Clyde Constance (men's singles), Marlene Rokosh (women's singles) and the men's doubles team of Joe Rathvon and Mayor Dihora won state championships for the Hawks.
Day wins NEC 1,500
BALTIMORE - Thomas Johnson graduate Shawn Day won the men's 1,500-meter run in 3 minutes, 50.78 seconds for Mount St. Mary's at the Northeast Conference Championships at University of Maryland-Baltimore County.
Day also took home a third-place finish in the 5,000 (14:56.6). His teammate Andrew Diffenderfer (Greencastle-Antrim) finished ninth in the 1,500 (4:00.88).
Monmouth's Vikram Gowda (Frederick, Hagerstown Community College) finished sixth in the discus (43.89 meters).
Greg Carter (Frederick) of Robert Morris finished seventh in the 100 (14.25).
North Hagerstown graduate Kari McCarty, running for Mount St. Mary's, finished second in the 1,500 (4:46.79) and fifth in the 5,000 (18:28.17).
Martinsburg 12, Goretti 2
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Jeff Horst had two hits and four RBI to lead Martinsburg over St. Maria Goretti in five innings on Saturday.
Brandon Armentrout had two hits and scored three runs, A.J. Roberts had two hits and drove in two, Jared Spataro added two hits and Keith Holton scored three runs for Martinsburg (13-11).
Smithsburg Cal Ripken
Mace Auto Body 9, Lewis Orchard 7: Jacob Stiech had 11 strikeouts and Jeff Poffenberger had three hits for Mace. Cody Snavely and Chris Pittsnogle homered for Lewis Orchard.
Mace Auto Body 14, Homestyle Laundry 4: Jacob Stiech and Alex Acres had three hits, while Brett Toms, Nieko Akers and Jeremy Boyd all had two hits for Mace. Colby Heiston had three hits for Homestyle.
South County 11, Hancock 7: Adam Dellinger, Zack Shifler and Andy Seabright each had two hits for South County. Billy Truax had two hits for Hancock.
Clear Spring Little League
Yankees 2, A's 1: John Cauffman and Bradley Jordan combined on a two-hitter with 14 strikeouts for Yankees.
Elks 14, BJ Builders 8: Robert Dietrich had two hits and four RBI while both Brayden Jones and Jimmy Fernandez had three hits for Elks.
Hagerstown PONY League
UAW 6, FOP 0: Kevin Tyler had three hits and Lucas Lichtenberg added two for UAW. Chris Selby and Greg Minnick had two hits apiece for FOP.
Valley Little League
SMRG 11, F&M 8: Jordan Thurber and Thomas Port each had two hits, including a home run, to lead SMRG. Thurber's home run was a grand slam. Stephen Grossman added two hits for the winners, while Thurber and Randy Freehling combined for 13 strikeouts. Andrew Michaels had two hits for F&M.
Eagles 17, AAA Construction 8: James Porter had four hits and both Andrew Greene and Justin Byram had three hits for Eagles. Brady Kelly and Talia Marshall had three hits each for AAA.
First Action Security Team 25, AAA Construction 4: Adam Peters had five hits and Kyle Dinterman had four for First Action. Blake Partlow, Carter Black, Luke Shindle, Clinton Zimmerman, Chase Remsburg, Sean Scro and Drew Miguel each had three hits for the winners. Matt Bowman had three hits and John Forrest had two for AAA.
Shawley's 2, Maugansville Ruitan 1: Chris Baer went 3-for-3 with a home run to lead Shawley's. John Lytle had two hits for Maugansville Ruitan.
Wash. Co. Girls Softball
Larry Allen 11, Quad State 10: Jennifer Bowlus went 3-for-3, Tara Babbie had two hits and Cassondra Topper had nine strikeouts for Larry Allen.
Debbie's Soft Serve 8, M&J Fundraising 6: Logan Bachtell and Danielle Beaver each had two hits for Debbie's Soft Serve. Lauren Abbott and Loganne Smith each had three hits for M&J Fundraising.
Dynamark 17, Alleghany Dental 2: Kelly Toms and Becky Lloyd combined on a three-hitter to lead Dynamark. Toms struck out nine, had a grand slam among her two hits and drove in six runs. Katie Collier and Susanna Brown drove in two runs each for the winners.
Penn Avenue Meats 10, Carbaugh's 7: Chris Benner had two hits to lead Penn Avenue Meats.
Spicher's 13, Executone 11: Mike Twigg had three hits and Zach Jamison had two for Spicher's. Jack Mesner had two hits for Executone.
Spicher's 13, Executone 6: Mike Cline struck out nine and had two hits for Spicher's. Zach Jamison had three hits and Billy Campbell added two for Spicher's. Tim Leather had three hits and Kevin Reeden had two for Executone.
Local team wins qualifier
Funkstown Moose/Buck's Bar won an NSA national qualifying tournament this weekend at Marty Snook Park in Halfway. Lew Thomas was the most valuable player of the tournament, hitting .733 for the weekend. Dale Reed, Matt Jenkins, Curty Myers, Dewey Whitmore, Scotty Remsburg, Casey Hutzell and Jeremy Keckler all hit .600 for the winners, who advance to the national tournament in Salem, Va., in September.
Tavern Softball League
All-in-One won four games in a row to win the Tavern League Opening Day Tournament.