Fisher fired a 5-under-par 67 and rallied to edge 12-time champion Pat Carter by one stroke. Fisher ended with a 72-hole stroke total of 285.
Chuck Ingram, formerly of Boonsboro and now residing in Shepherdstown, W.Va., had a final-round 80, ending with a 301 in a tie for 22nd place.
MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL
Mills shines for Portland
ALTOONA, Pa. -- Former Clear Spring star Adam Mills continued his pitching dominance in the Eastern League on Thursday as the Portland Sea Dogs beat Altoona, 6-1.
Mills won his eighth straight game, a Portland franchise record, and moved to 10-5 on the season as he allowed only five hits with no walks over eight innings against Altoona. He struck out eight.
Mills went 6-0 with a 2.31 earned run average in July as he rebounded from a 2-5 start. He has not lost a game since June 21.
Portland is a Double-A affiliate of the Boston Red Sox.
Hair Razors 5, Tim's Tools 2
Hair Razors: Britt Flasher 2 hits.
Tim's Tools: Amanda Fleming 3 hits; Heather Danley, Tracy Carbaugh 2 hits each.
Peckies 6, IESI 2
Peckies: Jess Souders, Sam Mcquad 3 hits each.
IESI: Kelly Martin, Minnie Turner, Sammi Weagley 2 hits each.
Sharpsburg Blue-Gray 7-8 Tournament
National 12, American 10
National: Corban Luna 4 hits; Brock Penn, Timothy Towson 3 hits each; Michael Hawbaker, Noah Lightner 2 hits each.
American: Naquan Chun, Josiah Stubbs 2 hits each; Stubbs HR; Danontez Dorsey 3 hits.
Valley Blue 20, Hancock 18
Valley: Chris Martin 4 hits; Chase Miller, Brendan Kemp, Cameron Snyder 2 hits each.
Hancock: Josh Golden, Ethan Souders, Hayden Norris 2 hits each; Eaven Gordon 3 hits.