WILLIAMSPORT - Top-seeded Hagerstown Community College is one of three teams still alive after Saturday's Region XX Softball Tournament action at Kemps Mill Park.
The Hawks cruised to a five-inning, 10-0 victory over fourth-seeded Chesapeake in the second round.
Everybody in the batting order hit safely for HCC (29-4). Nina Chiaruttini and Ashley Arentz each finished 3-for-3.
"Our team played really well together," Chiaruttini said. "Our team hit the ball down and that is what we have been trying to do all year. It was exciting to get out on top early in the tournament. Our goal is to get to the national tournament, and we are going to get there playing like that."
Teonna Jewell added two hits for the Hawks.
The offense made life easy on Samantha Koehl (14-3), who tossed a five-hit shutout and struck out seven.
Adrienne Munoz led off the first inning with a single to left, stole second and scored on Faline Brown's single to center.