Potomac State capped its perfect run through the Region XX Baseball Tournament with an 11-9 victory over Hagerstown Community College in Sunday's championship game at HCC.
The Catamounts (29-11) went 3-0 in the tournament, including two victories over the Hawks, to win their fifth tournament title in the last six years.
"It wasn't easy," Potomac State coach Doug Little said. "Hagerstown is a good team and it is hard to beat a team in their own town. They are well-coached. That helped us to score 10 runs during the first four innings. That took some pressure off. You can't have enough runs in a game like this. You saw how it ended up."
The Hawks (30-20), who went 2-2 in the tournament, reduced an 11-5 deficit to 11-9 with four runs in the top of the ninth inning as Andrew Murray scored on a wild pitch and Lowell Coats clubbed a three-run double to left. Coats took third when Drew Counselman singled to left to put the tying run on first.