The Dodgers were in uncharted territory as the Eastern Baltimore County Over-40 Baseball League entered its sixth week on Sunday.
Local athletes only brought back one medal from the Maryland state track and field championships last week at Morgan State University, but there were a few good individual performances.
Keith Chatmon swept the hurdles races and Eastern Tech went one-two in both the shotput and discus to lead the Mavericks to a third-place finish in the Class 2A North Regional championships on Saturday at Randallstown High.
The Eastern Tech softball team romped through the Class 2A North regional tournament without challenge, winning three games by a combined score of 53-2.
The Kenwood baseball team was locked in a tight struggle with vsiting Aberdeen on Saturday in the Class 3A North Region Section II semifinals, the score tied 3-3 after five innings.
TIMONIUM — Local athletes brought home three individual titles from the Baltimore County Track and Field championships last week at Dulaney High School.
The CCBC Essex women’s lacrosse team has lost twice to Anne Arundel Community College this season. But both those losses will be rendered irrelevant should the Knights beat the River Hawks in their third meeting.
Eastern Tech had a strong showing at the Eastside Last Chance meet last week at Dundalk High, with the Maverick boys finishing fourth overall and the girls placing fifth.
A three-game win streak briefly gave the Kenwood softball team a winning record before this season’s Bluebird nemesis dropped the team back to .500.
But for a second-quarter lapse, the Eastern Tech boys lacrosse team may have ended its five-game losing streak when it played at Sparrows Point last week.
Through the first two-and-a-half quarters of the men’s lacrosse game between CCBC Essex and visiting Harford Community College last week, there were six ties, four lead changes and an 8-7 Knights lead.