Outlook: Friday marks the 14th time the teams have met in the postseason since 1999 and the fifth straight year with Boys’ Latin beating McDonogh in last year’s semifinals. After Calvert Hall, no team has played better and with more urgency than the Eagles, who recovered from an 0-4 league start to win their last six games — clinching the sixth and final playoff spot with a 10-7 win against Gilman on Tuesday. Boys’ Latin, which has won four of its last five to snag the third seed, was the last team to beat McDonogh — claiming an 11-10 road win April 9. The Eagles have been in playoff mode for a while now, so the Lakers could use a fast start on their home field to neutralize momentum. Game-changing players will be all over the field. McDonogh has Liam Powderly and Matt Hilgartner on attack, a decided edge on faceoffs with Gable Braun, and goalie Evan Long has been consistent in the cage. For the Lakers, attackman Dom Pietramala has enjoyed a fine freshman season and has shown an ability to take over games. He’s joined by Cam Spencer and Ben Smith up front with Reagan McNemar and Blake Gable standouts on defense. Loyola Blakefield was the last sixth seed to win the league championship in 2013. Can red-hot McDonogh be next?