- Two undefeated boys track and field teams, Calvert Hall and Gilman, faced off on Friday afternoon with a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association championship on the line. The Greyhounds swept four relays to win, 89-57.
- Sophomore Shuey Kelly contributed six goals and an assist, and senior Mic Kelly added five goals to pace the offense, while junior goalie Tommy Lubin made 11 saves as Calvert Hall forged ahead in the second quarter and dominated from there for a 16-6 win over the Admirals.
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- Richard Claiborne “Clay” Capute, an employee benefits consultant and standout athlete, has died of COVID-19 complications at 62.
- The C. Milton Wright girls lacrosse team moved to 8-1 Thursday night, winning easily at Perryville (2-6), 17-4, in Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference play.
- Kyleigh Eaton, who was a first team All-County performer as a sophomore in 2019, is a standout lacrosse goalie who has developed a passion for photography during her time at Atholton High School in Columbia.
- In a normal year, the Fallston-C. Milton Wright boys lacrosse game is likely to be a one or two goal game with either team coming away with the win. Thursday night at CMW, it was all Mustangs in this abnormal year. The team put together a complete game as the Mustangs (7-0) thumped visiting Fallston (3-1), 17-3, in an Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference game.
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- The Patterson Mill baseball team won its seventh straight game Wednesday and senior Christian Shertzer threw his second shutout against C. Milton wright in the process. Shertzer scattered six hits, walked none and struck out eight as the Huskies (8-3) blanked the Mustangs (6-4), 9-0, in an Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference ballgame.
- In 23 years as a head coach — his first three came at his alma mater, Cardinal Gibbons, and then 20 more at Calvert Hall — the 68-year-old Lou Eckerl has a career record of 500-154.
- Girls high school lacrosse teams throughout Harford County were back in action Tuesday with wins for Havre de Grace, Fallston, C. Milton Wright and Harford Tech in Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference play.