Class 4A North, Section II Final

Urbana 19, Sherwood 8

Urbana (17-0) earned a rematch with Howard with the win over the Warriors on Monday.

The Hawks host the Lions at 7 p.m. Wednesday for the regional championship.

Jack Jozwiak had six goals with one assist to lead Urbana. Jason Kolar had four goals with two assists. Brendan Schmitz had three goals with one assist. Tyler Harper had a hat trick. Jason Jozwiak had two goals.

Kevin Medina had seven saves.

Class 2A West, Section II Final

Damascus 16, Middletown 12

Luke Hallman had six goals for Middletown, which finishes its season at 10-6.

Colten McCracken had two goals and one assist for the Knights. Nic Weldon had two goals. Roland Hockenberry had one goal and one assist. Henry Kreger had one goal. Conor March and Connor Boyll each had one assist.

Ben Boykin had 12 saves in goal for the Knights.


Class 2A West, Section II Final

Middletown 18, Damascus 7

Jade Catlin had four goals with two assists for Middletown (14-3), which faces South Carroll on Wednesday for the regional championship.

Bailey Broadbent had four goals for the Knights. Shannon Dextradeur had three goals with two assists. Kate McLister had a hat trick, scoring her 100th career goal.

Alyssa Daley had three goals. Isabella Ewine had one goal with three assists. She now has 100 career points.

Brigette Remsburg had 11 saves for the Knights.

Class 4A North, Section II Final

Sherwood 7, Urbana 6

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Class 1A West, Section II Final

Boonsboro 15, Brunswick 3

No details were provided


Rain on Monday forced officials to again postpone the final day of the Frederick County Public Schools Tournament on Monday.

The tournament resumes at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday.

The sites have also changed. Matches will be held at Thomas Johnson High School and Thomas Johnson Middle School.


Faith Choi, of Frederick, has qualified for the Scott Robertson Memorial in Roanoke, Virginia, this weekend.

Choi, 16, is ranked 68th in her age group, according to Peggy Kirk Bell Girls’ Golf Tour.

The 36th annual Scott Robertson Memorial, presented by BB&T, will be held on May 17 at Roanoke Country Club.

The Scott Robertson Memorial continues to be ranked among the top junior events in the nation for its strength of field. In 2018, the Girls 15-18 division was ranked 11th in the nation, and the Boys 15-18 Division was ranked 17th in the nation out of over 300 junior events.


Frederick Community College will try again to play its NJCAA Division II Region XX championship game with Community College of Baltimore County-Essex at 11 a.m. Tuesday at FCC.

The Cougars and Knights had the championship game rained out Sunday and Monday.

FCC is undefeated in the double-elimination tournament, needing one win to take the region title and the right to host the Region XIX champion this weekend in a best-of-three championship series.

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