Perryville coach Dave Ruark called it "a fairytale ending".
In a game which featured more twists and turns than Principio Road, the Panthers outlasted Boonsboro 10-9 in nine innings Saturday in College Park to capture the school's first MPSSAA Class 1A softball state title and complete an undefeated season.
Perryville edged Boonsboro 10-9 in nine innings Saturday in College Park to claim the school's first softball state title. Story and photos will be posted Sunday morning.
The Panthers' girls track and field team placed second behind Boonsboro in the team competition. Perryville's Jarah Cevis won a state title in the shot put.
The Perryville girls are in first place after the first ay of the state track and field meet at Morgan State.
Perryville's softball team advanced to the state final with a 15-0 triumph over Pikesville in five innings Wednesday afternoon at Bachman Sports Complex in Glen Burnie.
Today's MPSSAA softball semifinals have been postponed. Perryville will play Pikesville Wednesday at noon. North East faces Catoctin Wednesday at 4 p.m.
The Perryville girls clinched their fifth straight region track and field title.
The Panthers racked up a whopping 235.5 points to easily outdistance second place Patterson Mill (115).
Like Bieber or The Beatles, the hits just kept on coming.
The Perryville softball team overcame an early four-run deficit by scoring 10 unanswered runs including an eight-run uprising in the fifth en route to an 11-5 triumph over visiting Bohemia Manor in a region semifinal game Wednesday afternoon.
Carly White's grand slam in the third inning of the Class 1A softball north region title game was a real eye-opener.
And White did it with her eyes closed.
White's blast gave Perryville a 4-0 lead and the host Panthers went on to an 8-3 triumph over McDonough Friday afternoon.
The Perryville girls lacrosse team had its sensational season end in the region title game for the third straight season.
Fallston ousted the Panthers 21-4 Wednesday evening.
Eric Steele delivered an RBI single to left in the bottom of the eighth as the North East baseball team ousted visiting Rising Sun 5-4 Monday, May 16.