The UCBAC girls lacrosse divisions are still up for grabs and all four contending teams are unbeaten in their respective divisions.
In the Chesapeake (upper) Division, C. Milton Wright joined North Harford at 4-0 after its 12-6 win at Patterson Mill Tuesday. North Harford went to 4-0 with its win over Havre de Grace Monday.
Meanwhile, in Susquehanna action Tuesday, Harford Tech and Perryville both improved to 5-0 with wins. Tech beat host Aberdeen, 17-9, and Perryville beat host Joppatowne, 11-8.
In CMW's win, Abby Smucker scored four goals and assisted on another to pace the Mustangs, who improved to 10-1 overall. Brooke Williams added two goals and one assist, while Maggie Gallagher and Katie Burgee also scored two goals each. Lauren Cavanaugh and Sarah Piazza also had goals and Renee Landis added one assist.
Patterson Mill scoring was led by Sam Herman's two goals. Gabby Vujanic added one goal and two assists, while Allie Poust had one goal and one assist. Mariel Castronova and Megan Wedekind also had goals for the Huskies.
CMW goalie Alexis Strouse had three saves and Patterson Mill goalie Erin Dent had 19 saves. CMW led 6-3 at the half.
Cobras beat Eagles
Tech's win was highlighted by Gabby Spalt's seven goals. Megan Campbell added five goals, while single goals were scored by Tori Arcilesi, Courtney Poole, Amanda Weir, Brittany Bowman and Becca Williams.
Poole had three assists and Cobras (7-1 overall) with single assists were Williams, Alex Blanco and Spalt.
Tech goalie Bryana Weston-Wyatt had 12 saves.
Panthers beat Mariners
Perryville's win, its ninth overall without a loss, featured seven goal scorers, four with multiple goals.
Hannah Wein led the scoring with five goals, while Leah Ports and Ali Watson each scored two goals. Taylor Poore and Morgan Pescheck had single goals.
Joppatowne (1-4 league, 3-6 overall) was led by Christina Miller's three goals and Carlie Reuling's two. Rodneisha Scott, Katelyn Fabi and Jillian Graul also scored for the Mariners, who trailed at the half, 7-3.
Joppatowne goalie Felicia Okoye finished with 12 saves and Perryville keeper Mariah Fields made 10.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun