For the second time in three days the Edgewood girls soccer team has turned the UCBAC Chesapeake Division on its head.
Fresh off the Rams stunning win over defending Class 3A state runner-up C. Milton Wright on Monday, Edgewood was back on the field Wednesday at defending 2A state runner-up Fallston.
Edgewood (2-0 league, 6-0 overall) scored three first half goals and added another in the second for a 4-0 win over the Cougars (0-2, 2-4).
Isabella Barbieri was the scoring star, netting three goals and assisting on the other goal scored by Melanie Parncutt. Ladae Boykin, Megan Poniatowski and Parncutt had assists.
Edgewood goalie Nasia Denegal recorded the shutout with 17saves, while Fallston goalie Kayla Reilly made 11 saves.
Bobcats blank Hawks
Bel Air (2-0, 5-0) kept pace with Edgewood in Chesapeake play with a 4-0 win at North Harford (0-1, 4-2-1) Wednesday night.
Jaimie Layfield, Kayla Klock, Jordan Layfield and Gabby Encarnacion each tallied goals. Encarnacion, Brooke Tauber and Juliana Portera had assists.
Bel Air goalie Andrea Sipos made four saves and North Harford keeper Emilia Ferrara had six saves.
Mustangs blank Tigers
C. Milton Wright (1-1, 3-2) rebounded from Monday's loss to beat host Rising Sun, 3-0, in Chesapeake play Wednesday. The game was scoreless at the half.
CMW goals were scored by Julia O'Mara, Emily Blair and Angela Kuhn. Alyssa Austen added one assist.
Cobras top Mariners
Joppatowne (0-2, 0-5) played like a team on a mission, according to Harford Tech head coach Matt Berg, whose Cobras were held to a goal in each half Wednesday in Tech's 2-0 Susquehanna win at Joppatowne.
Tech's (2-0, 4-1-1) goals, both unassisted, were scored by Sarah North and Kersten O'Brien.
Joppatowne keeper Caitlin Meurer finished with 11 saves and Tech's keepers, Julie Ransone and Bryana Weston-Wyatt, finished with one save.
Panthers beat Warriors
Cross-river rivals met on the soccer field Wednesday in Perryville, where the Havre de Grace Warriors made a visit to play the Panthers in an UCBAC non-division game.
Perryville senior captain Sam Leonard scored four goals, two in each half, to lead the Panthers to a 5-3 win. The Panthers (1-0 league, 3-2 overall) led 3-1 at the half.
Havre de Grace (1-0, 2-2) battled back to knot the game at 3-3, but the Panthers added two goals in the final 13 minutes. Rachel Rossi, Lauren Herrington and Allison Lewis tallied goals for the Warriors. Herrington added two assists and Colleen Ridings had one.
Tori Antoshak had Perryville's other goal, assisted by Sam Koons.
Panthers keeper Courtney Comer made eight saves and Warriors goalie Riley Arnold had nine saves.
Eagles still winless
Aberdeen (0-2, 0-7) is still winless after visiting and losing at Bo Manor on Wednesday, 3-2, in Susquehanna play.
Julia Sanders and Sarah Tyc scored goals, both assisted by Faith Edmonson. Goalie Elena League had six saves.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun