In the sixth, a wild pitch allowed Casey Baker to score the winning run.
"That's the first time this year that's happened, and hey, we'll take it," said Gregson.
* Northern Calvert took advantage of ineffective pitching to overcome East Frederick.
East Frederick tied the game at 3 in the top of the fourth, but Northern Calvert scored eight runs in the bottom half -- capped by a grand slam by Dillon Waters, who lifted a fastball over the fence in left center to plate Mac McGrath, Matthew Bennett and Justin Hitt.
"I felt it was a good pitch so I turned on it," said Waters. "I was pumped running to first as I saw the ball flying over the wall."
Bennett pitched a complete game with seven strikeouts and one walk. He showed exceptional control of his curveball, as he hit the corners of the strike zone with ease.
Northern Calvert coach Steve Kingsbury is proud of the win, but knows his team can do more.
"We've got to get the bats moving. We're making contact but we're not hitting with power," said Kingsbury. "I've seen what these teams have done over the season, now we've got to get it done."
* In Saturday's late game, Delmar defeated Home Run Baker 4-2 in seven innings.
Home Run Baker led Delmar 2-0 on three hits through the fifth inning, before Delmar tied it up in the top of the sixth on RBIs by Ben Dashiell and Austin Rhodes, sending the game to extra innings.
Isaac Austin hit a two-run home run in the top of the seventh for the winning runs.