Hosting its own boys lacrosse tournament, the Fred Sheckells Tournament, Fallston High School lost two close games Wednesday to finish fourth.
The Cougars (1-4) opened with a 7-6 loss to Dulaney on the turf at Fallston Rec, while Hereford routed Winters Mill, 15-2, at Fallston High School.
In the consolation game, Fallston lost to Winters Mill, 8-6.
In the loss to Dulaney, Marc Badger scored three goals and added one assist, while Zack Wheeler had a goal and three assists. Kyle D'Onofrio added two goals and Jason Lawrence added one assist.
Cougars goalie Caleb Abney made seven saves.
In the Winters Mill loss, Greg Horsham led with three goals and Wheeler had a goal and assist. Lawrence and Badger tallied single goals and Travis Greene finished with two assists. Goalie Caleb Abney made 10 saves.
CMW wins in OT
C. Milton Wright notched a boys lacrosse victory Wednesday on the road, beating host Northeast-Anne Arundel, 19-18, in overtime. The win moved the Mustangs to 4-1.
Alex Meholic paced the Mustangs with five goals and one assist, while Matt Bollinger netted four goals. Wade Rollins chipped in with three goals and two assists, while Nick Kuzma added three goals and one assist.
Andy Lebrun scored a pair of goals and Max Matthai and Manny Mastromanolis had a goal and assist each. Drew Kissner contributed two assists to the win.
CMW goalies Matt Corn and Ryan Malone made five and one saves respectively.
Hawks stay unbeaten
North Harford improved to 6-0 Wednesday with a 15-12 win at Unionville, Pa.
Joel Linkous had a big day for the Hawks, scoring six times and assisting on three others. Brooks Billings and Max Mullin each scored three goals and John Heaps netted two goals. Austin Ensor also scored once.
Heaps also had two assists, while Billings and Ensor had one assist each. Billings also led the team with four ground balls.
Hawks freshman goalie Cameron Brosh finished with nine saves.
Mullin was seven for 10 in faceoffs and Randy Foster was one for one.
Huskies beat Raiders
Patterson Mill earned a 9-6 win Wednesday afternoon over visiting Loch Raven, improving the Huskies record to 3-1. The game was tied 2-2 at the half.
Chase Wedekind, Brendan Egan and Josh Wilson led the Huskies with two goals each, while Brandon Burris, Chase Tallon and Michael McIntyre had single goals.
Egan also dished out four assists, while Tallon and Deonte Alston had one assist each.
Huskies keeper Jay Kuhn made 11 saves.
Patriots beat Park
John Carroll improved to 3-1 Tuesday afternoon with an 11-7 win over Park School in Baltimore. Sully Gerety had another good game, scoring five goals and assisting on another. Dominic Mezzanotte added four goals and one assist and Eric Riley finished with a goal and assist. Clarke Grube contributed one goal and Ethan McMillan had one assist.
Jack Hinder, Jake Filling, McMillan and Connor Dunn combined for a great job on defense in tight game that was 6-4 at the half.
In goal for the Patriots, Alex Gambrell made four saves in the first half and Jake Miller had six in the second.
Hawks win two in tourney
North Harford picked up two wins Monday at Franklin's Tournament. The Hawks (5-0) opened with a 9-2 win over Franklin and closed with a 18-7 rout of Reservoir.
In the win over Franklin, John Heaps scored three goals to lead the Hawks. Brooks Billings and Randy Foster netted two goals each in the win and Joel Linkous and Andrew Siegel had a goal apiece.
Billings, Linkous and Max Mullin were each credited with assists.
Siegel also had a team-best 10 ground balls and he also won nine of 11 faceoffs. Hawks goalie Cameron Brosh had nine saves.
No stats were available for the win over Reservoir.
Bobcats beat Bulldogs
The Bel Air Bobcats defeated the Southern Bulldogs of Anne Arundel County, 9-5, Monday to even their record at 2-2 before opening county play next week against the Patterson Mill Huskies.
The offensive effort was led by Carson Kalama's three goals and three assists, Parker Jones' two goals and one assist and Joey Creaghan's two goals and one assist. Defender Danny Fleagle aided the offense with one assist as well.
Tucker Lurie (two assists) and Calvin Fleagle (one assist) also had goals, while Danny Fleagle and Mikey Bush each has one assist.
Defensively, freshman goalkeeper Gavin Hanley played strong in the cage. Hanley made nine saves and the defense held the Bulldogs to five goals.
"I was pleased with our effort as we worked extremely hard on ground balls and doing the little things that will make 2012 a successful season," Bel Air coach Scoop Kelly said. "The key is to outwork our opponents and cut down on the little errors as we continue to develop our identity."Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun