North Harford and visiting Harford Tech opened their boys lacrosse seasons Friday night in Pylesville with North Harford cruising to a 19-3 win.
Max Mullin and Andrew Siegel led the high scoring Hawks with four goals apiece. Brooks Billings and Andrew Kropkowski each netted three goals and Will Duley scored twice.
Single goals were scored by Randy Foster, Kyle Six and David Cordell.
Mullin added three assists and single assists were credited to Andrew Siegel, Brett Hurley and Evan Siegel.
Andrew Siegel led the Hawks with nine ground balls, while Foster had five and Evan Siegel had three.
The Hawks played two goalies with Cameron Brosh making four saves and Matt Goedeke making one.
Andrew Siegel won 11-of-13 face-offs.
Huskies open with win in 4 OT's
Patterson Mill played host to Winters Mill Friday in a game played at Johns Hopkins University's Homewood Field in Baltimore.
The teams played well past regulation time and needed four overtime periods before Patterson Mill claimed victory, 7-6.
Josh Wilson scored three goals to pace the Huskies and Sam Caretti scored two. Chase Tallon and Michael Dinatale added single goals. Caretti also had both Patterson Mill assists.
Patterson Mill goalie Will Urban finished with 13 saves. The game was tied 1-1 at the half.
Patriots gets second win
John Carroll collected its second win of the season Friday, beating host Glenelg Country School, 10-8.
Sully Gerety led the Patriots with four goals. Michael Thomson and Eric Riley also scored multiple goals with three and two, respectively.
Ethan McMillan was a standout on defense, according to Patriots Head Coach Matt Blair, and goalie Alex Gambrell had 15 saves.
Aberdeen's OT win highlight's Thursday's action
The boys lacrosse season opened with a bang in Aberdeen Thursday night where the host Eagles invited nearby rival Havre de Grace to town for a season opening game.
The teams needed overtime to settle the outcome, a 12-11 Aberdeen win.
Aberdeen trailed 3-1 early, but battled back to tie the game 3-3. The score went back and forth for much of the game with Aberdeen taking an 11-8 lead late in the fourth quarter. Havre de Grace rallied to tie it at 11-11 with one minute remaining. Aberdeen junior attackman, Kyle Peters, then scored the game winning goal in the first overtime.
Peters finished with three goals and two assists, as did Blaise Curtis, a senior attackman.
Sophomore Ethan Mauzy led the Eagles with four goals, while Justin Howard and Chumani Johnson also scored goals for Aberdeen.
Aberdeen freshman goalie Luke Whittie recorded 13 saves in his first high school start and junior long stick midfielder Eric Whittie and senior close defenseman Kory Sampson were outstanding on defense for the Eagles, according to Eagles Head Coach Hinson White.
Edgewood drops opener
Edgewood opened its season at home Thursday, but came up on the short end of an 13-3 score, losing to Perry Hall.
Shawn Kluchinsky scored two of Edgewood's goals and Dan Gorski had the other goal.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun