For the first time in as many as 15 years, Joppatowne beat Harford Tech in boys soccer.The Mariners (3-0, 4-2) took control of the UCBAC Susquehanna Division standings with their 2-1 win Thursday over the homestanding Cobras (2-2, 3-5).Tajohn Willis scored the Mariners first goal in the fifth minute and Dylan Purkey scored the game-winner with 11 minutes left in the game.Tech's goal was scored by Colin Dehner in the 13th minute of the first half.Joppatowne goalie Zach Wagner and Tech goalie Adam Bednarek each had eight saves.Mustangs beat TigersC. Milton Wright (4-0, 6-2) stayed atop the Chesapeake Division standings with its 4-0 shutout of visiting Rising Sun Thursday night.Kyle Walters found the net twice to pace the Mustangs scoring, while Conner Appleby and Seth Walter each scored single goals.Rob Elliott and Walter each added an assist. Mustangs goalie Ryan Miller made two saves, while Tigers keeper Bryce Calhoun had 11 saves.The Mustangs led, 2-0, at halftime.Cougars upend BobcatsFallston (3-0, 9-1) kept itself near the top of the Chesapeake Division standings with a 4-1 win over the host Bel Air Bobcats (1-1-2, 6-1-3).Quinn Burke, Cooper Andrus and Jake Kaufman scored goals for the Cougars and Ryan Tarrant added a penalty kick.Bel Air's only goal also came on a penalty kick.Huskies beat EaglesPatterson Mill (6-5) defeated host Harford Christian, 6-3, Thursday. Larsen Green led the way with three goals, while Kyle Goudy, Tom Kraus and Ryan Greezicki each added single goals.Rob Gentry, Jake Lapinsky, Kyle McCollum, Cameron Neumann and Josh Turing each had assists. Goalie Chris Giba made six saves in goal.Eagles reboundHarford Christian rebounded with a 7-1 league win over visiting Granite Baptist on Friday.Ian Edwards led the Eagles with three goals and an assist, while Noah Akers and Chris Beirle netted two goals apiece. Beirle also had an assist.Panthers beat RamsEdgewood (0-2, 0-8) stayed winless Thursday after a 5-2 loss at Perryville in Susquehanna Division play.John Hamamcioglu and Chris Hawley scored two goals each for the Panthers.