Perryville girls track and field took first in the 1A North Region Meet held at Kent Island High School last week.
The girls (163.5) topped Patterson Mill (147), Bo Manor (85), Joppatowne (75.5), Surrattsville (57), McDonough (47), Chesapeake Science Point (42), Havre de Grace (37), Fairmount Heights (10), and Internat'l HS@ Langley Park (5).
Bo Manor boys track and field team captured first at the 1A North Region Meet held at Kent Island High School last week.
The boys (142) triumphed over Fairmont Heights (103), Havre de Grace (98), Perryville (85), Surrattsville (71), Joppatowne (48), Patterson Mill (47), Chesapeake Science Point (37), McDonough (36), Internat'l HS @ Langley Park (17).
North East boys track and field team placed fifth in the 2A East Region Meet held at Kent Island High School last week.
North Caroline (150.5), downed Kent Island (114), Harford Tech (107), Wicomico (69), North East (66.5), Parkside (57), Queen Anne's County (43), Fallston (29), Easton (26), Rising Sun (23), and Elkton (16).
North East girls track and field team placed sixth, Rising Sun took seventh, and Elkton placed tenth in the 2A East Region meet, held at Kent Island High School last week.
Harford Tech (177) defeated Queen Anne's County (88), North Caroline (81), Kent Island (72), Wicomico (63), North East (56), Rising Sun (48), Easton (46), Parkside (33), Elkton (29), Fallston (9).
North East's Caroline Roberts triumphed in the 1600 race. Niya Khanjar placed third in the pole vault. Sophie Kubek took third in the discus.
Rising Sun's Julia Hermann, Emma Wheeler, Danielle Lee, and Arianna Wheeler, together placed second in the 4x800 relay race.
Elkton's Kyla Wilson took third in the 100 meter dash. Makayla Peterson placed third in the 400.
Bo Manor tops Perryville to propel them closer to the state championship game.
Freshman Maddie Penta pitched a no hitter into the sixth inning and struck out 17 batters in a complete game, defeating visiting Perryville 8-0 in the 1A North Region Section I Final on Wednesday, May 17, giving them the ticket into the regional finals.
The Eagles (17-2) eliminated the Panthers (12-6) from the playoffs this year ending their chances to be repeat 1A state champions. Bo Manor will now host McDonough in the next play off game.
"My screwball and my changeup was really working for me today," said Penta, who didn't allow a hit until Jordan Pollitt singled in the sixth. "My changeup had them really off balance and the screwball was in on their hands and they didn't know what to do with it."
After striking out Perryville's starting line up in the top of the first, the Eagles went to work against Perryville senior pitcher Emily Phillips. Anna Tidaback hit a single, making it to first base with two outs and Taylor Abshagan came up to the plate and blasted a home run to center field that brought Bo Manor a 2-0 lead.
North East baseball team downed Rising Sun in a 5-1 victory on Monday, May 15.
The Indians Colt Price threw a complete game and only gave up three hits and only allowed a run. Chase Hollister hit a three run homer in the bottom of the fifth to put the Indians up (5-1). Hollister also had three RBI's.
"Defense played well and we got a timely hit from Chase Hollister (which was) a three run, home run, which put us up five to one. That was a big point in the ball game, right there to get a four run lead," said North East head coach Kevin Brown.
Perryville boys lacrosse are off to good start with a 13-7 triumph over visting Harford Tech in play off action last Wednesday, May 10.
After losing to Rising Sun last week, the Panthers were ready to capture a win.
"Harford Tech has ended our season the last two years and it (was) really important for us to get a win. When the draw came out on Monday, when the coin flip was done and we found out that our kids had them(Harford Tech), our kids were really excited to play," said Perryville head coach Chris Soper. "(This) was a great opportunity to get the taste out of our mouths from last weeks loss to Rising Sun, against a good opponent. We were excited to get them and try to sharpen our skills against them."
Perryville's girls lacrosse team led early and came out on top to post a win in play-off action last week.
The Panthers captured a 20-9 victory over visiting Elkton last Wednesday, May 10.
Perryville head coach Mary Dunman said "We came out to play our game. We always have a very aggressive game against each other. It always comes down to the two of us and they (Elkton) came to try and beat (us) and (we) played a great game. We just stuck to our normal game plan and our defense held them (Elkton) and our transitions is what really kept us going this time."
North East boys track and field team finished first and the girls tied for second in a home tri-meet last Tuesday, May 9.
The boys (83) topped Bel Air (51) and North Harford (40).
Taylor Danglade claimed the 100 and 200 distance races. Jordan McCollum triumphed in the 400 race. Danny Leek prevailed in the 800 race and took second in the 1600. Eli Granger took the 110 hurdle and teammate Grant Handley placed first in the 300 hurdles. Jordan McCollum, Tiko Wimbush, Danglade, and Jalen Giles together placed first in the 4x100 relay race.
North East softball team overcame visiting Elkton 7-5, on May 8.
The Indians scored three runs in the bottom of the first with a home run from Delaney McDilda and back to back doubles by Kaitlyn Stewart and Jess Choplinsky, giving them the lead early on.