The Bel Air girls soccer team won its first UCBAC Chesapeake Division game Monday night, blanking host and crosstown rival Patterson Mill, 2-0.
Natalie Decker scored both Bel Air goals in the second half. Jordan Layfield was credited with one assist.
Bel Air (1-2, 3-5) goalie Karlie Scherba earned the shutout with five saves, while Patterson Mill (0-3, 4-5) goalie Stephanie Ehly finished with nine saves.
Bel Air earned its second girls soccer victory of the season Friday evening, going on the road to defeat Severna Park, 1-0, in non-league play.
Kayla Klock netted the game's lone goal in the first half, assisted by Shannon Williams.
Bel Air goalie Karlie Scherba earned the shutout win with seven saves.
Cougars nip Hawks in OT
Fallston (2-0, 6-1) defeated host North Harford (2-1-1, 7-2-1), 2-1 in overtime Monday night in a key Chesapeake contest.
Maria Auth scored for North Harford just four minutes into the game on a breakaway following a perfect assist pass from Leah Monticello.
Fallston tied the game late in the second half on a penalty shot by Brooke Nigrin.
Fallston scored the winning goal six and a half minutes into the first overtime following a flurry of shots in front of the goal. Anna Holehouse was credited with the goal.
Fallston goalie Kayla Reilly had five saves, while Hawk keeper Haley Jacobs turned away 16 Fallston shots.
Mustangs roll over Eagles
C. Milton Wright (3-0-1) had seven different people score in a 7-0 win over host Aberdeen (0-3, 2-6) in Chesapeake play. Megan Frailer, Angela Kuhn and Kathy Kammerer highlighted the win with a goal and assist each.
Rams blank Mariners
Edgewood (4-0, 7-2) stayed unbeaten in Susquehanna play Monday after a 5-0 win at Joppatowne (0-4, 0-8). The Rams led 2-0 at the half.
Ladae Boykin and Megan Poniatowski paced the scoring with two goals apiece and Alex van Grafeiland also had a goal.
Alyssa Rankin and Boykin each had two assists and Shelby Richter had one.
Edgewood goalie Nasia Denegal had no saves, while Joppatowne keeper Jami Soul had a very busy game with 21 saves.
Cobras beat Panthers
Harford Tech (3-1, 6-3) kept its Susquehanna title hopes alive Monday night with a 5-1 win over visiting Perryville (1-2, 2-3).
The Panthers actually started the scoring on a Tori Antoshak goal, after going one-on-one with the Tech keeper. Leah Ports had the assist.
From that point, it was all Tech.
Sarah North and Shannon Conlon netted first half goals for the Cobras, with assist from Dana Waskiewicz on both goals.
In the second half, North, Kersten O'Brien and Madison Yurek scored with North assisting the Yurek goal.
Megan Freeman made six saves in a half of play for Tech, while second half keeper, Julie Ransone, had seven saves. Perryville keeper Alison Watson made 11 saves.
Warriors win fourth straight
Havre de Grace (3-1, 4-4) won its fourth straight game Monday, knocking off host Elkton, 4-2, In Susquehanna action Monday afternoon.
The Warriors played unselfish soccer, passing the ball around and having four different players score goals. Goal scorers were Addie Richardson, Rachel Rossi, Helen Boniface and Lauren Herrington. Kara Nieberlein had one assist.
Cougars blank Hereford
Fallston posted a 2-0 win Friday at Hereford in non-league play.
Sierrah Taylor and Brooke Nigrin netted goals, while Taylor also had one assist. Cougars goalie Kayla Reilly had four saves.
Patriots lose at McDonogh
John Carroll fell behind 1-0 at the half Friday at McDonogh and went on to lose, 3-0. Goalie Susan Cumpston made four saves.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun