Hereford broke a tie with a 7-0 run in the final 1 minute, 20 seconds and defeated host Western Tech, 52-45, in girls basketball action.
Reese Harden (17 points), Rachel Saunders (13) and Brynn Deluzio (10) led the Bulls (16-3).
Harden broke the tie with a 7-foot jump shot.
"I usually do that," Harden said. "I like driving a little more, but I just felt it and I hit it and we were pumped up after that."
Sophomore Tiffany Manning (17 points) led the Wolverines (11-8) and lone senior DeAna Tyson had six points and 11 rebounds on senior night.
No. 4 Catonsville 78, Milford Mill 24: Jasmine Dickey scored a game-high 25 points to lead the host Comets (18-3) past the Millers (4-14). Catonsville faces No. 13 Pikesville in the Baltimore County championship 5 p.m. Tuesday at SECU Arena.
Elkton 48, Harford Tech 46: Courtney Logan scored 21 points and Emma Ryan had 11 points, but the visiting Cobras (7-11) fell to the Golden Elks (12-9) for a second straight time. Harford Tech lost its previous game on Feb. 9 to Elkton, 49-43.
McDonogh 59, Archbishop Spalding 50: Noah Locke scored 26 points to surpass 2,000 in his career, and the Eagles (14-12, 7-9 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference Black Division) beat the host Cavaliers (3-22, 2-13).
Locke entered needing only 13 points to reach 2,000.
St. Maria Goretti 72, No. 2 John Carroll 61: The host Gaels (24-7) went on a 21-13 run in the third quarter to pull away from the Patriots (23-7). Yavuz Gultekin scored 13 points and Nigel Haughton had 12 points for John Carroll.
No. 6 Boys' Latin 71, Annapolis Area Christian 60: The Lakers (23-5, 12-4 MIAA A Conference Black Division) made two 3-pointers during an 8-0 run in the third quarter and beat the Eagles (9-14, 3-13). Eddie Scott had 13 points for AACS.
No. 14 C. Milton Wright 49, Century 43: Imran Husain scored 15 points to lead the host Mustangs (17-4) past the Knights (14-7). C.M. Wright led 21-20 in the first half.
Baltimore Sun staff contributed to this article.