The Bel Air boys lacrosse team cruised to a win over Monday, limiting host Loch Raven to just three second-half goals en route to a 16-3 victory.
Bel Air led, 11-0, at halftime.
Tom Pfeiffer led the Bobcats in scoring with a five-goal performance; he also dished out two assists. Calvin Fleagle scored four times and dished out a team-high four assists.
The Joppatowne Mariners lost, 17-4, on the road Saturday to a team from Dover, Del.
Austin Kocsan scored twice for the Mariners, while Tyler Saunders and Chumani Johnson each had one goal.
North Harford over Aberdeen
The North Harford Hawks beat host Aberdeen, 12-5, on Friday.
Kyle Keating led the North Harford charge, scoring a hat trick and dishing out a team-high three assists.
Glenn Doering scored three goals and had one assist , Clayton Hood had three goals, Mic Green netted one goal and had one assist and Ryan Feiss and Brett Hurley each had a goal and an assist.
Aberdeen's Kyle Peters had three goals and one assist. Ethan Mauzy had one goal and a team-best four assists. Jon Jones had one goal.
North Harford's Cameron Brosh had nine saves in goal, and Aberdeen keeper Luke Whittie had 19 saves.
John Carroll over St. John's
John Carroll earned a 6-4 victory over visiting St. John's Friday. The teams were tied at 2 at halftime.
Carson Walton had three goals for the Patriots, while Michael Thompson had two. John Carroll freshman Bradley Hubbard scored the first goal of his varsity career.
John Carroll goalie Dean LaPonzina had 15 saves.
Fallston tops North East
The Fallston Cougars rallied for an 11-4 win over the North East Indians Friday.
The game, originally slated to be played at North East, was switched to the Fallston Recreation Center.
Fallston's Brendan Nolan had five goals, Ben Claffe and Wes Rumple each scored two goals. Tommy Kisielnicki and Steven Ernst each had one.
Kisielnicki and Ryan Buckler each had a pair of assists, while Andrew Stump, Brent McGuire and Dylan Wolf all had one assist.
Fallston's Liam Wilcox posted five saves in goal.
Tech tops Edgewood
The Harford Tech Cobras cruised to a 22-8 road win over the Edgewood Rams Friday.
Tyler Fullem led the Harford Tech charge, scoring nine goals and dishing out one assist. Nathan Haskell had three goals and seven assists in the victory, while Griffin Pffar posted two goals and two assists. Thomas Burley contributed three goals and two assists, while James Butler, Nick Letts, Vince Belcastro, Steven Mills and Austin Bulger all scored once for the Cobras.
Edgewood's Joe Ludwig scored four goals to lead his team, while Shawn Kluchinsky had one goal and two assists. Ryan Stiemly netted one goal in the loss.
Harford Tech goalies Chris Stallings and Adam Smith collected eight and seven saves, respectively.