The Bel Air boys soccer squad (3-3 overall, 1-0 Chesapeake) suffered a 3-0 defeat at the hands of visiting Reservoir Monday night.
The Bobcats held their guests scoreless in the opening half, but then surrendered three goals after the halftime break.
The Bobcats won their Friday-night home game with the Havre de Grace Warriors, 4-0.
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Leading the Bobcats in the Friday victory was Carson Kalama, who netted three goals for the hat trick.
Nat Hand scored once and dished out one assist for Bel Air.
In his first shutout of the season, Bel Air goalie Ryan Han posted one save.
With the loss, Havre de Grace fell to 2-2 overall, and 0-1 in Chesapeake (upper) Division play.
Harford Christian wins twice
The Harford Christian Eagles improved to 4-2 for the season on Saturday with a 7-0 road win over the Carroll Christian team.
Seth McCarty scored three times and dished out two assists in the victory, while teammate John Wilson also scored a pair of goals, and was credited with one assist. Paul Franco and Ryan Redmond each scored once for the Eagles.
Harford Christian picked up its second double-digit, shutout victory in a row on Thursday, defeating the visiting Calvary Baptist squad, 12-0.
Wilson led the Eagles' offense, scoring two goals and handing out a pair of assists.
McCarty scored twice and had one assist for the Eagles, while teammate Alex Caldwell had a pair of goals. Franco netted one goal and dished out two assists in the victory, while fellow Eagles Ian Edwards and James Howell both had one goal and one assist. Luke Fletcher, Ben Weaver and Zach Schreiber all scored once for Harford Christian, while Tim Guertler and Redmond were each credited with one assist.
Harford Christian led, 6-0, at the halftime break.
Cobras beat Bo Manor
The Harford Tech Cobras (2-2 overall, 1-0 Susquehanna) picked up a boys soccer victory on the road Thursday, beating host Bo Manor, 2-0.
Leading the way for the Cobras was Greg Ransone, who scored once and dished out one assist.
Nathan Haskell scored once goal in the victory, while Justin Morris was credited with one assist.
Harford Tech goalie Adam Bednarek posted three saves.
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