Boys soccer: Harford Christian beats Edgewood; North Harford ties; Bel Air splits in its tourney

Harford Christian stepped away from its MACSAC boys soccer schedule Monday afternoon to beat visiting Edgewood, 6-1, at Harford Christian in Dublin.

Seth McCarty scored three times to lead the Eagles, who scored three goals in each half. John Wilson, Vince Wilson and Luke Steelman added a goal each. Steelman's goal was unassisted off a corner kick. McCarty and Vince Wilson also added assists.

Brandon Chase scored Edgewood's lone goal.

Hawks, Hereford tie

North Harford stepped away from its UCBAC schedule Monday night, going to Baltimore County and battling Hereford to a 1-1 tie through two overtime periods.

Mic Green tallied the Hawks only goal with assist from David Meyer in the first half. Hereford tied the game in the second half.

Hawks goalie Robert Giackos had eight saves.

Bel Air splits in tourney

Bel Air beat John Carroll, but lost to a talented Walter Johnson club in the Bel Air Soccer Tournament Saturday.

The Bobcats opened with a 2-0 win over the Patriots. The game was scoreless at halftime. Bel Air's second half goals came from Carson Kalama and Ryan Tritsch, with assists by Mike Gemma and Kalama.

In the second game, Bel Air was beaten, 3-1, in a game also scoreless at the half. Nat Hand had the Bobcats' lone tally, assisted by Kalama.

Bel Air beats Rising Sun

The Bel Air boys soccer team got in the win column Thursday afternoon with a 3-0 victory at Rising Sun. The game was scoreless at the half.

Bel Air's three second half goals were scored by Brandon Tolson, Alex Miller and Carson Kalama. Danny Morgan, Nat Hand and Mike Gemma had assists.

Mustangs win in OT

Host C. Milton Wright earned a 1-0 win over Hereford Thursday on Andy Lebrun's unassisted goal. Mustangs goalie Colin Miller had four saves.

HCS wins big

Harford Christian won, 10-0, Thursday at Frederick Christian Academy.

John Wilson led the Eagles with a pair of goals and a pair of assists. Vince Wilson and Jesse Anderson also scored two goals each.

Luke Steelman, Ryan Redmond and Seth McCarty each had single goals and McCarty had three assists.

HdG beats Mariners, again

For the second time in eight days, Havre de Grace defeated Joppatowne. The latest win, 2-0, came Thursday. Cory Evangelista scored the Warriors' first goal unassisted late in the first half. Farhan Bachu scored the second goal, also unassisted, in the second half.

Warriors goalkeeper James Antonoplos had four saves.

Indians edge Rams

Edgewood put up a good battle, but lost at North East Thursday, 2-1.

Nathan Duncan had the lone goal for the Rams in a game that Edgewood Coach Ho Chang believed the officials could have done a better job.

"Officials need to have better control of the game," Chang wrote in an email. "It took North East player to tackle a Edgewood player at full speed with his head down in the second half before they started to call fouls. The North East player was clearly not going for the ball. He was embracing for contact and was given a yellow for this offense that took my player out of game."

Rams goalie Eric Glover had 19 saves.

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