The Bel Air Bobcats defeated the visiting North East Indians, 19-4, Wednesday in an UCBAC Chesapeake Division matchup.
The Bobcats, who have won four of their last five games, improve their overall record to 5-2 and 3-0 in league play.
"We came out sluggish to start the game, which we were not very happy about," Bel Air coach Scoop Kelly said. "We need to play consistently right from the first faceoff until the last whistle."
Joey Creaghan, a junior committed to UMBC, led all scorers with seven goals and two assists, while Tom Pfeiffer, also a junior, added two goals and four assists.
Senior Carson Kalama (Salisbury) tallied two goals and three assists and senior Parker Jones, also headed to Salisbury, contributed four goals and an assist.
Also adding to the scoring were Garrett Utz, two goals, two assists; Brad Casale, two goals; Mike Bush, two assists; and Chris Noll, two assists.
The Bobcat defense was all over the visiting Indians, which was key to the Bobcats victory. Sophomore goalkeeper Gavin Hanley had four saves through three quarters, while junior goaltender Pete Santimays came on to make two saves.
"It took us until the third quarter to really click offensively, which we can't do next week as we play a tough North Carroll team followed by rival C. Milton Wright," Kelly said.
Hawks beat Huskies
North Harford stayed unbeaten (8-0), beating host Patterson Mill, 13-6, in Chesapeake action under the lights Wednesday. The Hawks led 5-2 at the half.
Brooks Billings and Max Mullin each scored three goals to pace the Hawks (2-0 league), while Randy Foster and Will Duley had two goals apiece. Andrew Siegel, Andrew Kropkowski and Ryan Feiss each had one goal.
Billings and Kropkowski had two assists each and Foster and Mullin had one each.
North Harford played two goalies, with Cameron Brosh making six saves and Matt Goedeke making one.
Patterson Mill (0-3 league, 3-5 overall) was led by Josh Wilson and Sam Caretti, both of whom scored two goals. Brendan Egan and Tyler Levandowski had single goals.
Egan and Caretti also had assists. Huskies goalie Will Urban made 14 saves.
Mustangs beat Warriors
C. Milton Wright earned a Chesapeake win Wednesday, beating visiting Havre de Grace, 13-7.
Alex Meholic led the Mustangs (2-1 league, 8-2 overall) with four goals and Ben Boyd netted three goals.
Alex Kleinberg also scored multiple goals, with two, while single goals were scored by Andy LeBrun, Paul Mirable, Jon Amos and Drew Kissner.
Lebrun added three assists, while Meholic, Mirable and Amos each had two assists. Boyd and Manny Mastromanolis had one assist apiece.
Casey Brown paced Havre de Grace (1-2 league, 4-3 overall) with four goals. Brian Cameron added a pair of goals and one assist and Brad Davidson had one goal. Nick Burley added two assists.
CMW goalie Ryan Malone made five saves, as did Havre de Grace keeper Justin Wolbert.
CMW led at halftime, 8-3.
Cobras beat Panthers
Harford Tech improved to 2-1 in Susquehanna play Wednesday, defeating visiting Perryville, 17-8.
The Cobras, 3-4 overall, jumped ahead early and led, 10-1, at the half. Tech's attack was led by Tyler Fullem's five goals and two assists and Zack Valenti's four goals and two assists.
Also contributing on attack was Josh Winter with a goal and assist and Griffin Pfarr had one assist. Tom Burley was solid at midfield, adding two goals and two assists, while going 8-of-16 on face-offs.
Greg Ransone had three goals and one assist. Also scoring for Tech was Nick Letts, Ron Huber and James Butler, who also added an assist.
The Tech defense was led by Andrew Valenti's five ground balls and four takeaways. James Holcomb had three ground balls and three takeaways and Trevor Crehan had three ground balls and two takeaways.
Chris Stallings had six saves in the first half, with Connor Word recording four saves in the second half.
Rams nipped by Eagles
Edgewood slipped to 2-7 overall and 1-2 in Susquehanna play Wednesday, losing to visiting Bo Manor, 8-7..
Edgewood's Shawn Kluchinsky had a huge day, scoring all seven Edgewood goals.
Eagles beat Mariners
Aberdeen and Joppatowne are both 2-1 in Susquehanna standings after Wednesday's game in Joppatowne. Aberdeen won the contest, 10-4.
Justin Howard paced the Eagles (5-4 overall) with four goals and Blaise Curtis added three goals.
Kyle Green, Ben Dawson and Kyle Peters also had goals and Peters had two assists. Ethan Mauzy added three assists and Dominick Montero one assist.
Tyler Saunders led Joppatowne (3-5 overall) with two goals, while Austin Kocsan and Kevin Kinyua each had one goal.
Aberdeen goalie Luke Whittie made 14 saves and Mariners goalie Will Veney made 12 saves.
Patriots win, too
John Carroll picked up another win Tuesday, beating host Annapolis Area Christian School, 7-5.
Sully Gerety led with two goals and one assist and Clark Grube also scored twice. Jake Brown added to the win with one goal and one assist.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun