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Bel Air, CMW still tied atop boys soccer division standings

The C Milton Wright and Bel Air boys soccer teams took another step toward tying for the UCBAC's Chesapeake Division title Tuesday night, each scoring two goals to win.

The Mustangs (4-0-1 league, 9-0-2) celebrated senior night by beating Havre de Grace, 2-0. The Warriors are 0-4 and 7-5.

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Senior Alex Battaglia scored both CMW goals, with Robbie Elliott and Andrew Mastromanolis each adding an assist.

CMW goalie Ryan Miller made one save and Havre de Grace keeper Aaron Toepfer finished with eight saves.

Bobcats edge Cougars

Bel Air's win came at Fallston, by a 2-1 count. The Bobcats are 4-0-1 and 9-1-1 and Fallston is 2-2 and 5-5.

Bel Air goals were scored by Daniel Milad and John Allen McKinney, with assists coming from Matt Rannie and Logan Szekalski.

Bobcats goalie Garrett Lorenz had four saves.

HCS wins

Harford Christian School hosted Calvary Baptist of Glen Burnie Tuesday and won, 7-1. The Eagles are 13-1.

Paul, Franco led the way with three goals and an assist, while Ian Edwards added two goals and two assists.

Noah Akers and Jake Edwards also scored goals and Alex Caldwell and James Howell each had an assist.

Huskies blank Eagles

Patterson Mill (6-5) blanked host Aberdeen (3-6-2), 2-0, Tuesday in a Chesapeake game that left both teams with 2-3 division records.

Patterson Mill goals were scored by Larson Green and Caleb Hebb, with assists tallied by Kyle Goudy and Green. Kevin Neumann made four saves in the Huskies goal.

Tigers top Mariners

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Joppatowne (3-2, 4-6) fell to visiting Rising Sun, 3-1, Tuesday in Susquehanna action.

The Tigers jumped ahead with the game's only first half goal in the 39th minute, but Joppatowne answered on a penalty kick goal from Tajhon Willis, nine minutes into the second half.

Rising Sun added two more goals to close out the game.

Panthers beat Cobras

Harford Tech (0-5, 2-6) remained winless in Susquehanna play, losing at Perryville, 4-0, Tuesday.

The Panthers scored all four goals in the second half.

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