Playing a road match with a Chesapeake (upper) Division boys soccer foe Tuesday, the Fallston Cougars (8-0-3 overall, 4-0-2 Chesapeake) came out on top with a 3-0 whitewashing of the Perryville Panthers.

Fallston's Jordan Greenwood and Jordan Puglisi each had a goal and an assist, while teammate Dalton Riedlbauer also netted one goal. Aidon O'Donnell had one assist for Fallston.

Harford Tech outlasts Bo Manor

The Harford Tech Cobras (7-5 overall, 5-2 Susquehanna) broke a halftime tie with visiting Bo Manor Tuesday, scoring three times in the second half on their way to a 4-2 victory.

The two squads were deadlocked at 1 after one half of play.

Zack Lassack scored the Cobras' first goal in the 23rd minute, with Giovanni Iniguez providing the assist.

Jeremy Brown kicked off the hosts' scoring barrage in the first minute of the second half, scoring an unassisted goal that put the Cobras up, 2-1.

Justin Morris converted on a penalty kick in the 59th minute to give Harford Tech a 3-1 edge.

Bo Manor was awarded a penalty kick just one minute after Harford Tech, and the visitors also converted from the 12-yard hash, cutting the Cobras' lead to 3-2.

In the 69th minute, Harford Tech's Steve Chapman scored what would be the game's final goal.

Harford Tech goalie Adam Bednarek had two saves .

North Harford over Havre de Grace

The North Harford Hawks (5-2-4 overall, 2-1-3 Chesapeake) won their second straight Chesapeake Division contest Tuesday, dispatching the host Havre de Grace Warriors, 2-0.

Havre de Grace fell to 5-5-1 overall, and 1-4-1 in Chesapeake Division contests.

Garrett Sadtler and Tyler Grubb each scored for North Harford.

Aberdeen stomps Joppatowne

The Aberdeen Eagles kept their Susquehanna (lower) Division winning streak intact Tuesday night as they handed the visiting Joppatowne Mariners (2-8 overall, 1-6 Susquehanna) a 7-0 defeat.

The victory pushed Aberdeen to 7-3-1 overall for the season, and 7-0 in lower-division matches.

The Eagles' goals were evenly distributed, with Oscar Fjellander, Tyler Green, Duane Keller, Joe Nichols, Xuan Tran, Jon Baldauf and Juan Vera each scoring.

Fjellander, Green and Keller each had an assist as did Frank Jiogo, Frank Rivers, Flakron Salihu and Danny Geary.

Aberdeen led the game, 2-0, at halftime.