In that round, Fallston picked up 11 points, while Bel Air got none, setting up the exciting finish in the championship finals.
"We knew we had to wrestle tough and we had four kids come through the consolations and place and that helped us a lot," Amasia said. "It's a big win for us."
Fallston's Joe Medicus was the lone Cougar to fall short in the finals, but his matchup at 120 in Perryville's Chris Brown was as tough as any. The undefeated Brown scored five early points and then reversed and pinned Medicus in 2:41.
The Cougars also had two thirds from Colin McDonald at 106 and Garrett Coburn at 145, while equally important were fifths won by Eric Baranoski at 113 and Will Shipley at 138.
Bel Air's other finalist was David Reagan at 106. Reagan was controlled from the start by Rising Sun's Joey Juergens, who pinned Reagan in 3:19.
The Bobcats also had two wrestlers place fourth and four place sixth.
Harford wrestlers did boast three more titles. Aberdeen's Travis Hubler won the 126 bout, beating Patterson Mill's Jake Nikkila, 7-3.
Ben Swanson of C. Milton Wright was dominant at 145, jumping ahead 5-0 before pinning Bo Manor's Ryan Statler in 3:24.
Patterson Mill's Eric Eckstein also won, using a takedown in the final 10 seconds to win, 4-3, over North East's Tyere Garner.
Another pair of Harford finalists lost. Chris Banko of Aberdeen dropped a 13-0 major decision to Jake Trybus of Bo Manor at 138, while North Harford's Logan Smith fell 12-5 to Anthony Cimorosi of Rising Sun at 160.
Just like last year's team finish, Rising Sun was third with 150 points. Patterson Mill was fourth with 147 and Bo Manor rounded out the top five with 135.5.
The rest of the scoring was Aberdeen, 126; C. Milton Wright, 118.5; Perryville, 95; North Harford, 84.5; Edgewood, 60; North East, 59; Elkton, 50; Harford Tech, 48; Joppatowne, 48; and Havre de Grace, 23.