The Harford Christian Eagles (13-0) wrapped up one of their finest regular seasons in recent memory on Monday afternoon, as they defeated previously unbeaten visitor Carroll Christian, 2-1, for their 13th straight win this year.

Over their 13-game unbeaten streak, the Eagles won 11 straight by shutout, only allowing goals in their season opener and Monday's contest.

Trailing, 1-0, after Carroll Christian scored the game's first goal, the Eagles evened things up in the first half when Ryan Redmond scored with an assist from Seth McCarty.

In the second half, McCarty converted on a penalty kick to give his team the winning margin.

Aberdeen tops Edgewood

The Aberdeen Eagles took the field Thursday afternoon despite persistent rains, and the move paid off, as they beat the Edgewood boys soccer squad, 3-0.

With the win, Aberdeen protected its perfect Susquehanna (lower) Division record, improving to 6-0. The Eagles are 6-3-1 overall for the season.

Edgewood fell to 1-10 overall and 1-5 against Susquehanna Division opponents.

Oscar Fjellander scored two times to lead the Aberdeen offense, while Tyler Green had one goals and dished out two assists. Duane Keller posted one assist.

Owen Smith and Matt Nengel had one save apiece in goal for the Eagles.

Fallston blanks HdG

Also braving the weather on Thursday were Fallston and host Havre de Grace, and the end result of that rain-soaked Chesapeake (upper) Division contest was the Cougars walking away with a 2-0 win over the Warriors.

Fallston (7-0-3 overall, 3-0-2 Chesapeake) saw its two goals scored by Aidon O'Donnel and Chris Grant. Sam Boyd and Jordan Puglisi had one assist each for the Cougars.

Havre de Grace fell to 5-4 overall and 1-3 against upper-division teams.

Tech over Joppa

Harford Tech (5-4 overall, 4-2 Susquehanna) earned a victory in heavy rains on Thursday, handing the Joppatowne Mariners (2-6 overall, 1-4 Susquehanna) a 3-0 loss.

Steve Chapman had one goal and one assist in the victory, while Zach Lassack and Jordan Mike each scored once. Vinnie Iannucci had one assist for the Cobras.

Harford Tech goalie Adam Bednarek had five saves.

Austin Koscan had 13 saves in goal for Joppatowne.

North Harford over Bel Air

The North Harford Hawks (4-2-4 overall, 1-1-3 Chesapeake) picked up their first Chesapeake Division victory of the year, after draws and one loss, by knocking off visiting Bel Air, 1-0, on Thursday.

The game's lone goal was scored by Mic Green, with an assist by Kyle Goodman.