Hagerstown 'C' extracted revenge in a big way against Anne Arundel in the final two games of the Colt Section Tournament.
Having lost its first-round game to the Black Barons on Friday, Hagerstown battled through the losers' bracket and beat them twice, incuding Monday's 13-9 victory for the championship.
Tim Leather slugged a two-run homer and finished with three hits and four RBI for Hagerstown.
"Everybody underestimated our 'C' team," Leather said. "It's amazing how some people put us down and then we came back. We started off slow, but we came around and started hitting the ball. We came up with some timely hits."
Leather struck out 10 in 5 2/3 innings of relief pitching for the win.
"The key for us winning the title was our defense," said Hagerstown assistant coach Travis Furr, filling in for manager Brian McLucas, who could not attend the game. "We played good defense the whole tournament, especially yesterday. We won back-to-back one-run games to get to here. The Black Barons were a great team."