South Carroll #1 closed out a perfect season by whipping South Carroll #2, 12-5, in high school age field hockey.
The winners (12-0) were paced by Tracie DiDidio's five goals and four by Alicia Sievert. Kristen Kinter, Natalie Walker and Kelsey Husted each scored once for South Carroll #1.
Carli Benham scored twice for South Carroll #2, and Bethany Miller, Jill Baldwin and Megan Evans each had one goal.
High school age boys soccer
The Liberty Dynamo closed out a championship season by thumping Catonsville, 17-5.
Jason Dunbar scored three times for the winners, and Corey Ziegenfuss and Anthony Omelio each scored twice.
The 9-0 Dynamo outscored their opponents by a combined score of 137-19 this season.
Keeper Greg Schad anchored the champs' defense, allowing only 14 goals in nine games.
Under-14 boys soccer
The Freedom Strikers topped Pikesville, 10-4, in its final game of the season. Tim Shifflett paced the winners with four goals and Ben Stoltenberg and Rob Lee each scored two.
The Strikers won the league title with a 6-1 record.
Under-12 girls soccer
The Freedom Lady Strikers ended their season on a winning note with a 10-1 win over Mount Airy I. Allison Rabinovitz and Amy Williams each scored twice for the Strikers.
Scoring one goal apiece were Brianna Shaffer, Erin Wetzel, Kylie Skinner, Sandy and Christine Lagana and Jen Janowich.
Boys middle school lacrosse
Freedom #1 won the battle in its final game of the season, but still lost the game.
It edged Freedom #2, 10-9, to tie the latter for first place, at 6-3, but Freedom #2 was awarded the title because it scored three more goals than Freedom #1 in games between the two teams.
Freedom #1's Tim Shifflet broke a 9-9 tie when he scored with 43 seconds remaining.
Mike Deal had four goals and three assists for the winners; Shifflet, three goals and two assists; Charlie Heller, two goals and one assist; and Colin Heidtman, one goal and three assists.
* Will Gunther scored with three minutes remaining to break a 9-9 tie and spur Freedom #3 to a 12-10 victory over Freedom #4.
Mike Rabinavitz scored three goals for Freedom #3; Gunther, Tres Johnson and Darrin Starlings, two apiece; and Andrew Bettis, Jason Veniazini and Jason Swem, one each.
County girls basketball
Mount Airy I mounted a tenacious defense in the second half and cruised to a 38-18 victory over Mount Airy II in a Junior Division game.
The winners smothered Mount Airy II 23-0 in the second half after trailing 14-4 after the first quarter and 18-15 at halftime.
Guards Erin Leaf and Katie Jenkins paced Mount Airy I with 17 and 14 points, respectively, and center Jennifer Altman provided the winners with strong rebounding.
Guard Erin McCumber, who scored eight points in her team's first-quarter surge, led Mount Airy II with 10.
* Senior Division -- North Carroll topped Mount Airy #1, 30-17. Forward Shannon Murray had nine points for Mount Airy #1.
St. John's basketball
* Sixth-eighth-grade playoffs -- Dante Partlow scored only six points, but those six, including the game-winning basket, all came in the fourth quarter as his Royals edged the Bulls, 28-27.
The Royals had gone winless in the regular season before their upset playoff win over the Bulls, who had tied for third.
Sean Duckett had 11 points and Jonathan Booth seven for the Royals.
Danny Carter and Danny Piper had seven and six points, respectively, for the Bulls.
* The Warriors edged St. John's White, 21-20, in overtime. Mark Sanford and Ben Hull scored baskets in the overtime period, which saw their Warriors outscore St John's White 4-3.
Pat Scheper scored seven for the winners, and Ryan Kelly led St. John's White with six.
* The Hawks ripped the Bullets, 28-12, behind Jimmy Pinner's nine points and Christian Miller's six. Scott Litz's four points led the Bullets.
* The Lakers beat St. John's Green, 25-21, in overtime. Mike Grata's 10 points paced the Lakers and Matt DeCesare's nine led St. John's Green.
Matt Whitestone scored four points in the overtime period, in which the Lakers outscored St. John's Green 7-3.
St. Joseph's basketball
* Junior Girls Division playoffs -- Gray pulled steadily away to beat Columbia Blue, 33-19.
The winners, paced by Christine Phillips' 17 points, went on a 17-7 tear after halftime at which point they led only 16-12.
Shen Poehlman scored 14 points for Columbia Blue.
* Green shut down Blue in the second half and rolled to a 27-14 victory.