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Girls soccer season continued Monday with wins by Bel Air, Edgewood and Fallston

Girls soccer teams were back in action Monday as the non-league part of the schedules gets teams ready for the league games yet to come.

Headlining Monday's action, Bel Air visited Harford Tech and left with a 2-0 win. Both goals were scored in the second half.

Jordan Layfield and Kayla Klock each tallied goals and Jaimie Layfield added one assist.

Bel Air goalie Andrea Sipos had nine saves and Tech keeper Julie Ransone finished with 15) saves.

Rams edge Eagles

Edgewood picked up a win at home, edging Aberdeen, 4-3. The Rams led at the half, 4-1.

Edgewood's Isabella Barbieri scored twice, while Ladae Boykin and Megan Poniatowski had single goals. Melanie Parncutt, Poniatowski, Alyssa Rankin and Caitlin Rankin had assists.

Leah Hardin scored a pair of goals for Aberdeen and Sarah Tyc had the other goal. Becca Lewis and Faith Edmondson had assists.

Edgewood goalie Nasia Denegal made seven saves and Aberdeen keeper Katie Sanderson had 11 saves.

Cougars get win

Fallston shut out visiting North East, 3-0, on goals by Sierrah Taylor, Alicyn Lose and Cortney Epstein. Logan Gasior had two assists and Mary Beth Esposito had one.

Hawks suffer loss

North Harford lost at St. Paul's, 1-0, in a game that ended in the fifth minute of sudden death overtime. Emilia Ferrara had eight saves for the Hawks, while St. Paul's keeper, Tiffany McKee had 14 saves.

Warriors lose, too

Havre de Grace dropped its season opener, losing at Bo Manor, 3-1. Colleen Riding scored for the Warriors, who trailed at the half, 2-1. Goalie Riley Arnold had seven saves.

Huskies win, tie at Northeast

Patterson Mill played Northeast to a 2-2 tie and shut out, Lackey, 8-0, Saturday at the Northeast-Anne Arundel Tourney.

Jess Littlepage and Peyton Marge netted goals in the tie with Northeast, while Gabby Samra and Sam Ditmar each had assists.

Huskies goalie Sam Wuerfl made eight saves.

In the win, Wuerfl came out of the goal to score two goals, while single goals were scored by Littlepage, Jenna Staton, Sam Ditmar, Rachel Thoner, Haley Davies and Erin Dunnigan. Staton added two assists and single assists were credited to Savannah Dawson, Sydney Ditmar, Sam Davies and Kristen Bechtel.

Tech wins Hawks tournament

Harford Tech posted wins over Edgewood and North Harford Saturday to claim the title at the North Harford tournament. Tech beat Edgewood, 3-1, in the opening round and then defeated North Harford, 1-1 (3-2 in penalty kicks) in the title match. North Harford beat Aberdeen, 3-0, in the opening round. Edgewood blanked Aberdeen, 4-0, in the consolation round.

In Edgewood's win, Alyssa Rankin, Melanie Parncutt, Alex van Grafeiland and Angela Wood tallied goals. Alyssa Rankin, Caitlin Rankin, Isabella Barbieri, Ladae Boykin and Melanie Parncutt were credited with assists.

Friday's opening action

Bel Air, North Harford and C. Milton Wright each opened the girls soccer season Friday with wins. Patterson Mill wasn't so fortunate.

In Bel Air's win the Bobcats visited Mount de Sales and left a 3-0 winner. Kayla Klock netted all three Bel Air goals, with Jordan Layfield (2) and Jaimie Layfield adding assists.

Andrea Sipos collected four saves in goal for het first varsity win. The Bobcats led 1-0 at the half.

Mustangs blank Eagles

CMW played host to Aberdeen and won, 2-0, on Friday. The lead was 1-0 at the half.

Alyssa Austen scored in the 32nd minute and Julia O'Mara tallied in the ninth minute of the second half. Katie Burgee assisted on both goals. CMW outshot Aberdeen, 12-3.

CMW goalie Stacy Venanzi made three saves, while Aberdeen keeper Katie Sanderson had seven saves.

Hawks beat Panthers

Homestanding North Harford defeated Perryville 6-2 on Friday afternoon in the season opener for both teams.

Sophomore forward Maria Auth opened the scoring four minutes into the contest on a 15-yard shot from the left side following a pass from Tessa Mirjafary. Mirjafary scored herself, seven minutes later, hitting a line drive shot from 18 yards out. She was assisted by Auth.

Perryville cut the deficit in half with a goal from Tori Antoshak before Olivia Ebey scored off a Savanna Testerman pass to give the Hawks a 3-1 lead at intermission.

In the second half North Harford scored three more times with two goals from freshman Lindsay Young and another tally by Auth. Allison Beers, Kaylee Holliger and Emilia Ferrarra had second half assists. Perryville scored the final tally in the closing minutes .

Goalie Emilia Ferrara had 6 saves for the Hawks. Jodi Enfield had two saves in late second half action for North Harford.

Huskies fall

Patterson Mill dropped its opener at Perry Hall on Friday, 2-1. The Huskies trailed 2-0 at the half.

Sam Davies netted Patterson Mill's lone goal unassisted Huskies goalie Sam Wuerfl finished a busy day with 15 saves.

Patriots lose home opener

John Carroll (1-1), playing its first home game of the year and without two experienced starters, suffered a 2-1 loss to Hereford on Friday.

The Patriots had to deal with two penalty shots in the game's first 12 minutes. Goalie Katie Cooper saved the first shot, but was unable to stop the second.

The Patriots drew even on their own penalty shot by Megan Amrein, but Hereford put in the game winner at the 25-minute mark of the first half on a direct kick from 18 yards out.

Cooper finished with three saves.

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