Patterson Mill remained unbeaten on the girls soccer field, hosting and beating Towson Monday, 3-0.
The Huskies (4-0) got goals from three different players: Ramona Schueler, Gabby Samra and Jenna Staton.
Schueler also dished out two assists, while Morgan Webster was credited with one.
Huskies keeper Stephanie Ehly recorded five saves and Towson goalie Katie Flores had 12 saves.
Bobcats shut out
Bel Air (0-2) lost its second non-league game, the latest was Monday evening at home. Archbishop Spalding scored five times in the second half en route to a 6-0 beating of the Bobcats.
Bel Air goalie Leah Lozzi had a busy night, making 16 saves.
Hawks win Cobra Kickoff tourney
North Harford won two games by virtue of shootouts to capture the title at the 2012 Cobra Kickoff Womens Soccer Tournament at Harford Tech on Saturday.
In first round action, North Harford defeated Edgewood, 3-2, in a penalty kick shootout following a scoreless tie in regulation. North Harford goalkeeper Haley Jacobs had 10 saves. Nasia Denegal had 19 saves for the Rams.
In the well played championship game against host Tech, North Harford took a 1-0 lead midway through the first half on a direct kick goal by Ivy Chlan. Tech, however, scored in the final seconds of regulation on a corner kick goal by Dana Waskiewicz from Sarah North. North Harford quickly regrouped to win the following shootout 3-1. Again it was Chlan who provided the winner. Jacobs had eight saves for the Hawks while Julie Ransone had 15 for the Cobras.
Tech reached the final by beating Aberdeen, 3-2, in the first round. The Cobras got goals from North, Waskiewicz and Becca Williams. North and Waskiewicz also had assists. Keeper Ransone had five saves.
Morgan Tildon and Leah Hardin scored for Aberdeen with assists by Anna Benko, Becca Lewis and Hunter Woods. Aberdeen goalie Lisa Eller made 15 saves.
In the consolation game, Aberdeen beat Edgewood, 4-1. Faith Edmondson scored three times for the Eagles and Hardin scored once. Lewis had two assists, while Hardin, Kiera Young and Katie Sanderson each had one. Goalie Eller had nine saves.
Mustangs are 3-0
C. Milton Wright played at St. Paul's Friday and won, 3-0. All goals were scored in the second half.
Megan Frailer netted two goals and Kathy Kammerer had one. Sara Piazza and Liz Burgee were credited with assists.
CMW keeper Stacy Venanzi recorded three saves.
Cougars blank Kenwood
The Fallston Cougars girls soccer team won its second game in as many days Friday, venturing to Kenwood in Baltimore County and leaving with a 3-0 win. The Cougars are 3-0.
Brooke Nigrin led the win with a pair of goals and one assist. Sierra Taylor added the other goal and also had one assist.
Cougars goalie Kayla Reilly finished with five saves.
John Carroll edges Bel Air
John Carroll evened its girls soccer record at 1-1 Thursday afternoon, beating visiting Bel Air, 3-1, in a come-from-behind victory.
Bel Air had taken a 1-0 lead into the second half on a Taylor Hensley unassisted goal in the first half, but John Carroll posted three unanswered goals in the final 40 minutes to post the win.
Sophie Centi, Meredith Haggerty and Nicole Wojcik each netted goals for the Patriots.
Patriots goalie Katie Cooper had six saves in the win and Bel Air keeper Karlie Scherba finished with 16 saves. Thursday's game was the first for Bel Air this season.
Cougars crush Elks
Fallston made 2-for-2 in the win column Thursday with a easy victory over visiting Elkton, 10-0.
The Cougars spread the scoring around, getting one goal each from 10 players.
Scoring were Kayla Reilly, Brooke Nigrin, Caroline English, Erin Propheter, Lauren Woollen, Sierra Taylor, Marissa Walker, Skylar Body, Courtney Epstein and Beth Walton.
Indians trip Eagles
Aberdeen also played its first game of 2012 Thursday, traveling to North East where the Eagles and new coach Tara Larkin were facing former Eagles coach Matt Roberts. Roberts, in his first season with North East, guided the Indians past the Eagles, 2-1.
Faith Edmonson scored the lone goal for the Eagles, who led 1-0 at the half. Liz Fitch and Becca Lewis were both credited with assists on the goal.
Aberdeen goalie Lisa Eller recorded three saves.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun