Carroll Chester scattered six hits and Cambridge scored a 6-2 victory over Great Mills for the Maryland Class B baseball championship today at McCurdy Field.
Cambridge, behind 1-0, took the lead with a three-run burst in the third inning. Designated-hitter Mark Introcaso hit a two-run bases-loaded single with two out.
"We were great,just great," said Viking coach Doug Fleetwood. "We have been down before, but we always come back."
Tank Briscoe of Great Mills led off the game with a ground-rule double, scoring on John Levay's sacrifice fly.
Great Mills starter Ken Farrell held the Vikings hitless until Wally Merrikn's double in the third.
Chester settled down after giving up three hits in th first two inning, retiring 12 of 13.
Catcher Dick Moore added to the Viking lead, with a solo shot over the left field fence in the fifth inning.
In the bottom of the six, third baseman John Cannon singled home two Vikings. Cannon reached base four times during the game.
In the seventh inning singles from Billy Rhoades and Steve Mastelli, and Joe Maloof's RBI sacrifice fly produced the other run for Great Mills.
Cambridge finished the season at 22-1; Great Mills District IV champions, finished at 11-7.