Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Overlea High School made moves at the Baltimore County Track and Field Championships over the weekend and one local team has made it to their regional championship.
Playoff action continues for one area school while another made a big showing at the Baltimore County Track and Field Championship over the weekend. Lacrosse Loch Raven High School's girls (No. 4) defeated Sparrows Point (No. 1) 13-7 when they traveled to the east side school Monday afternoon. The victory has earned the Raiders the right to compete for the regional championship in Class 2A North. The girls will host Pikesville (No. 7) for a game later this week, which currently has not been scheduled according to the MPSSAA website. Other regional championship games in Class 2A around the state are set for Wednesday afternoon. If the Raiders are able to get past Pikesville they'll be headed to the State semifinal game against either …
Friday, May 10, 2013
The first round of the state championship softball tournament was played Thursday afternoon.
Round one of the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association softball tournament is behind us and only one team remains standing. The Loch Raven Raiders (No. 6) travel to Lake Clifton (No. 3) this weekend after a first-round bye. Parkville (No. 5) lost a in a 14-5 upset to Towson (No. 12) Thursday afternoon while Overlea (No. 10) fell to Pikesville (No. 7) 12-2, according to brackets posted on the MPSSAA website. Play begins in the state baseball tournament this afternoon and continues in the boys and girls lacrosse tournaments where, just as in softball, only Loch Raven remains in competition.
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
First round play started Tuesday in the boys MPSSAA basketball championship tournament.
After one round of play, two local schools remain in competition for their respective region championships. The Overlea Falcons defeated their first round opponent, Bluford Drew Jemison STEM Academy (No. 6), in a Class 1A upset Tuesday evening. A score for the game was not immediately available. Overlea (No. 11) heads to Pikesville (No. 3) on Thursday; tip-off is at 6 p.m. An Overlea win over Pikesville, which earned a first-round bye, would see the Falcons take on the winner of a match-up between Bohemia Manor (No. 7) and Perryville (No. 2) early next week. In Class 2A competition, Loch Raven (No. 1) didn't play Tuesday night as their high seed earned them a first-round bye. The Raiders take on Owings Mills (No. 8) in a home game at 6 p.m…
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Play continues in the MPSSAA girls basketball state championship tournaments on Wednesday.
Three local schools had girl's teams take the court for the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association basketball championship tournament. After two rounds of play, only one of those teams remains. The Loch Raven Raiders, who won 62-59 in their home contest against Edmondson/Westside Monday night, will play again on Wednesday night when the third round of the tournament begins, according to the MPSSAA website. Loch Raven (No. 4) travels to Randallstown for third round play; if Loch Raven wins, they'll take on the winner of a game between Owings Mills (No. 2) and Chesapeake (No. 3) this weekend. Parkville High School's Knights made it to the second round of the tournament with an upset victory over Towson this past weekend, but …
Monday, February 25, 2013
Of the three local high schools, one had a first-round bye, one advanced with a first-round win and one was knocked out of the region tournament.
Parkville has lived to fight another day in the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association girls basketball tournament. Their local counterparts in Overlea weren't so lucky, upset by 10th-seeded Pikesville, 45-38, according to the MPSSAA website. The No. 12 Parkville Knights, however, were on the giving end of an upset—dominating No. 5 Towson, 43-29. Parkville plays at No. 4 Digital Harbor this afternoon at 4 p.m., according to the MPSSAA website. A victory over the Baltimore City school will see the Knights take on the winner of a contest between No. 1 Aberdeen and No. 9 Franklin on Feb. 27. No. 4 Loch Raven, which earned a bye in first-round play, will host No. 5 Edmonson/Westside this afternoon. A win will see the Raiders …
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
The high school's football team is seeded fourth going into the first week of postseason play.
The Overlea High School Falcons have done it again. After a run that sent them to the Class 1A state semifinals last season, Coach Craig Rollins has once again put his team into the playoffs. The No. 3 Falcons travel to Woodlawn High School to take on No. 2 New Town at 7 p.m. Friday in a regional semifinal game. Going to the game? Know an Overlea High School football player? Help Patch cover the playoff run by uploading photos and video to our Pics & Clips gallery. Email editor Nick Gestido (email@example.com) if you need help. If Overlea, with a regular season record of 8-2, beats New Town (also 8-2) it would earn the Falcons a spot in the regional finals where they would take on the winner of the No. 1 Reginald F. Lewis versus No. 4…
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
After a postseason run last year, the Overlea Falcons are off to a 4-1 start following a victory over C. Milton Friday night.
The Overlea High School Falcons are off to a great start this season after a 14-6 victory over C. Milton Wright High School last Friday. The victory leaves the boys varsity football team with a record of 4-1 to start the season. Last year the Falcons made a run at the postseason, ultimately losing to Northwestern in the regional finals after their original opponent, New Town, was forced to forfeit. As first reported by Varsity Sports Network, the Falcons were able to capitalize on mistakes made by the visiting Mustangs Squad to pull down the victory Friday night. After getting the W, Overlea has won 19 of its last 20 regular season contests. Ashantee Washington and Aaron Thomas each found the endzone for the Falcons, according to Varsity …
Friday, June 22, 2012
Dundalk-based soccer team with members from Overlea High School gears up for anniversary of victory over European teams.