Boys lacrosse teams from Fallston and C. Milton Wright were both in action Monday and both were winners. Fallston hosted and beat Towson, 13-3, while CMW hosted Edgewood and won, 14-3.
Kyle D'Onofrio paced Fallston's scoring with six goals, while Jeremy Scranton scored three goals and James Glezen scored two.
Nick Baker and Wesley Rumple had a goal each. John Lockwood, Bobby Zeigler and Jack Ware had Towson's goals.
Marc Badger had three assists for the Cougars, while Garrett Wolf had two and Rumple had one. Noah St. John and Lockwood had assists for Towson.
Fallston played two goalies with Mark Wollenweber making seven saves and Nick Buckler making one. Keegan Teluk won 13-of-16 faceoffs.
Fallston led 5-2 at the half.
Mustangs win big
In CMW's win, David Ray led 10 scorers with three goals. Alex Meholic and Andy LeBrun scored two each, and single goals were netted by Andrew Brown, Paul Mirable, Ben Boyd, David McGuirk, Manny Mastromanolis, Austin Carlevaro and Alex Kleinberg.
Meholic dished out three assists, with LeBrun and Brown each adding two. Boyd, McGuirk, Mirable, Ian Ziemski and Nick Kramer each had one.
CMW goalies Ryan Malone and Mark Mayne had one save each. The Mustangs led 9-0 at the half.
Hawks win, too
North Harford was in action Monday, visiting Annapolis and winning, 11-10.
Randy Foster scored three goals to lead the Hawks and Andrew Siegel notched a pair of goals.
The other goals were scored by Brooks Billings, Evan Siegel, Nolan Hood, Max Mullin, Andrew Kropkowski and Ryan Feiss, with one each.
Mullin added two assists, with single assists credited to Billings, Foster, Hood and Brett Hurley.
Brock Hurley and Billings each had team-best four ground balls. The Hawks played two goalies, with Cameron Brosh making 17 saves and Matt Goedeke making two.
Cougars beat River Hill
The Fallston boys lacrosse team put another mark in the win column Friday, hosting and beating River Hill, 13-4. The Cougars had the game under control by the half, leading 8-1.
Jeremy Scranton and Kyle D'Onofrio scored three goals each to pace the Cougars. Wesley Rumple and James Glezen found the nets twice each, while Tommy Kisielnicki, Marc Badger and Garrett Wolf each had single goals.
Badger dished out five assists and D'Onofrio and Scranton added one assist each.
Fallston goalie Mark Wollenweber earned the win with seven saves and Keegan Teluk won 17 of 20 faceoffs.
Warriors beat Mariners
Havre de Grace was also a winner Friday night, beating visiting Joppatowne, 15-2.
Brian Cameron led the winners with four goals, three assists and five ground balls. Connor Haffey added three goals and Brad Davidson finished with a goal, assist and seven ground balls. Donald Matts and Keenan Villareal each added two goals to highlight the win and Michael Laubner had five ground balls. Justin Wolbert made four saves in goal.
Huskies beat Cobras
Patterson Mill picked up a win Friday, going on the road to beat Harford Tech, 15-2. The Huskies led at the half, 12-0.
Chase Tallon scored five goals to pace the Huskies, while Noah Holloway added three goals. Sam Caretti added two goals.
Egan also had seven assists and Levandowski had two. Patrick Springer, Michael Dinatale and Tallon also had assists.
Zack Valenti and James Butler scored for Tech and Josh Winter had an assist.
Patterson Mill goalie Will Urban made five saves before giving way to Nick Collins who had one save. Tech keeper Chris Stallings had 19 saves.
Mustangs lose to Owls
C. Milton Wright suffered a loss Friday at Westminster, where the Owls defeated the Mustangs, 16-4.
Andy LeBrun led the Mustangs scoring with two goals, while Paul Mirable and Ben Boyd each had one goal.
Mirable and Alex Kleinberg had assists for the Mustangs, who trailed 7-2 at the half.
CMW goalie Ryan Malone made six saves.
Bobcats roll over Raiders
The Bel Air Bobcats picked up a boys lacrosse win Thursday, rolling over the visiting Raiders of Loch Raven, 18-6.
The Bobcats jumped out to a 7-1 lead and led at the half, 12-3. The Bobcats dominated early behind Anthony Sampayo's faceoff victories, accurate shooting and a strong defensive effort.
Calvin Fleagle led the offense with five goals and four assists, while Carson Kalama chipped in with four goals and three assists. Joey Creaghan also had a big day scoring, adding four goals and an assist.
"After a rough start to the season, I am very proud of my players tonight. We came out with intensity and played the hunter, rather than the hunted," Bel Air head coach Scoop Kelly said. "On the offensive end, we ran our sets with more purpose and limited our turnovers. Defensively, I thought we played better team defense. We certainly can't rest on this victory, as we must push ourselves to begin to get better starting tomorrow as we open our county schedule with a tough Patterson Mill team next Wednesday. That is always a battle as we are big rivals."
Parker Jones added two goals and one assist, while single goals were scored by Brad Casale, Garrett Utz and Sampayo. Tom Pfeiffer dished out two assists and Mike Bush and Chris Noll each had one assist.
Bobcats keeper Gavin Hanley had eight saves in the Bobcat victory.
Hawks beat Eagles
North Harford got a win Thursday, beating visiting Aberdeen, 12-3.
Max Mullin, Andrew Kropkowski and Kyle Six highlighted the victory, each scoring two goals. Single goals were scored by Brooks Billings, Randy Foster, Ryan Feiss, Colin Keating, Evan Siegel and David Cordell.
Mullin, Cordell and Nolan Hood were credited with assists. Evan Siegel led with nine ground balls and Andrew Siegel had five.
Blaise Curtis, Kyle Peters and Ben Dawson scored Aberdeen's goals. Curtis and Ethan Mauzy had assists.
North Harford played two goalies, with Cameron Brosh making four saves and Matt Geodeke making three.
Andrew Siegel was a perfect seven for seven in faceoffs and Evan Siegel won seven out of 10.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun