Zack Esser and Kansler had two assists each, while single assists were credited to Marc Badger, Austin Braerman, Kyle D'Onofrio, Brenden Nolan and Scranton.

Fallston, which led 10-0 at the half, played two goalies. Mark Wollenweber had five saves and Lucas Crofton had one save.

Huskies beat Southern-AA

Patterson Mill moved on in 1A–2A North action on a 12-5 win visiting Southern-AA on Friday. The Huskies led at the half, 9-3.


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Josh Wilson and Deonte Alston each scored three goals to guide the Huskies, while Chase Tallon added two goals. Chase Wedekind, Sam Caretti, Mike McIntyre and Brandon Burris also had goals.

Wedekind dished out three assists, while Brendan Egan, Wilson and Caretti all had two assists.

Patterson Mill goalie Jay Kuhn recorded nine saves.

Mustangs beat Eagles

C. Milton Wright also advanced in 2A-3A North action Friday, beating visiting Aberdeen, 18-3.

Alex Meholic scored four goals and assisted on another to lead 11 CMW goal scorers. Andrew Ward added three goals and two assists, while Christian Cox had two goals and two assists and Andrew Brown had two goals.

Scoring single goals were Alex Kleinberg, Garrett Barker, Matt Bollinger, Andy LeBrun, Wade Rollins, John Amos and Chad Roszko.

LeBrun, Rollins, Paul Mirabile, David McGuirk and Ben Boyd also had assists. Mustangs goalie Matt Corn made six saves.

Hawks beat Rams

North Harford moved on in 2A-3A North with a 14-0 win over visiting Edgewood.

Joel Linkous scored three goals to lead the Hawks and Ryan Warren scored two. Single goals were scored by Brooks Billings, John Heaps, Andrew Siegel, Max Mullin, Ryan Latgis, Andrew Kropkowski, Brett Hurley, David Cordell and Ryan Fiess.

Linkous also had two assists, while Billings, Randy Foster, Mullin and Josh Scholz each had one assist.

Siegel led with five ground balls and was also 6-for-6 on faceoffs. Mullin was 5-for-6 in faceoffs and Linkous, 3-for-3.

North Harford goalies Cameron Brosh and Matt Geodeke had no saves.

Other score

In another quarterfinal game played Friday, Bel Air beat host Kenwood, 17-1, in 3A-4A South play. No other stats were provided.