Matt Malphurs was the star of the game for Halfway. He homered in the first inning and again in the second, and pitched 4 2/3 innings of no-hit ball before reaching the 85-pitch limit.
Malphurs ended a seven-pitch at-bat with a drive well past the fence to right center for a 2-0 lead in the first. Ryan Downes launched his own two-run shot to dead center to make it 4-0.
Halfway made it 8-1 in the second. Zach Andrews led off by lining a homer just over the fence down the right-field line. Malphurs ended a nine-pitch at-bat, including three two-strike foul balls, with his second homer to right center. John Davies added a two-run single to right with two outs.
"I just wanted to put the ball in play," said Malphurs of his two home runs in two-strike counts. "I wanted to choke up, get in the back of the box and make contact. I was just trying to hit the ball hard."
Andrews led off the third with a double to right and scored on Bryce Ruppenthal's single to make it 9-1. Downes' second homer of the game, a frozen rope into the bleachers in left leading off the fourth, made it 10-2.
"Having a group of kids like this, I wouldn't want to play against them," Martin said. "Top to bottom, they just hit."
Malphurs walked five and hit a batter during his pitching stint.
"(The run support) made it a lot easier," Malphurs said. "Plus, I had my defense backing me up. I was just trying to keep the ball down and away."
"That really helps when you get a big lead, especially with the way (Malphurs) was pitching," Martin said. "He's awesome. He's had a heck of a tournament. Hitting, pitching, catching, he's doing everything and having a tournament you wouldn't believe."
Brandon Gooden and Andrews finished out the final 1 1/3 innings, and the only hit Halfway allowed was Justin Coyle's harmless infield single in the sixth. Conococheague scored its runs on eight walks, an error, two hit batters, two steals, a passed ball and a wild pitch.
Conococheague had the bases loaded in the fifth with a chance to get back in the game, but Andrews got out of the jam with a groundout to second.
"We're rusty," Conococheague manager Mick Byers said. "It's easier to hit when you're seeing live pitching every day. I'm going to bring everything I've got tomorrow."