Despite Tuesday's on and off heavy rain, a few Harford County girls lacrosse teams found ways to play.
Among them, Edgewood visited Elkton in a key UCBAC Susquehanna (lower) Division game. Edgewood won, 10-8, giving the Rams the division championship.
Edgewood (6-0 league, 8-3 overall) will play in the final UCBAC girls lacrosse title game on Monday at 5 p.m. at Havre de Grace's James R. Harris Stadium. Chesapeake (upper) champion C. Milton Wright will be the opponent.
In Tuesday's win, Edgewood's Tatiyona Stamper led the scoring with three goals. Freshman Jordan Carll added a pair of goals, while single goals were scored by Vonyah Simon, Allison Bomhardt, Ladea Boykin, Megan Poniatowski and Alyssa Rankin.
Rams goalie Savannah Kerr finished with five saves. The Rams led 7-4 at halftime.
Mustangs beat Huskies
CMW wrapped up the Chesapeake title on Tuesday as well, beating Patterson Mill, 14-6. The game was played on the turf at CMW, but Patterson Mill served as the host. CMW led 9-1 at half.
Haley Alexander, Julia O'Mara and Maggie Gallagher each scored three goals to pace the Mustangs (5-0 league, 7-3 overall) and Lauren Haggerty added two goals.
Lauren Cavanaugh, Haley Matthai and Mackenzie Aponte each scored one goal.
Gabby Vujanic led the Huskies (2-4 league, 5-8 overall) with two goals and an assist and Sam Herman also scored two goals.
Mariel Castronova and Gabby Chenworth scored the other goals and Haley Scribner had one assist.
CMW goalie Skye Graham made six saves and Patterson Mill goalie Abby Smith had four.
Cougars beat Warriors
Fallston was also a winner Tuesday, beating host Havre de Grace 11-5 in Chesapeake action. The Cougars (4-1 league, 10-3 overall) led 6-3 at the half.
Kayla Reilly scored four goals to pace the Cougars and Caroline English had three goals and one assist.
Logan Gasior (one assist), Krista Cooper, Sophia Pinton and Maddie Hurlburt also scored goals.
Katie Thompson led the Warriors (0-5 league, 5-6 overall) with two goals and one assist. Haley Dean, Maddi Cypher and Colleen McCormick also scored for Havre de Grace.
Warriors goalie Lauren Butler was credited with 14 saves.