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CECIL COUNTY — The 2019 high school football season begins Friday, Sept. 6. The Cecil Whig sports staff highlights the top five can’t-miss games of the upcoming year, including a pair of postseason rematches, two heated rivalries and a much-anticipated…
CAMBRIDGE — When Kareem Otey began teaching physical education in Dorchester County schools in 2005, she didn’t know how she’d adjust to life on the Eastern Shore.
WORTON — Listeners of 90.5 WKHS know Taiyana Goldsborough as “T Golds.” It’s a well-earned moniker for Goldsborough, who had a golden career at Kent County High School — on and off the air.
ELKTON — Niles Scott stood at the entrance to Elkton High Stadium, occupying the space beneath the tall statue of the school’s golden elk mascot, and graciously posed for photographs and signed autographs with every kid who gathered around him.
WYE MILLS — With Bayside Conference Player of the Year JayShaun Freeman creating timely offense, the Bayside H.O.Y.A.S fought off a formidable challenge from Stevensville Monday evening to win the Chesapeake Summer Basketball League championship.
ELKTON — As soon as Elkton wrestling coach Mike Wright shared his idea for a Cecil County-wide summer wrestling camp with Nick Willey, the former Elkton state champion and 2005 graduate wasted little time jumping on board.
WORTON — Underclassmen Noah Iseman and Peyton Taylor, co-MVPs for 9-9 Kent County, have been named to the elite All-North Bayside Conference first team in all-star voting by the division’s head baseball coaches.