Sierra Montz of Perryville successfully defended her title in the 300 intermediate hurdles and the Panthers' 4 x 400 relay team won gold for the second straight year at the MPSSAA track and field meet which concluded Saturday at Morgan State University.
The Perryville girls finished third in the team competition and were a couple of miscues away from winning their first-ever team title.
Bohemia Manor captured two state championships and the Perryville girls are in position to contend for the team title following the first day of the state track and field meet Thursday at Morgan State University.
Perryville's track program brought more hardware home from Kent Island Saturday.
The Panther boys captured the 1A east region title for the fifth straight season while the girls triumphed for the fourth consecutive year.
For the second straight season, the Rising Sun baseball team came up empty in the section final.
Patterson Mill lefty Jeff Noss hurled a shutout to lead the Huskies to a 3-0 triumph over the host Tigers Wednesday afternoon.
Reigning region champion North East downed host Perryville 11-6 in a section final game Monday night.
The Perryville girls lacrosse team advanced to the section final for the second straight season by walloping Elkton 26-11 Monday evening.
Rising Sun 4, Fallston 0
Harford Tech 13, Rising Sun 6
Colonel Richardson 6, Perryville 3
North East 11, Perryville 6 (photos will be posted Tuesday evening)
C. Milton Wright 20, Rising Sun 5
Perryville 26, Elkton 11 (photos will be posted Tuesday evening)
C. Milton Wright swept both the boys and girls team titles at the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference track and field meet held in Perryville Thursday and Saturday.
The Mustangs (169) prevailed in the girls competition over the Panthers (116.5), Harford Tech (84), Aberdeen (75), Bel Air (42.75), North Harford and Patterson Mill (30), Rising Sun (29.5), Edgewood (25), Elkton (24), Joppatowne (21), Bohemia Manor (19.25), North East (18), and Fallston (17).
Fair Hill resident Haley Baker recently signed a letter of intent to attend Southeastern Louisiana University on a full scholarship and play volleyball for the Lions.
The Perryville boys lacrosse team breezed to a 24-3 playoff win over Bohemia Manor Friday afternoon in Havre de Grace.
Ray Woods collected seven goals to pace the Panthers. Tyler Wagoner provided six goals and two assists.