The Hawks will host the Hereford/Aberdeen winner Monday night at 7 p.m.

Cobras sweep Rams

Harford Tech won its 2A East first round game over visiting Edgewood (1-14), 3-0. The scores were 25-20, 25-21 and 25-19.

Junior outside hitter Alyssa Hockaday led the Cobras with four aces and two kills, while junior setter Jamie Tubao added one ace and 12 assists. Casey Pilar, a senior outside hitter, had one ace and three kills.


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The Cobras will host North East or travel to Elkton for Monday's quarterfinal round.

Cougars knocked out

The Fallston Cougars (4-11) lost in four games at top seed Rising Sun in 2A East play. The scores were 18-25, 28-26, 17-25 and 20-25.

The Cougars were led by Phoenix Offutt's 13 kills and six blocks. Asia Avena led defensively with 17 digs and Megan Snee helped with 14 digs. Emily Mozal contributed 23 assists.

Huskies sweep Mariners

Patterson Mill earned its first win of the season Friday in 2A East play. The Huskies beat visiting Joppatowne (1-12) 3-0. Scores were 25-18, 25-21 and 25-21.

Leading the Huskies were Taylor Moran, one ace, four kills, four blocks and five digs; Mariah Treptow, three kills, two blocks and four assists; Catherine Tames, three aces, one kill and two digs; Dana Gileza, three aces, one dig and two dinks for points; Kayla McDowell, two aces, 21 assists and five digs; Liz Sprow, eight aces, 15 assists, four digs and one dink; and Morgan Allen, one ace, one kill and eight digs.

Other scores

In two other 3A North matches, Aberdeen (10-4) lost 3-1 at Hereford, while C. Milton Wright won 3-0 at Digital Harbor.

Bel Air wins UCBAC title

The Bel Air girls volleyball team won its first ever Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference championship Thursday night at Patterson Mill High School.

The Bobcats won the first two games, 25-14 and 25-21, but the Hawks won game three, 25-19, to stay alive. Bel Air closed out the match in game four, 25-14.

"Very pleased," Bel Air coach Tim Markland said after the match. "We served well, they had a tough time with our serve. When the ball was on our side of the net, I think our passing, to lead to set to kill, was spot on."

Bel Air hitter Celeste Roland was spot on for most of the night, finishing with 13 kills, three aces and 14 digs.

"I think our team prepared well every day, we tried so hard," Roland said.

Teammate Kendall Daley, who had seven aces, served the Bobcats to a 8-4 first set lead. Rien Hachmann (six aces) served the lead to 13-6 and one of Roland's kills pushed the lead to 18-8, leading to Daley serving the final two points.