Haley Davies tallied the Huskies (0-0-1, 1-4-1) lone goal, unassisted. Goalie Stephanie Ehly had five saves.
Indians trip Eagles
Aberdeen (0-1, 0-6) dropped its Susquehanna contest at North East, 2-1, despite leading 1-0 at the half.
Faith Edmondson netted Aberdeen's only goal with no assist.
The Eagles played two goalies. Elena League made seven saves in the first half and Katie Sanderson had four in the second half.
Panthers blank Mariners
Joppatowne (0-1, 0-4) dropped its Susquehanna opener at Perryville, 11-0.
Hawks beat Gophers
North Harford (4-1-1), the lone county team playing a non-league opponent Monday, defeated visiting Glen Burnie, 4-0.
North Harford's goals were scored by Megan O'Donnell, assisted by Lindsey Young; Maria Auth, assisted by Young; and O'Donnell, assisted Hannah Blosser. Auth added a second goal with a penalty shot in the second half.
Emilia Ferrara, Jodi Enfield and Jordynn Hughes had a combined three saves in the Hawks nets.
Bobcats are runners-up in tourney
Bel Air, host of the Bobcat Cup, finished second to Century, losing 4-2 in penalty kicks on Saturday. Bel Air goalie Andrea Sipos made 10 saves.
The Bobcats opened the tourney with a defeat of Perry Hall, 2-0. Bel Air goals were scored by Brooke Tauber and Kayla Klock. Jaimie Layfield and Natalie Decker had assists.
Bel Air goalie Sipos made five saves.
Century defeated Huntingtown, 2-0, in the other first round game.
In the consolation game, Huntingtown defeated Perry Hall, 4-0.
C. Milton Wright also split a pair of games at its own tournament Saturday. The Mustangs beat Roland Park, 4-1, but fell to Reservoir, 3-1.
Reservoir also beat Leonardtown, 3-2, while Roland Park and Leonardtown played to a 1-1 tie.