Saturday, February 17, 2018

Maggie Anderson To Play For Liberty

  Senior Maggie Anderson of Davidsonville  has signed with Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA to play lacrosse in 2018-19.  Anderson has been a 4 year varsity lacrosse player at AACS along with 4 years of varsity field hockey.  She has 12 years of playing experience behind her and has received both all-conference and all-county honors in lacrosse.  She is also apart of the 2015 and 2016 championship teams.
Anderson chose Liberty for the community and energy she felt while on campus.  She knew from early on that this is the place she wanted to go for college.  It had everything she was looking for.  It was a bigger Christian school close to home with her desired major of interior design.  After her visit to the campus, she came home saying "I am going to play there."  Playing lacrosse at Liberty had always been her goal.
Since entering AACS in 9th grade, AACS has played a large role in her preparation for college.  The challenging academics and spiritual influence has set her on the path for success.  Playing field hockey and lacrosse in high school has given her the constant reminder of who we all play for.  Athletics has taught her sportsmanship and humility.
"Her leadership role as a captain was exemplified through her skills, discipline, and willingness to lead by example in every aspect of the game.  Maggie's tenacity and drive is evident on the field.  Without hesitation, I can say that she is a young woman of integrity, probity, and passion." said Women's Lacrosse Ualani Schmitt
Jim Domoracki, Athletic Director said, "Maggie has worked hard throughout her high school years. She's been a good teammate and a good leader.  I am happy that her hard work has resulted in this opportunity at Liberty.  It is well deserved."

Maloof and Mazza Lead Towson U. To Win

    Grant Maloof scored 2 goals and Jon Mazza 3 as the Towson Tigers defeated Mt. St. Marys 15-13 on Feb. 17.  Grant and Jon are both from Davidsonville.

UMBC Loses To Navy

     Billy O'Hara of Davidsonville gathered 3 ground balls as UMBC lost 7-5 to Navy  in lacrosse  on Feb 17.
     For a recap of the game,  go to:

Madison Carter Leads PSU To Win

     Davidsonville junior Madison Carter was brilliant in the circle earning a game-high 10 draw controls, while junior Kayla Brisolari (Crofton, Md.) added four as  Penn State defeated Lehigh 14-13.
     For a complete description of the game,  go to:

Pat Spencer Leads Loyola To Win

     Loyola University Maryland outscored Johns Hopkins University 7-1 in the second half Saturday, and the 14th-ranked Greyhounds turned a 5-4 halftime lead into a 12-5 victory over the ninth-ranked Blue Jays at Ridley Athletic Complex.
     Pat Spencer  tied for game scoring honors with 3 goals and 3 assists.
     For a complete description of the game go to:

Friday, February 16, 2018

Billy O'Hara At UMBC

Exerpt from Capital Gazette article:

UMBC’s other captain is senior long stick midfielder Billy O’Hara, another South River alum. The tough, gritty Davidsonville resident led the Retrievers in ground balls in each of the previous two seasons and has amassed more than 100 for his career.
“Billy is a tremendous teammate and provides great leadership. He is a real impact player with his ability to get the ball off the ground and take it away,” said Moran, noting that O’Hara also had 35 caused turnovers in 2016 and 2017.
You can read the entire long article about the UMBC lacrosse team at;

You can read Billy's bio at:

Thursday, February 15, 2018

Cassandra LeTorre At Greenboro College

    Cassandra LeTorre, daughter of Jonathan and Cynthia LeTorre of Davidsonville, is a freshman at Greensboro College and was on their soccer team this fall.  Her bio can be read at:

Liam Kelly At Yale

    Liam Kelly, son of Chris and Marlene Kelly of Davidsonville,  is a senior at Yale University and is on their lacrosse team. You can read his bio at:

Savannah Boyd At Mary Washington U.

    Savannah Boyd, daughter of Donny and Debbi Boyd of Davidsonville, is a junior at the University of Mary Washington and is on their lacrosse team.   She was on the CAC All Academic team in her freshman and sophomore years.
    Her bio can be read at:

Caroline Mullin At Mary Washington U.

    Caroline Mullin, daughter of Marc and Cheri Mullin of Davidsonville,  is a senior at the University of Mary Washington and was on their soccer team this past fall.  Her bio can be read at:

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Patrick Benton at NJTI

Patrick Benton is a junior at the New Jersey Technical Institute and is on their lacrosse team
His bio can be read at:

Jon Mazza At Towson

Jon Mazza, son of   Frank and Dana  Mazza of  Davidsonville, is a junior at  Towson University and is on their lacrosse team.

Jon's bio can be read at
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Monday, February 12, 2018

Michael Bucci At St. Marys of MD

    Michael Bucci, son of Vance and Lindley Bucci of Davidsonville is a junior at St. Marys College of Maryland.   He is on the lacrosse team.  His bio can be read at:

Recent Davidsonville Home Sales

Recent Davidsonville home sales include:

1)    A one story home on .34 scre at 3723 Nile Rd sold by 3723 Nile LLC to George Weber and Allicon Dower for$380,000.

2)    A two story home on 3.01 acres at 1100 Thomas Swann Lane sold by Dan Boeskin to Jonathan and Monica Carrier for $935,000.

Sunday, February 11, 2018

Loyola Lacrosse Losses In Double OT

    Loyola opened up a 4-2 lead Satursday before the end of the game's first quarter   Pat Spencer, of Davidsonville,  was involved in  all four of the Greyhounds'  four goals.  He scored the first unassisted after running from behind the cage, using a hesitation step to get past his defender before bouncing a shot inside the near post. 
    Spencer then was on the feeding end of the next Greyhounds' score when he threw a pass over the cage to a crashing Drapeau to put Loyola up 2-0 after just 68 seconds.
    After a goal by Virginia,  Loyola responded less than three minutes later as Spencer initiated from behind to feed P.J. Brown for a 15-yard low-to-low sling at 5:51. Virginia got back within one at 3:14 as Ian Laviano scored the first of what would be a game-high five goals, the first coming on extra-man.
    Spencer, however, pushed the advantage back to a pair with 15 seconds left before the expiration of the first quarter. John Duffy threw a pass from goal-line extended to Spencer at the top of the box, and Spencer stepped into an 18-yard bouncer that found the net.
    You can read all the game details at: