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FREDERICK — Gov. Larry Hogan and State Superintendent of Schools Dr. Karen Salmon announced in Frederick County Thursday that high school sports in Maryland are now allowed to fully begin in October.
Tiffany Cephas has stepped down as girls’ head basketball coach at North Dorchester High.
The Bayside Conference has moved closer to beginning practices, whether in-person or virtual, by the end of September.
The Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association released updated information about high school sports’ return Friday.
CHESTERTOWN — Darryl Deaton, the affable junior varsity basketball coach at alma mater Kent County High School and unofficial historian of his Washington Park neighborhood, died unexpectedly at his home Saturday evening, Sept. 5 — several hours after a community…
WORTON — The fiercest opponent student-athletes faced in the 2019-20 academic year came from a previously unknown foe, an unpredictable and deadly coronavirus that shuttered schools nationwide in March.
Cecil County Public School and Cecil County Parks and Recreation have worked out an arrangement to allow high-school level sports to continue in the fall, with schools competing in scrimmages locally.