After finishing second for three straight seasons, the Perryville girls lacrosse team's senior class won the Susquehanna Division for the first time.
Rising Sun hosted a track and field meet last Thursday with North Harford and Fallston also attending.
Harford Tech put a damper on Senior Night and essentially clinched the Susquehanna Division title outright by defeating the Rising Sun boys lacrosse team 10-8 Wednesday night.
Pitcher Emily Phillips says the Perryville softball team plays every game like its record is 0-0.
If that's the case then you could say the Panthers have put together 14 one-game winning streaks.
Perryville remained perfect on the season with a 6-2 triumph over visiting Rising Sun Wednesday.
The "comeback kids" did it again.
Liz Zatalava scored the go-ahead goal off a free position shot with 1:34 remaining in regulation as the Rising Sun girls lacrosse team topped host Elkton 12-11 Monday afternoon, April 25.
Rising Sun's boys lacrosse team blanked visiting Aberdeen 17-0 Friday night.
Rising Sun's girls lacrosse team gained so much confidence from a strong second-half showing on Tuesday, they were able to repeat the feat two days later at North East.
The Tigers tallied the game's final four goals – the first three by Heather Amos – and upended the Indians 13-11 Thursday night.
Rising Sun's boys lacrosse team topped visiting Perryville 20-7 Wednesday afternoon.
The Tigers tallied the game's first six goals and had a 12-3 cushion at halftime.
The Perryville girls lacrosse team remained undefeated with a 21-6 triumph over visiting North East Tuesday, April 19.
The Elkton boys and North Harford girls won the team titles at the Susquehanna Division track and field meet held in Havre de Grace Tuesday, April 19.