Monday's MPSSAA regional field hockey sectional final rounds saw two local squads earn shutout victories, and with them a spot in Wednesday's regional championship matchups.

C. Milton Wright came through with a 4-0 win over Bel Air in the 3A North Section II final, while Patterson Mill knocked off Harford Tech, 8-0, in the 1A North Section II title game.

For their respective regional championship contests on Wednesday, CMW will play a road game with Section I champ Towson, while Patterson Mill travels to play Section I's North East Indians. Both of those matchups are slated to start at 3:30 p.m.

CMW drops Bel Air

The C. Milton Wright girls, 3A North Section II top seeds who blanked North Harford in their second-round matchup on Thursday, added one more shutout to their list on Monday, as the Mustangs defeated visiting Bel Air, 4-0, in a the sectional title game.

Including post-season and tournament contests, the Mustangs have whitewashed their opponents 13 times this season.

Jenny Eckert scored the first goal, finding the Bel Air net after taking a feed from Haley Matthai at the 4:07 mark.

Later in the first half, Matthai notched a goal that was assisted by Sabrina Rhodes.

Rhodes sealed up the victory for the Mustangs in the second half, as she tucked away two unassisted goals to run the hosts' lead up to 4-0.

In goal for the Mustangs, Sydney Rhodes had four saves.

Huskies moving on

The second-seeded Patterson Mill Huskies pounded top-seeded host Harford Tech on Monday, 8-0, in the 1A North Section II final.

Linnea Gonzalez, just four days removed from scoring all three goals in Patterson Mill's win over Fallston in the sectional semifinal, was the Huskies' big offensive contributor on Monday as well, netting four goals, while also dishing out two assists.

Hannali Patidar, Taylor Wilhelm, Mariel Castronova and Maria Mazariegos all scored once.

Julie Sibbesen posted two assists, while Abby Smith, Hailey Horton, Castronova and Mazariegos all had one assist.

Patterson Mill goalie Maddie Hedrick had two saves.

Harford Tech's Hannah Snyder was credited with 17 saves in goal.

Edgewood knocked out

The second-seeded Edgewood Rams were knocked out of the 2A North bracket just one step away from the regional title game on Monday, as they were topped, 2-1, by top-seeded host Rising Sun in the Section II final.

On Thursday, in their second-round contest with visiting third seed Elkton, the Rams extended their season with a 3-1 victory over the Golden Elks.