Patterson Mill, North Harford win in boys soccer Wednesday

The Patterson Mill boys soccer team cruised to a 10-0 victory over the visiting North East Indians Wednesday.

Phil McDonald, Logan Hennlein and Colin Pabst each scored two goals to lead the Huskies.

Brandon Ortiz, Connor Neumann, Jake Ross and Laz Cardwell each scored once for Patterson Mill.

Neumann dished out a team-best two assists, while Tommy O'Neill, Pat Springer, Joey Matassa and Pat Kiley each had one assist.

Splitting time in the Patterson Mill net, goalies Ian Dowding and Adam Walker each posted two saves.

Hawks over Cobras

The North Harford Hawks earned a road victory Wednesday, topping the Harford Tech Cobras, 5-0.

Josh Scholz, Randall Foster, Michael Green, Kyle Six and Noah Krach each had a goal.

Harford Tech's goalie Adam Bednarek registered eight saves.

Robert Fiackos posted three saves in the victory.

Bobcats pummel Elks

The Bel Air boys soccer team won big Tuesday night, pummeling the visiting Elkton Golden Elks, 9-0.

Nat Hand led the Bobcats, putting forth a three-goal, one-assist performance.

Carson Kalama had one goal and one assist in the victory, while Austin McKinney, Alex Munley, Andrew Marinich, Brandon Tolson and Kyle Warner all had one goal.

Bel Air goalie Garrett Lorenz posted his second straight shutout, notching four saves in the process.

Aberdeen over Harford Christian

The Aberdeen Eagles beat host-team Harford Christian, 3-1, on Tuesday afternoon.

The guests led, 2-1, at the halftime break.

Flakron Salihu scored twice in the victory, while teammate Madoni Flores had one goal.

Aberdeen's Joe Nichols, Tyler Green and Duane Keller each had one assist.

Harford Christian's goal was scored by John Wilson

Aberdeen goalie Thomas Moore had four saves, while Aurelius Page racked up six saves while tending the Harford Christian net.

CMW edged by Gilman

The C. Milton Wright Mustangs suffered a 2-0 shutout loss to visiting Gilman Tuesday.

The hosts were trailing at halftime, 1-0.

CMW goalie Logan Keys posted nine saves in the loss.

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