Visiting No. 4 Sparrows Point broke open a close game with two goals in the final seven minutes of regulation in a 4-1 victory over Catonsville (5-9) in girls soccer Tuesday.
The win was the ninth straight for the Pointers (10-1).
Alayna Jerome assisted Emalee Travagline for Sparrows Point's first goal and Jerome made it 2-0 after a corner kick by Julie Lynch.
Catonsville senior tri-captain Aubrie Zepp cut the lead in half after a direct kick with just over seven minutes until halftime.
Sparrows Point's Jasmine Pinter opened the scoring in the second half with a goal with 6:59 left, and Jerome tacked on another with under two minutes left.
Glenelg Country 8, Mount Carmel 0: Alisah Netus, Lindsey Marshall and Jessie Saum each scored two goals to lead the host Dragons (10-1, 9-1 Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland B Conference) past the Cougars (2-13-1, 0-10).
No. 5 Meade 3, Glen Burnie 0: Graham Bussink had a goal and an assist to lead the host Mustangs (12-1) past the Gophers (1-9-1). Meade faces No. 3 Severna Park in the Anne Arundel County championship Tuesday at Broadneck at 7 p.m.
No. 8 Eastern Tech 5, Dundalk 2: Mitchel Shanklin and Isaac Ngobu each had two goals and two assists to lead the host Mavericks (12-1) past the Owls (5-7).
Eastern Tech went on a 4-1 run in the second half to take control.
Chesapeake-AA 1, Broadneck 0: Miguel Olivares scored to lift the Cougars (7-4-1) over the Bruins (6-2-3). Chesapeake outshot Broadneck 6-5.
North Harford 2, Harford Tech 0: Cameron LaPlante and Colin McCue each scord to lead the host Hawks (6-7) past the Cobras (7-5).
North Harford's Mill Heinze made five saves in his second shutout of the season.
No. 11 River Hill 4, Howard 0: Quinn Kindbom scored twice to lead the host Hawks (9-3-1) past the Lions (7-5).
River Hill scored three goals in the second half.
Baltimore Sun staff contributed to this article.