Men's Soccer -- Despite losing by 3-2 to host Anne Arundel in the final regular season game, Montgomery College-Rockville, ranked No. 1 among junior colleges, emerged as the Maryland state champion going into Region 20 playoffs next weekend. Catholic (10-5) beat host Frostburg State (12-4-1) by 3-1, scoring three goals in the second half, two by MF Craig Collins.
Women's Soccer -- Third-ranked Virginia (18-1) defeated No. 10 N.C. State, 3-1, and seventh-ranked North Carolina beat No. 14 Duke, 5-0, to set up today's ACC title game at 1 in Charlottesville. Cavaliers were led by F Darlene Del Carmen, who scored twice.
Cross-Country -- Wake Forest retained its ACC men's title and North Carolina State took its fourth consecutive women's championship. Bob Henes of N.C. State won his third individual title in a record 24:01 on the eight-kilometer Piedmont Course in Charlottesville. Anne Evans of Clemson won the women's five-kilometer race in 17:27. In team competition, both Virginia's men and women finished third and Maryland's men and women were sixth.
Baltimore Blast -- Domenic Mobilio scored four goals and Tim Wittman had three to lead Blast to 13-9 victory over St. Louis Storm in a Major Soccer League game in Baltimore. Midfielder Billy Ronson set a team record with six assists as the Blast (1-2) overcame a 4-0 deficit to win its home opener.
Local Card -- Canadian heavyweight Dan Sherry heads card Tuesday night at Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza. Sherry (16-0, eight knockouts) will fight Rockville's Aaron Smith (4-3). First bout on card is set for 7:30. Other local interests: Rockville lightweight Wilfredo de la Cruz against Washington's Tony Bennett; Hyattsville's Eric Elliot and the District's William Tibbs in a junior middleweight matchup, and Rockville's Les Johnson against Jimmy Garrett of South Carolina in a lightweight fight.