Girls lacrosse: John Carroll, Joppatowne win

In the only girls lacrosse game Monday that had UCBAC division meaning, Joppatowne was an easy winner at Bo Manor, 15-4, in a Susquehanna Division match. The Mariners led at the half, 10-2.

Emma McDougall led the Mariners (4-3/5-4) with five goals and three assists. Christina Miller added four goals and one assist and Emily Murphy had two goals.

Julie Sands finished with a goal and three assists. Cara Chishom, April Kinyua and Samantha Soul each also scored a goal.

Alexa Cover scored two of Bo Manor's four goals.

Joppatowne goalie Felicia Okoye had eight saves and Bo Manor keeper Kaitlyn Moise had seven.

Patriots edge Cougars

In a game rescheduled after a March postponement, host Fallston played John Carroll in a non-league contest, won by the Patriots, 11-10. John Carroll led at the half, 7-4.

Erica Bodt led the winners with four goals and one assist, while Grace Richards and Caroline Sdanowich each scored two goals. Mackenzie Reese added a goal and an assist and Colleen Zulty also scored a goal.

Sam Nolan led Fallston with four goals and one assist. Courtney Laubach also scored two goals.

John Carroll goalie Alexa Dipeso had six saves. Fallston played two goalies - Grace Deckert and Jordan Wagner – and each had three saves.

John Carroll led at the half, 7-4.

Mustangs fall to Maryvale

C. Milton Wright also took a break from league play Monday to host Maryvale Prep. The visitors posted a 16-10 win after leading by just one, 7-6, at the half.

Sara Nolan scored three goals to lead the Mustangs, while Maggie Gallagher and Abby Smucker each scored twice. Katie Gallagher, Brooke Williams and Lauren Haggerty scored single goals.

Katie Gallagher added two assists, while Haggerty and Maggie Gallagher had one assist apiece.

CMW goalie Heather McKee had nine saves.

Warriors lose at Spalding

Havre de Grace made it three county teams to play out of conference games Monday, traveling to and losing at Spalding, 15-4. The Warriors trailed 12-2 at the half.

Carly Thompson scored two goals to lead Havre de Grace, while Katie Thompson and Brianna Haffey added a goal each. Margaret Stump had the Warriors lone assist.

In goal, Abbie Blessing registered eight saves.

Mustangs beat North Harford in OT

Harford County's two best girls lacrosse teams waged a battle Thursday night in Pylesville as C. Milton Wright and North Harford vied for the top spot in the UCBAC's Chesapeake Division.

The game could not be settled in regulation and CMW won, 12-11, in overtime.

The Mustangs (5-0/9-2) won on Abby Smucker's game-high fifth goal in the final seconds of overtime.

The Mustangs had a 9-6 lead with three minutes left in regulation, but North Harford (4-1/9-3) stormed back and tied the game at 9-9 with 34 seconds left.

CMW went up 11-9 in the overtime, but the Hawks battled back to retie at 11-11, setting up Smucker's heroics.

North Harford kept itself in the game on free position shooting. The Hawks scored seven of their 11 goals from the spot.

In addition to Smucker, Lauren Haggerty and Katie Burgee each scored two goals. Brooke Williams, Katie Gallagher and Maggie Gallagher also had goals.

Maddie Dolinar led the Hawks with three goals, while Emily Clark, Kelli Gerding and Leah Monticello added two goals apiece. Brittany Boden and Julia Schrof also had goals.

Katie Gallagher also had the Mustangs only assist. Gerding had two assists for the Hawks and Boden had one.

CMW keeper Heather McKee made 10 saves and North Harford goalie Haley Ensor made seven.

CMW led 5-4 at the half.

Cougars beat Huskies

Fallston (4-1/8-3) earned a Chesapeake win Thursday night, 14-6, over visiting Patterson Mill (2-3/3-10).

Sam Nolan's four goals led the Cougars scoring, while Christina Wright added three goals. Courtney Laubach also had multiple goals with two.

Nolan also dished out five assists and Lindsay Summers had two. Wright, Jenna Mosketti and Laubach also had assists.

Emily Keesling scored two goals to lead Patterson Mill. Other goal scorers were Sam Herman, Sam Boyce, Amy Bednarek and Kelly Dyke. Herman also had one assist.

Grace Deckert (three saves) and Jordan Wagner (six saves) shared duties for Fallston and Erin Dent made 12 saves for the Huskies.

The Cougars led 8-2 at the half.

Warriors beat Mariners

Havre de Grace (5-1/7-4) bounced back from its tough loss to Harford Tech two days earlier and beat host Joppatowne, 10-6, in Susquehanna play Thursday. Joppatowne led 3-2 at the half.

Katie Thompson scored three times to pace the Warriors, who also got two goals and one assist from both Eva Villareal and Kara Nieberlein.

Haley Dean, Brianna Haffey and Carly Thompson also had goals.

Christina Miller scored twice to lead the Mariners (3-3/4-4). Single goals were scored by Katelyn Fabi, Emma McDougall, Rodneisha Scott (one assist) and Cara Chisholm (one assist).

Havre de Grace goalie Abbie Blessing finished with seven saves and Joppatowne goalie Felicia Okoye made 18 saves.

Bobcats beat Indians

Bel Air was an easy winner in Chesapeake play Thursday night, beating visiting North East, 14-3.

Hayley Krause led nine Bel Air scorers with three goals, while Cassidy Jones, Shannon Williams and Brooke Lorber each scored two goals. Danielle Wilson, Tori Gryglewski, Connor Hanley, Madison Eurice and Sam Keesey each had single goals.

Jones also had four assists and Natalie Decker had two. Williams, Gryglewski, Lorber and Morgan Hollenback each had assists.

Bel Air goalies Lucy Loughlin (four saves) and Taylor Gillis (six saves) shared goal time in the win.

Rams beat Bluebirds

Taking a break from the league schedule, Edgewood (3-3/5-6) earned a non-league win over visiting Kenwood Friday, winning, 18-7.

Natalee Olah led the Rams with six goals and Kara Andrews added five. Ladae Boykin chipped in with three goals and Alyssa Rankin scored twice. Adding single goals were Cynthia Ford and Caitlin Rankin.

Kelly Ditterweich and Elana Urie paced Kenwood's efforts with two goals each.

Andrews led the Rams assist efforts with three, while Boykin and Olah had one each.

Edgewood goalie Taylor Kennedy-Larosa made 17 saves and Kenwood keeper Amy Genovese had six.

Panthers beat Rams

A night earlier, in a Susquehanna game played in Perryville, the host Panthers (3-3/5-5) beat the Edgewood Rams, 19-15. Caitlin Rankin scored five goals and Alyssa Rankin scored four.

Ford, Andrews and Boykin each scored two goals.

Edgewood assists were credited to Olah, Alyssa Rankin, Andrews, Boykin and Megan Poniatowski.

Perryville's Savannah Fox led all scorers with seven goals and she also had one assist.

Kennedy-Larosa made nine saves in the Rams goal.

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