When Rich Wilson started coaching volleyball 21 years ago, he admittedly had no idea what he was doing.
Two state titles and 211 wins later, it’s apparent he has learned a great deal along the way.
Kendie Hudson hoped to return to Cecil County to teach and coach.
Her dreams were realized quickly.
Just a few months removed from Elizabethtown College graduation, Hudson accepted a math teaching position at North East High and is the head varsity field hockey coach for the Indians.
Aaron Martens went wire-to-wire to win the Huk Performance Fishing Bassmaster Elite tournament which concluded Sunday in North East.
Serve the community. See the world.
Vince Yale had long hoped to take a vacation to Europe. He got the opportunity this summer, but it wasn't solely a sightseeing trip.
Yale recently returned from Kutno, Poland, where he worked as an umpire in the Little League Softball Europe and Africa Region tournament.
Photos from the Huk Performance Fishing Bassmaster Elite tournament in North East.
Jake Moore, who guided the Perryville High track and field and cross country programs from relative obscurity to state supremacy, has stepped down from his teaching and coaching responsibilities to accept an administration position in Chester County, Pa.
Moore will be an assistant principal at Kennett Middle School in Landenberg, part of the Kennett Consolidated School District.
He got a contingency offer several days ago but his Pennsylvania certification had not been processed. The official offer came yesterday at 4 p.m. and he accepted immediately.
Moore informed the Perryville team this morning following the first cross country practice of the season.
Perryville's Senior Division softball team went out in style.
Melissa Savin and Aleshia Shires combined on a no-hitter as Perryville topped Delaware 7-0 in last Wednesday.
Perryville went 1-3 in Mid-Atlantic pool play and did not qualify for the east region semifinals.