In the only boys lacrosse action for Harford teams on Monday, Harford Tech traveled to Franklin for an out-of-conference game.
Tech led 6-5 at halftime, but the Cobras ran out of steam in the final quarter and lost, 12-7.
Tech's offense was guided by Griffin Pfarr's goal and three assists, while Tyler Fullem had two goals and one assist and Nate Haskell had one goal. Steven Mills led the midfield with a pair of goals and an assist and Tom Burley added a goal.
Chris Stallings had 15 saves, eight in the first half.
Cougars win own tourney
Fallston won its own annual Fred Sheckells Memorial Tournament Saturday, beating Hereford, 7-6, in the championship game at Fallston High School. The Cougars' victory ended Hereford's 52-game winning streak against public schools.
Fallston (6-3) outscored Hereford, 5-2 in the second half, after trailing 4-2 at half.
Nick Esser scored three goals and Ben Claffee added two to pace the Cougars. Brendan Nolan and Steven Ernst added single goals, while Wesley Rumple dished out two assists.
Nolan, Esser and Dylan Wolf also had assists.
Jason Ashwood led Hereford with three goals and an assist and Neil Lavietes scored twice. Adam Ceribelli added a goal for the Bulls.
Fallston goalie Liam Wilcox made four saves and Hereford keeper Brock Turnbaugh finished with 11.
In the consolation game, Northern of Calvert County beat Winters Mill, 16-6.
Fallston opened tourney play with an 11-3 win over Winters Mill.
Esser scored five goals to lead Fallston, while Nolan scored two. Ryan Buckler, Rumple, Tommy Kisielnicki and Garrett Krug each had single goals.
Wolf had two assists, while single assists were credited to Buckler, Nolan, Andrew Stump, Rumple and Esser.
Kevin Pixler scored twice for Winters Mill and Tyler Drager scored once. Zane Pusateri added two assists and Austin Hill had one.
Fallston played two goalies, with Wilcox making five saves and Matt Claffee making two. Winters Mill goalie Ben Chase registered 13 saves.
Also in the tournament's first round, Hereford nipped Northern, 6-5, in overtime.
Warriors win CMW tourney
Havre de Grace (7-3) used two overtime victories Saturday to win the C. Milton Wright Memorial Tournament championship.
The Warriors beat the host Mustangs, 7-6, in overtime to take the title game. The Warriors were trailing late when Kyle Barkley scored a game-tying goal, with assist by Colin Dean. The goal came with just :13 left in regulation.
Nick Burley then won the game on a fastbreak in OT. Havre de Grace goalie Jacob Laubner made one of his 15 saves and passed to Brett Wilson, who moved the ball to Joey Stone. Stone drew the CMW defense and passed it to Casey Brown, who passed it down to Burley for a calm finish and the tournament win.
The game was a rematch of an earlier season matchup that Havre de Grace lost, 8-5.
Brown led the Warriors with two goals and three assists, while single goal scorers were Burley, Barkley, Wilson, Spencer Blythe and Chris Parrott.
Dean and Stone had assists.
Parrott led with five ground balls, while Derek Lilly and Wilson had four ground balls each. Kevin Vickery added three ground balls and Sonny Smith finished with two ground balls.
The Warriors opened the tournament with an 8-7 overtime win over River Hill.
Dean scored the game-winner with a no-look shovel shot on the crease to win it. Dean finished with a pair of goals and one assist. Brown added two goals and two assists.
Barkley had a goal and two assists and Burley had a goal and assist. Lilly and Parrott also had goals.
Vickery led with eight ground balls, while Wilson had seven ground balls and Brown had five.
Laubner had 15 saves.
Bobcats go 1-1
Bel Air (7-2) split a pair of games at South River's Tournament on Saturday, beating Stephen Decatur, 15-5, in game two, but falling to St. Mary's Ryken, 11-5, in the opener.
In the win, Tom Pfeiffer scored six goals and assisted on three others, while Calvin Fleagle added four goals and two assists.
Carter Hoffman added two goals, while single goals were scored by Brad Casale, Garrett Utz and Joe Creaghan. Utz, Jack Lewis, Justin Calabrese, Connor Beil and Dave Lotz each had assists.
The Bobcats played three goalies. Gavin Hanley made five saves; Tamar Reese had four and Hanson Egerland had two.
In the loss, Bel Air trailed 5-1 at the half. Fleagle netted three goals and single goals were scored by Utz and Creaghan.
Fleagle, Hunter Jewitt and Casale each had assists.
Hanley finished with 11 saves.
Hawks win at Northeast
North Harford, playing in the winners bracket final on Thursday at Northeast-Anne Arundel County's Spring Tournament, beat host Northeast, 9-8.
Jacob Linkous led the Hawks with three goals, while Evan Siegel scored two. Clayton Hood scored one goal, but it the game winner). Chandler Schmidt, Ryan Feiss and Kyle Keating also scored goals.
Siegel added three assists and single assists were credited to Feiss and Schmidt.
Siegel also had a team-best 11 ground balls.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun