The Havre de Grace boys lacrosse team continued to post wins Wednesday, visiting and beating Joppatowne, 14-9, in non-division play.
The Warriors (8-3) found themselves in a battle at half, tied at 6. Havre de Grace trailed, 8-7, after three quarters, but rallied to pull out the win.
Casey Brown had the hot hand for Havre de Grace, scoring four goals and dishing out five assists. Colin Dean added three goals and four assists, while Nick Burley and Kyle Barkley each finished with two goals and one assist.
Connor Haffey added a goal and assist and single goals were also scored by Chris Parrott and Spencer Blythe.
Brett Wilson had a team-best five ground balls, while Parrott and Dean had four ground balls each.
Brown, Derek Lilly, Shawn Cardwell and Kevin Vickery each had two ground balls and Trent Reynolds had one.
Havre de Grace goalie Jacob Laubner finished with 10 saves.
Stats were not provided by Joppatowne.
Mustangs drop Gators
C. Milton Wright was also a winner Wednesday, beating host Perry Hall, 16-3, in non-league action. The Mustangs (4-6) led big at half, 10-1.
Brad Martin scored three goals to pace the Mustangs, who got two goals each from Manny Mastromanolis, Michael Logan and Dominic Venanzi.
Adding single goals were Nick Kramer, Andrew Mastromanolis, Kenneth Watts, Steven Cantor, Robert Elliott, Ethan Diven and Zach Johnson.
The Mustangs also had single assists from Jacob Smucker, Andrew Mastromanolis, Manny Mastromanolis, Elliott, Nathan Ehrhardt and Johnson.
The Mustangs played two goalies, with Phillip Venanzi making five saves and Mark Mayne making two.
Hawks beat Cobras
North Harford defeated host Harford Tech Wednesday, 13-9, in non-division action.
Clayton Hood and Chandler Schmidt scored three goals apiece to lead the Hawks (5-5). Ryan Feiss and Mic Green added two goals each, while Evan Siegel, Kyle Keating and Neal Johnson scored single goals.
Siegel, Feiss and Schmidt added two assists each and Johnson and Will Duley also had assists.
Tyler Fullem scored five goals to pace the Cobras (4-5). Griffin Pfarr, Steven Mills, James Butler and Brett Grube each scored once.
Fullem added two assists with other assists coming from Nate Haskell and Mills.
Siegel led North Harford with nine ground balls and Green had six. Mills had nine ground balls for Tech and Nick Letts had five.
North Harford goalie Cameron Brosh had eight saves and Tech keeper Chris Stallings had 16.
A handful of boys lacrosse teams were back in action Tuesday, fresh off the Easter holiday break.
Patterson Mill (5-4) was among them and the Huskies returned to the field with a 5-3 win at Old Mill in a non-league game.
The game was stopped with 10:07 remaining in the fourth quarter because of a lightning storm. Both coaches and athletic directors agreed the game was completed and considered the score final, according to Huskies head coach and AD Jason Bellamy.
Freshman Drew Novad and senior Michael Dinatale scored two goals apiece to lead the winners. Chase Tallon scored the other Paterson Mill goal. Novad also added one assist; other assists were dished out by Brandon Fabiano, Rodney Duty and Sean Chenworth.
Patterson Mill goalie Will Urban was credited with 14 saves. Patterson Mill led 3-2 at the half.
Tigers top Eagles
Aberdeen wasn't as fortunate in its non-division game with visiting Rising Sun. The Tigers won, 11-8.
Keenan Villareal led the Eagles (5-4) with three goals, while Jon Jones added two goals and three assists.
Kyle Peters finished with a goal and three assists and single goals were scored by Ethan Mauzy and Matt Merchant.
Aberdeen goalie Luke Whittie made 18 saves.
Bel Air's game with visiting Catonsville was stopped in the second quarter by bad weather with the Bobcats (7-2) leading, 4-0. The game was to resume Thursday.
Patriots beat Friends
John Carroll (5-3) beat visiting Friends, 15-7, on Tuesday.
Carson Walton had four goals and two assists and John Perry had three goals. Bradley Hubbard added three assists.
The Patriots had strong defense from Adam Mrowiec, Mike Imbierowicz, JP LaPonzina, Brad Smith and goalie Dean LaPonzina, according to head coach Matt Blair.