HURLOCK — Brooke Andrews was nervous at first, but when she saw the ball fly to the backstop for the second time in the bottom of the eighth inning, she said, “I was very happy — because that way, I could help lead my team to victory.”
RISING SUN— After two scoreless innings, Elkton’s Luke Crowl stepped up to the plate with one on and no outs and an opportunity to break a tie against Rising Sun in the District 5 Major Baseball Championship game Monday night.
CHESAPEAKE CITY—Rising Sun Little League played Caroline Little League twice during the Senior Baseball State Tournament, and both times the Cecil County squad surrendered six runs in the first inning.
RISING SUN—The pitching duo of Kyle Hyre and Dallas Brooks were in complete control during Rising Sun’s District 5 Major Baseball tournament game against Havre de Grace Tuesday evening.
ELKTON — As soon as Elkton wrestling coach Mike Wright shared his idea for a Cecil County-wide summer wrestling camp with Nick Willey, the former Elkton state champion and 2005 graduate wasted little time jumping on board.
RISING SUN — Dominic Fareeno stepped up to the plate with the bases loaded and one out in the bottom of the seventh inning in a tie game, knowing full well the importance of the situation he faced.
Chesapeake City—Rising Sun knew it had to change its approach at the plate in the championship game of the District 5 Senior Baseball tournament against host Chesapeake City.
ELKTON — It wasn’t long ago that NFL defensive tackle Niles Scott spent his Friday nights in autumn chasing down quarterbacks under the lights of Elkton High School.