The Perryville girls lacrosse team opened season season with a pair of 14-2 victories over county foes.
Perryville's track and field teams both opened the season by prevailing in a three-team home meet Tuesday, March 27.
"We're the comeback kids!," Rising Sun's Alexa Hull exclaimed in the middle of her team's decisive seventh inning rally.
Trailing 2-0 and down to their last out, the Tigers tallied seven runs to pull out a 7-2 triumph over host Perryville Monday, March 26.
Perryville boys lacrosse coach Chris Soper saw signs of improvement during the second half of his squad's season-opening 13-1 loss at Havre de Grace Friday night.
He freely acknowledges there is still a lot left to work on for the Panthers.
Rising Sun's tennis team started this season where they left off last year – with another victory.
Undefeated in 2017, the Tigers topped visiting North East 9-2 in the lidlifter Friday afternoon.
PHOTOS: Cecil College women's basketball team clinches first-ever berth in national tournament by capturing Region XX title
The Cecil College women's basketball team made 'herstory' Sunday afternoon.
The Seahawks secured their first-ever national tournament berth by decisively defeating Chesapeake College 74-48 in the Region XX Division II tournament championship game.
"It's amazing. It's exciting," said Cecil sophomore guard Alexis Stubblefield, who was named the tournament's MVP. "We're all just speechless. I don't know. It's just exciting."
Cecil College's men's basketball team came up short in its bid for an 11th Region XX Division II title.
The Seahawks started strong, but the College of Southern Maryland took control late in the first half on the way to a 72-65 triumph Sunday afternoon.
The Cecil College women's basketball team topped Hagerstown 85-53 in a NJCAA Region XX tournament semifinal game Saturday afternoon.
Cecil County's Silas Filliaux, Hunter Zacerous, and Jarrett Hunter placed at the MPSSAA wrestling state tournament which concluded Monday at the Show Place Arena in Upper Marlboro.
Elkton's Courtney Hardy scored her team's first 10 points as the Elks stormed out to a 17-4 cushion en route to a 46-40 triumph over visiting Fallston in a region semifinal game Thursday night.
Hardy had 10 of her game-high 20 points in the opening eight minutes.