The Fallston field hockey squad picked up its first Chesapeake Division victory of the season on Wednesday night, as the Cougars edged out host Patterson Mill, 2-1.
The victory put Fallston at 4-2-1 overall, and 1-0-1 in upper-division play. The Huskies fell to 2-3 overall, and 0-2 against Chesapeake opponents.
"[There] was excellent goalie play on both sides tonight," Fallston head coach Alice Puckett said. "Both teams has 19 shots. It was a very exciting game, with a lot of offense from both teams."
Patterson Mill kicked off scoring near the 16-minute mark, as Taylor Wilhelm scored with an assist by Alyssa Jourdan.
The Huskies went into the halftime break still holding their 1-0 advantage.
In the second half, Fallston's Jenna Caldwell tied the match, scoring off an assist by Erin McClelland. Becky Street later scored the game-winning goal for the Cougars, with the assist coming from Jane Bradley.
Fallston goalie Kayla Solomon had 12 saves.
Patterson Mill's Maddie Hedrick had 13 saves in goal.
Bel Air bashes Perryville
The Bel Air Bobcats (5-0 overall, 1-0 Chesapeake) dispatched visiting Perryville on Wednesday, 6-1.
The Bobcats goals were well portioned out, with Olivia Auer, Meghan Scary, Anna Farley, Kailee Chavis, Judy Yurkofsky and Lauren Fisher each found the Perryville net one time.
Yurkofsky, Auer and Jessica Vazquez all had one assist.
CMW stays perfect
Playing on their home field Wednesday night, the C. Milton Wright Mustangs (6-0 overall) won a non-UCBAC contest with St. Mary's Ryken, defeating their guests, 3-0.
CMW's had one goal in the first half, with Maggie Gallagher knocking away a shot after taking a feed from Jenny Eckert.
Five minutes into the second half, Eckert sent a penalty corner insertion to Sabrina Rhodes, who found the net to give CMW a 2-0 cushion.
The Mustangs' Audrey Boroshok scored the game's final goal with eight minutes remaining in the game to seal up the win. Rhodes provided the assist in the last tally.
CMW goalkeepers Sydney Rhodes and Nicole Leighty combined efforts in the shutout.
North Harford wins with one goal
North Harford (3-0 overall, 1-0 Chesapeake) picked up a big upper-division victory on Wednesday, as the Hawks made their one and only goal count in a 1-0 victory against visiting North East.