Mount de Sales and Gilman won A Conference track and field championships, completing three days of competition Saturday.
The Sailors won the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland title, edging Maryvale, 168.50-140.50, while the Greyhounds won the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association crown by topping Mount Saint Joseph, 171-149.
Samantha Facius won the 1,600-meter run to lead Mount de Sales on Saturday and the Sailors also won the 400 and 1,600 relays.
Gilman received individual victories from Keith Roberts in the 800 run and Booker Thomas in the shot put.
Glenelg Country won the IAAM B title as Alisha Netus led the way with victories in the 100 and 300 hurdles.
St. Paul's captured the MIAA B title as Everette McDuffie won the 110 and 300 hurdles.
Catholic 11, Concordia 7: Sara Morales scored six goals as the Cubs repeated as IAAM C Conference champions, avenging their only league loss of the season and ending a 14-game winning streak. Erika Gabrys and Lexi Grebeleski each scored twice for Catholic.
Howard 4, Catonsville 1: Junior pitcher Gabe Delgado allowed three hits and struck out 11 to lead the host Lions (16-5) to a win over Catonsville (12-7) in the Class 4A North Section I semifinals.
Howard advances to the sectional finals at Dulaney on Tuesday.
Alex Campbell led Howard's hitting attack with a two-run double in the first inning and a run-scoring triple in the sixth.
Catonsville's only run came after Will Jones broke up Delgado's perfect game in the top of the fifth. He scored two batters later on a suicide squeeze bunt by Carl Baker.
Baker allowed six hits in 52/3 innings and lost his first game after six straight victories.
– Craig Clary, Baltimore Sun Media Group
Chesapeake 8, Northeast 5: Chesapeake led Northeast, 5-4, in the top of the sixth inning of their the Class 3A East Section II semifinal matchup, and the Eagles looked primed to tie the game up after a hit batter and a walk put runners on first and second with one down.
AJ Moya pulled a sharp grounder, third baseman Lee Robinson dived to his right, snagged it, got to his feet, touched the bag and fired a strike to first baseman Mike Cybert to end the threat with the game's lone double play.
– Jack Chavez, Baltimore Sun Media Group
Dulaney 15, Perry Hall 2: Danny Beard pitched a three-hitter and Bryce Frederick doubled and homered as Dulaney won a 4A East North Region game. Jack Tarantino, Todd Mozoki and Michael Bernhardt also doubled for the Lions.
Manchester Valley 10, Westminster 8: Manchester Valley led Westminster by eight runs entering the seventh inning of Saturday's Class 3A West Section I semifinal, but the home team almost pulled off an impressive comeback.
The Mavericks (9-9) won their second playoff game in a row, and will travel to Rockville in the sectional final Tuesday.
– Megan Woodward, Baltimore Sun Media Group
Winters Mill 3, South Carroll 1: The county rivals faced each other for a third time this spring in the Class 2A West Section I semifinal, with the winner advancing and the loser having to deal with the end of its season. The stakes were certainly high, and each side knew it.
So when the Falcons finished off their 3-1 victory, defeating the Cavaliers for a third time in 2018, emotions showed.
Winters Mill was jubilant, backed by a strong pitching performance from Dylan Waltemeyer. South Carroll was crushed, despite a matching effort from pitcher Josh Kaye.
– Pat Stoetzer, Baltimore Sun Media Group
No. 8 Severna Park 13, Old Mill 12: Drew Jeffries stroked a two-run home run on a 3-2 count with two outs in the bottom of the eighth inning to give Severna Park a 4A East Region Section I semifinal win.