Siegel led the Hawks with seven ground balls and Linkous had four.
Bel Air reached the 3A-4A South championship with a 12-10 win over host and second seed Dulaney. No further stats were provided for the game.
- High School Sports
Harford County Public Schools: High School, 2301 Carrs Mill Rd, Fallston, MD 21047, USA
Harford County Public Schools: Harve De Grace, 700 Congress Ave, Havre de Grace, MD 21078, USA
Bel Air, MD 21014, USA
C. Milton Wright High School, 1301 N Fountain Green Rd, Bel Air, MD 21015, USA
Bulls oust Mustangs
C. Milton Wright saw its season end in 2A-3A North action, losing at top seed Hereford, 15-4.
Andrew Ward, Alex Meholic, Nick Kuzma and Ben Boyd provided the CMW scoring with a goal each. Ward and Andrew Brown each had assists.
Mustangs goalie Matt Corn finished with seven saves.
Boys lacrosse playoffs started Friday, with Havre de Grace, Fallston, Patterson Mill, CMW, North Harford and Bel Air picking up wins to advance.
Warriors beat Cobras
Havre de Grace used a 7-2 fourth quarter scoring advantage Friday to upend host Harford Tech, 14-9, in 1A-2A East boys lacrosse play.
The Warriors led 3-2 after one quarter but the game was tied 5-5 at the half and 7-7 after three quarters.
The Warriors got four goals apiece from Justin Gosnell, Brian Cameron and Connor Haffey, while Brad Davidson and Chris Anderson each had single goals.
Casey Brown and Anderson each contributed two assists, while single assists were credited to Gosnell, Nick Burley, Donald Matts and Cameron.
Tech's scoring was led by Zack Valenti's three goals and Brett Haas netted two goals. Single goal scorers were Tyler Fullem, Dan Ashburn, Zac Taylor and Garrett Selander.
Thomas Burley, Greg Ransone, Haas, Ron Huber and Mike Mentzer each had assists.
Havre de Grace played two goalies with Cameron making five saves and Derek Freels making seven.
Tech goalie Sean Klein finished with 13 saves.
Fallston tops North East
The Fallston boys lacrosse team played its way into the region semifinals Friday, easily beating visiting North East, 19-2, in a Class 1A-2A East quarterfinal.
In Friday's win, Kyle D'Onofrio, Greg Horsham and Jeremy Scranton each scored three goals to pace the Cougars. Zach Wheeler and Garrett Wolf added two goals apiece, while single goals were added by Ryan Bonhoff, Sam D'Onofrio, Robbie Kansler, Tommy Kisielnicki, Jason Lawrence and Luke Ward.