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UCBAC field hockey titles up for grabs on Wednesday

Randy McRoberts
Contact Reporterrmcroberts@baltsun.com

Field hockey teams from North Harford and C. Milton Wright each got in one final tuneup Monday in advance of Wednesday‘s game that will determine this year’s UCBAC Chesapeake Division champion.

Wednesday’s big game is set for 5 p.m. at CMW.

On Monday, undefeated CMW (4-0, 10-0) stayed in the division and edged host Bel Air (1-3, 2-8), 1-0, in overtime.

Taylor Marchetti scored the game-winning goal.

For Bel Air, the defense of Hailey Colt, Tori Mumm, Annika Egerland and Peyton Hale helped goalie Chelsea Gostomski (nine saves) fend off the potent CMW offense.

North Harford (4-0, 7-4), meanwhile, was playing out of league, but hosting perennially tough Hereford.

The Hawks, on their ‘Senior Night’ beat the Bullas, 1-0.

Sarah Burton scored the game’s lone goal in the first half of play with an assist from Anna Racine.

North Harford goalie Skylar Limpert had a huge game with 20 saves. Hereford goalie Camryn Kelbaugh made five saves.

The Hawks defense was big in the win, denying Hereford’s 19 penalty corners to secure the victory.

Eagles blank Warriors

Aberdeen (5-0, 7-1-1) moved a step closer to the Susquehanna Division title. The Eagles beat visiting Havre de Grace (1-3, 2-6), 7-0, on Wednesday.

Warriors goalie Tori Jacobs had 10 saves. Aberdeen stats were not provided.

The Eagles will host Perryville (5-0, 5-3) Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. to decide the division champ.

Cobras beat Mariners

Harford Tech (3-2, 4-3) won 7-0 at Joppatowne (0-5, 0-7) on Wednesday in Susquehanna play.

The Mariners were celebrating ‘Think Pink Night.’

Kayla Jones scored three goals for Tech in the win.

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