Hedgesville picked up its offensive tempo in the second quarter and scored 20 points. Martinsburg cut the Eagles' lead to as little as five points in the fourth quarter.
Miranda Reed added 13 points for the Eagles (20-3) and Ashton Butler scored 10 points.
Dameka Robinson led the Bulldogs with 13 points in the loss while Latoya Buckner had 12 points.
North Hagerstown 57, Fort Hill 36
Cara Thompson had 20 points, 10 rebounds and dished out five assists to lead North Hagerstown as it ran away from Fort Hill to score a Class 2A West first-round win.
Chelsea Clark added 13 points for the Hubs (12-11) who won their first playoff game in at least 15 years, while Shawayna Morel pulled down a game high 14 rebounds.
Liberty 59, South Hagerstown 29
Jenay Brown had nine points and Jamie Fowler and Casey Dorsey each scored seven for South Hagerstown (5-18) in a Class 1A West East section game.
Liberty (11-11), led by Stacey Krebs' 10 points, put the game away in the third quarter with a 19-3 run after leading 28-14 at halftime.
Hancock 42, No. Garrett 39
ACCIDENT, Md. - Hancock scored 12 of its 17 fourth-quarter points from the free throw line to beat Northern Garrett for the second time in six days, this time in a Class 1A West West sectional quarterfinal.
Hancock (11-12) trailed for much of the second half but made 25 visits to the foul line in the fourth quarter, leading to four Northern Garrett starters fouling out and helping the Panthers take the lead.
Nina Chiaruttini led Hancock with 11 points, while Kris Creek added nine to go with five steals and four assists. Dana Beaver grabbed nine rebounds and scored all six of her points in the final period. Jennifer Willison grabbed a team-high 15 rebounds, but was held to a season-low five points.
Jeseca Gibson led the Huskies (7-16) with 11 points.
Westmar 49, Clear Spring 27
CLEAR SPRING - Leslie Morgan scored 10 points for Clear Spring as it lost to Westmar in the quarterfinals of the 1A West West sectional.
Megan Blickenstaff added six points for the Blazers (1-22) while Maggie Wolford and Leigh Ann Bearden each added four.
Heritage 36, CVCS 33
Whitney Schlimgen had 18 points and hit a pair of late free throws to help Heritage Academy edge Cumberland Valley Christian in the championship game of the Mason Dixon Christian Conference Tournament.
Schlimgen, who was named the tournament's Most Valuable Player, also had five rebounds and three steals for the Eagles (24-2). Jessica Ellis hit four foul shots in the fourth quarter and Heritage hit 12 of 14 for the game.
Heather Stamper grabbed 12 rebounds before fouling out midway through the fourth quarter. Ellis had four assists.
Melanie Payne led CVCS (21-8) with eight points.
Naval Academy JV 9
Mercersburg Academy 0
Woodberry School 6
Mercersburg Academy 3
ANNAPOLIS, Md. - No. 2 Lee Banta won 3-1, No. 8 Leo Watanabe won 3-0 and No. 9 Josh Rosenblatt won 3-2 for Mercersburg Academy in its match against Woodberry School.
Washington County Basketball League
Sixth Grade Divison
Springfield 36, Hancock 32: Conner Arnone had 12 points for Springfield (6-2) while Stephen Christy had 10 points. Spencer Weller scored 23 points for Hancock.
The Boonsboro High School baseball coaching staff will host youth baseball clinics at the high school today and Sunday, March 13.
On both days, registration will start at noon and the clinic will conclude at 4:30 p.m. Cost is $20 for one day and $30 for both days.
For more information, contact Boonsboro head baseball coach Brian Smith at 301-432-6101.