The Bel Air girls lacrosse team got goals from nine different players Monday afternoon, en route to a 17-3 win over host Edgewood.
Rebekah Riley and Emily McQuay were among the scoring leaders with three goals, while Anna Farley, Shannon Williams, Gabby Hall and Cassidy Jones each scored two for the Bobcats who led 7-2 at the half.
Caitlin Rankin scored a pair of goals for Edgewood; twin sister Alyssa Rankin had the other.
Lucy Loughlin had three saves for Bel Air, and Savannah Kerr made seven saves for the Rams.
Patriots beat Mustangs in 4 OT
In what C. Milton Wright coach Brent Ritz says was "a battle from the first whistle," visiting John Carroll needed four overtimes to slide past the Mustangs, 12-11, Monday night.
"We turned the ball over too often and gave a good team a lot of extra opportunities," Rotz said.
The Patriots controlled position and maintained a lead the majority of the game.
"They really eat up time on the clock with a soft stall and we had to match that with a heavy pressure defense the majority of the game," Ritz said.
The Mustangs were able to get a turnover and tie the game, with 33 seconds left in regulation, on a goal by Maggie Gallagher assisted by Lauren Haggerty.
Both teams scored goals in the first overtime session. Then it was a goal by Kara Klages in the fourth OT to the top right corner that gave John Carroll the win.
"Haley Kyger and goalie Katy Sharretts of John Carroll played extremely well in crunch time and really were the difference-makers in the end," Ritz said.
Alyssa Lazaro led the Patriots with five goals and Klages finished with three goals. Meredith Haggerty added two goals for John Carroll.
Maggie Gallagher was a major factor for CMW, recording three goals, one assist, three ground balls, five caused turnovers and six draw controls. Lauren Haggerty (two assists) and Haley Matthai added two goals for CMW.
Sharretts finished with 11 saves for John Carroll. Katelyn Miller made nine saves for CMW.
Warriors beat Panthers
Havre de Grace took Monday night's Susquehanna River battle with visiting Perryville, winning 20-11.
Lauren Herrington scored six times and assisted on two other goals to lead the Warriors. Carly Thompson added five goals and one assist, while Maddi Cypher and Taylor Johnson also had multiple goals with two apiece.
Johnson added eight draw controls, while Haley Dean, Lexi Gast and Thompson each had three ground balls. Warriors goalie Lauren Butler had five saves.
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