Nearly two months after they normally would’ve started their seasons, St. John’s Catholic Prep fall sports teams will all compete in season openers this week, ending a delay caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
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Kym Catlin seldom knows if the family should expect her daughter, Jade, for dinner. Jade’s planner book is of the hour-by-hour variety.
There was a period of time in which Maryland wide receiver Jeshaun Jones thought his long-awaited return to the field might be delayed another year, as the coronavirus pandemic put the Big Ten football season in jeopardy.
Whenever his team’s 2020-21 season starts, St. John’s Catholic Prep boys basketball coach Stu Wilson knows one thing.
At St. John’s Catholic Prep, the fall sports athletes have reported regularly for socially distanced offseason workouts, “hoping against hope,” according to athletic director Pete Strickland, that their season would go off as planned.
With the spring sports season and the state basketball semifinals still hanging in the balance, Kevin Kendro, the supervisor of athletics and extracurricular activities for Frederick County Public Schools, is the guest this week on The Final Score podcast.
One day before it was scheduled to play in a state semifinal at the University of Maryland, the Oakdale boys basketball team found out that its season was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Fresh off of her second state championship in wrestling, Middletown’s Kalin Bower and her father, Chris, are the guest’s this week on The Final Score podcast.