Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Both the Broadneck boys and girls teams will be playing at home in the first round.
The brackets are set and the high school lacrosse postseason will begin on Wednesday. The Broadneck boys are the No. 6 seed and will host 11th-seeded Severna Park. The girls earned the No. 3 seed and will host Annapolis. The boys and girls teams from South River are among the favorites from Anne Arundel County after earning high seeds in the Class 4A/3A East region. Leondardtown is the top seed in the girls East region, while Northern High in Calvert County is the top seed on the boys side. Here's a look at how other teams from Anne Arundel County are positioned in the 4A/3A bracket. CLASS 4A/3A EAST REGION Annapolis: The boys are the 13th seed and will travel to Arundel for a first-round game. The girls are also the 13th seed and will …
Monday, April 22, 2013
Eastom will play for Northwestern University in the fall.
Natalee Eastom was among more than 20 athletes at Broadneck High School to sign college commitment letters on Thursday. Eastom, the goalie for the high school girls' lacrosse team, talked with Patch about her upcoming match against rivals Severna Park High School. Eastom will be headed to Northwestern University in Chicago in the fall to play for their lacrosse team. Patch also interviewed two other student-athletes at the Thursday commitment letter signing:
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
The front of the shirts reads: “Always Remember Tracy #15,” and the back reads, “One County, One Rival, One Heart.”
Broadneck High School lacrosse players wore shirts with the message, “One County, One Rival, One Heart," in the wake of the death of a Severna Park High School student. Broadneck High School’s girls lacrosse team showed up at a Severna Park High School lacrosse game on Thursday wearing T-shirts bearing a message of support for Tracy Vander Kolk, 16, a SPHS student and lacrosse player, who died earlier in May. The idea for the T-shirts came from Broadneck High School (BHS) lacrosse player Blair Bernhardt, who played with Vander Kolk when she was younger. Bernhardt said her idea spread among the team, and within two days, they had the shirts made. BHS lacrosse team captain Anna Haley said Bernhardt’s idea struck a chord with the team, and …
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.
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
The girls lacrosse team will play North Point on Wednesday.
The brackets for the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association (MPSSAA) state lacrosse tournaments are set, and nearly every county school has one last shot at a title. The Broadneck High School boys lacrosse team will play Friday against the winner of the matchup between Arundel and Meade high schools. The Bruins are seeded second in the Class 3A/4A East region, which allowed them to bypass the first round. Boradneck girls will play North Point on Wednesday. The winner of that game will advance to play Annapolis on Friday. Here's the rundown of every matchup involving a county team. All matches will be part of the Class 3A/4A East Region, unless otherwise noted. BOYS Broadneck (2) earned a first-round bye. The Bruins will …
Thursday, May 19, 2011
Severna Park pulls away from Broadneck in the second half to claim the Maryland 4A-3A East region championship.
SEVERNA PARK - The Broadneck High girls lacrosse season came to an end on Wednesday, losing to Severna Park, 9-4. The local rivals squared off for the Maryland 4A-3A East regional final, with the host Falcons claiming the title. A gritty 11-save performance by senior goalie Julia Burns kept the Lady Bruins within striking distance for much of the game, but wasn't enough as the offense went cold and the defense wore down. "It's hard to come out and not get the result you want, especially when you know you that you can do it," senior Alli Dawson said. Goals from Rachel Mia and Morgan Torggler had Severna Park up 2-0 after just after nine minutes of play. Torggler would pace the Lady Falcons with a game high four goals. "Morgan was …
Sunday, May 15, 2011
Broadneck defeats Annapolis 10-7 yesterday and continue in regional playoffs.
The Broadneck Bruins vs. Annapolis Panthers dueled Saturday afternoon in regional lacrosse playoffs and it was an intense one. The lead was maintained by Broadneck throughout, but Annapolis didn’t go down without a fight. Broadneck's first goal was made by Paige Duncan, assisted by Ali Dawson just six minutes into the game. The second goal was by Logan McCarthy who scored again for the third goal. Ellie McNulty made the fourth goal, assisted by Ali Dawson. Dawson was also the next to score. Coming from a crease roll from behind the net, Dawson faked left, and finished to the right. An amazing 20-yard pass from Aislinn Probst to Zoe Earnest scored the sixth goal. With 1:22 minutes left in the first half, Probst was pulled out due to an …
Thursday, April 28, 2011
Senior Mark Brashears powers the Broadneck attack with six goals in the victory.
Mark Brashears wasn't going to lose to Old Mill, not this year. When Broadneck (5-3) faced off against the visiting Patriots on Wednesday, there was no confusion as to who the better team was. The Bruin boys dominated to the tune of a 17-2 victory. "Old Mill beat us last year, so we kind of had a little chip on our shoulder playing against them," Brashears said. "So we decided to just come out here and show them this year we're for real." Brashears netted the games opening three goals, including his second and third tally that finished a mere five seconds apart. "[I] found an opening and just put it in there," said Brashears, modestly describing his third goal. The senior attackman scored a game high six goals, as well assisted another …
Wednesday, April 13, 2011
Broadneck boys lacrosse returns to the win column with a 12-5 victory over Annapolis. The Lady Bruins were also victorious, topping the Panthers 19-12.
After forcing itself into needing a fourth-quarter comeback against Severna Park on Thursday, the Broadneck High boys lacrosse team wanted to make sure it played a complete game against Annapolis. On Tuesday, the Bruins traveled to a damp Al Laramore Field and delivered a 12-5 triumph. "After we lost to Severna Park our guys didn't sulk about it," Broadneck coach Clay White said. The Bruins, who found themselves down 1-0 after one quarter of play, saw seven different players record goals, led by senior Mark Brashears with three. Thirty-two seconds into the second quarter defender Cameron Rowe tied the game at one and his brother Colin Rowe gave Broadneck the lead only 16 seconds after that. The Bruins would never look back, as Brooks …
Friday, April 8, 2011
Both varsity teams fall to rival Severna Park.
Despite late charges, both Broadneck's boys and girls lacrosse teams fell to Severna Park this week. The Broadneck High boys lacrosse team fell to Severna Park, 8-5. Down six to begin the fourth quarter, the Bruins (3-2 in county play) stormed back to cut the lead to three, but could not complete the late comeback against their in-county rivals. "They got the best of us on facing off," Broadneck coach Clay White said. "That was a key, we didn't do well facing off." Severna Park won 11 face-offs compared to six for Broadneck. A potent but very patient Falcon attack worked the Broadneck defenders, passing around until a good shot opened up. Severna Park entered Lawrence E. Knight Stadium not only arch rivals of the Bruins, but with the …