The C. Milton Wright boys lacrosse team made the most of hosting its own tournament Saturday, beating City College and Middletown to claim the title.
The Mustangs opened with a easy win over City, rolling to a 19-3 victory. The lead was 9-2 at the half.
Leading the scoring, Alex Meholic and Paul Mirable each netted four goals, while Nick Kramer and Ian Ziemski each finished with two goals. Single goals were scored by Andy LeBrun, Ben Boyd, John Amos, Robert Elliott, Austin Carlevaro, David Ray and Manny Mastromanolis.
LeBrun led in assists with three, while two assists apiece were dished out by Amos, Ray, Ziemski and Meholic. Dealing out one assist each were Boyd, Andrew Brown, Drew Kissner, Kramer and Carlevaro.
CMW goalie Ryan Malone recorded six saves.
The final with Middletown was much closer with the Mustangs edging the Knights, 7-6.
Boyd and Meholic led the scoring with two each, while Alex Kleinberg, Mirable and Kramer each tallied single goals.
Meholic, Kleinberg and Kissner had two assists apiece and Mirable added one assist. Malone made seven saves.
The Mustangs led at the half, 4-3.
Hawks beat Reservoir, Curley
North Harford was a winner at the Franklin High School Spring Tournament on Saturday, beating Reservoir, 13-9.
Max Mullin lit up the nets for six goals to pace the Hawks, while Randy Foster found the nets three times. Andrew Siegel and Nolan Hood closed out the scoring with two goals each.
Brooks Billings had three assists and Foster had one.
Andrew Siegel also led in ground balls, 12, and face offs, 17-of-25.
North Harford also beat visiting Curley, 11-9, in a Monday contest.
Mullin led the Hawks with four goals, while Billings, Foster and Hood netted two goals apiece. Andrew Kropkowski also had a goal.
Mullin added two assists and Billings had one.
Hawks goalie Cameron Brosh made three saves.
Cougars are second
Fallston finished a runner-up in its own annual Fred Sheckells Memorial Tournament on Saturday, falling to Hereford, 12-4, in the finals. The Cougars led, 4-3, at the half, but were shut out in the second half.
Fallston scoring came from Kyle D'Onofrio, Jeremy Scranton, Marc Badger and Garrett Wolf, while D'Onofrio and Badger each had one assist.
Fallston goalie Mark Wollenweber finished with nine saves.
Joe Seider paced Hereford with three goals.
In the opening round, Fallston turned back Winters Mill, 11-6. The Cougars led at the half, 6-1.
D'Onofrio scored four goals to lead the Cougars, while Wolf netted three goals. Tommy Kisielnicki, Badger, Nick Esser and James Glezen also scored in the win.
Badger and D'Onofrio added two assists each, while Keegan Teluk, Glezen and Scranton each had one assist.
Goalie Wollenweber made six saves, before giving way to Nick Buckler, who made four saves.
Huskies second, too
Patterson Mill also found a runner-up spot in Howard High School's Karl Wolf Memorial Tournament on Saturday.
The Huskies opened the tourney with a 12-6 win over Tuscarora and led at the half, 7-1.
Josh Wilson provided half of the scoring with six goals, while single goals were scored by Chase Tallon, Brendan Egan, Michael Dinatale, Noah Holloway, Isaiah Welch and Brendan Mahoney.
Egan had four assists and Tallon had three. Sam Caretti and Joe Hessler also had assists.
Huskies goalie Will Urban made four saves.
In the championship game, Patterson Mill fell to host Howard, 10-5. The Huskies trailed at halftime, 4-2.
Wilson netted four goals and Caretti scored one. Tallon had two assists and Egan had three.
Urban finished with 11 saves.
John Carroll picked up a win on Friday, beating a visiting Menlo-Atherton team from California, 10-5. Sully Gerety provided more than half of the Patriots scoring with six goals and one assist and Jake Brown added a goal and four assists to highlight the win. Goalie Bryan Doherty made 13 saves.
Bobcats get first win
The Bel Air Bobcats boys lacrosse team picked up its first win of the season, beating host Southern-Anne Arundel Thursday, 19-10. The Bobcats were aided by an early 6-2 lead over the Bulldogs, which allowed them to pull away for the win. The Bel Air lead was 8-5 at the half.
The win evened the Bobcats' record at 1-1 setting up Saturday's game at Carroll County power, Westminster.
"I was very pleased at our unselfish play as 16 out of our 19 goals were assisted," Bobcats Head Coach Scoop Kelly said. "For a team this early in the season, that is phenomenal to see. I was also impressed with our individual defense and intensity in the riding game. It was great to see improvement, but we just need to continue to stay focused and work hard every day. Ultimately, all that matters is where you finish."
Tom Pfeiffer led the Bobcats scoring with five goals, while Carson Kalama finished with three goals and four assists. Joey Creaghan also scored three goals and had one assist.
Calvin Fleagle netted a pair of goals, but was busier assisting his teammates seven times. Parker Jones added two goals and two assists and Mike Bush scored twice as well. Brad Casals and Chris Noll each had a goal.
Noah Hiller and Shane McKenzie led the Bulldogs with three goals apiece.
Bel Air goalie Gavin Hanley made 10 saves and Southern keeper Ryan Leach had seven saves.
Rams get first win, too
The Edgewood Rams (1-2) were also first time winners Thursday, traveling to Parkville and returning with a 7-5 win.
Joe Ludwig's three-goal, one-assist effort guided the Rams, while Shawn Kluchinsky added two goals. Ryan Stiemly chipped in with a goal and two assists and Keenan Kros also scored a goal. Mike Ryan was credited with two assists.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun