Wednesday, April 24, 2013
The Upper Cheapeake Bay Athletic Conference includes teams from Harford and Cecil counties.
Rivalries add depth to the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference. But, according to one official, fights among rivals are rare. A rivalry between Fallston and North Harford's varsity lacrosse teams was solidified earlier this month when a fight broke out during a game. Video of the altercation was posted to YouTube.com following the April 12 varsity boys game at North Harford. The video is attached to this article. Ken Zorbach, supervisor of athletics with Harford County Public Schools, confirmed there was a fight at the game. "It's been dealt with," Zorbach said. Zorbach explained he could not go into detail about disciplinary actions taken by the school. He said the two schools are sports rivals, but fights at school sporting events …
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 …
Friday, January 4, 2013
C. Milton Wright and Bel Air high schools are undefeated against division opponents in wrestling so far. Check out the standings for the entire conference.
The Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference released updated standings Friday morning and Bel Air and C. Milton Wright are standing tall in wrestling. 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 videos by clicking the Pics & Clips tab at the top of the page? You can also write about your own team! Skip the middle man altogther and join our Local Voices by clicking here. — Report scores & suggest story ideas—email firstname.lastname@example.org
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, May 4, 2012
The Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference has released standings.
The Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference released updated standings Friday, including the pairings and game times of the conference title games. Note: The standings are posted by division, in alphabetical order, as provided by the conference. The UCBAC championships are as follows: TENNIS » UCBAC Tournament, May 5, 7 and 8 at Bel Air and Patterson Mill high schools GIRLS LACROSSE » C. Milton Wright vs. Harford Tech, 5:30 p.m. on May 7 at James R. Harris Stadium BOYS LACROSSE » Fallston vs. Harford Tech, 7 p.m. on May 7 at James R. Harris Stadium BASEBALL » North Harford vs. Rising Sun, 6:30 p.m. on May 9 at Harford Community College SOFTBALL » Rising Sun vs. Harford Tech, 7 p.m. on May 9 at Rising Sun TRACK & FIELD » UCBAC Meet, May 8 …
Thursday, January 19, 2012
Patch updates the latest standings in the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference.
The Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference released updated standings Thursday. Note: The standings are posted by division, in alphabetical order, as provided by the conference. Who are the teams to beat? Who are the standout players in each sport? Tell us about what you've seen in the comments. Report scores, suggest story ideas or start a UCBAC blog on Patch by sending an email to email@example.com
Monday, December 12, 2011
The North defeated the South, 27-24, in the first ever UCBAC senior showcase game.
North Harford football coach Ken Brinkman knew the first would be the toughest. That's why, when talking with Patch in August about the inaugural Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference senior showcase football game, Brinkman looked to the future. “We just said, let's do something with our kids, with coaches in town, and you’ll get a chance for our kids to play,” Brinkman told Patch. “It’ll be a really good thing in the long-run.” After Sunday's game, the future looks bright. Before a solid crowd at Bobcat Stadium in Bel Air, the North Team defeated the South Team, 27-24, on a last-minute drive, orchestrated by Brinkman's Hawks quarterback Ryan Stinar. Aberdeen's Christian Carpenter (North) and Joppatowne's Jamil Lee (South) were named …
Wednesday, November 30, 2011
Competition begins Monday, but teams have been preparing for nearly a month.
The Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference opens the winter sports schedule Monday. Aberdeen's girls' basketball team will look to repeat last year's success, when the Eagles advanced to the state championship before losing to Frederick. Elkton and Joppatowne also reached the state tournament, losing in the semifinal round. While no UCBAC boys' basketball team reached the state tournament in March, Aberdeen may have the best shot at making a run this season. The Eagles, who had an up-and-down season in 2010-2011, reached the state semifinals the previous season. The UCBAC had two individual wrestling champions last spring. Aberdeen senior Shayduan Velez won the 112-pound class and Patterson Mill sophomore Zach Cullison won the 119-pound …
Friday, November 25, 2011
Both teams are in the football playoff semifinals and at stake are berths in the state championships.
History is on the line this weekend for two local high school football teams. Aberdeen and Perryville are trying to become the first Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference schools to win a Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association state championship since 2003. But first, they must advance past the state semifinal round. Aberdeen is seeking its second-ever state championship appearance. The Eagles won the Class 2A state title in 2003. Perryville, the lone representative from Cecil County to reach the playoffs this year and the only undefeated team in the UCBAC after winning the Susquehanna Division, is in the state semifinals for the first time in school history. Both squads are under new head coaches: Aberdeen with former …
Monday, November 7, 2011
The Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference will be represented in three region playoffs.
The Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference will have six teams participating when the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association region playoffs begin Friday. Six of the 15 UCBAC teams reached the playoffs this year after four qualified last year. It's the most teams to reach the region playoffs from the Harford-Cecil league since a record seven teams made the postseason in 2006. Aberdeen and Perryville reached the postseason for the first time since 2004. Fallston and Patterson Mill are playoff-bound for the second straight year. North Harford is playing for the third straight November, while Havre de Grace has been in the playoffs every year since 2006. Here is the breakdown, including one semifinal matchup of local rivals…