Monday's UCBAC girls soccer action resulted in a muddying of the waters in both the Chesapeake and Susquehanna Divisions.
C. Milton Wright knocked off Bel Air to put itself in line for the Chesapeake crown, while Harford Tech and North East played to tie in the battle for Susquehanna accolades.
CMW's (4-1 league, 7-2 overall) win came at home, 3-2, over the Bobcats (5-1 league, 9-2 overall).
Katie Burgee; Megan Pavlitsa assisted by Angela Kuhn and Adrianna Tarbert assisted by Burgee, accounted for the Mustangs scoring. All three goals were scored in the first half.
Kayla Klock tallied both Bel Air goals, with assists from Jaimie Layfield and Shannon Williams.
CMW goalie Stacy Venanzi made four saves and Bobcats goalie Andrea Sipos had nine saves.
CMW will win the Chesapeake title with a win at Fallston on Wednesday. A loss will put Bel Air in next week's UCBAC Championship.
Cobras, Indians tie
Harford Tech (5-0-1 league, 7-1-2 overall) and visiting North East (5-0-1 league, 6-3-1 overall) played to a 1-1 tie through regulation and two overtimes. Score was 0-0 at the half.
Shannon Conlon scored Tech's lone goal and North East's Brianna Christie had the North East goal. Both goals were unassisted.
Tech goalie Julie Ransone made seven saves and North East keeper, Erin Cook, made 13 saves.
Huskies top Rams
Patterson Mill knocked Edgewood out of Chesapeake title contention with a 3-1 victory. The Huskies (2-2-1 league, 3-6-1 overall) led, 1-0, at the half.
Sydney Ditmar, Gabby Samra and Jess Littlepage tallied Patterson Mill goals, while Abby Tallon, Ditmar and Haley Davies had assists.
Edgewood's (4-2 league, 8-2 overall) lone goal was scored by Ladae Boykin on a penalty kick.
Patterson Mill goalie Stephanie Ehly finished with nine saves and Edgewood goalie Nasia Denegal had seven saves.
Eagles beat Warriors
Aberdeen, celebrating its senior night at the confines of Havre de Grace's James R. Harris Stadium, edged the visiting Warriors, 1-0, on a second half goal from senior captain Leah Hardin.
Hardin's unassisted goal came at the 23:42 mark, a high shot just under the crossbar. Aberdeen (4-2 league, 4-7 overall) goalie Katie Sanderson made four saves and Havre de Grace (2-4 league, 3-5 overall) keeper Riley Arnold had eight saves.
Bobcats win a pair
Despite Thursday's persistent rain, the Bel Air girls soccer team defeated visiting Patterson Mill, 2-0, in Chesapeake play. The Bobcats also won Friday, beating host Rising Sun, 2-0, in a make-up division game.
In Thursday's win, Natalie Decker and Jordan Layfield netted the Bel Air goals, while Kayla Klock was credited with one assist. Both goals were scored in the first half.
Bel Air played two goalies with Karlie Scherba making one save and Andrea Sipos making two. Patterson Mill goalie Stephanie Ehly had 10 saves.
In Friday's win, Morgan Rusinko tallied a goal and the other was a Rising Sun own goal, both coming in the second half.
Sipos finished with two saves.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun