Outlook: Catonsville is aiming for its second straight championship fueled by a milestone year for 5-foot-10 senior F-G Jasmine Dickey, who scored her 2,000th career point, and coach Mike Mohler, who won his 500th career game, both in the sectional final. Dickey averages 19.5 points, 10.3 rebounds and four steals and is almost unstoppable in the clutch with big performances late in all three regional playoff games as well as last year’s state final. Senior G Jameila Barrett (18.3 points, 6.5 rebounds) is also having a stellar season and has scored more than 1,100 career points. The Comets, who have lost only to No. 2 McDonogh, No. 3 Roland Park and Bishop McNamara, have one common opponent with the Barons: Paint Branch. The Comets won, 76-41, in the regional final while BCC lost, 55-44, in the season opener. But the Barons, from Montgomery County, defeated a strong Richard Montgomery team twice in the past four games, including 56-44 in the regional final. In their first appearance in the state semifinals, the Barons are led by two seniors, 6-foot F Caitlyn Clendenin (16.4 points, 9.6 rebounds) and 5-9 G Charlotte Lowndes (12.3 points, 3.8 assists).