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C. Milton Wright finishes girls lacrosse division play perfect

The Harford County girls high school lacrosse regular season is coming to an end, and the region playoffs are set to get under way next week.

In the lone Wednesday action, C. Milton Wright (6-0 league, 12-1 overall) was able to finish the UCBAC Chesapeake Division perfect after a 15-4 league win at Havre de Grace (1-5 league, 6-6 overall).

Maggie Gallagher paced the Mustangs with five goals, while Abby Smucker and Renee Landis each scored two goals. Kaitlan Moynihan, Brooke Williams, Katie Burgee, Haley Alexander, Haley Matthai and Ida Ehrhardt each had single goals.

Havre de Grace got two goals from Haley Dean and one each from Margaret Stump and Maddi Cypher.

Moynihan added five assists for CMW and Williams had three. Smucker added two assists, while Burgee, Matthai and Alyssa Austen had one each.

Taylor Johnson had Havre de Grace's only assist.

CMW goalie Alexis Strouse made three saves and Warriors goalie Abbie Blessing made six saves.

CMW led 11-1 at the half.

Cougars highlight Tuesday play

Several teams were in action Tuesday, highlighted by Fallston's easy win over visiting Aberdeen in non-division action.

The Cougars (7-6 overall) jumped out to an 11-1 first half lead and cruised to the 17-2 win. The loss dropped Aberdeen to 3-8 overall.

Kayla Reilly led the Cougars offense with four goals and three assists. Caroline English added three goals and two assists, while Rachal Barile, Megan Shock and Lindsay Summers each had two goals and two assists.

Ashley Mozingo, Emily Scranton, Katie Donhauser and Becky Street also scored for Fallston. Logan Gasior and Mozingo had one assist each.

Kayla Gardner scored both Aberdeen goals unassisted.

Fallston goalie Erika Wright finished with four saves and Aberdeen keeper Stacey Wardenfelt made seven.

Hawks edge St. Paul's

North Harford went completely out of the league Tuesday, hosting and nipping St. Paul's, 12-11. The Hawks (8-2 overall) trailed 8-6 at the half.

Leah Monticello scored four goals to pace the Hawks, while Morgan Knox tallied three goals and Emily Clark added two goals and two assists.

Katie Clark, Sophie Crowther and Maddy Dolinar each scored one goal and Julia Schrof dished out three assists.

Hawks goalie Haley Ensor made seven saves.

Huskies beat Cobras

Patterson Mill and Harford Tech also met in a non-division game on the Cobras' turf. The Huskies (5-7 overall) led 8-4 at the half and went on to win, 17-8. The Cobras slipped to 8-2.

Gabby Vujanic had the hot scoring hand for the winners, tossing in six goals and assisting on another. Sam Herman was hot as well, scoring five times.

Mariel Castronova and Sarah Alders scored two goals apiece, while Allie Poust scored a single goal, but more importantly, dealt teammates eight assists.

Brittie Andrews also scored for the Huskies and EJ Karwatka had two assists.

Gabby Spalt led Tech with three goals and Megan Campbell netted a pair. Becca Williams, Rachael Raspe and Amanda Weir had single goals and Tori Arcilesi had the Cobras only assist.

Patterson Mill goalie Erin Dent made 12 saves, while Tech keeper Bryana Weston-Wyatt had eight.

Warriors beat Rams

Havre de Grace and host Edgewood also played a non-division contest Tuesday night, with the Warriors winning 15-12. The game was knotted 7-7 at the half.

Colleen McCormick paced the Warriors (6-5 overall) with four goals and one assist, while Margaret Stump tallied three goals and two assists. Haley Dean, Katie Thompson and Lauren Herrington each scored two goals.

Taylor Johnson and Maddi Cypher (one assist) also scored for Havre de Grace, while Carly Thompson, Brianna Haffey and Kara Neiberlein each had assists.

Johnson added a team-best nine draw controls and four ground balls. Helen Boniface and Stump each caused four turnovers and Warriors goalie Abbie Blessing made 10 saves.

Edgewood (7-4 overall) stats were not provided.

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