North East swept the Susquehanna Division track and field meet held Tuesday, April 24.
The host Indians captured both the boys and girls team competitions.
The Harford Tech girls lacrosse team pulled away in the second half to upend Perryville 14-10 Monday night, April 23.
The Tome boys lacrosse team blanked Bohemia Manor 7-0 Monday, April 23.
Mark LoPresto led the Titans with three goals.
Rising Sun lost a baseball game Friday.
It was still a successful night in every meaningful way.
Proceeds benefitted the Joshua Hamer Memorial Scholarship Fund. Hamer, a Rising Sun-area native who played baseball at John Carroll, died in a vehicle collision in March, 2017.
Josh's mother, Jennifer, threw out the ceremonial first pitch prior to the John Carroll’s 6-4 comeback victory.
The Rising Sun tennis team topped Perryville 9-2 Friday afternoon.
The Rising Sun boys lacrosse team came up a goal short for the third time this season.
The Tigers (2-6) fell to visiting Havre de Grace 11-10 Wednesday night, April 17.
Nicole DiGiambattista clubbed one home run and came within a few feet of two more as the Perryville softball team routed Rising Sun 12-4 Wednesday afternoon, April 17.
DiGiambattista finished with four RBIs as the Panthers gained a measure of revenge against a Tiger team that had staged a seventh inning rally to take the first meeting between the schools.
"We just kind of kept our focus, which is playing like kind of laid back," DiGiambattista said. "I feel like the first game against Rising Sun we were kind of like uptight and [in the second meeting], once we were in it we found our groove. We strung some hits together."
Perryville's track and field team hosted a three-team meet Tuesday, April 16.
The Rising Sun girls lacrosse team overcame a slow start to tie the game in the second half but host Havre de Grace scored the game's final two goals to top the Tigers 6-4 Thursday night, April 12.
Connor Diem seized the day.
North Harford's senior attackman scored the game-winner 1:34 into overtime to lift the Hawks over the Rising Sun boys lacrosse team 8-7 Wednesday, April 11.