On a slow night in girls lacrosse, Patterson Mill (5-3) picked up a non-division win Monday, beating host Rising Sun (4-5), 17-4.
Kaley Thompson's four goals led 10 Huskies in the scoring column. Katelyn Springer and Kate Lamberti added three goals each and single goals were scored by Regan Rich, Olivia Beil, Ali Chenworth, Elise Alders, Sydney Beck, Maggie Egan and Beth Bruck.
Lamberti also had three assists, while Springer, Beil, Alders and Bruck had one each.
Cobras beat Rams
Harford Tech (5-3) beat host Edgewood (4-4), 14-5, in another non-division game played Monday.
Stats were not provided.
Mustangs drop Cougars
Keeping pace with Bel Air in the UCBAC Chesapeake Division girls lacrosse standings, C. Milton Wright (3-0, 6-3) rolled over visiting Fallston (3-1, 8-2) Friday, winning big, 21-9.
Taylor Marchetti scored five goals and Moriah Snyder added four goals and three assists to pace the Mustangs, who were to play at Bel Air on Tuesday in the game that would likely determine the division champ.
Maria Snee also scored four goals for CMW and Jordan Landsman added a pair. The Mustangs also got single goals from Kristen White, Georgia Beachley, Aubrey Hoover, Laura Will, Jillian Baldwin and Claire Mottley.
In the CMW goal, Ana DiPeso made six saves and Caitlin Haren added two saves.
Warriors beat Indians
Havre de Grace (4-1, 4-5) was a big winner in UCBAC Susquehanna Division play Friday, beating host North East, 18-4.
Ashley Burkhardt scored six goals and assisted on another to lead the Warriors. Rachel Wilson added four goals and an assist and Tailor Diaz finished with three goals.
Shawnee Mahan also had multiple goals, with two, while single goals were scored by Allie Frick (one assist); Toni Grad (two assists); and Alexa Santiago.
Warriors goalie Andrea Cubberley had nine saves.
Bobcats drop Hawks
The Bel Air girls lacrosse team moved to 3-0 in UCBAC Chesapeake Division play with a 14-3 win over host North Harford Thursday evening. The Bobcats (7-2) were up big, 11-1, at half.
Julia Henry scored four goals to lead the Bel Air scoring. Anna Farley, Maggi Hall and Grace Wehland found the nets twice each. Single goals were scored by Lexi Strobel, Caroline Fallace, Keeley McHugh and Jenna Ranney.
Farley and Anna McQuay had two assists apiece, while Henry and Sam Stachowiak had one each.
Maddison Boyko, Casey DiVenti and Brenna Duley scored the Hawks (1-3, 4-7) goals. Duley and Hunter Meisz had assists.
Bel Air goalie Molly Loughlin made four saves, while Hawks keeper Kaliegh Sasdelli had 16 saves.
Huskies beat Cobras
Patterson Mill (2-2, 4-3) was also winner in Chesapeake play, winning at Harford Tech (0-3, 4-3), 14-6, Thursday evening.
Kaley Thompson lit up the nets for seven goals to lead the Huskies. Elise Alders added three goals and single goals were scored by Ali Chenworth, Kate Lamberti, Olivia Beil and Regan Rich.
Beil added two assists and Thompson had one.
Huskies goalie Faith Treptow finished with six saves.
Eagles edge Tigers
Aberdeen (3-2, 4-3) traveled to Rising Sun (4-2, 4-4) Thursday night and came home with an 8-7 Susquehanna victory.
Cassie Price led the Eagles scoring with three goals, while Julianna Costner and Melissa Webster added two goals each. Lea Kilzcewski added a single goal.
Aberdeen goalie Taylor Miller collected 15 saves.