By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun
6:19 PM EDT, March 20, 2013
Team to repeat as Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference champions since the league's first title game in 1996. Loyola is the only program to win back-to-back championships (2007 and 2008). No. 1 Calvert Hall will try to become the second this season.
State championships won overall by five-time defending champion Hereford, which ties the Bulls with Dulaney for the most among public schools in state history. Hereford also established a new mark for consecutive titles with its 13-8 win over Glenelg in the Class 3A-2A title game last season.
Record for South River last season, completed with a 10-8 win over Westminster in the Class 4A-3A state championship. It was the first perfect season for the Seahawks, who won their second state title in the past four years.
Goals scored last season by players who are returning for Boys' Latin this year. The No. 2 Lakers have seven of their top eight scorers back, led by Colin Heacock, who finished with 34 goals last year.
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