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.
Monday, May 13, 2013
After seven seasons, head lacrosse coach Larry Kramer announced his resignation on Friday in an email to parents.
Severna Park High School boys lacrosse head coach Larry Kramer announced his resignation on Friday in an email to parents of lacrosse players after a season tinged with some controversy. Kramer has been with Severna Park for seven seasons during which the team won two state titles. In 2010, he led the team to a perfect 20-0 season and a victory over Wootton High in the 4A/3A state final. In his email, Kramer said it was something he'd been considering for a while. “I regret that my heart is telling me it is time to move on,” Kramer wrote. “I have resigned as head coach of the Severna Park boys’ lacrosse team today May 10, 2013. This has been a decision that I have been thinking about for some time now and I feel at this point in my …
Saturday, May 11, 2013
Any Severna Park students heading to the prom? Keep Patch in mind after you're all dressed and ready to go and share your pictures here.
Patch would like to wish all of the Severna Park High students heading to prom at the BWI Marriott on Saturday night a safe and fun prom. Keep Patch in mind as you get dressed and share your pictures here before you head out for the night. Simply upload your photos clicking the “Upload Photos and Videos” button above the main image. See Also:
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.
Wednesday, May 8, 2013
The Severna Park baseball team will host Broadneck on Friday.
Postseason play for Severna Park baseball and softball will kickoff this week with the baseball team set to faceoff against rival Broadneck High School on Friday. The Falcon baseball team earned a No. 8 seed in the east region of the Class 4A state baseball playoffs and will host No. 9 Broadneck High School in the first round on Friday. On May 2, the baseball team defeated Broadneck 5-0. The winner of the Severna Park – Broadneck matchup will go on to face the No. 1 seed North Point on Monday. The Severna Park softball team earned a No. 1 seed in the east region of the Class 4A state softball playoffs and received a first round bye. The Falcons will host the winner of the Leonardtown – Great Mills game on Monday. The Falcon softball team …
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
The magazine's 2013 rankings came out Monday and four county schools were included in the top 2,000.
Newsweek released a ranking of top high schools in the country on Monday but Severna Park High was not one of the four county schools ranked. Newsweek ranked three high schools in Anne Arundel County among the top 1,000 in the country, and a fourth among the top 2,000. Despite recent rankings in other polls this year, Severna Park High was not on the Newsweek list. Earlier this year, Severna Park High received the second-highest marks of Anne Arundel County Schools in a Washington Post ranking of schools across the country. The school also received high marks in a national survey of the best high schools by US News. For its rankings, Newsweek sent out a survey to more than 5,000 high schools, with about 2,500 schools responding in 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 …
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Congratulations to these students for making it onto the honor roll.
Severna Park High School has released the names of students who earned honor roll for the third marking period of the school year. The following students earned the principal's honor roll (straight A's). Grade 9: Michael Bacot, Rebecca Bosanko, Bailey Chasser, Joelle Cingel, Sydney Clasen, Rebecca Collings, Sarah Davis, Tara Dell, Logan Dill, Ashley Dyck, Lucas Frye, Margaret Galdi, Edward Giard, Kathryn Grabowski, Matthew Hageman, Emma Hand, Conor Harrington, Andrew Haste, Matthew Hines, Ethan Hyde, Marston Jamieson, Kaitlin Krasic, Lindsay Ladas, Allyson Lesher, Brianna Leverty, Sabrina Lourie, Angela Luthcke, Janidy Madera, Emilia McGeady, Emma McHold-Burke, Maeve Murphy, Annie Myers, William Nix, …
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 …
Monday, April 29, 2013
Students in Anne Arundel County can be prohibited from prom and graduation activities if found in violation of the system's drug and alcohol policy.
Superintendent Kevin Maxwell cautioned students and parents Wednesday about the alcohol and drug policy for Anne Arundel County Public Schools, heading into graduation season. In a letter to parents of soon-to-be graduates, Maxwell reminded families that students can be prohibited from school events if found possessing, consuming or distributing alcohol and drugs, even off of school property. "I do not want to see what should be a great time in the life of graduating seniors marred by immature and unwise decisions," Maxwell said in the letter. "More importantly, I don’t want to see any of our students engage in behavior that could have consequences for themselves and others." The warning comes on the heels of a house party in Severna Park …