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Snow Storm Causes Old Mill Athletic Events to be Rescheduled

Changes to the Spring 2018 Athletic Schedule 3/20 Tennis Scrimmage was rescheduled for Friday, 3/23 at North County – 3:30 PM 3/21 Baseball & Softball Games vs Northeast have been rescheduled for Saturday, March 24 Softball – Varsity at 2:00 pm & JV at 4:00 pm Baseball – Varsity at 3:00 pm & JV at

Old Mill Wrestling Coach Jim Grim Named Coach of the Year by the Capital/Gazette

By Jack Chavez, Coach of the Year: Jim Grim, Old Mill Old Mill finished the season with a 19-2 record and won the Anne Arundel County championship for the third time in five years, earning Grim Coach of the Year honors. The Patriots also won the Class 4A East Region dual-meet title and advanced

Old Mill Hires Bethany Hayden as Head Volleyball Coach

Old Mill High School is excited to announce the hiring of Bethany Hayden as the head coach of the Old Mill Volleyball program.  Bethany has served as an assistant coach at Old Mill for the last 3 years and also has experience coaching at the club level with Chesapeake Elite Volleyball Academy.  Bethany, an Archbishop

Old Mill set to face Bladensburg in state semifinal

Bob HoughContact Reporter Thirteen years ago, Mike Francis had to watch as members of the Old Mill boys basketball team cut down the nets after defeating his North County Knights to claim the Class 4A East Region title. On Saturday, though, there was Francis, cutting down the same net after leading Old Mill to this

MPSSAA State Semi-Final Boy’s Basketball Information

The Old Mill Boy’s Basketball Team will play Bladensburg High School on Thursday, March 8, 9:00 pm at the Xfinity Center on the campus of the University of Maryland – College Park in a State Semi-Final game.  Tickets are $10 at the state tournament and are available online at   The MPSSAA encourages fans to purchase tickets

Old Mill’s Fleming, South River’s Lewis advance to finals

By Jack Chavez UPPER MARLBORO —As the final seconds wound down in Robbie Fleming’s semifinal match, holding on to a one-point lead, the 152-pounder said he was determined to not let his weekend end there. “I didn’t get all the way there just to wrestle for third, fourth,” he said. “I wanted to go into