No. 8 Northeast @No. 10 Old Mill
WHEN -- Today, 4 p.m.
OUTLOOK -- Two of the contenders in what has become a six-team race in county baseball meet in Mill ersville. Each team, with two league losses, started the week in second place behind once-beaten Arundel. Both teams' aces pitched on Friday, with John Hodges (3-2) of the Eagles firing a one-hitter to shut out Glen Burnie, while Brady Feigl's five-in ning two-hitter led the Old Mill Pat riots to a 12-2 rout of Meade. Hodges and Feigl (4-2) could be matched up today. The Patriots had reeled off sev en wins in a row going into this week, while Northeast was on a four-game winning streak. Brody Kean, who had three hits on Friday, has been swinging the bat well for the Eagles. Kevin Kean had three hits for Old Mill Friday.
THE SUN'S PICK -- Northeast