The Rising Sun girls soccer team topped host Perryville 6-0 Monday, September 29.
Mikaela Berg and Jackie Barbon each tallied twice for the Tigers. Teresa Reid and Kellie Christie also scored.
After Berg put the Tigers ahead, Barbon and Jackie Ayers combined for the prettiest goal of the day. Ayers crossed the ball into the middle of the box and Barbon rocketed home a volley.
The Rising Sun volleyball team remained undefeated with a sweep of visiting Bel Air Monday night, September 29.
The Tigers triumphed 25-18, 25-18, 25-12.
Breanne Haley and Lacey Swartout each recorded nine kills. Mackenzie Blevins contributed seven spikes, Maddy Eckerd added five, and Julia Prodoehl produced four. Sarah Williams had 35 assists.
The Rising Sun football team has little margin for error and coach Rich Opp said the Tigers made a few too many miscues to overcome Joppatowne Friday night.
After Rising Sun had narrowed the gap to 12-7 with four minutes left, the Mariners iced the game with a TD drive of their own and topped the Tigers 19-7 in a game played at Aberdeen High.
The Rising Sun field hockey team is on a roll.
The Tigers (4-2) recorded their fourth straight victory Friday, downing Harford Tech 2-1.
The Rising Sun and Perryville football teams both lost Friday night.
Rising Sun fell to Joppatowne 19-7 in a game played in Aberdden. Recap and photo gallery coming this weekend.
Perryville lost 28-26 to visiting Patterson Mill.
In field hockey Rising Sun downed Harford Tech 2-1 behind goals from Mallory Tiffin and Megan Szkalak. Story and photo gallery coming Saturday.
The Rising Sun volleyball team ran its record to 6-0 with a sweep of visiting North Harford Wednesday night.
The Tigers triumphed 25-14, 25-17, 25-7.
The Rising Sun girls soccer team romped to a 6-0 victory over visiting Joppatowne Wednesday afternoon.
Madison Webb tallied twice to stake the Tigers to a 4-0 halftime lead. Jillian Seay and Mikaela Berg each added a first-half goal.
Ciara Bartz and Cassidy Boyd both scored early in the second half.
The Rising Sun cross country teams both prevailed in a meet held on their new and improved home course Tuesday, September 23.
Phil Hurm won the boys race in a time of 18:33, 42 seconds faster than second place finisher Patrick Gerhard of Elkton.
The Perryville volleyball team lost to Aberdeen in five sets Monday, September 22.
The visiting Eagles prevailed 25-23, 24-26, 18-25, 25-20, 15-12.
Mitchell Johansen caught a 19-yard touchdown pass from Elijah Johnson with 18.5 seconds left to propel the Perryville football team to a 36-28 victory over visiting Bohemia Manor Friday night.
With the score tied at 28, the Panthers took over on the Eagles' 24 following a short punt with 35 seconds left. Tony Smith rushed for five yards on the first play. Perryville hurried to the line and Johnson found Johansen down the middle of the field deep in the end zone.
TyRell Hollingsworth passed to Pernell White for a two-point conversion to make it 36-28.