Wednesday, August 29, 2012
The Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association is launching a new initiative to teach parents, coaches and students the ins and outs of college athletics.
The state's governing body of high school athletics is striving to make the transition to college easier on student-athletes. The Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association has put together a program to help families and schools better understand the process of college recruiting and eligibility. The service is provided through The Recruiting Education Foundation, Inc., a nonprofit organization. "We are happy to provide this informational program to our student-athletes and their families at no cost," MPSSAA Executive Director Ned Sparks said in a news release. "We highly encourage anyone who has aspirations of playing sports in college to watch this webinar. It is an outstanding first step in properly educating parents and …
Saturday, September 17, 2011
Gators defeated Generals 49-0.
Perry Hall High varsity football defeated Towson 49-0 Friday night. It was the Gators's first home game of the season. It was Towson's third shutout loss. Find a roster of Perry Hall players here. Special thanks to photographer Jim Bowser for providing photos.
Friday, September 16, 2011
Starting Perry Hall High athletes become exhausted, yet continue to play offense and defense for the entire game.
Friday, September 16, 2011
Patch reader Enid Morgan submitted the following opinion editorial as a letter to the editor. I have a major gripe with regards to the varsity football program at Perry Hall High. Why is it that when there are close to 50 athletes listed on the roster, only half ever see playing time? Did they not all go through the same tryout process? Do they not all participate day in and day out in practices? The majority of them were either varsity or junior varsity the previous season, yes? Obviously, the coaches saw something in them in order to make them part of the team, didn't they? As I see it, the only reason these coaches allow so many players on the team is so they have enough for practice squads. After all, you can't have your starters …
Wednesday, September 14, 2011
Neither team scored during the Tuesday night opener.
Perry Hall High and Dulaney High School boys varsity soccer teams butted heads in a scoreless tie Tuesday night, the Baltimore Sun reported. As stated in the article: Perry Hall's Ethan Moller nearly won the game with a minute left in regulation, but his header sailed just over the bar. "It really frustrates you," Moller said. "Sometimes we get bounces, sometimes we don't. I wish I could have gotten under the ball and it would have been a completely different game. It just didn't happen." Read the full story here. Read Patch's profile on Perry Hall's new head soccer coach, Skelton Leaves Perry Hall's Soccer Program 'In Capable Hands'.