Trevor Hullinger had two hits, including a home run, for the Hubs (5-5, 3-2).
No. 8 Smithsburg 4, Catoctin 1
THURMONT, Md. - Drew Crawford had four hits to lead Smithsburg to an MVAL Antietam win over Catoctin.
T.J. Bowser added two hits and Chad Rupert had two RBI for the Leopards (5-3, 2-2).
The Cougars fall to 6-5, 3-2.
Clear Spring 7, Brunswick 5
BRUNSWICK, Md. - Brian Shifflett had two doubles and R.J. Foltz hit a two-run triple to lead Clear Spring over Brunswick in an MVAL Antietam game.
Winning pitcher Phil Saloom and Cody Beard each had two hits for Clear Spring (4-5, 2-4).
Blaine Kayser, Justin Smith and Greg Lowery had two hits apiece for Brunswick (3-6, 1-3).
Hancock 5, St. Maria Goretti 4
HANCOCK - Andy Morris drove in the game-winning run as Hancock took advantage of four walks in the seventh inning to rally past Goretti.
Derick Klingerman had two hits and Jeff Willison hit a two-run homer for the Panthers (2-7).
Chris Dorsey had two hits for the Gaels (5-8).
Grace 6, Calvary 4
CRESAPTOWN, Md. - Nathaniel Hanft, Eric Hess, Dave Hardcastle, and Zack Koontz each had two hits while Hess pitched four innings for the victory for Grace Academy (4-1).
Greencastle 10, Fairfield 1
FAIRFIELD, Pa. - Adam Weistling threw five innings for his third victory of the season, and helped his cause with a two-run homer in the fifth inning of Greencastle's rout of Fairfield.
Both Chris Scott and Jarod Barkdoll also homered for the Blue Devils (7-2).
No. 3 Brunswick 17, Clear Spring 2
BRUNSWICK, Md. - LeEllen Lewis went 3-for-4 with five RBI for Brunswick as the Railroaders amassed 17 runs and 13 hits in three innings to defeat Clear Spring.
Kristen Minch and Heather Termohlen each had two hits and three RBI for Brunswick (6-1).
Cumberland Valley 12 No. 3 Waynesboro 1
WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Paige Tanner had the only Waynesboro hit of the game, homering in the third inning in a loss to Cumberland Valley.
Jamie Cozzoli hit two home runs and Emily Freekas added another round-tripper for Cumberland Valley.
Waynesboro drops to 5-4, (3-3), with the loss.
No. 6 Catoctin 15, Smithsburg 5
THURMONT, Md. - Sam Weaver and Jen Kelly homered in the second inning as the Cougars beat Smithsburg in an MVAL Antietam game.
Mandy Lambert added two hits for Catoctin. Amy Miller had three hits for Smithsburg (4-5, 3-2).
No. 7 Berkeley Springs 7-2 Frankfort 1-3
BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - Berkeley Springs split a doubleheader Monday against Frankfort, including a nine-inning loss in the second game.
In the first game, Heather Shaw had two hits while Amanda Willard and Jenn Fox each drove in two runs for the Indians.
Fox and Amanda Bowers had two hits apiece in the second game of the doubleheader for Berkeley Springs (11-5).
South Hagerstown 8, Boonsboro 4
BOONSBORO - South Hagerstown rallied from a 4-0 deficit, scoring five runs in the fifth and adding three insurance runs in the seventh in a win against Boonsboro.
Jamie Fowler doubled twice and drove in two at the plate, while on the mound she earned the complete-game victory, striking out six and walking none for the Rebels (5-4).
St. Maria Goretti 16, St. James 1
Elena Prieston fired a one-hitter against St. James, striking out 14 Saints in a five-inning victory for St. Maria Goretti.
Lauren Barton hit a grand slam as part of a five-run second inning, while Erin Haney drove in three runs and both Haney and Erin Donoghue had two hits for Goretti (2-7).
Urbana 7, Thomas Johnson 3
FREDERICK, Md. - Samantha Koehl struck out 10 for Thomas Johnson in the Patriots' MVAL Chesapeake loss to Urbana.
S. Fulton 12, Tussey Mountain 2
WARFORDSBURG, Pa. - Courtney Trainor hit a two-run homer and Kaylie Mellott had two hits for Southern Fulton (2-4).
HCC 11-9, Catonsville 2-16
CATONSVILLE, Md. - Hagerstown Community College defeated CCBC-Catonsville in a close contest in the first game of a doubleheader, but found itself on the losing end of the second game.
Chelsea Jolliffe earned the victory in game one, and went 3-for-4 at the plate. Amanda McGhee went 3-for-4 as well, and added four RBI and stole two bases in the win.
In the second game, McGhee had three hits and drove in two while Holli Bowers and Amber McKiddy both had two hits for the Hawks (9-14).
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