Saturday, May 25, 2013
Bel Air and LaPlata played for the championship Saturday.
The Bel Air Bobcats earned the state title in baseball after a hard fought game Sautrday at Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen. The Bobcats defeated the LaPlata Warriors 3-2 to secure the Class 3A Championship, according to The Bellarion. Check out photos from the game and be sure to add your own.
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
The Harford County teams faced off in the championship game at UMBC Tuesday.
Fallston High School took home the state title in boys lacrosse Tuesday for the second year in a row. The Cougars defeated the Patterson Mill Huskies, 15-5, to secure the 2013 MPSSAA Class 2A/1A boys championship at UMBC Stadium. Were you able to attend the game at UMBC? Share your photos by clicking the "Upload Photos and Videos" button.
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
The Eagles will square off with Edgewood in a game at C. Milton Wright High School.
The Aberdeen girls basketball team is playing for the conference championship Wednesday. The Eagles and Edgewood will square off at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the title matchup at C. Milton Wright. Edgewood (16-6 overall) won the Susquehanna Division, going 14-0 in division play. Aberdeen (19-3 overall) was unbeaten in division play, as well, going 12-0 against Chesapeake Division opponents. » See the full UCBAC standings for both boys and girls in the charts with this post. The Eagles are also a top seed in the region playoffs. For more on their postseason schedule, read here. The UCBAC boys title game is also slated for Wednesday at C. Milton Wright. Edgewood (11-1 Chesapeake Division) and Joppatowne meet in a 5 p.m. tip.
Thursday, February 14, 2013
UCBAC Championships are on the way.
The Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference released updated standings Thursday morning in advance of championship matchups. The Bel Air Bobcats are wrestling champions in the Chesapeake division while Aberdeen Eagles hold the wrestling championship title in the Susquehanna division. In basketball, the Edgewood girls are champions on the Chesapeake side while Aberdeen took home the Susquehanna title. Boys basketball standings underwent a major upset after Aberdeen forfeited all games before Feb. 1 for using an inelligble player, leaving Joppatowne on top. See details if championship games below: Note: The standings are posted by division, in alphabetical order, as provided by the conference. Did you know? You can post your own photos and …
Thursday, December 27, 2012
Five Harford County swimming programs have winning records heading into 2013.
C. Milton Wright is ahead of the pack, but there are plenty of teams paddling through the wake in the Harford County swimming standings. Heading into 2013, the Mustangs are undefeated as a team—led by a 5-0 girls team—while Harford Tech is 4-1 overall—buoyed by a 5-0 boys team. Check out the full standings—both combined, and by boys and girls teams—in the slideshow above. Also, find the top times in each event in the PDF with this post. Have photos of your swimmers in action? Add them to this post, and we might feature them in a separate slideshow on all three Harford County Patch sites this week. A big swim fan? Why not contribute to Patch regularly? Join our Local Voices and post your own stories, photos or video.
Thursday, December 6, 2012
The Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference named players in the All-Susquehanna Division.
1st Team Offense 1st Team Defense 2nd Team Offense 2nd Team Defense Honorable Mention Offense Honorable Mention Defense
Friday, November 9, 2012
Tag pics with #UCBAC on Instagram and they'll appear on Harford County Patch sites.
Let Patch help document your team's run through the state tournament. Post your photos on Instagram and use the tag #UCBAC and your photos will appear in the photo collage below. How cool would it be to have a few photos from every game this weekend? Let's show some county-wide unity and support each other in the playoffs. While you're at it, follow your Harford County Patch sites on Instagram: You can also post photos on Patch and on our Maryland Patch Facebook page. Are you on Twitter? Follow and tag @HarfordCoPatch in your posts.
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
North Harford was the lone Harford County team to advance to the MPSSAA postseason.
The Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference landed four football teams in the MPSSAA region playoffs, but just one from Harford County. North Harford will be the lone representative from the county, while in Cecil County, UCBAC schools Perryville, Bo Manor and Elkton have advanced to the postseason. It marks the first time since the UCBAC was created in 2003 that Harford County has just one representative in the football playoffs. Click here for the playoff schedule. North Harford is postseason-bound for the fourth straight year and the seventh time in the past eight years. Five Harford County schools advanced last year. Have photos of your team in action? Post them on the 'Pics & Clips' tab at the top of the page, or submit by tagging #…
Thursday, October 11, 2012
The recognition comes with a $2,000 donation to the school’s football program among other prizes.
The C. Milton Wright Mustangs are having a great year in football, and head coach Marc Alegi is getting some major credit this week. Just six games into his first year as head coach, Alegi was named Ravens High School Coach of the Week. The Mustangs toppled the previously undefeated Fallston Cougars Friday in a hard fought game. After falling behind 14-0 in the first half, the team rallied with three touchdown passes from quarterback Omar Walker, stopping the Fallston scoring streak in its tracks, according to a release from the Ravens program. "A lot of times when a team quickly goes up 14-0, the players are shell-shocked," Alegi said in the release. "But our kids responded immediately, saying, 'We’ve got this coach.' The perseverance and…
Monday, October 1, 2012
The varsity squad was undefeated going into Friday's game.
C. Milton Wright suffered its first varsity football loss of the season Friday against Overlea. The team was undefeated going into Friday night's home game. The Mustangs ended the night with a 14-6 loss. Are you a huge fan? Write about the UCBAC or your team in our Local Voices. Start here. Have photos or video from the games? Upload them into the Patch Pics & Clips section.