Annapolis Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Annapolis, MD

  • Friday | via The Maryland Gazette 

    look Panthers take down Broadneck

    Charles Meiklejohn, a transfer from Archbishop Spalding, and Aaron Pratt, a member of last year's region championship team, made their 2014-2015 debut and added some needed size and experience for the Panthers. Meiklejohn posted 18 points off the bench and Pratt added nine as Annapolis handed Broadneck its first loss of the season with a 76-65 defeat.


  • Tuesday Dec 16 | via The Maryland Gazette 

    Bob Hough: Prep Notebook: Cougars take sting out of ...

    Taking over a team that won just once last year and a combined six times the last three years, Gray has the Cougars off to a 3-0 start after victories over Chapelgate Christian, Glen Burnie and Leonardtown last week. "These girls have talent and guts," Gray said.


  • Monday Dec 15 | via Hometown Annapolis 

    Annapolis-Severna Park boys basketball [Pictures]

    Christian Jones scored 17 points for the third straight game and Josh Glover added 14 points and nine rebounds, as the Panthers held on for a 56-51 win Friday night. Chris Lee paced Severna Park with 21 points and 10 rebounds as the Falcons worked their way back into the game in the second half after falling behind by 15, thanks to better interior play and numerous Annapolis turnovers.


  • Monday Dec 15 | via The Maryland Gazette 

    Annapolis uses strong second half to get by Glen Burnie

    When a team is outsized, its fortunes are usually not promising. Don't tell that to the Annapolis girls basketball team.


  • Saturday Dec 13 | via The Maryland Gazette 

    Jones leads Annapolis to first win

    The last time Annapolis and Severna Park met in a boys basketball contest, the Class 4A East Region title was on the line. Christian Jones scored 17 points for the third straight game and Josh Glover added 14 points and nine rebounds, as the Panthers held on for a 56-51 win Friday night.


  • Friday Dec 12 | via The Baltimore Sun 

    Roundup: Long Reach tops No. 12 River Hill, 54-44

    Long Reach scored the game's final 10 points, including eight from the foul line, to break open a tie game and pull away for a 54-44 victory over No.12 River Hill. The Lightning scored half of their points from the line.


  • Tuesday Dec 9 | via Hometown Annapolis 

    Swimming: Hayburn, Hakun lead St. Mary's

    ST. MARY'S 99, BRYN MAWR 66: Annie Hayburn won the 100 backstroke and the 50 free while Marcella Hakun captured the 200 IM and 100 Fly to lead the Saints over the Mawrtians. Abby Andrews and Kylie McMahon each won a race while helping Hayburn and Hakun to the 200 medley and 400 freestyle relay titles.


  • Monday Dec 8 | via Hometown Annapolis 

    Old Mill tailback selected to receive Rhodes Trophy

    Head coach Chad McCormick readily admits the Old Mill football team rode the running of Donovan Franklin to the Class 4A state championship game. Franklin was a real workhorse during the postseason, rushing for 633 yards on 129 carries in four playoff games.


  • Friday Dec 5 | via The Maryland Gazette 

    Balanced Bulldogs pull away from Annapolis

    Horvath had 22 points to lead five Bulldogs in double figures, Malachi Terry added 17 points and 11 rebounds, and Southern used an early fourth- quarter surge to pull away and defeat defending Class 4A East Region champion Annapolis in boys basketball, 78-67, on Friday night. "It was great to start the season in front of our home fans and beat a team like Annapolis, who we normally do not beat on a regular basis," Southern coach Will Maynard said.


Annapolis High Schools

Annapolis Senior High (2700 Riva Road)
Broadneck Senior High (1265 Green Holly Drive)
J. Albert Adams Academy At Adams Park (245 Clay Street)