The Harford Tech Cobras kept their UCBAC Susquehanna Division record perfect Wednesday night with a 13-1 win over host Perryville.
The Cobras (3-0 division/3-4 overall) shut out the Panthers (1-3/1-6) in the first half for an 8-0 halftime lead.
Zack Valenti, Tyler Fullem and Ron Huber each scored three goals to guide the Cobras offensively.
Zac Taylor added a pair of goals, while Mike Mentzer and Mike Vega each tallied one goal.
Mentzer and Valenti also had two assists apiece, while Dan Ashburn and Ron Huber had one assist each.
Kyle Savick netted Perryville's only goal with an assist from Dakota Dunman.
Tech goalie Sean Klein finished with seven saves. Panthers' keeper Danny Wilson made 13 saves.
Huskies edge Hawks
Patterson Mill (3-0/8-2) also remained perfect in Chesapeake Division action Wednesday night in Pylesville, edging the homestanding North Harford, 7-6, in a game that was tied 5-5 at the half.
Josh Wilson, Chase Wedekind and Mike McIntyre each scored two goals and Chase Tallon added a single goal to pace the Huskies scoring.
Randy Foster led North Harford (0-2/6-3) with three goals and Andrew Seigel scored two. John Heaps added a single goal in the loss.
Wedekind had Patterson Mill's lone assist, while Brooks Billings and Seigel had assists for North Harford.
Patterson Mill goalie Jay Kuhn made 14 saves. Cameron Brosh had nine for the Hawks.
Patterson Mill defensemen Tony Roney, Nick Roney, Zach Stryjewski and Colin Etzel played their third straight solid division game for the Huskies.
Mustangs beat Warriors
Despite trailing at Havre de Grace for three quarters Wednesday night, C. Milton Wright (1-2/6-3) came back to post a 16-13 win in Chesapeake action.
Alex Meholic led the winners with four goals and one assist and Wade Rollins had three goals and one assist. Nick Kuzma tallied two goals and two assists, while Max Matthai (one assist) and Dan Kissner also scored two goals each. Matt Bollinger, Andy LeBrun and Drew Kissner each had single goals.
Havre de Grace was led by Justin Gosnell's game-high five goals and one assist. Gosnell also had a team-leading 12 ground balls. Chris Anderson added four goals and one assist and Donald Matts had a goal and assist. Casey Brown added two assists.
Nick Burley, Connor Haffey and goalie Brian Cameron each added single goals. Cameron's came when he went coast-to-coast for the unusual score in the second quarter. Cameron also had 18 saves in goal, many in spectacular fashion, according to head coach Brooks Brown. Close defenseman Tyler Coakley added an assist and nine ground balls.
Mariners edge Eagles
Joppatowne and host Aberdeen needed overtime Wednesday to settle a 9-8 Joppatowne win in Susquehanna play. Joppatowne's Austin Kocsan had five goals, including the game-winning goal in OT to give the Mariners (1-2/1-7) their first win.
Blaise Curtis, Kyle Peters and Kevin Shumaker each scored two goals to lead the Eagles (1-2/2-5). Brendon Snead added a goal and assist and Jon Jones also scored a goal. Shumaker also had an assist.
Patriots split a pair
John Carroll split two games over the past week, losing to visiting Saints Peter and Paul, 13-11, last Friday, but bouncing back to beat Archbishop Curley 15-10 on Tuesday.
In the loss, the Patriots (4-2/5-2) found themselves in penalty trouble which put them a man and two men down for much of the game. Kevin Gambrell scored three goals in the loss, while Sully Gerety and Dominic Mezzanotte (one assist) scored two goals each. Jake Brown, Clarke Grube, Eric McIntyre and Carson Walton each had single goals.
In the goal, Alex Gambrell made five saves and Jack Miller came on to make six saves.
In the win, John Carroll got three goals from Gerety (one assist), Walton and Eric Riley. Mezzanotte added two goals and one assist, while Jack Hinder, Brown, Nick Druelinger and Mike Thompson each scored one goal. Cody Sanders and Kevin Gambrell also had assists.
Alex Gambrell (eight saves) and Miller (six saves) split time in the Patriots goal. Luke Steibe, Hinder, Ethan McMillan and Jake Filling were credited and recognized for great defense by coach Keith Hinder.
Also in Chesapeake play Wednesday, Bel Air (2-1/4-3) beat North East, 16-3.