Two champions will be crowned this week as the high school field hockey regular season winds down.

Tuesday evening at Edgewood, No. 7 Patterson Mill will meet North East for the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference championship. The Huskies posted an 8-0 decision over North East during the regular season.

Patterson Mill put up five goals in the first 30 minutes as Emily Keesling and Sam Rutkowski each finished with three goals. Katie Meek and Danielle Nguyen also scored for the Huskies, who received eight saves from Gabby Brooks.

No. 13 Hereford and No. 17 Dulaney will add another chapter to their rivalry in the Baltimore County title game, Wednesday evening at Lansdowne at 7. The teams met more than two weeks ago with Hereford emerging in penalty strokes, 4-1, after playing to a 1-1 deadlock through regulation and two overtimes.

Hereford defeated Lions, 1-0, for the county championship last year, paving the way to the Class 3A state title. Dulaney outlasted the Bulls in penalty strokes during the 2009 regular season.

Next Monday, No. 1 Severna Park, the Anne Arundel County champ and Howard County champ and third-ranked Glenelg for the District V title at North County.