The last week of the regular season for soccer and field hockey featured a couple of local rivalries being settled.

The only surprise was in girls soccer, where Dundalk beat Patapsco 2-0 on Monday for its first win over the Patriots ... in a long time.

Abby Francazi scored both goals for the Owls. The first goal was off of a corner kick by Ariana Procopiou.

In boys soccer, Patapsco defeated Dundalk in overtime 3-2 on Monday.

Diego Placido scored for the Patriots, who also were the beneficiaries of an “own goal” by the Owls.

Cameron Brydge scored the game-winner about 40 seconds into overtime.

In field hockey, Sparrows Point defeated host Patapsco 3-0 on Thursday at CCBC Dundalk.

Taylor Culver, Jordan Smith and Callie Polanka scored for the Pointers.

Regional playoff brackets

In girls soccer, six-time defending Class 1A state champion is NOT seeded first in the Class 2A North Region II.

The Pointers (11-1-1) are seeded second behind Overlea (9-1).

Sparrows Point will host third-seeded Digital Harbor in the second round. Both teams received byes.

Sparrows Point will then either play at Overlea or host Eastern Tech. The winner will move into the state quarterfinals, where the remaining eight teams will be re-seeded.

In the Class 3A North Region II playoffs, Dundalk (4-7) is seeded fifth and will play at fourth-seeded Bel Air (3-7-2).

The winner advances to play at top-seeded Kenwood (10-1).

Patapsco (3-9), seeded sixth, will pay at third-seeded C. Milton Wright (5-6-1), with the winner advancing to play either second-seeded Edgewood (8-3-1) or seventh-seeded Aberdeen (2-10).

In boys soccer, Sparrows Point (6-4-1) is seeded fifth in the Class 2A North Region II and was to play at fourth-seeded Patterson (6-4) on Wednesday.

The Pointers will then play at top-seeded Overlea (10-0) before playing at second-seeded Eastern Tech, with the winner advancing to the state quarterfinals and being re-seeded.

In the Class 3A North Region II playoffs, Patapsco (6-5) is seeded fourth and was to host fifth-seeded Aberdeen (5-7) on Wednesday, with the winner advancing to play at top-seeded Kenwood (7-2-2).

Dundalk (3-7-1) is seeded sixth and was to play at third-seeded Bel Air (8-4) on Wednesday., with the winner advancing to play second-seeded C. Milton Wright (8-3-1).

In field hockey, Sparrows Point (6-5) is seeded second in the Class 1A South Region I and will host third-seeded Loch Raven (6-5) on Monday after the end of the Patapsco-Towson game. The winner will play at top-seeded Carver A&T.

Patapsco (4-5) is seeded second in Class 3A North Region I and will play third-seeded Towson (2-10) on Monday at Sparrows Point at 3:30 p.m.

The winner will play at top-seeded Franklin (8-4).

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