The Dundalk High boys soccer team will host its annual Invitational Soccer Tournament on Saturday.

The Owls will play Joppatowne at 10 a.m. in the stadium, while Parkville will face Martin Spalding on the upper field (near the tennis courts), also at 10 a.m.

The championship game will start at 1:15 p.m. in the stadium, while the consolation game will be held at the same time on the upper field.

There will be a normal admission charge to attend the game. The Dundalk High Athletic Boosters will operate a concession stand at the tournament inside the stadium.

The tournament opens the regular season for the Owls, who go on the road for their next two games, at Lansdowne on Sept. 6 and at Franklin on Sept. 7.

Dundalk hosts Owings Mills on September 12 in their next home game.

The Patapsco boys soccer team opens the season on the road, at Hereford on Tuesday and at Pikesville on Sept. 7.

The Patriots play their first home game on Sept. 12 against Franklin.

Field Hockey

Sparrows Point hosts Patapsco on Tuesday at 4 p.m. in the season opener for both teams.

Dundalk will not have a field hockey team this season.

Patasco’s first home game is not until Sept. 18, against Pikesville.

The Pointers return home on Sept. 11 to face eastern Tech.

Volleyball

Sparrows Point opens the regular season with a match against Carver A&T on Sept. 6 before traveling to Eastern Tech on Sept. 8.

Patapsco opens the season with a match against visiting Owings Mills on Sept. 6, then plays at Dundalk on Sept. 8.

That will be the first match of the season for the Owls.

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