The Wolverines won the Class 1A title as junior Sydney Clopton (game-high 17 points) connected on six straight free throws in the fourth quarter.

The Lady Poets were denied their seventh state title and third in a row.

Comet field hockey nearly won pair of titles

The Catonsville field hockey won 12 games and handed Mount de Sales its only loss of the season, but the Comets were denied in the county and regional championship games by the same Dulaney squad they defeated during the regular season.

Senior Brooke Stevens led the Comets in scoring.

Catonsville lacrosse falls in county title game

The Catonsville girls lacrosse team came within inches of winning a second straight Baltimore County championship, but the Comets fell 13-12 in double-overtime to Hereford on May 4.

Lacey Aghazarian scored with 1:50 left in the second overtime to gives the Bulls the win after Catonsville’s Deb Milan had a shot that hit off the top post at the other end.

Catonsville (16-3) rebounded to win the regional crown, but lost to Broadneck in the state semifinals.

Western Tech wrestling takes six to state tourney

Junior Tejon Anthony (138 pounds), a 2012 state champion, was fifth and senior teammate Payton Beachum (215) took fourth in the Class 1A-2A bracket at the state wresting tournament.

The rest of the Wolverines who qualified were Thomas Anderson (126), Tony Simuel (152), Austin Harrison (160) and junior Necho Freeman (220).

Catonsville graduate wins Arbutus Firecracker 10K

Ty Stump, a 2009 Catonsville High graduate captured the Arbutus Firecracker 10K race in sweltering heat on July 4.

“This race is pretty tough with all the heat, but with all the sprinklers that is so nice,” said Stump, who finished in 33:58.1.

Catonsville wrestling stands out in postseason

Catonsville wrestling coach Eric Warm was thrilled to take five wrestlers to the University of Maryland, College Park for the state tournament.

But the coach was even more excited about his team’s performance at the Class 3A-4A North Region tournament at Milford Mill on Feb. 23.

The Comets (11-3) finished third behind powerhouses Urbana and 2013 Baltimore County tournament champion Hereford.

“I’m really happy with third place for the team,” said Warm, who noted the five wrestlers is the most the Comets has qualified for the state tournament since Warm started coaching in 2004.

Seniors Joseth Hylton (152) pounds and TJ Henry (195) captured regional titles.