Goalkeeper Tyler Fiorito (McDonogh) made 22 saves, including 18 over the second and third quarters, but the visiting Chesapeake Bayhawks lost Sunday to the Boston Cannons, 14-11. "Our goalie really made some great saves and held them to two goals for more than 20 minutes in the first half," Chesapeake coach Dave Cottle said. "Tyler didn't stop anything early, but he made a bunch of saves at 4-0 that helped us, big time." Attackman Drew Westervelt (UMBC, John Carroll) had three goals and two assists for Chesapeake (5-5), whose two-game winning streak ended. Midfielder Joe Walters (Maryland) added two goals and two assists for the Bayhawks, who could not overcome a lengthy drought in the fourth quarter or five goals by midfielder Kevin Buchanan (Calvert Hall). Ben Rubeor scored two goals and assisted on another, while fellow attackman Matt Danowski finished with a goal and two assists for Chesapeake, which fought back to tie the game after trailing Boston (6-4) by four goals in the first quarter and three in the third. The Bayhawks won just eight of 27 faceoffs and 27 of 79 ground balls. "We didn't win a lot of faceoffs outright and we didn't do a good job of getting the ball off the ground whenever it became a scramble," Cottle said.

Et cetera

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Maryland football lands two recruits over the weekend

The Maryland football team landed two recruits over the weekend. On Saturday, H.D. Woodson (D.C.) cornerback Parnell Motley committed to Maryland. A three-star prospect, according to 247Sports.com, he had been considering Michigan State, Miami and Oklahoma. On Sunday morning, Fredrick Douglass (P.G.) athlete Devin Butler decided on the Terps just days after receiving an offer. A quarterback in high school, he projects as a safety in college. Butler is an unranked prospect on 247Sports.com and the 16th member of Maryland's 2016 recruiting class.

WNBA: Emma Meesseman scored 20 points and Stefanie Dolson added a career-high 19 along with 10 rebounds to lead the Washington Mystics to an 86-71 win over the Chicago Sky. Tayler Hill tied a career best with 16 points, and Ivory Latta matched her. The victory made Mike Thibault the winningest coach for the Mystics (6-3), reaching 39 wins in his third season. Elena Delle Donne scored 26 points to lead Chicago (5-4), which had a three-game winning streak ended. The Mystics hit 10 of their 19 3-pointers and shot 50 percent from the field. The Sky missed all eight of their 3-point attempts. Washington led by as many as 20 after Latta's 3-pointer with 2:38 remaining in the third quarter. . … In her first game since returning from EuroBasket, guard Kristi Toliver (Maryland) scored 30 points on 9-for-15 shooting for the Los Angeles Sparks (0-7) in a 79-70 loss to the New York Liberty (5-4).

Varsity baseball: The Maryland State Association of Baseball Coaches Team Maryland Futures Games will be held tonight at the Baysox's Prince George's Stadium in Bowie. The best underclassmen from across the state have been selected as members of one of four regional teams, which will compete in a showcase doubleheader. The South will face the East at 5 p.m., while the North will face the West at 8 p.m.

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