-5.
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
The Severna Park girls lacrosse team will face Chesapeake High School in the first round of the Class 4A state playoffs.
The brackets have been set and the high school lacrosse postseason will begin on Wednesday. The Severna Park girls lacrosse team earned a No. 5 seed and will host Chesapeake High School on Wednesday. The boys lacrosse team received a No. 11 seed and will travel to rival Broadneck High School on Wednesday. During the regular season, the girls lacrosse team defeated Chesapeake 11-7 behind Laura Milleker’s four-goal performance, the Capital Gazette reported. The winner of the Severna Park – Chesapeake lacrosse game will go on to face the winner of the Broadneck – Annapolis game on Friday. The Severna Park boys lacrosse team defeated Broadneck 14-8 on April 22. Despite a close game throughout, the Falcons outscored Broadneck 5-2 in the fourth …
Monday, May 6, 2013
Principal Patrick Bathras backed the coach’s decision to dismiss three varsity lacrosse players from the team following a Severna Park house party.
The appeal filed by three Severna Park High varsity lacrosse players who were kicked off the team after attending a house party was denied by school principal Patrick Bathras on Friday. Bathras responded in support of varsity lacrosse coach Larry Kramer’s decision to dismiss the three teens from the lacrosse team, according to Anne Arundel County Public Schools spokeswoman Maneka Monk. Lacrosse players Logan Swartz, Sam Mayer and Cole Duncan—along with 19 other teens—received underage drinking citations from police at a house party on March 23. Two weeks after the party, the three lacrosse players were dismissed from the varsity team for detrimental behavior. Student-athletes in Anne Arundel County agree to a code of conduct when they join…
Thursday, May 2, 2013
The three Severna Park High School seniors were dismissed from the lacrosse team after the March 23 house party but they have appealed that dismissal.
The three Severna Park High varsity lacrosse players who were issued underage drinking citations at a local house party had their charges dropped by the Maryland Department of Juvenile Services, according to their parents. Logan Swartz received a letter dated April 25 stating the department decided "not to authorize juvenile court action." The letter outlined the reasons for the decision. “This decision included consideration of the facts of the case and the juvenile's involvement. Home, school and community adjustment along with parental concern and control were examined. Past history with the police and court was also considered.” Swartz and two lacrosse teammates—Cole Duncan and Sam Mayer—were originally issued underage drinking …
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Throughout the last month Patch has covered the dismissal of Severna Park lacrosse players, the opening of a new business and more.
There was plenty of Severna Park news throughout the month of April. Between charges being issued after a Severna Park house party, to a new sandwich shop, to remembering Lance Cpl. Taylor Wild—there was lots of local news. If you missed some local headlines the past few weeks, Patch has you covered. Here’s a recap of the biggest stories from April, in no particular order. Woman Charged in Severna Park House Party A woman who lives at the Severna Park home where 22 teens were charged with underage drinking violations now faces charges. The home was reportedly known to be a party house. Dawn M. Sellner, of the 100 block of Southway in Severna Park, was charged with contributing to the condition of a minor and disorderly house, according to …
Sunday, April 28, 2013
Patch reported on Split Ends' Morgan Beverly Festival this week.
Here's a recap of some of the top news from Severna Park Patch this week. To read more on any story, click on the link. 1. Dismissed Lacrosse Players Appeal Coach's Decision After House Party Some Severna Park varsity lacrosse players, who were kicked off the team after they attended a party last month where alcohol was served, are now appealing the dismissal. The three teens—along with 19 others—were issued underage drinking citations at a March 23 house party at a Severna Park home. 2. Remembering Lance Cpl. Taylor Wild: ‘Never Alone, Never Forgotten’ The Marine Corps hosted a ceremony in North Carolina on Tuesday to honor Lance Cpl. William Taylor Wild IV and the six other Marines killed in the training accident in Nevada on March 18. …
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
The three Severna Park lacrosse players who were kicked off the team following a March 23 house party are appealing the dismissal.
As seniors, Severna Park High School lacrosse players Logan Swartz, Sam Mayer and Cole Duncan looked forward to their final season. Yet, their high school lacrosse careers ended early because they attended a party last month where alcohol was served. The three teens—along with 19 others—were issued underage drinking citations at a March 23 house party at a Severna Park home. Swartz, Mayer and Duncan were removed from the varsity lacrosse team for detrimental behavior despite their contentions that they did not drink alcohol at the party. The three are fighting being removed from the lacrosse team and filed letters of appeal with the high school on Monday morning. According to the Anne Arundel County Public Schools (AACPS) athletic handbook…
Thursday, April 4, 2013
The Severna Park girls lacrosse team defeated Chesapeake 11-7.
The No. 10 ranked Severna Park boys lacrosse team fell to Chesapeake High School 7-6 Tuesday night in Pasadena. The upset win keeps the Cougars (4-0) undefeated so far this season. The Falcons (2-2) had two-goal performances from Jonah Koziresk and Brendan Steele, but it wasn’t enough. Chesapeake’s Matt Michalski was 13 for 17 on face offs, and the Cougars knocked off the top ranked Falcons. The loss marks the second defeat for the Falcons this season. The team’s first loss came on March 27 when they fell to No. 7 Spalding. Severna Park will host Northeast High School on Friday. Girls Lacrosse The Severna Park girls lacrosse team defeated Chesapeake 11-7 Wednesday night behind Laura Milleker’s four-goal performance, the Capital Gazette …
Friday, March 22, 2013
The Severna Park High girls lacrosse team defeated Old Mill 15-3.
Both the Severna Park High boys and girls lacrosse teams opened the 2013 spring sport season with wins Thursday night. The boys team defeated Old Mill 16-2 behind Ben Steele's four goal performance. The girls lacrosse team topped Old Mill 15-3. For more coverage and photos of the girls game click here. For more on the boys game, click here.
Friday, December 7, 2012
Logan Brady, a senior at Severna Park High School, will play lacrosse at Campbell University next year.
Logan Brady, a senior at Severna Park High School, has committed to play lacrosse at Campbell University in Buies Creek, NC. Patch caught up with Brady, 17, to ask her a few questions about her recent commitment. Severna Park Patch: What are you most looking forward to in college? Logan Brady: I am most looking forward to playing with a new set of girls and being in a completely different environment. Severna Park Patch: How has your high school athletic career (in school or outside of school) prepared you for the Division I experience? Brady: My high school coach, Carin Peterson, has prepared me for my Division 1 experience. She makes our high school practices comparable to what it would be like in Division I. Severna Park Patch: What …