The Fallston Cougars earned a road victory in Tuesday's Chesapeake (upper) Division boys soccer contest at Bel Air, knocking off the Bobcats, 3-2.
With the win, Fallston improved to 6-0-3 overall and 2-0-2 in Chesapeake Division contests, while Bel Air (2-2-1 Chesapeake) fell to 4-5-1 for the season.
Bel Air led the contest, 2-1, with 14 seconds left in regulation time, but Fallston's Sam Boyd was able to tuck away a goal to tie the game and force overtime.
In the second sudden-death overtime period, Fallston's Jordan Puglisi scored the game-winning goal.
Fallston's first goal was scored by Boyd.
Joe Otenasek, Ben Smith and Aidon O'Donnell each had one assist for the Cougars.
Bel Air's goals were scored by Shamus Riley and Brandon Tolson.
Aberdeen trumps Tech
In their Tuesday road contest with Harford Tech (4-4 overall, 3-2 Susquehanna), the Aberdeen Eagles (5-3-1 overall, 5-0 Susquehanna) picked up a 4-0 victory and with it kept their perfect lower-division record intact.
Oscar Fjellander led the Aberdeen offense, notching a pair of goals and dishing out two assists.
Flakron Salihu and Devin Murray both had one goal in the victory.
Tyler Green, Ethan Mauzy and Duane Keller were all credited with one assist.
Aberdeen goalies Owen Smith and Matt Nengel split time in goal, with Smith notching eight saves, while Nengel posted two.
In goal for Harford Tech, Adam Bednarek put up seven saves.
Warriors, Mustangs tie
Also Tuesday, Havre de Grace and visiting C. Milton Wright waged battle through two regulation halves and two additional overtime periods, thus the Chesapake game ending in a 0-0 tie.
Pmill thumps Pville
Patterson Mill (6-3-1 overall, 3-1-1) earned a 5-0 win over visiting Perryville in a Tuesday upper-division matchup.
The Huskies' Jake Ross had one goal and a pair of assists, while Caleb Hebb, Logan Hennlein, Tommy O'Neill and Chris Jones all scored once.
Colin Leary, Larsen Green and Pat Kiley all notched one assist in the victory.
Patterson Mill keeper Kevin Neumann had six saves.
Edgewood (1-9 overall, 1-4 Susquehanna) was topped by the smallest of margins Tuesday, losing, 2-1, to host North East.