All three classifications in the boys lacrosse state tournament will have Harford County flavor in respective region finals set for Wednesday.

Fallston and Patterson Mill in 1A-2A, North Harford in 2A-3A and Bel Air in 3A-4A were all winners Monday and each will be in action Wednesday.

After its 12-4 win over visiting Towson, North Harford will play for the 2A-3A North title.

Randy Foster and Max Mullin each scored three goals to pace the Hawks (13-1). Andrew Kropkowski and Ryan Feiss added two goals apiece and single goals were scored by Brooks Billings and Brett Hurley.

Billings, Nolan Hood and Kropkowski also had assists.

Foster led with five ground balls, while Andrew Siegel and Feiss had four each.

Hawks goalie Cameron Brosh finished with 11 saves, while Andrew Siegel (seven), Evan Siegel (six) and Mullin (one) were a combined 14-of-19 on faceoffs.

North Harford will host Hereford Wednesday. Game time to be announced.

Bobcats back in finals

Bel Air is back in the region finals after a 14-9 win over the host Franklin Indians on Monday in 3A-4A South action.

The Bobcats (12-3) will play Wednesday at Howard, the same team they defeated at the same level a year ago.

The Bobcats led 4-2 at the end of the first quarter and 8-6 at the half. Franklin fought back and tied the game 9-9 by the end of the third quarter. The Bobcats then outscored the Indians 5-1 in the fourth quarter to secure their second straight regional championship appearance.

"I really felt we played sloppy lacrosse throughout the first three quarters," Bobcats head coach Scoop Kelly said. "Offensively, we were trying to force the ball too much and defensively we weren't very active with cutters. Much like the Dulaney game, we let the game come to us and took advantage of our opportunities in the fourth quarter."

Carson Kalama led the Bel Air scoring with five goals and four assists, while Parker Jones (one assist) and Tom Pfeiffer added four goals each.

Calvin Fleagle chipped in with a goal and two assists and Anthony Sampayo had one assist.

Bobcats goalie Gavin Hanley registered six saves.

"Franklin is a much improved team and give a lot of credit to their staff and players. They had a great year. We are now focusing our efforts on a Howard team that is putting up big offensive numbers and limiting their opponent's offensive opportunities. I expect Wednesday's match up to be a battle," Kelly said.

Cougars crush Tigers

Fallston (12-4) was an easy winner on the road at top seed Rising Sun. The Cougars led 14-0 at the half, en route to a 17-1 victory, in 1A-2A East play.

Fallston was led by Marc Badger and Kyle D'Onofrio as each netted five goals. Wesley Rumple and Jeremy Scranton scored two goals apiece and single goals were tallied by Tommy Kisielnicki, Brant McGuire and Kyle McKeever.