Lacey Aghazarian scored with 1:50 left in the second overtime period to give Hereford (11-4) a 13-12 victory over defending-champion Catonsville (13-2) in the Baltimore County District VI girls lacrosse championship game at Franklin High.
Aghazarian's sixth goal of the game came 20 seconds after Catonsville's Deb Milani whistled a shot off the crossbar. The long rebound was scooped up by Melissa Meehling and cleared to Sarah Ashwood, who raced straight to goal. Her shot was saved by Grace Campbell (11 saves), but Aghazarian corralled the rebound and drew a foul that gave her a free-position opportunity for the game-winning goal.
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Hereford 11, Dulaney 5: The Bulls (20-1) scored 11 of the first 12goals to beat the Lions (12-6) and capture their fifth straight Baltimore County title.
The victory was their 20th straight this season.
Jack Adams (four goals, one assist) got the scoring started with 4:31 left in the first quarter.
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Chesapeake-AA 13, Southern 0: The host Cougars (12-7) rebounded from Friday's 6-5 loss to No.8 Northeast.
Emily Muller struck out six to get the win. Deja Sutton (3-for-3) had four RBIs.
Maritime Industries 10, W.E.B. DuBois 7: Antonio Crawford went 2-for-3 with a home run and the host Anchors (14-2) beat the Panthers (15-1) in the Baltimore City Division II championship.
Winning pitcher Antonio Watson worked seven innings.
No. 8 Mount St. Joseph 5, No.5 Loyola 3: Winning pitcher Zac Stoll (2.00 ERA) worked seven innings, gave up three runs on six hits, walked one and struck out two as the visiting Gaels (17-9, 10-5 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Assocation A Conference) beat the Dons (20-10, 9-6) for their third win against a league opponent this week.
No. 1 Calvert Hall 3, No. 3 Gilman 2: The Cardinals (19-7, 12-3 MIAA A Conference) stayed atop the league standings by beating the visiting Greyhounds (21-10, 12-4).
a half-game ahead of Gilman, won its fifth straight.
Friday's boys lacrosse
No. 8 St. Mary's 8, No. 14 Severn 5: The host Saints (6-8, 2-6 MIAA A Conference) kept their playoffs hopes alive by handing the Admirals (9-10, 1-7) their eighth straight loss at Battle Lax.
Note: Sun staff contributed to this article.