The North Harford Hawks boys lacrosse team edged visiting North East on Monday, 7-6, in UCBAC play.

Mic Green and Glenn Doering scored two goals each to pace the Hawks, who also got single goals from Evan Siegel, Will Duley and Neal Johnson.

Ryan Feiss, Kyle Keating and Chandler Schmidt each had assists. Feiss had a team-best five ground balls.

Hawks goalie Cameron Brosh made eight saves. Siegel won seven of 13 faceoffs.

Warriors top Panthers

Havre de Grace was also Monday winner, beating cross-river rival and host Perryville, 12-9.

Casey Brown had a huge game, scoring five goals and adding four assists and four ground balls. All were team highs.

Kyle Barkley finished with three goals and an assist and Colin Dean added two goals. Nick Burley and Shawn Cardwell each had a goal and assist and Joey Stone had one assist.

The Warriors defensive trio of Brett Wilson, Kevin Vickery and Derek Lilly had four ground balls each. Winning goalie Jacob Laubner made 10 saves.

Cobras win third

Harford Tech won its third game of the season Saturday, 8-4, over Eastern Tech in a non-conference, soggy contest at CCBC Essex.

The Cobras were led offensively by Tyler Fullem's four goals and one assist. Griffin Pfarr added a goal and Nathan Haskell had two assists from the attack position. 

Tech dominated at the midfield with Steven Mills, (4-of-5 on faceoffs) scoring a goal and grabbing five ground balls. James Butler added a goal and assist, and Tom Burley was two of five on faceoffs with one goal.

The Cobra defense was led by Trevor Crehan with two takeaways, one assist and two ground balls. Andrew Valenti and James Holcomb each had two takeaways and Tech goalie Chris Stallings had an outstanding performance between the pipes with 14 saves.

Leopards claw Hawks

North Harford hosted Smithsburg Saturday in the rain and dropped the non-league contest, 8-5.

Evan Siegel and Glenn Doering paced the Hawks with two goals each, while Kyle Keating netted a single goal.

Ryan Feiss and Siegel added assists.

Siegel also had a team-high 11 ground balls and Jack Schroff added five.

Josh Thomas and Garrett Brenk scored two goals apiece to lead Smithsburg.