Monday, October 15, 2012
Despite the loss, Broadneck’s Athletic Director Ken Kazmarek said he was proud of the team’s performance.
Broadneck High School’s golf team won’t be heading to the state tournament for the first time in years. The team placed seventh in Friday’s District 5 championships, two weeks after winning the county title over other Anne Arundel County high schools. However, some of those teams ended up placing higher than Broadneck (354) in the district tournament—with South River High School in third (332) and Severna Park High School in fourth (334), according to The Capital. Despite missing the road to the state tournament this year, Broadneck’s Athletic Director Ken Kazmarek said he was proud of the team’s performance and their county title victory. “It wasn’t expected. They went into that like any other golf meet just trying to do their best, but …
Tuesday, September 11, 2012
The Baltimore Sun met with Broadneck's Girls Varsity Soccer Captain Emily Lord to talk about this season.
Friday, September 7, 2012
Enjoy pizza, drinks and gaming at a local church after the Bruins' first 2012 home game.
A local church is giving attendees of Broadneck High School's first 2012 home game a chance to kick back and celebrate after the game. The after-game event, Fifth Quarter, has been sponsored by Broadneck Evangelical Presbyterian Church for nearly 20 years. The event is designed to offer BHS students a safe, positive alternative to the typical after parties. This year's festivities kick off after The Bruins' first home game on Sept. 14, where they're set to play against the South River High School Seahawks. The activities at the church will take place in the gym, where there will be pizza, drinks, rides and games for all ages.
Friday, August 17, 2012
A school policy prohibits boys from playing girls sports, and there are no boys volleyball teams in the area.
Kameron Beans has a passion for volleyball, and wanted to finish out his high school career playing the sport he loved. But he was turned down from the Broadneck High School volleyball team during tryouts because of a school system policy that prohibits boys. The Capital reported that Beans, a 6-foot 3-inch senior, played at Archbishop Spalding High School as a freshman. His parents—Romanzo and Beth Beans—helped coach BHS' volleyball team to four championships in the past decade. He's also a member of the U.S. Junior Olympic circuit. Beans may have had enough credibility and skill, but boys simply aren't allowed to play girls sports in Anne Arundel County, as he learned on Saturday when he arrived for fall tryouts at BHS. Bob Mosier, …
Sunday, August 12, 2012
Are you ready for the start of the fall sports season in Broadneck?
Dozens of teens gathered at Broadneck High School early on Saturday morning for the start of the fall sports season. Tryouts for all fall sports will continue throughout the week. On Saturday, students were running drills with coaches and doing laps around the track in preparation for team selections. Athletics Director Ken Kazmarek told Patch about 500 athletes were expected at BHS for tryouts. The sports include golf, football, cheerleading, volleyball, boys and girls soccer, cross country, field hockey, and unified tennis. "They're all cranking up and ready to start," Kazmarek said. Meet the coaches night is scheduled for 7-9 p.m. Aug. 23. For more information on the fall season, visit the official Broadneck High School Athletics …
Wednesday, July 25, 2012
Aislinn Probst, of Broadneck, was named the MVP of team Freedom in a national tournament this month.
A Broadneck High School lacrosse star was named most valuable player this week in a national tournament featuring some of the best high school players in the country. BHS girls’ lacrosse player Aislinn Probst was named the MVP for team Freedom in the Champion All-American Showcase, which wrapped up this weekend. The tournament featured players nominated and selected by coaches from around the country. The championship game in the all-star tournament was played between team Freedom and team Liberty. The final score was Freedom 16, Liberty 13, with Aislinn Probst named as the MVP for Freedom. Probst will be a senior this fall at BHS. The achievement earned recognition on national sports websites, including ESPN. Probst, along with four other…
Monday, May 21, 2012
Chesapeake ended Broadneck's season during the regional championships on Friday, seizing its 16th straight victory this season, and the regional title.
Thursday, May 17, 2012
With a 17-2 record, the Bruins are headed toward another title.
Two Bruins players made it to the first team of the 2012 Anne Arundel County Coaches’ All-County softball team, which includes 15 of the county's best softball players. According to The Capital, Broadneck High School's softball team members Nikole Blackwell (senior, outfield), and Kristina Dillard (junior, utility) were named to the first team in the All-County squad. Emilee Pflueger (senior, pitcher) and Kasey McDowell (senior, second base), made it to the second team, and Kimber Salvas (senior, third base) was an honorable mention on the squad. The Bruins have won their last two playoff games, and will continue their run on Friday when they take on Chesapeake High School. For a complete list of the Anne Arundel County Coaches’ All-…
Monday, May 14, 2012
Broadneck's team beat out all others in the competition, with Severna Park placing second.
Broadneck High School's (BHS) varsity tennis team became county champions on Saturday after some intense matchups against the county's best. Most of the high school's varsity team will play in the regional tournaments scheduled for May 25 and 26. The BHS varsity tennis team that's headed to regionals includes: After the county championship rounds, schools were ranked according to the points they scored in various matchups. Here are the final rankings:
Saturday, May 12, 2012
Friday night's match-up ended with Arundel over Broadneck thanks to a game-scoring goal, delivering the first defeat the Bruins had experienced since their season opener.