More varsity baseball: Ryan Horseman went 2-4 with a triple and two RBIs to lead No. 14 Harford Tech to a 9-5 win over visiting Edgewood (16-3) in conference play. Harford Tech plays the C. Milton Wright Mustangs today. ... A solo home by Paul Diben in the sixth tied the game, and a solo home run by Derek Wells in the seventh proved to be the game-winner as visiting Archbishop Spalding downed Century, 7-6. ... W.E.B. Dubois won the Baltimore City Division III championship with a 7-3 win over Maritime Industries. Irving Woods pitched a complete game and recorded 12 strikeouts.
Varsity softball: Carly Moore, Emma Yale and Kaley Tessieri doubled as No. 3 Severna Park (16-3) downed Arundel, 10-0, in five innings. Winning pitcher Clare Hofstedt was a walk away from a perfect game. She faced 16 batters and struck out nine.
Bayhawks: Midfielder Kyle Dixon was named the Major League Lacrosse Offensive Player of the Weekafter totaling 10 points on four goals and three assists in a 23-11 victory over the Ohio Machine at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium on Saturday. Dixon now has 36 career two-pointers, breaking the previous league record of 33 that was held by former Bridgeport/Philadelphia Barrage midfielder Roy Colsey.
—From Sun staff and news services