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C. Milton Wright @ Bel Air

WHEN -- Tomorrow, 3:30 p.m.

OUTLOOK -- C.M. Wright jumped out to a three-game lead in the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Confer ence's Chesapeake Division. The Mustangs have gotten strong pitch ing and hitting en route to their 9-0 start, including a 5-0 record in the UCBAC. Bel Air could cut the lead to two games with a victory, and the game being at home will help the Bobcats, who were 4-4 through the middle of last week.

THE SUN'S PICK -- C. Milton Wright


John Carroll @ Park

WHEN -- Tuesday, 4 p.m.

OUTLOOK -- These two teams have battled in big regular-season and playoff games -- including the Mary land Interscholastic Athletic Associa tion B Conference championship game -- several times in recent years. This game figures to be anoth er battle , as both got off to good starts this season. John Carroll has been consistent on both offense and defense, winning in routs through out its first five games. Park, con versely, has won a lot of close games. John Carroll will have played just one game in 19 days, and it will be in teresting to see if the layoff will affect them.

THE SUN'S PICK -- John Carroll


C. Milton Wright Relays

WHEN -- Saturday, 9 a.m.

OUTLOOK -- C.M. Wright hosts its annual spring event that combines running and field competition. It al lows performers to compete in events they usually do as part of a re lay, giving teams a chance to get more people involved. C.M. Wright's boys and girls have gotten off to a good start this season. The girls have a strong group of distance runners who carried them to a Class 4A state title last fall in cross country.

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