Courtney Hutchinson went the distance on the mound for the win.
Boonsboro 4, N. Garrett 2
BOONSBORO - Jessie Seabright had two hits and drove in a run for Boonsboro as the Warriors defeated Northern Garrett in a Class 1A West first-round matchup.
Janet Cole added two hits while winning pitcher Jessi Hammersla struck out four and walked none for Boonsboro (5-14).
Brunswick 23, Forestville 1
BRUNSWICK, Md. - Megan Epley and LeEllen Lewis led Brunswick, each going 4-for-4 with a solo home run and three RBI, as the Railroaders downed Forestville in five innings in a Class 1A South quarterfinal.
Nikki Welch had four hits, Heather Termohlen and Mandy Kaler added three hits each, and Welch, Termohlen and Hillary Remsberg all drove in two runs for Brunswick. Remsberg pitched a complete-game two-hitter for the win, striking out eight and walking one.
Frederick 5, Meade 1
FT. MEADE, Md. - Kara Robert scattered 11 hits and had four strikeouts as Frederick posted a win over Meade in a Class 4A East first-round game continued from Saturday after 2 1/3 suspended innings.
Julie Norris and Sara Downs each had a pair of hits for Frederick, while Lolli Mills and Kendall Blumenthal had run-scoring doubles.
Today, Frederick (10-6) entertains Chesapeake (13-3), which had a first-round bye.
Musselman 19-15, Hampshire 6-1
ROMNEY, W.Va. - Faline Brown, called up from the JV team, allowed one hit while striking out eight in the second game of a doubleheader as Musselman swept Hampshire.
Brown also doubled and tripled, driving in four runs for the Applemen (20-7). Amanda Shanholtz drove in three runs and Jen Quaglio had two hits.
In the first game, Sara Albright doubled, tripled and scored four times. Candace Minghini had two hits and two RBI, while Kristen Linton and Nicki Martin each drove in two runs.
Fannett-Metal 10, So. Fulton 7
WARFORDSBURG, Pa. - Southern Fulton fell behind early in a loss to Fannett-Metal.
Ashley Mallow had two hits for the Indians (6-8, 5-6 Sideling Hill).
Brunswick 6, Poolesville 0
BRUNSWICK, Md. - Tommy Blumenauer threw a complete game shutout with six strikeouts as Brunswick defeated Poolesville in the first round of the Class 1A South playoffs.
Blumenauer helped his own cause with three hits and two RBI, Brian Baugher had two hits and two RBI and Justin Tucker and Zack Williams each had two hits for the Railroaders.
Frederick 5, Broadneck 3
ANNAPOLIS, Md. - Danny Kern hit the game-winnning RBI single for Frederick as the Cadets rallied to defeat Broadneck in a Class 4A East first round game.
Elliotte Middleton hit a solo home run in the fourth inning for Frederick.
Flint Hill 14, St. James 0
OAKTON, Va. - Cody BelCastro and Grayson Bust had the only hits for St. James (0-14, 0-10) as the Saints lost in five innings.
Jefferson 7, Notre Dame 4
SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. - Juwaan Holmes drove in two runs with a double in Jefferson's six-run second inning as the Cougars defeated Notre Dame Academy.
Terry Mumaw had two hits while Steve Kozak had four strikeouts en route to victory for Jefferson (24-7).
Hedgesville 10, Bishop Walsh 7
CUMBERLAND, Md. - Dirk Webb led Hedgesville with two hits and three RBI in the Eagles' win over Bishop Walsh.
Chris Butcher had two hits and two RBI, while Trey Hockman had two hits for Hegdesville (12-7).
Rockets fall at districts
LANCASTER, Pa. - James Buchanan's Curt Miller and Cory Rouzer lost their doubles match at the PIAA District 3 Class AA tournament at Manheim Township High School.
The JB pair fell 6-3, 6-2 to Lancaster Catholic's Matt Matkowska and Eugene Camerino.
Potomac State 4-1, HCC 3-3
ARNOLD, Md. - Hagerstown Community College needed to play two games against Potomac State in the Region XX Tournament, but Paul Conway's bat ended up giving the Hawks the region championship in the second game.
Conway's two-out, two-run homer in the top of the ninth inning in proved to be the game winner. Conway had two hits in the game, while Devan Ewell hit a solo shot for the Hawks' other run.
Winning pitcher Tim Biser pitched eight innings, giving up five hits and striking out four. Ryan Devlin pitched a perfect ninth inning for his first save of the season.