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Severna Park, Chesapeake split in baseball

Severna Park opened defense of its state baseball championship game appearance on Saturday by splitting a pair of games in the Huntingtown Tournament.

The Falcons lost their opening game to host Huntingtown, 6-5, surrendering the winning run in the eighth inning.

Trae Singleton doubled and scored two runs, while Kody Milton, Stephen Boushell, Jake Hallet and Andrew Anawalt each drove in a run.

The Falcons bounced back to top North Point, 7-0, scoring all of their runs in the first inning. Matt Gladly pitched a two-hit shutout with 10 strikeouts.

Luke Childress doubled and drove in three runs, while Milton, Boushell, Hallet and Singleton also collected RBIs for the Falcons.

CHESAPEAKE SPLITS: The Cougars split a pair of games on Saturday, losing to host Mount Hebron, 4-0, and defeating Hammond, 9-1.

Against Mount Hebron, Joe Seidler, Eric Cheatwood and Connor Fletcher delivered the lone hits.

Against Hammond, Seidler and Ryan Richardson combined to limit the Bears to six hits while striking out 11.

Chesapeake's bats came alive in the victory with Fletcher and Dillon Oxyer each collecting two hits and two RBIs. Collin Baker, Richardson and Andrew Revels also had two hits, while Seidler, Baker, Revels and Anthony Casalino drove in runs.

Softball

CHESAPEAKE 3, MARRIOTTS RIDGE 0: The Cougars opened their season on Saturday with a shutout in the District V Showcase. Haley Downin pitched a two-hitter, striking out 10 and also drove in a run. Hunter Royston tripled and scored on a wild pitch for the Cougars.

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