The Rising Sun boys basketball team outlasted Tome 52-49 in a back-and-forth game Monday night, December 10.
Elkton broke open a tight game with three three-pointers early in the fourth quarter on the way to a 50-39 triumph over host Perryville in the two teams' girls basketball season opener Friday night.
Rising Sun's Kendra Stamper poured in 25 points against her former school as the Tigers opened the girls basketball season with a 46-26 triumph over visiting Tome Thursday night, December 6.
Jordyn Reese is going to the city of Miami.
Reese, a senior at Perryville High School, recently signed a letter of intent to further her education and continue her softball career at Florida International University.
FIU is an NCAA Division I school located in Greater Miami and is a member of Conference USA.
Just because Rising Sun High School's annual Powderpuff game ended in a 0-0 tie doesn't mean there weren't any winners.
The Tuesday, November 20, event held in the stadium generated funds for the school's Student Council, advisor Samantha Heil said.
The Student Council uses the money to adopt a family for Christmas and buy breakfast for donors at the annual blood drive held in the spring.
"Those are the big things," Heil said.
Chris Johnson has enjoyed a great deal of success in his Perryville football coaching career.
He guided the Panthers to the 2011 state title game and won another region championship the following season.
But Johnson has never had more genuine affection for a team than he has for the 2018 squad.
Although it wasn't crystal clear at the time, when Williamsport withstood a Rising Sun rally to end the first set, the Wildcats were well on their way to the 'W'.
Williamsport walloped the Tigers 26-24, 25-13, 29-9 in a state semifinal game at Ritchie Coliseum Tuesday night, November 13.
West Nottingham Academy boys basketball will face challenging schedule with a roster stocked with college prospects
West Nottingham Academy is making another foray into the ultra-competitive world of big-time high school basketball.
The Rams have left the Maryland Independent League in boys basketball after capturing the conference championship last season, their first league title since 2010.
WNA will face a grueling schedule designed to challenge a talented 12-player roster stocked with college prospects and featuring student-athletes from six different countries.
Bohemia Manor's Zach Laird showed off his sprinting skills when it mattered most.
Laird overtook Boonsboro's Henry Schmidt with about 150 yards left in Saturday's MPSSAA cross country meet at Hereford High to capture his second consecutive state title.
The Rising Sun volleyball team secured its sixth straight region title with a 25-12, 25-16, 25-12 triumph over Easton Saturday afternoon at Chesapeake College.