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North Harford takes 1-0 win over Dulaney field hockey

Field Hockey

The North Harford field hockey team scored just once and held off all attacks from the visiting Dulaney Lions on Monday afternoon to take a 1-0 victory.

With the win, the Hawks (1-1 Chesapeake) improved to 4-1 overall.

The game's lone goal was scored in the first half by Sophie Crowther.

North Harford goalies Jess Hart and Julianne Caughron had two saves and one save, respectively.

CMW loses, wins

The C. Milton Wright Mustangs saw their six-game, regular season win streak snapped Monday night with a one goal loss as they were knocked off, 1-0, by host Hereford.

The game, tied 0-0 after two halves of regulation, went to sudden-death overtime, where Hereford scored the game-winning goal.

The loss knocked CMW (2-0 Chesapeake) down to 6-1 in regular-season contests.

The Mustangs scored once early in their Friday road matchup with the rival Fallston. It would be the only goal either team would score as the guests walked away with a 1-0 victory.

The Mustangs' Sabrina Rhodes knocked a shot into the Fallston goal five minutes after the opening whistle sounded to give her team the winning margin.

CMW held on for the balance of the game to deliver its seventh shutout of the season.

Fallston's Kayla Solomon posted three saves in goal.

Fallston topped by one

For the second time in four days, the Fallston Cougars were topped Monday afternoon, 1-0, losing to visiting Mt. Hebron.

The loss knocked Fallston (1-1-1 Chesapeake) down to 4-3-1 overall.

The Cougars allowed the game's only goal in the first half.

Fallston goalie Kayla Solomon had five saves.

Warriors still looking for win

Havre de Grace (0-8 overall, 0-3 Susquehanna) suffered a 1-0 road loss at the hands of the Tome School squad on Monday.

Warrior keeper Kateri Peters had 13 saves in the loss.

Bel Air tops North East

The Bel Air Bobcats (6-0 overall, 2-0 Chesapeake) toppled host North East on Friday, 2-1.

Bel Air's first goal came from Anna Farley, who was assisted by Jessica Vazquez.

Vazquez scored the game-winning goal, and Tori Gryglewski provided the assist.

Harford Tech over Elkton

The Harford Tech Cobras (5-3 overall, 3-0 Susquehanna) beat host Elkton, 2-1, on penalty strokes in a Friday contest.

Scoring the Cobras only regulation-time goal was Meagan Sturla, who was assisted by Tyler Bethke.

Elkton tied the game before halftime, and the two squads would remained locked at 1-1 through the second half. Both sides went scoreless in two, 10-minute overtime periods as well, pushing the game to penalty strokes.

Bethke, Lexie Endlich and Gill Chase all converted their penalty shots, while Cobra goalie Hannah Snyder blocked three of Elkton's five attempts, sealing the win for Harford Tech.

Snyder ended the contest with eight saves.

Patterson Mill over North Harford

The Patterson Mill Huskies (3-3 overall, 1-2 Chesapeake) won on the road Friday, beating North Harford, 3-2.

North Harford went into the halftime break with a 1-0 lead, with Rachel Baca scoring the game's first goal.

Patterson Mill's Linnea Gonzalez scored twice and dished out one assist in the second half, while teammate Mariel Castronova netted one goal and had one assist. Ksenia Greenwell had one assist for Patterson Mill.

North Harford second tally was scored by Sophie Crowther.

Patterson Mill goalie Maddie Hedrick had five saves. North Harford keepers Juliane Caughron and Jess Hart had four saves and two saves, respectively.

Joppatowne over Edgewood

Joppatowne (5-3 overall, 3-0 Susquehanna) won at home on Friday, blanking visiting Edgewood, 3-0.

Rodneisha Scott had two goals in the victory, while teammate Ashley Martinez had one goal and one assist. Joppatowne's Ashley Martinez and Brianna Hamburg both had one assist.

Joppatowne goalie Hannah Naddaf had four saves.

Warriors topped by one

The Havre de Grace Warriors suffered another one-goal loss on Friday, as they were beaten by host Bo Manor, 1-0.

Goalie Kateri Peters had five saves in the defeat.

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