The Perryville girls basketball team lost 36-32 to North East Tuesday, February 25.
It was Senior Night in Elkton.
But it was Rising Sun's 12th graders who were celebrating at the end.
The Tigers' upperclassmen recorded their first-ever victory over the Elks, 57-52, Monday evening.
Senior Brandon Aro hit the go-ahead free throws with 1:42 left and finished with 23 points, nine rebounds, three blocks, and two assists.
The final game of the regular season was one the Rising Sun girls basketball team would like to forget.
The Tigers suffered a 55-20 setback to host Havre de Grace Monday afternoon.
Perryville's Chris Brown and Rising Sun's Will Barton both made history at the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference wrestling tournament.
The softball season got an unofficial kickoff Wednesday, February 12 as new Rising Sun coach Pete Veasey met with his players in the school cafeteria.
Veasey comes to Rising Sun after spending last year as the head coach at Delcastle Tech and the two seasons prior to that at Pencader Charter.
The Elkton resident, a facilities supervisor for Target Corporation, was recently transferred from Wilmington to Abingdon.
The Rising Sun girls basketball team completed a 38-33 triumph over host Perryville Friday afternoon.
The game was started February 4 with the Tigers holding a 27-17 halftime lead before a power outage halted play.
The Perryville boys basketball team downed visiting Rising Sun 69-53 Thursday evening.
Tony Smith paced the Panthers with 21 points. Tyrell Hollingsworth had 18 points, eight rebounds, 10 steals, and seven assists. Elijah Johnson collected 17 points, eight steals, seven assists, and six rebounds. Jon Eldreth contributed 11 points. Jack Wennersten chipped in six and Tyleke Johnson added five.
The Perryville girls basketball team suffered a 42-14 setback to Tome Tuesday afternoon.
The Titans led 16-5 at the end of the first quarter and 29-6 at halftime.
Fallston clinched the Susquehanna Division girls basketball title with a 58-24 triumph over host Rising Sun Tuesday night.
Bel Air scored the first 14 points of the third quarter to snap a halftime tie on the way to a 65-40 triumph over the Rising Sun boys basketball team Tuesday night.
The loss snapped the Tigers' two-game win streak.
Rising Sun led by as many as five points in the second quarter before the Bobcats rallied to tie it at 22 entering the break.