Zach Pompea had a hat trick and visiting Salisbury (16-3) won 11-8 over York (17-2) to claim their 21st Capital Athletic Conference men's lacrosse championship. The Sea Gulls went on a 6-1 run in the second quarter to pull away. ... Salisbury senior defenseman Kyle Tucker was named the Capital Athletic Conference Player of the Year. Sea Gulls joining Tucker on the CAC First Team were defensive players Will Nowesnick, Troy Miller and Kevin Murphy. Salisbury offfensive players Corey Gwin, Garrett Reynolds and Griffin Moroney all earned second-team recognition as did goalie Brandon Warren. ... JT Thelen scored five goals and host Stevenson (12-6) won 12-6 over Widener (7-11) in the Middle Atlantic Conference championship. The Mustangs went on a 10-0 run that spanned both halves.
Women's college lacrosse: Courtney Fegan (South River) had four goals and host Salisbury (18-1) won 12-7 over Mary Washington (16-4) to claim its 16th straight Capital Athletic Conference championship. ... Cecily Docktor scored twice, but Washington College (15-2) fell 17-9 to host Gettysburg (13-5) in a Centennial Conference semifinal at Franklin & Marshall.
College baseball: Coppin State won its first MEAC North Division title since 1996 with a 5-2 victory over Norfolk State. The Eagles (18-21-1, 17-4 conference) will enter the MEAC Tournament on May 16-20 in Daytona Beach, Fla., with a No. 1 seed and a first-round bye. Jahmon Taylor earned the win for Coppin, allowing just one earned run on four hits over seven innings while striking out nine.
College softball: Morgan Scardina (Seton Keough) led the second-seeded Green Terror (21-20-1) with two hits and ranged to left-center to make an outstanding catch with multiple runners on base in McDaniel's 5-2 loss to Gettysburg.
Horse racing: There will be mandatory payouts in the Rainbow 6, Late Pick 5 and Super Hi-5 wagers on the nine-race program Sunday at Laurel Park , closing day of the 2018 winter-spring meet. First race post time is 1:10 p.m.
Sailing: Annapolis resident Zeke Horowitz took advantage of the only race held on Saturday to seize the lead in J/22 class at the Annapolis stop of the Helly Hansen National Offshore One-Design series. Horowitz and his crew aboard Uncle Fluffy placed second in Race 6 of the regatta and that result moved Horowitz from third to first in the 32-boat J/22 fleet. The North Sails professional, who won two of the five races held on Friday, now has a low score of 32 points.
— Bill Wagner, Baltimore Sun Media Group
Soccer: The Old Timers Soccer Association of Maryland will induct seven new members into the Maryland Soccer Hall of Fame and others will be honored at the 44th annual dinner ceremony in Fullerton on Friday at 7 p.m. at Columbus Gardens. For ticket information, contact Fran McGrath at 410-530-2018, 410-662-4540, email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
— From Sun staff and news services