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The high schools in the State of Maryland have an urgent need. They need officials in almost every sport. In some communities the shortage is critical enough that high school games are either being postponed or cancelled.

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Becoming a high school official is the easiest call you will ever make. As an official, you protect the integrity of the games our kids love to play by displaying qualities like honesty, objectivity, consistency, courage, and common sense. Officials have the opportunity to help teenagers learn life lessons that will benefit them for a lifetime. As veteran officials continue to retire, new officials have an opportunity to make a huge difference in the lives of hundreds of young people every year.



KI Boys Lacrosse Wins 4th State Title

KI Boys Lacrosse Wins 4th State Title

The Kent Island Bucs beat Hereford 9-3 to win the 2023 2A Maryland State Boys Lacrosse Championship. It was their second straight title and fourth in the schools history. Pic courtesy of KI Lax FB

White & Huster Give NCHS First Tennis Title

White & Huster Give NCHS First Tennis Title

Rebecca White and Josh Huster won the 2023 Maryland 2A Mixed Doubles Tennis Championship. Their win gave North Caroline its first tennis title in the schools history.

North Dorchester Softball Claims State Title

North Dorchester Softball Claims State Title

The North Dorchester Eagles beat Catoctin 1-0 to win the 2023 Maryland 1A State Championship. Emilee Cohee struck out and gave up just 3 hits of the day. She also drove in Anna Hopkins to score the winning run. Pic credit to ND Softball

Easton High Creates Morgans Message Chapter

Easton High Creates Morgans Message Chapter

Easton High Starts Morgans Message Chapter by Georgia Murdoch Morgan’s Message is a mental health program that raises awareness and “is committed to elevating the diversity of perspectives found within athletics”. It was founded after the death of Morgan Rogers, a Duke lacrosse player who tragically took her own life. “Morgan was raised in Fauquier County and later played lacrosse at Duke” “In January of 2017, just before her sophomore season, Morgan endured a dream-shattering knee injury. Her feelings of isolation from the team and stress cause by other relationship issues accelerated the return of anxiety and depression. As a result, Morgan died by suicide July 11, 2019 at the age of 22” ( Just this year, Easton High School Juniors, Emily Currie and Taylor Roach, decided to start a Morgan’s Message chapter for anyone who wanted to be a part of the group. When asked, Taylor Roach explained that their main goal with the Easton chapter was to “make a safe space for students and end the stigma surrounding mental health, especially in school athletics.” At the meetings, held on the second and third Thursdays of each month, they contribute something to the school’s hallway chalkboard. Upon research, the girls learned that coloring can reduce stress. With this information, during the first week of their meetings participants colored butterflies, the logo of Morgan’s Message. The following week, each member wrote affirmations on sticky notes for passing students to read, hopefully brightening their day. When asked, Emily Currie explained that their chapter’s biggest accomplishment so far was the Morgan’s Message dedication game against Queen Annes High School. As a captain on the Varsity Easton women’s lacrosse team, she felt that it was her job as an ambassador to spread awareness about Morgan Rodger’s story. At the beginning of the game, she gave a speech and each player wore a Morgan’s Message shirt with the blue butterfly emblem to warm up prior to the game (see picture). “Both teams came together and we were both playing for something that was more than just the game. We raised money for Morgan’s Message by selling tee shirts.” Both Emily and Taylor will continue leading this chapter next year as seniors and “plan on passing it down to a future leader within the school after we graduate.” They hope that whoever takes over will continue to spread awareness throughout Easton High School.

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School: North Caroline High

Grade: Class of 2022

Favorite Cereal: Golden Grahams

Favorite Food: Shrimp Alfredo

Favorite Music: R & B and Alternative

Person You Would Like to Meet: Emma Chamberlain (YouTube)

Best Advice Ever Given: Don't try to be popular; it means literally nothing after high school

If you could travel anywhere on the Earth, where would you go? I would love to travel all over Europe, but I really want to go to Amsterdam

Megan Carpenter

Megan Carpenter

Field Hockey and Tennis

School: Kent Island High

Grade: Class of 2023

Favorite Cereal: Mini Wheats

Favorite Food: Pasta

Favorite Music: Country and Pop

Person You Would Like to Meet: Chris Evans (Actor from Fantastic Four and Avengers)

Best Advice Ever Given: Wear your sunscreen

If you could be a Superhero who would it be? Why?: Scarlet Witch; Because she is the strongest Avenger and can control things with her mind.

Kayla Wielgosz

Kayla Wielgosz


School: North Caroline High

Grade: Class of 2024

Favorite Cereal: Frosted Flakes

Favorite Food: Tacos

Favorite Music: Mostly anything upbeat

Person You Would Like to Meet: Dylan O'Brian (Stiles from Teen Wolf & Thomas from Maze Runner)

Best Advice Ever Given: You can't learn to fly without crashing a few times

If you could be a Superhero who would it be? Why?: The present-day Spider Man; Because he always tries to do the right thing while thinking about those around him and how something could affect them. This also keeps him motivated to keep trying.

Evelyn Murphy

Evelyn Murphy

Field Hockey, Cross Country, Basketball, Lacrosse

School: Saints Peter & Paul

Grade: Class of 2023

Favorite Cereal: Cheerios with banana slices on top

Favorite Food: Ice Cream

Favorite Music: Anything upbeat

Person You Would Like to Meet: Taylor Swift

Best Advice Ever Given: Be the best version of yourself

If you could be a Superhero who would it be? Why?: The Flash; Because being lightning fast would be extremely fun and especially helpful on the field