If Thomas Johnson football coach Bobby Humphries wanted Dexter Williams to do something, he didn’t have to ask twice.
Sprinting on the track and hopping on one leg around blue, yellow and orange cones on a practice field, 19 Thomas Johnson girls soccer players participated in voluntary workouts at the school on Thursday morning.
Urbana field hockey player Ashlyn White was downright ecstatic when she heard the news.
Frederick County Public Schools issued more specific guidance Tuesday as it moves toward potentially having a fall sports season.
The Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association postponed the 2020 fall and winter high school seasons during the first semester on Monday, but it is working on a plan to have all sports compete during the second semester.
There’s a phrase that Kevin Kendro, the supervisor of athletics for Frederick County Public Schools, has been turning to a lot since sometime in March, when schools were first shut down and prep sports canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Montgomery County Public Schools, the largest school district in Maryland, announced Tuesday the cancellation of fall and winter sports for the coming academic year as it moves to at-home learning for the entirety of the first semester.
The state’s private school sports leagues announced Friday in a joint statement that practices for the fall season will be delayed until Sept. 1, with the start of games anticipated to take place on or around Sept. 21, in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
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.