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North Harford stays atop division in girls lacrosse

North Harford kept its UCBAC Chesapeake (upper) Division girls lacrosse title run alive Monday with an impressive 18-2 win over visiting Havre de Grace.

Led by Morgan Knox (four goals, three assists) and Emily Clark (four goals, two assists), the Hawks (4-0 league, 7-1 overall) placed eight players in the scoring column.

Julia Schrof added two goals and two assists and Leah Monticello had two goals and one assist. Jen Doering and Sophie Crowther also scored two goals each, while Maddy Dolinar and Shelby Mitchell had solo goals.

North Harford played two goalies with Haley Ensor and Nicole Hinkle each making two saves.

Havre de Grace (1-4 league, 4-5 overall) goals were scored by Colleen McCormick and Margaret Stump, both unassisted.

Warrior goalie Abbie Blessing finished with four saves.

Mustangs rebound well

After running its unbeaten streak to eight games, C. Milton Wright lost its first game Saturday, but rebounded well with a win Monday, hosting and beating Hereford, 14-11, Monday in non-league play.

In Monday's game, Maggie Gallagher and Katie Burgee scored four goals apiece to lead the Mustangs (9-1). Haley Matthai and Brooke Williams each scored two goals, while Abby Smucker and Julia O'Mara added single goals.

Smucker, Burgee, Haley Alexander and O'Mara also had assists.

CMW goalie Alexis Strouse had eight saves. The Mustangs led 9-3 at the half.

CMW's unbeaten streak ended at eight games Saturday when the Mustangs were edged by host St. Paul's, 10-9, in a non-league contest.

"A very hard fought game. We try to challenge ourselves with our out-of-conference opponents and St. Paul's was one of them," CMW head coach Brent Ritz said. "It was a tight game from start to finish but St. Paul's ability to control possession throughout the game was the difference. They kept us from winning loose balls on our defensive end, something we typically do very well. Playing a very clean game without many turnovers allowed them to end up on top today."

Gallagher led the Mustangs efforts, scoring four goals, while Kaitlan Moynihan netted a pair of goals. Lauren Haggerty, Haley Alexander and Matthai also scored.

Moynihan dished out three assists and Brooke Williams and Haggerty each had one assist.

Strouse finished with five saves for CMW, which trailed 5-4 at the half.

CMW won its eighth in a row Thursday evening, when the Mustangs cruised past visiting North East, 16-2, in an UCBAC Chesapeake Division game.

The Mustangs had the game under control by the half, leading at the break, 13-2. The Mustangs are 3-0 in league action.

Gallagher led the offense, scoring five goals. Williams added three goals and Alexander scored twice. The Mustangs also got single goals from Smucker, Renee Landis, Burgee, Matthai, Lauren Cavanaugh and Alyssa Austen.

CMW also had a number of assists, led by Matthai's three and Landis' three. Williams, Austen, Kaitlan Moynihan and Smucker all had two assists. Burgee had one.

CMW played two goalies with Strouse making three saves and Skye Graham, a freshman, making two.

Bobcats get win

Bel Air also picked up a non-league win Monday, beating visiting North Carroll, 13-10.

Shannon Williams scored three goals and assisted on another to lift the Bobcats (5-4 overall) to victory. Tori Gryglewski also scored three goals.

Cassidy Jones added a pair of goals and four assists and Sam Keesey also scored twice. Rebekah Riley, Sarah Dempsey and Taylor Burrier had single goals.

The Bobcats played two goalies with Taylor Gillis and Lucy Loughlin each making eight saves.

Cougars win 2 of 3

Fallston played three games in five days and won two of them.

In their most recent game, the Cougars hosted state power Winters Mill Monday and lost, 14-7, getting outscored 10-3 in the second half.

Senior captain Lindsay Summers and Logan Gasior led the Cougars (5-5 overall) offense with two goals each, while Caroline English, Kayla Reilly and Megan Shock each scored one goal. All Fallston goals were unassisted.

Fallston goalie Erika Wright made nine saves in the loss.

Fallston also played Saturday and won, beating visiting St. Mark's of Delaware, 17-5. The Cougars led 8-3 at the half.

English led the Cougars with four goals, while Rachel Barile and Reilly scored three goals each. Ashley Mozingo and Gasior added two goals apiece and single goals were tallied by Summers, Shock and Emily Scranton.

