Tuesday, November 6, 2012
The Havre de Grace boys soccer team beat Perryville Tuesday to advance to the state semifinals.
The Havre de Grace boys soccer team beat Perryville, 2-0, Tuesday night to advance to the state semifinals for the second straight year. The visiting Warriors took the lead when Austin Sylvester's shot deflected off a Perryville defender in the first half. Gabe Larrimore added a second-half goal as Havre de Grace picked up a win on the road. Havre de Grace (8-9) will face Brunswick (16-1-1) Saturday at North County High School. The game time is to be determined—but will be either noon, 2:30 p.m., 5 p.m. or 7:30 p.m. » Have photos? Post them here or tag 'havredegracepatch' on Instagram! In 2011, the Warriors competed in the state championship, falling to Mountain Ridge at the same turf field where they'll play this weekend. The Panthers …
Monday, October 1, 2012
Check out the photos submitted to Patch—and submit your own, too!
Check out some action shots of the Warriors boys soccer team, submitted by Dot Hines. Do you have some good shots of the team? Add them above! Have photos of another team in action? Post them on Patch, and we'll feature them this week. While you're at it, check out our interview with Farhan Bachu that ran last week. And the girls soccer team is featured in a slideshow here. Want to see all that's going on in Warriors sports? Sign up for our newsletter, and follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Contact editor Sean Welsh with any news tips, photos or video. Want to write on your own? Skip the middle man. Join our Local Voices.
Thursday, September 27, 2012
Patch catches up with Havre de Grace Warriors senior Farhan Bachu.
Havre de Grace senior Farhan Bachu is one of the generals on the field for the Warriors. The talented, feisty midfielder can dominate the middle of the pitch for coach Sean Smith's team. Havre de Grace has its sights set on another run to the state tournament this year. The senior captain will play a key role. Bachu and the Warriors visit Harford Christian Friday. Patch caught up with Farhan recently: ——— PATCH: How much did last year change the mindset here? Bachu: We went into last year with the same mindset. We wanted to win states. We knew we had a state-caliber team last year. We only lost two seniors. So, we gained some players, so we’re pretty confident heading into this year. PATCH: Is there any game you’re looking forward to on …