Harford Christian continues shutout string in boys soccer, beats Calvary 8-0 Monday

The Harford Christian Eagles added to their impressive string of shutout victories on Monday afternoon, beating the host Calvary Baptist squad, 8-0.

The whitewashing on Monday was Harford Christian's seventh straight shutout, and it moved the Eagles to 8-0 on the season.

Seth McCarty scored a hat trick and passed out two assists to lead the Eagle offense.

Paul Franco had two goals and one assist, while Ian Edwards had one goal and one assist.

Mike Lavin and Jared Lanchak both scored once and Ben Weaver posted one assist.

Fallston over Middletown

Playing at home in a Monday match with Middletown, the Fallston Cougars (4-0) blanked the guests, 3-0.

Sam Boyd scored twice for the winning side, while Jordan Puglisi had one goal. Jordan Greenwood and Chris Grant both handed out one assist.

Bel Air shut down

Bel Air (2-2) suffered a shutout loss on Monday, as the Bobcats were defeated, 2-0, by host Severna Park.

Fallston wins thriller

The Fallston boys knocked off the powerhouse St. Mark's boys soccer squad, 1-0, in a Saturday road matchup.

The game remained scoreless through two halves of regulation and one sudden-death overtime period. In the second overtime period, Fallston's Jordan Greenwood scored the game-winning goal with an assist by Ben Smith.

The Cougars were playing two men down at the time of the winning tally, with two players dismissed with red cards.

Tech over Joppa

Harford Tech (1-2) took a road victory on Friday, as the Cobras whitewashed host Joppatowne, 4-0.

Jeremy Brown scored twice for the Cobras, while Nathan Haskell and Zach McAdam each netted one goal.

Steve Chapman and Justin Morris dished out one assist apiece.

Harford Tech keeper Adam Bednarek had five saves.

Austin Koscan posted six saves in goal for Joppatowne (1-1).

Harford Tech led, 1-0, at halftime.

Bel Air edges Annapolis

With two minutes remaining in regulation time of Bel Air's Friday road game with Annapolis, the Bobcats' Brandon Tolson scored the winning goal of a 2-1 victory for the visitors.

Assisting Tolson's goal was Shamus Riley, who took an indirect kick just outside the 18-yard box.

Tolson also scored Bel Air's first goal, off of a corner kick taken by Jason Dinsmore, with one minute remaining in the first half.

Bel Air's Garrett Lorenz had four saves in goal.

Harford Christian thumps Frederick

The Harford Christian Eagles won another shutout on Friday, beating visiting Frederick Christian, 9-0.

Paul Franco scored a hat trick and handed one assist, while teammate Seth McCarty scored twice and led the Eagles with three assists. Noah Akers had one goal and two assists, while Ian Edwards and Luke Fletcher both had one goal and one assist. Jake Little netted one goal, and Chris Beirle had one assist.

North Harford beats Rising Sun

The North Harford boys earned a soccer victory over Rising Sun on Thursday, shutting down the visiting Tigers, 2-0.

North Harford's Kyle Munson and Jordan Abouhantash each netted one goal in the victory.

The Hawks' lone assist was dished out by Mic Green.

Goalie Andrew Klapka held the Tigers scoreless, picking up seven saves along the way.

The win put North Harford at 5-0-1 for the year.

Harford Christian takes another shutout

The victories just keep rolling in for the Harford Christian Eagles, who posted another whitewash on Thursday afternoon, defeating visiting Aberdeen, 3-0.

The Eagles have five straight shutouts to their credit, and have outscored their opponents, 28-0, over that five-game stretch.

Scoring in Thursday's matchup was kicked off by Ryan Redmond, who tucked away a goal in the first half with an assist from Seth McCarty.

Later in the first half, McCarty struck for the Eagles' second tally, scoring off an assist by Paul Franco.

Harford Christian led, 2-0, at the halftime whistle.

The second half saw Franco notch his second goal of the game, this one with an assist by Ben Weaver, to close out scoring for the day.

The Eagles are unbeaten so far this season at 6-0.

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