C. Milton Wright won the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference girls lacrosse championship Monday night, easily defeating Harford Tech, 15-1, at James R. Harris Stadium in Havre de Grace.
The championship was the second in three years for the Mustangs, who also won in 2010.
The Mustangs, champions of the Chesapeake (upper) Division, jumped to an 11-0 halftime lead before outscoring the Susquehanna (lower) Division champion Cobras 4-1 in the second half.
CMW dominated possession from the start and finished the contest with a 15-1 edge in draw controls.
With possession, the Mustangs, 10-3 overall, scored 13 straight goals, six before Tech tried to slow things down with a timeout. The break in action seemed to work for a short while, but CMW then scored five goals in seven minutes to close the half.
Renee Landis opened the scoring 1:24 into the game and finished with three goals, while Sara Nolan led the Mustangs scoring with four goals.
Brooke Williams added three goals, while Katie Gallagher scored twice. Sarah Piazza, Alyssa Austen and Lauren O'Mara had a goal each.
Haley Alexander dished out three assists and Abby Smucker had two. Gallagher, Nolan, Abby Fleming and Haley Matthai also had assists.
Becca Williams tallied Tech's (8-2) lone goal with 6:20 left in the game.
Heather McKee made one save in the CMW goal, while Juliet Lloyd made seven saves and Bryana Wyatt made one save in the Tech nets.
"They're a tough team and I felt like the second half, you know 4-1, we really came out a lot stronger," Tech coach Emma Little said. "It's hard on the girls mentally coming in, going from a undefeated division to play with these upper division schools, but I thought they did really well, especially in the second half and they supported each other really well and I'm really proud of them."
Hawks beat Cobras
North Harford (10-4) ended its regular season Friday by beating host Harford Tech, 15-3. The Hawks led 10-2 at the half.
Sierra Sadtler led the Hawks with three goals and one assist, while Kelli Gerding (one assist), Emily Eline (two assists), Brittany Boden (two assists) and Sarah Heaps each had two goals.
Jennifer Doering, Shannon Mansberger, Sophie Crowther and Baily Saneman had one goal apiece and Morgan Knox added two assists.
Haley Knotts, Marisa Braungartand Becca Williams each had a goal for Tech.
Hawks goalie Shelby Morris made two saves and Tech goalie Bryana Wyatt had three saves.
Cougars beat Generals
Fallston (9-4-1) closed out its regular season at home Friday, beating Towson, 19-13, after leading 11-2 at the half.
Fallston was led by Jenna Mosketti's five goals and Sam Nolan's four goals. Paulina Christ added three goals and Lindsay Summers and Heather Summers each had two. Christina Wright, Tori Wagner and Morgan Santiago also had goals.
Nolan also had five assists, while Christ and Heather Summers had two each. Lindsay Summers and Wright added one assist apiece. Fallston goalies Grace Deckert and Jordan Wagner made one and four saves respectively.
Huskies beat Bobcats
Patterson Mill (3-3/4-10) edged visiting Bel Air (3-3/7-7) 9-8 in UCBAC Chesapeake (upper) Division play Friday. The game was tied 4-4 at the half.
Sam Herman led the Huskies with three goals, while Allie Poust and Emily Keesling each had two goals and one assist. Gabby Vujanic and Amy Bednarek also scored a goal each and Brittany Cudmore dished out two assists.
Tori Gryglewski scored twice for Bel Air, as did Brooke Lorber. Cassidy Jones, Shannon Williams, Natalie Decker and Morgan Hollenback also scored goals. Williams, Hollenback and Lorber also had assists.
Patterson Mill goalies Heather Dove and Erin Dent each made two saves. Bel Air goalie Lucy Loughlin made 14 saves.
Eagles beat Mariners
Aberdeen (4-8) also closed out its regular season with a win, nipping host Joppatowne (4-7), 11-10, on Friday. Aberdeen led 7-3 at the half.
Kayla Gardner tossed in six goals to lead the Eagles and Morgan Tildon added two. Djene Diane, Megan Lutrey and Lucy Daghir as had goals.
Rebecca Lewis added three assists and Tildon had one.
Emma McDougall scored four goals to pace Joppatowne and Rodneisha Scott had three goals. Julie Sands and Samantha Soul added a goal each.
Aberdeen goalie Megan Schoenberger had 15 saves and Mariners keeper Felicia Okoye had 13 saves.
Bobcats beat Panthers
Bel Air was the only girls lacrosse team in action Thursday and it was a good day for the Bobcats as they went on the road and beat North Carroll, 15-12, in non-league action.
Hayley Krause led the Bobcats with five goals and Brooke Lorber scored four and assisted on two others.
Cassidy Jones added two goals, while Tori Gryglewski, Connor Hanley, Morgan Hollenback and Shannon Williams each had single goals.
Williams also had two assists and single assists were dished out by Sam Keesey and Jones.
Bel Air goalie Lucy Loughlin had 10 saves.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun