Two field hockey teams went to battle Monday in non-league action and both, North Harford and Bel Air, were winners.
North Harford (9-2) picked up its win at Dulaney, where the Hawks won, 4-1. North Harford led at the half, 2-0.
Sophie Crowther, Kara Parks, Becca Rinaca and Maddy Dolinar each scored goals in the win, while Rinaca and Hannah Kehring had assists.
Liza Slavin accounted for Dulaney's goal.
North Harford goalie Abby Phillips finished with five saves and Dulaney keeper Angela George made four saves.
Bobcats beat Indians
Bel Air (4-5) picked up another non-league win Monday, beating visiting Franklin, 2-1.
Sara Teesdale scored both Bel Air goals, with Jessica Vasquez and Madison Healey each assisting respectively. Bel Air goalie Meghan Mingioni had five saves to earn the win.
C. Milton Wright stays perfect
C Milton Wright (4-0, 9-1) remained perfect in UCBAC Chesapeake Division play Friday with a 4-0 victory over visiting Bo Manor.
Sophomore Sabrina Rhodes opened the scoring less than two minutes into the contest with an assist from Brooke Williams. Fellow sophomore Haley Matthai added a second goal with assist from Jenny Eckert for a 2-0 halftime lead.
Second half goals for CMW were scored by Emily Jachelski with another Eckert assist and Audrey Boroshok scored after a pass from Madie Adams.
CMW's sophomore goalie Sydney Rhodes was credited with two saves in the first half and Nicole Leighty came on to make three saves in the second half.
Hawks beat Bobcats, Friends
North Harford (4-1, 8-2) stayed on the heels of CMW with its 4-0 win over visiting Bel Air (0-4, 3-5) Friday evening in Chesapeake play.
Sophie Crowther, Kara Parks, Becca Rinaca and Maddy Dolinar each had goals for the Hawks.
Maddy Dolinar and Haley Ensor also had assists.
North Harford goalie Abby Phillips recorded one save before Amanda Carter came in, but didn't made any saves. Bel Air keeper Meghan Mingioni had six saves. North Harford led at the half, 1-0.
North Harford also beat Friends, 8-1, Saturday on the road.
Crowther led the scoring with four goals, while Parks added two. Maddy Dolinar and Juliet Dolinar each had single goals.