Bennett Buch of Pikesville, a Marriotts Ridge golfer, won the individual boys title at the state golf championships, according to the Baltimore Sun.
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Monday, May 7, 2012
Pikesville High School varsity lacrosse fans Casey and Mitchell Parson give an update on the boys team season in a Letter to the Editor.
Following is the letter to the editor submitted by Casey and Mitchell Parson: This year has brought many changes to the Pikesville High varsity lacrosse team. Not only did the team get a new set of coaches after more than ten years, they also had to rebuild following the graduation of most of their starting line-up. Head Coach Jack Rose and assistant Coach Nick Funk spent a significant portion of this season trying to develop the players who came to the team with little to no experience. Controlling the offense this year was returning starter, sophomore, Jory Parson. At this point in the season, Jory has accumulated 28 goals with support from sophomores Jesse Fidel and Zack Miller. The mid-field has a solid group of players with …
Thursday, December 8, 2011
The new program is funded in part by a grant from the National Endowment of the Arts to the Baltimore County Youth Ballet, and is coordinated by the Greater Pikesville Recreation Council.
Tuesday, December 6, 2011
BaltimoreSportsReport.com preview lists Milford Mill in the top 15 teams among Baltimore County, Baltimore City, and Harford, Cecil and Anne Arundel Counties. The game to watch is Milford Mill vs Owings Mills, Dec. 16 at Owings Mills.
Tuesday, September 6, 2011
With just three seniors on the roster, Pikesville opened its season with a 2-2 tie against Beth Tfiloh.
Heading into last week’s season opener against Beth Tfiloh, Pikesville boys soccer coach Mark Lavallee’s message to his team was the same as it had been all through preseason practice. “I didn’t really have a message for that particular game,” said Lavallee, in his ninth season as the Panthers’ head coach. “I just told them to keep working to improve and get better.” With the Panthers being such a young team— there are just three seniors on the roster and just one starter returns from last year—Lavallee says that’s something he’ll keep empathizing to his players throughout the season. While he says his team still has a lot to learn and is bound to experience some growing pains during the season, Lavallee came away pleased with how his …
Saturday, September 3, 2011
Pikesville opens its season with a 2-2 tie against Beth Tfiloh.
Although the Panthers’ season-opening game against Beth Tfiloh didn’t produce a win, Pikesville High School boys soccer coach Mark Lavallee said the team's performance was a step in the right direction. The game finished as a 2-2 tie. “The kids really played well,” Lavallee said of his team. “We were able to compete, and compete well. We’re a young team, so each game is going to be a learning process.” On Friday, the Panthers actually led 2-1 with less than 10 minutes left in the game, but were unable to hold onto the advantage. Beth Tfiloh’s Iti Rodban scored to tie the game with just six minutes remaining. Neither team was able to score in overtime. Dylan Beker and Josh Borris each scored for Pikesville. Beker’s goal put the Panthers in …