The John Carroll boys have not had a moment to relax lately because of their challenging schedule, but they earned another victory on Wednesday, their third straight over a tough opponent, by knocking off visiting Archbishop Curley, 3-2.
The Curley side was awarded a penalty kick in the match's 12th minute and converted the attempt to go up, 1-0.
John Carroll drew even when Matt Hammons scored off an assist from Guierllmo Almirall.
The Patriots went up, 2-1, later in the first half when Almirall scored his second goal, then took a 3-1 advantage on Hammons' set-piece goal, which was assisted by Almirall.
Curley cut the John Carroll lead to 3-2 with 25 minutes left in the match, but the Patriots managed to fend off the visitors until the final whistle.
John Carroll goalie Brenden Hutton had five saves.
Patterson Mill blanks North East
Patterson Mill won on the road Wednesday, beating the North East Indians, 5-0.
The Huskies' Logan Hennlein, Adam Walker, Jake Ross, Larsen Green and Caleb Hebb all scored once.
Hennlein, Jake Dapaolo, Laz Cardwell and Chris Jones each had an assist in the victory.
Patterson Mill's Kevin Neumann had four saves in goal.
Fallston over Edgewood
The Fallston Cougars earned a 5-0 shutout victory over host Edgewood Wednesday.
Jordan Puglisi scored a hat trick to lead the Fallston offense.
Harford Christian pounding opponents
Lately the Harford Christian boys soccer squad has been stingy in the goals allowed department, and producing like a factory on the other end of the field, as the Eagles notched their fourth straight shutout win on Tuesday, beating host Bo Manor, 7-0.
Over their last four contests, the Eagles have outscored their opponents, 25-0.
Seth McCarty was the driving force behind Tuesday's victory, putting up a four-goal performance. McCarty netted a hat trick in the first half, which ended with the Eagles leading, 4-0, then notched his fourth goal in the second half.
Alex Caldwell had one goal and one assist in the victory, while Ian Edwards and James Howell scored one goal apiece. Ryan Redmond led the Eagles in assists with three, while Mike Lavin and Paul Franco both dished out one assist.
The host-team Aberdeen Eagles and North Harford Hawks could not resolve a deadlock on Tuesday, with both teams going scoreless in a double-overtime tie.
Aberdeen keeper Owen Smith posted seven saves.
North Harford's Andrew Klapka had six.
Havre de Grace blanks Tech
The Havre de Grace Warriors blanked visiting Harford Tech on Tuesday, beating the Cobras, 2-0.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun