Some members of the Perryville Senior Division softball All-Stars don't know what it's like to lose a district tournament.
Others were celebrating a district championship for the first time.
Together they claimed the 2014 Little League Maryland District 5 crown with a 4-2 triumph over North East Monday night in Havre de Grace.
There are two potential championship games scxheduled for today.
In 9-10 baseball, undefeated Chesapeake City plays Rising Sun at 5:30 in Rising Sun. Rising Sun needs two wins over Chesapeake City to claim the title.
In Senior Division softball, undefeated Perryville takes on North East at 5:30 in Havre de Grace. North East needs two victories over Perryville.
The Elkton All-Stars captured the Little League Maryland District 5 Major Division baseball tournament by outslugging Chesapeake City 16-13 Sunday afternoon in North East.
Elkton scored four runs in the bottom of the first to take a 4-1 lead. Gavin Tereszcuk line an RBI single to right to tie it and the go-ahead run scored on a wild pitch. Christian Keyes bounced a two-run single to right to give Elkton a three-run lead.
The Elkton All-Stars opened the Little League Maryland District 5 10-11 softball tournament with a 15-2 triumph over Rising Sun Saturday at Trego Field in Perryville.
The Rising Sun All-Stars romped to an 18-2 triumph over North East in four innings in the Little League Maryland District 5 10-11 baseball tournament being played in Rising Sun.
Jon Valentine collected four hits and six RBIs and Sam Hogue belted a homer to help the Rising Sun offense.
The Rising Sun All-Stars advanced to the championship round of the Little League Maryland District 5 9-10 baseball tournament with a 8-5 triumph over Elkton Saturday morning at Biles Field in Rising Sun.
Rising Sun took a 1-0 lead in the first. Jackson Stickney lined a shot into center that skipped past the centerfielder for a triple and Daniel Tserkis followed with an RBI single to center.
Each team scored a run on an error in the second inning.
Rising Sun rallied from an 8-2 deficit to down Elkton 9-8 in a Little League Maryland District 5 Senior Division softball elimination game Friday in Havre de Grace.
Cierra Young's two-run homer in the bottom of the third put Elkton ahead 8-2.
Perryville fought off a feisty North East squad 7-6 in seven innings to capture the Little League Maryland District 5 Major Division softball tournament Thursday night at Trego Field.
North East, who needed to beat Perryville twice to claim the crown, trailed 5-1 before rallying for four runs in the bottom of the sixth. Perryville responded with two in the top of the seventh before hanging on to claim the district banner.
Sarah Pender started the seventh inning with an opposite field single to left and promptly stole second. Krystyn Gardner followed with a little popup between the plate and the circle that went for an infield hit. Mara Little then roped the first pitch to left for an RBI single. After the runners moved up on a passed ball, Payton Jourdan plated a run with a fielder's choice grounder to first as Gardner was ruled to have slid under the tag at the plate.
Rising Sun stayed alive in the Little League Maryland District 5 Major Division tournament with an 8-1 victory over Havre de Grace Wednesday night in North East.
Perryville and North East both opened with a win the the Little League Maryland District 5 Senior Division softball tournament being played in Havre de Grace.
Perryville blanked Rising Sun 10-0 in six innings Wednesday afternoon.
Winning pitcher Emily Phillips hurled a one-hitter with nine strikeouts.
Perryville jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the top of the second. Jordyn Pollitt led off with a walk.