Christian Morales scored two first-half goals Thursday and the Baltimore Bays Chelsea Under-15 Boys clinched a spot in the US Youth Soccer National Championships final in Overland Park, Kan., with a 5-2 win over the Mount Hamilton PAC Tigres of California. After a fifth-minute goal from Jeremy Degraffenreidt and another score from Christopher White in the 35th, Morales scored in the 37th and then again in the 45th minute for a 4-1 lead. Romilio Hernandez scored shortly after halftime for Baltimore, which defeated the Concorde Fire Elite, 4-3, in its opener Wednesday.
Mount St. Joe's Robinson to play for U-18 national team
Midfielder-defender Jalen Robinson (Mount St. Joseph), 16, was called up to the U.S. Under-18 men's national soccer team for games next week in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Santiago, Chile.
More soccer: Yannick Djalo scored two first-half goals to lead Sporting Lisbon to a 2-0 win over Manchester City on Friday in the second game of a mini-tournament in Harrison, N.J. Sporting will face Tottenham in Sunday's final, with Manchester City facing the New York Red Bulls in the third-place playoff. Manchester City will face Inter Milan next Saturday night in a friendly at M&T Bank Stadium.
Tennis: Two-time French Open runner-up Robin Soderling has pulled out of next month's Legg Mason Tennis Classic for personal reasons. Tournament organizers announced his withdrawal Friday night. The hard-court tournament featuring Andy Roddick and Wimbledon finalist Tomas Berdych will begin Aug. 1.
Youth baseball: Richard Fisher (Lansdowne) pitched a two-hit shutout and Tyler Wiseman (Perry Hall) went 5-for-5 with five RBIs to power the Baltimore Little Orioles past host Knoxville (Tenn.), 14-0, in the first round of the National Amateur Baseball Federation 17-Under World Series.
NFL: million contract with the Miami Dolphins, a person familiar with the negotiations told the Associated Press. Douglas played last season for the New York Jets. … Rick Bowlus of Havre de Grace will be inducted as an Ultimate Baltimore Ravens Fan into the Professional Football Ultimate Fan Association on Aug.8 in Canton, Ohio. He will be the ninth Ravens fan inducted since the PFUFA began in 1999.
Minor league baseball: The Toronto Blue Jays organization purchased outfielder Jason Lane from the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs.
—From Sun staff and news services