English and Summers each added three assists, while Reilly and Shock had two assists each. Barile, Gasior and Katie Donhauser also had assists and Cougars goalie Erika Wright made three saves.

Fallston picked up another Chesapeake win Thursday, edging visiting Bel Air, 8-7.

Fallston scored three goals in the last two and a half minutes in a come from behind win. Summers scored the winning goal, her only one, with eight seconds left on the clock.

Mozingo and English led the Cougars with three goals each and Gasior also scored in the win. Scranton, Mozingo and Reilly had assists for Fallston (3-1 league).

Sam Keesey scored three goals to pace Bel Air, while Cassidy Jones scored two. Tori Gryglewski and Shannon Williams also scored for Bel Air (1-3 league, 4-4 overall). 

Jones added two assists and Williams had one.

Fallston goalie Erika Wright finished with six saves and Bel Air keeper Taylor Gillis had four.

The game was tied, 4-4, at the half.

Huskies beat Warriors

Patterson Mill was also a winner in Chesapeake play Thursday night, beating host Havre de Grace, 10-6. The Huskies (2-1 league, 4-5 overall) led at the half, 5-3.

The winners were led by Sam Herman's three goals and one assist, while Sarah Alders added two goals.

Gabby Vujanic had a goal and three assists and Allie Poust added one goal and two assists. E.J. Karwatka chipped in with a goal and an assist, while Brittie Andrews and Mariel Castronova also had a goal each.

Lauren Herrington led the Havre de Grace (1-3 league, 4-4 overall) scoring with two goals, while single goals were scored by Margaret Stump, Carly Thompson, Taylor Johnson and Brianna Haffey. Colleen McCormick, Katie Thompson and Carly Thompson had assists.

Patterson Mill goalie Erin Dent had a career high night with 16 saves and Havre de Grace goalie Abbie Blessing had eight saves.

Cobras beat Tigers

Harford Tech stayed atop the Susquehanna standings after its 19-6 win at Rising Sun Thursday night.

The Cobras are 4-0 in league play and in a tie with Perryville, which is also 4-0. The Cobras will play at Perryville May 2.

In Thursday's win, Becca Williams tossed in six goals and Megan Campbell netted five. Gabby Spalt tossed in three goals, while Tori Arcilesi and Rachael Raspe scored two goals each. Ali Piercy also scored for the Cobras (6-1 overall).

Williams, Courtney Poole, Campbell and Spalt each had two assists.

Tech goalie Bryana Weston-Wyatt had 11 saves.

Panthers beat Eagles

Perryville also kept its spot atop the Susquehanna standings with an 11-10 win over visiting Aberdeen Thursday. Perryville was ahead by three at half, but Aberdeen evened the game at 6-6 before the Panthers pulled back away for the win.

Aberdeen's Kayla Gardner scored three goals, while Montaiju Galmore and Morgan Tildon each scored two goals. April Privett, Jozlynn Kelly and Emma Boyson also had goals for the Eagles (1-3 league, 2-6 overall).

Perryville scoring was led by Ali Watson's four goals, while Leah Ports and Hannah Wein scored three goals apiece. Morgan Peschek also had a goal for the Panthers, who are unbeaten at 8-0.

Panthers goalie Mariah Fields made 11 saves and Aberdeen keeper Stacey Wardenfelt had nine saves.

Elks beat Mariners

Joppatowne (1-3 league, 2-6 overall) put up a good battle at Elkton Thursday, but the Elks held on for an 11-10 win in Susquehanna play.

Christina Miller tallied five goals and one assist and Emily Murphy had two goals and one assist. Carlie Reuling also scored twice and Rodneisha Scott scored once.

Mariners goalie Felicia Okoye made 10 saves.

Patriots beat Severn

John Carroll picked up an IAAM win Thursday, winning at Severn, 13-7.

Caroline Haggerty led the way with three goals, while Mackenzie Reese and Kara Klages scored two goals each. Single goals were scored by Ally Kozel, Mackenzie Bailey, Jordan Sdanowich, Emory Gaeng, Alyssa Lazaro and Chantae Simms.

Bailey, Meredith Haggerty, Grace Richards and Emma Wall each had assists.

John Carroll played two goalies with Alexa DiPeso making four saves and Katy Sharretts making nine.

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