With eight freshmen on their roster, returning Tuscarora girls soccer players Skylar Andrews and Cali Cammarata admitted they weren’t initially sure what to expect when matches began.
Tuscarora senior Vincent Lombardi couldn’t recall his younger brother, Tony, ever being quiet.
Thomas Johnson boys soccer coach Jim Reigel’s team had just remained unbeaten by pulling out a hard-fought 3-1 win over host Oakdale on Thursday.
Though well-struck, the penalty kick found the fingertips of Tuscarora goalkeeper Bryant Hurley, and a feeling of horror immediately ran through Middletown’s Michael Liebendorfer.
MIDDLETOWN — Not even a six-month delay caused by the pandemic kept Tuesday’s girls soccer match between rivals Walkersville and Middletown from being the intense contest it typically turns out to be.
Oakdale girls soccer coach Aric Canonico could sense Thursday’s match with host Thomas Johnson was going to come down to which team could seal the deal on a close-range scoring chance, then make a defensive stand down the stretch.
With all of the scoring done in the first half, Tuesday’s girls soccer match between Linganore and host Tuscarora ended up being a defensive struggle the rest of the way.
Middletown boys soccer has always been known for its style of play: speed while on the attack, crisp passes and a beat-you-to-the-ball attitude on defense.
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.