Bel Air, North Harford and Edgewood won their girls soccer matchups Monday afternoon, while C. Milton Wright lost its first game of the season.

The Bel Air girls soccer team defeated Aberdeen, 5-0, in a non-division game between UCBAC teams.

Juliana Portera, Shannon Williams, Gabriele Encarnacion, Brooke Tauber and Renie Tsomos each tallied goals for the Bobcats, who improved to 3-0.

The Bobcats got assists from Morgan Rusinko, Jordan Layfield, Jaimie Layfield and Natalie Decker.

Bel Air goalie Andrea Sipos made three saves and Aberdeen goalie Elena League had eight.

Bel Air led 1-0 at the half.

Mustangs suffer loss

C. Milton Wright (2-1) suffered its first loss Monday as Mercy edged the Mustangs, 3-2, in overtime. The game was tied 1-1 at the half.

CMW goals were scored by Megan Pavlitsa and Mackenzie Cunningham. Julia O'Mara had one assist.

The Mustangs were outshot, 10-9.

CMW goalie Stacy Venanzi finished with seven saves.

Hawks beat Elks

North Harford defeated host Elkton, 4-1, Monday in non-division play between UCBAC schools.

Elkton scored first with a goal from Michaela Naughton off a corner kick and carried the lead into the second half.

North Harford countered with four unanswered scores in the second half. Meghan O'Donnell scored three times and also had one assist. Katie Clark scored the other goal for the Hawks and Maria Auth dished out three assists.

North Harford also won Friday, shutting out visiting Aberdeen, 3-0.

In North Harford's win, Kaylee Holliger scored for the Hawks in the first half, assisted by Meghan O'Donnell. In the second half, Lindsey Young scored after receiving a pass from Maria Auth. O'Donnell closed the scoring following an assisting pass from Katir Clark. Elena League had five saves for Aberdeen, while Emilia Ferrera had seven for the Hawks. Jordan Hughes also played in goal, making two saves for the Hawks.

Rams beat Eagles

Edgewood also played a non-division contest at Bo Manor Monday and came home with a 6-2 win.

Megan Poniatowski netted three goals to lead the Rams, while single goals were added by Alyssa Rankin, Caitlin Rankin and Alex Van Graafeiland. Lane Brooks scored both Bo Manor goals.