C-SD digital tickets
Cambridge-South Dorchester High School is piloting the use of digital GoFan tickets for the spring sports season. This change will impact spectators for all home boys …
Cambridge-South Dorchester High School is piloting the use of digital GoFan tickets for the spring sports season. This change will impact spectators for all home boys lacrosse, girls lacrosse, and track and field events. All tickets for these events must be purchased via GoFan.co, and no cash tickets will be available for purchase at the gate.
While purchasing tickets, all spectators will need to acknowledge the DCPS Spectator Policy before proceeding to checkout. Tickets will be released every Sunday for the upcoming week’s events.
To find tickets, go to GoFan.co and search for Cambridge South Dorchester H.S. You can also go directly to the C-SD GoFan page using gofan.co/app/school/MD22640.
The C-SDHS Athletics Department Staff will be available at the gate to assist spectators having issues navigating the online system. Anyone who needs more assistance can go to get.gofan.co/digital-ticketing-guide to learn more about the ticket purchasing and redeeming process. For more information, contact Steve Romano at email@example.com.
Salisbury University last week announced that Kelly Baskow will step down as women's basketball head coach.
Baskow served 12 seasons with the Sea Gulls and qualified for two NCAA Tournaments with the most recent coming in 2022. She also won 182 games during her tenure with a .597 winning percentage.
The Lady Vikings’ LeAsia Todd, ranked second in the Bayside Conference, was named last week to the First Team North Bayside All-Stars. In the season just concluded, LeAsia averaged 14.1 points and 16.9 rebounds per game.
Senior Donasty Cephas, and sophomores Tejanae Ballin and Destiny Johnson were among the ranks of honorable mentions.
The Easton Volunteer Fire Department will hold the Stop, Drop and Run 10K/5K run and 1 mile walk, on April 15. The event starts at 10:30 a.m. at the Easton Volunteer Fire Department. All the proceeds go to the Easton Volunteer Fire Department.
There will be food and drinks afterward. There will be prizes for the top overall male and female, and top 3 males and females in the 12 and Under, 13-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59 and 60 and Above age groups.
There are also special prizes for local first responders. “The same speedy group from the NSA has come and taken the cup for the past years,” a statement from organizers said. “We need to get it back here on the Shore so get your three fastest folks together and run!”
The Eastern Shore Umpires’ Association is looking for umpires to help cover the 2023 high school baseball season. A statement from ESUA Assigner Bryan Hall said, “We need community members who know the game to get involved as officials to give our high school student-athletes the experience they deserve. There is a great possibly as the season gets started JV games will only have one umpire assigned to work the game and the possibility of games having to be postponed, canceled, or played without officials due to the low number of officials available. If you are interested in coming on board, please reach out to me directly. The JV game fee is $70, varsity fee is $90 per game.”
The association can be reached through NDHS Eagles Baseball’s Facebook page.
The 2023 Dorchester County Herschel Johnson Youth Basketball League is still accepting registrations for the Senior Division. Call 410-228-5578.
The Cambridge-South Dorchester High School Marching Viking Drumline will battle Sussex Tech Drumline in Lewes, Delaware, on March 25. The event will take place during the 4th Annual MADC Ballers’ Classic Showcase at Cape Henlopen High School.
For more information, contact Rob West at 302-745-1284, or Derek Savage 302-245-5904.