The Harford Christian Eagles earned a road victory Monday night, beating the Rising Sun Tigers, 2-1.
With the win, Harford Christian improved to 10-2 on the season.
The Eagles went up, 1-0, in the first half when Ryan Redmond scored on an assist from Seth McCarty.
Rising Sun scored a game-tying goal before the first half expired.
In the second half, McCarty tucked away a shot unassisted to give his team the winning margin.
On Friday, the Eagles picked up an important MACSAC victory, beating the previously undefeated Mt. Airy Christian Academy squad, 2-0.
The match was a replay of last year's MACSAC championship game, which the Eagles won.
Following a scoreless first half in Friday's game, Harford Christian's John Wilson scored with an assist from Ben Weaver to put the Eagles up, 1-0.
Minutes later, Wilson scored again, this time without any help, to give his team a 2-0 cushion.
Bel Air edges Aberdeen
The Bel Air Bobcats picked up a Friday night victory in boys soccer, beating the Eagles, 2-1, in Aberdeen Eagles.
With the win, Bel Air improved to 6-3 overall, and 3-0 against Chesapeake (upper) Division teams. Aberdeen fell to 4-4-1 overall, and 0-3 in Chesapeake Division play.
Bel Air's goals were scored by Carson Kalama and Austin McKinney.
Tech shuts down Elkton
The Harford Tech Cobras won at home Friday night, knocking off the Elkton Golden Elks, 3-0.
Nathan Haskess, Mark Maust and Greg Ransone each scored once in the victory.
David Phoebus and Flavio Reyes each dished out one assist for the Cobras.
Harford Tech goalie Adam Bednarek notched four saves.
Bobcats win cross-town showdown
There's no better neighborhood rivalry than when the newer school – Patterson Mill – faces a team from the older school that the newbie was carved out of - Bel Air.
There was another installment Thursday night of what promises to be a never-ending series of battles between the two schools separated by a hop, skip and a jump along Route 924.
The Bel Air Bobcats earned a home-field victory on Thursday, handing a 2-1 defeat to the Patterson Mill Huskies (6-2-2 overall, 0-1-2 Chesapeake).
Bel Air's goals were scored by Brandon Tolson and Kyle Warner.
Austin McKinney and Logan Szekalski each dished out one assist in the victory.
Bel Air goalie Ryan Han notched two saves.
Patterson Mill's goal came from Connor Neumann, who was assisted by Brandon Ortiz.
The Bobcats led at halftime, 2-0.
CMW over Hereford
The C. Milton Wright Mustangs (3-5 overall, 0-1 Chesapeake) earned a road victory on Thursday, beating the Hereford Bulls, 1-0.
Alex Cantor scored unassisted in the second half for the game's only goal.
CMW goalie Logan Keys notched four saves in the victory
Joppatowne wins 1st
The Joppatowne Mariners, winless before their Thursday night home game with the North East Indians, finally put a check in the win column by handing their guests a 2-0 loss.
Both of the Mariners goals were scored by Thaliek Willis.
Kojo Adade dished out both assists to teammate Willis.
With the win, Joppatowne improved to 1-5 for the season, and 1-2 in Susquehanna (lower) Division competition.
Aberdeen over Tech
The Aberdeen Eagles scored a road 5-1 road victory over Harford Tech (4-4 overall, 2-0 Susquehanna) on Thursday night.
Justin Howard had two goals and one assist in the victory, while teammate Flakron Salihu notched a pair of goals as well. Madoni Flores scored once for the Eagles.
Aberdeen's Joe Nichols, Devin Murray and Andrew Frazer all dished out one assist.
The host-team Cobras' only goal was scored by Mark Maust, who was assisted by Greg Ransone.
Aberdeen goalkeeper Thomas Moore had six saves.
In goal for Harford Tech, Adam Bednarek racked up six saves.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun