IAAM C Conference lacrosse: Indian Creek won its first IAAM title with a 9-6 victory over defending champion Chapelgate. Abbi O'Neal led the Eagles (18-4) with four goals, while Margot White added two and goalie Delaney Kerns made 12 saves. Emma Rufalo scored five goals for Chapelgate (12-5).
IAAM A Conference lacrosse: The A Conference championship between No. 1 McDonogh (21-0) and No. 4 St. Paul's (13-4) was postponed because storms delayed the earlier B Conference final for too long and Gerstell Academy does not have lights. The Eagles will go for their fifth straight championship and their 91st straight win Monday at 4 p.m. at Notre Dame Prep. The Gators are looking for their first title since 2006.
Football: Corey Johnson, who coached Patterson for six years, will be named to replace Dante Jones as Edmondson's football coach Monday. Johnson confirmed Saturday that he will take over a Red Storm program that has been one of Baltimore City's most competitive football teams under Jones, who is moving on to coach in Delaware.
Boys tennis: Mount St. Joseph defended its Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference championship Friday at UMBC by defeating Gilman, 4-1. The Gaels have won 25 straight matches dating to 2012.
Gravdahl's grand slam lifts Salisbury in softball, 7-3
Salisbury senior Michelle Gravdahl (Long Reach) hit a grand slam Saturday morning in the top of the eighth inning on the first pitch she saw after the game resumed following a suspension Friday night due to rain. Her blow gave the Sea Gulls a 7-3 lead, the final margin, in a victory over Christopher Newport in the Salem (Va.) Regional of the NCAA Division III tournament. The homer, which helped keep Salisbury undefeated in the double-elimination tournament, was Gravdahl's 10th of the season and second of the game. Rachel Johnson Tom Stitcher ... Washington College's most successful season ended in the Ithaca (N.Y.) Region of the NCAA Division III tournament as the seventh-seeded Shorewomen (27-19) fell, 4-1, to top seed St. John Fisher (34-13) in an elimination game. ... Emily Weiman (Archbishop Spalding) threw a four-hitter as North Carolina State won its second Atlantic Coast Conference tournament championship and first since 2006 with a 1-0 victory over Florida State in Tallahassee. ... ... Coppin State junior Heather Josker was named Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Player of the Week, and freshman Alyssa Barker was named the Pitcher of the Week.
Baseball: Junior Mac Gill and freshman Mike Gomez threw back-to-back complete games as host UMBC swept its doubleheader against America East rival Hartford. The Retrievers (16-27, 8-18) took the opener over the Hawks (15-33, 11-15) behind Gill's fourth consecutive complete game and its won the second game, 7-4, as Gomez went the distance for the first time in his career. UMBC has won a season-best four straight games. ... Coppin State freshman pitcher Will Grebenstein (Meade) was named MEAC Rookie of the Week.
Men's tennis: Ninth-ranked Johns Hopkins (20-2) won its school-record 16th straight match with a 5-1 victory over Vassar (10-13) in the second round of the NCAA Division III tournament in Middlebury, Vt. The Blue Jays reached 20 wins for the second time in program history. Hopkins will face the winner of the Middlebury-Drew match in the regional final today at noon today.
Women's tennis: Seventh-ranked Johns Hopkins (19-2) earned a 5-0 victory against Scranton (10-8) in the second round of the NCAA Division III tournament in Pittsburgh. The Blue Jays have won 15 straight matches and will face the winner of Carnegie Mellon-Mary Washington in the regional final at noon today.
Club rugby: Salisbury beat rival Towson, 23-10, in the semifinals of the Division II national club championships in Bowling Green, Ohio. Salisbury will face Minnesota-Duluth in the title game today. Minnesota-Duluth was a 59-15 winner over Indiana (Pa.).
Callaway wins Maryland Half Marathon in 1:19:29.7
Adam Callaway, 31, of Baltimore County won the Maryland Half Marathon in Maple Lawn, finishing in 1 hour, 19 minutes, 29.7 seconds. Callaway was the top finisher in 2011. Adam Bosley, 23, of Bel Air was second in 1:22:25.6, followed by Matthew Klaschus, 26, of Street, 1:23:24.8; Tim Unrath, 31, of Baltimore, 1:23:35.7; Curt Forst, 26, of Baltimore, 1:23:56.1; Nicholas Grossi, 32, of Columbia, 1:24:04.6; Brian Hayes, 38, of Bolling Air Force, 1:24:34.5; Keith Levasseur, 34, of Columbia, 1:25:09.8; Mitch Feldman, 32, of Columbia, 1:25:12.7; and Ashish Rathee, 37, of Ellicott City, 1:26:47.4. Caroline Bauer, 29, of Columbia was the women's winner in 1:32:30.3, trailed by Erika Stasakova, 23, of Bel Air, 1:36:49.2; and Jenna McMakin, 26, of Woodbine, 1:37:40.1.
National Lacrosse League: The Rochester Knighthawks became the first NLL team in a decade to hoist the Champion's Cup in back-to-back years by earning an 11-10 road win over the Washington Stealth. Cody Jamieson was named the game's Most Valuable Player for the second straight year.
—From Sun staff and news services