Despite having just four players available, including a pair of freshman, Pikesville High School had just enough to edge Sparrows Point, 10-8, in Baltimore County golf action, Friday at Rocky Point Golf Course.

Panther sophomore Matt Oshrine started his season right where he left off in the spring, firing a 35, while senior captain Brandon Snyder posted a 43 on his scorecard.

Justin Beitler, one of the two freshmen in the Pikesville lineup, earned three points in his high school deput, while fellow rookie Philip Cohen secured one point for the Panthers.