In three postseason games last week, including the 15-3 Class 2A State championship romp over Hammond High of Howard County, O'Brien was 10-for-12 with 9 RBI.
The junior designated hitter missed hitting for the cycle in Saturday's state championship and ended up with a single, double, triple, five RBI and two runs scored. Needing a dinger in his final at-bat to complete the cycle, O'Brien grounded out.
O'Brien drilled a pair of doubles, knocking in three runs in Monday's Region III final over Frederick Douglass of Prince George's County, 16-1.
In the semis, O'Brien, who usually bats seventh in the Eagles' hard-hitting lineup, had a two-run triple to propel a four-run first inning and subsequent 13-3 rout of Middletown (Frederick County) at McCurdy in Frederick.
His clutch hitting symbolized the awesome attack the Eagles dis
played the entire season in becoming the first school in state public school history to go 24-0.
TOP FEMALE ATHLETE
Jakubowski was sensational in pitching and batting the Cougars to a repeat State 4A Championship in girls softball, the third title in four years.
On Tuesday, Jakubowski fired a no-hitter, with 10 strikeouts and allowed only two runners (walks in the first and 7th innings).
he also helped herself at the plate, going 4-for-4 with a solo home run and two RBI as Chesapeake eliminated Montgomery County's Springbrook, 11-0, in the state semis at Upton Park in Severn.
The four-year Cougar star, who was a starting outfielder on the school's first state championship team as a freshman, gave up just one hit in the 6-0 title game over Frederick High on Friday night at Upton.
Jakubowski (10-2) struck out a dozen in facing only 22 batters. The lonehit came with one gone in the sixth inning.
The state championship win brought the team's record this year to 20-3.
The Bruin's senior, who was an All-CountyFootball defensive lineman last fall, won the state shot put championship Thursday with a toss of 47 feet, 4 inches at Western Maryland College in Westminster.
Running on a stress fracture in her right leg, this determined Seahawksenior copped the State 3A Championship in the 110-meter high hurdles with a time of 14.74. She also took a silver medal in the 300 intermediate hurdles with a clocking of 46.21.
The winning time in the 300 hurdles was 45.26.
Fullmer learned of the stress fracture justlast week, but wasn't going to let it keep her out of the state meet.
Hobbs was the county'sonly individual winner at Saturday's State Tennis Championships at the University of Maryland, College Park.
The Falcons' star took the girls singles title, 6-1, 6-4, over Susan Clanzy of Howard County'sOakland Mills.
he truly played up to her billing as top seed and capped a banner season at 23-0.