Edgewood inches closer to girls soccer title

The Edgewood Rams girls soccer team inched a bit closer to a UCBAC Susquehanna Division title Monday night with a hard-fought, 2-0, win over a pesky Havre de Grace team.

The Rams (6-0 league, 9-2 overall), who scored both goals in the second half of Monday's win, can clinch the division with a win at Perryville on Wednesday night. Game time is 7 p.m.

In Monday's win, Havre de Grace (4-2, 5-5) put up a valiant effort in the first half and likely had the best scoring opportunity late in the half.

Lauren Herrington's shot glanced off the far post and a return shot from Kara Nieberlein slid past the opposite post.

Edgewood then needed just 1:20 into the second half to get on top. A corner kick from Caitlin Rankin was headed in by Ladae Boykin. Caitlin Rankin then added the Rams second goal with assist from sister, Alyssa Rankin.

Edgewood goalie Allison Bomhardt had one save in the win and Havre de Grace keeper Riley Arnold was much busier, making 23 saves.

Bel Air, Fallston tie, 1-1, on Thursday

The Fallston girls soccer team has its eyes set on Wednesday's game with C. Milton Wright, that will decide the UCBAC's Chesapeake (upper) Division champion.

The Cougars nearly let the chance slip away Thursday evening in a league contest with Bel Air that ended in a 1-1 tie. The game was rescheduled from Oct. 3.

Fallston scored in the first half, a Sierrah Taylor unassisted goal, but Bel Air answered in the second half when Bailey Gaisor scored with an assist from Shannon Williams.

Bel Air goalie Karlie Scherba made 13 saves and Fallston keeper Kayla Reilly finished with 20.

Bobcats edge Hawks

Bel Air (2-2-1, 4-5-2) moved a win closer to the .500 mark Monday, beating visiting North Harford (3-2-1, 8-3-1), 2-1, in Chesapeake play.

Bel Air goals were scored by Morgan Rusinko and Shannon Williams with Jordan Layfield and Teresa Berg dishing out assists.

North Harford's lone goal was scored by Julia Schrof unassisted.

Bel Air keeper Karlie Scherba finished with eight saves and North Harford goalie Haley Jacobs had nine saves.

Bel Air led at the half, 1-0.

Huskies blank Eagles

Host Patterson Mill (1-4, 5-4) earned its first Chesapeake victory Monday, shutting out Aberdeen, 2-0.

Riley Druyor and Amy Bednarek scored goals for the Huskies and Erin Angelini, who made nine saves in goal, also had the Huskies lone assist.

Mustangs suffer first loss

C. Milton Wright (9-1-1) suffered its first loss of the season Monday, losing 2-1 to visiting Spalding. The Mustangs trailed at the half, 1-0.

Kathy Kammerer scored the lone CMW goal with assist from Angela Kuhn.


Fallston and Harford Tech each saw their Monday games halted by rainy weather. The Chesapeake game of Fallston at Rising Sun was rescheduled for Tuesday, while Tech's Susquehanna game at North East was rescheduled for Thursday at 3:30 p.m.

Bobcats tie Mount de Sales

The Bel Air girls soccer team played its second tie game in as many days Friday, battling visiting Mount de Sales to a 2-2 tie in non-league play. On Thursday, the Bobcats and Fallston played to a 1-1 tie.

Bel Air, which led 1-0 at the half, got goals from Taylor Hensley and Shannon Williams.

Teresa Berg and Jaimie Layfield each had assists in the contest. Bel Air goalie Leah Lozzi finished with eight saves.

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