Under-19 Bays win crown by defeating NASA Elite, 2-0
The Baltimore Bays' under-19 team beat NASA Elite of Georgia, 2-0, in the national championship game of U.S. Youth Soccer on Sunday in Lancaster, Pa. Mark Jaskolski scored in the 45th minute, assisted by J.J. Raley, to give the Bays the lead. Brendan Klebanoff scored in the 89th minute on an assist from Mike Lansing. The under-19 Bays have won three national championships in the past four years, having won at under-16 and under-18. Sunday's victory, one day after the under-15 Bays won the title in their division, gives the club eight championships overall and six in the past four years.
Late pars give Hogg 1-up win over Cha in Match Play final
Serge Hogg won three of the last six holes with pars and went ahead with a par on 17 to secure a 1-up victory over Steve Cha in the final of the Match Play championship, conducted by the Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation, at Mount Pleasant Golf Course.
Men's basketball:: The Memphis Grizzlies' Rudy Gay (Archbishop Spalding) scored 27 points on 11-for-12 from the field in the White team's 100-81 loss to Blue at the USA Basketball Showcase in Las Vegas. The game was the culmination of the national team minicamp.
WNBA: : Crystal Langhorne (Maryland) scored 19 points to lead the Washington Mystics (9-7) to an 87-73 victory over the visiting Sacramento Monarchs (4-15). Langhorne was 7-for-11 from the field and had eight rebounds. Marissa Coleman (Maryland) had eight points and four rebounds for Washington; Laura Harper (Maryland) had six points and three rebounds for Sacramento.
Soccer: : Host Crystal Palace Baltimore tied the Charlotte Eagles, 0-0, on Saturday night. Palace earned a point and moved into a tie for the fifth and final playoff spot in the United Soccer Leagues Second Division. ... The host San Jose Earthquakes (3-10-5) rallied from two down for a 2-2 tie with D.C. United (6-3-10) on Saturday night in Major League Soccer. Christian Gomez scored twice for United in the first 21 minutes.
Major League Lacrosse: : The visiting Washington Bayhawks (3-7) gave up eight goals in the second quarter and lost to the Chicago Machine (3-7) on Saturday night.
- From Sun staff and news services