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CMW field hockey team shuts out Perryville

The C. Milton Wright field hockey team scored four goals in the first half Wednesday, and that's all the Mustangs needed en route to an 4-0 UCBAC Chesapeake Division win over visiting Perryville.

Emily Brandt started CMW's (3-1-2 league, 4-4-3) scoring with an unassisted goal four minutes into the game. Olivia Beachley followed with an unassisted goal six minutes later.

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Haley Matthai scored CMWs third goal with an assist from Beachley. Beachley then closed out the scoring with her second unassisted goal.

CMW played three goalies in the whitewash. Sydney Rhodes had no saves, while Natalie Corson and Giuliana Leighty were each credited with three saves.

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Huskies blank Indians

Patterson Mill (3-2-1, 5-6-1) won at North East, 5-0, in Chesapeake play on Wednesday.

Linnea Gonzales scored four times for the Huskies and Hailey Horton had a single goal.

Goalie Grace Baltimore had three saves.

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Warriors beaten by Elks

Havre de Grace lost to visiting Elkton, 7-1, in Susquehanna play.

Freshman Luann Blake scored the only goal for the Warriors (2-5, 2-9) with an assist from sophomore Nikita Patel. Havre de Grace goalie Jeannette Luna had 12 saves.

Other Wednesday scores

In other league games, Edgewood (6-2, 6-4) beat visiting Aberdeen (2-5, 2-9), 3-2, in overtime in a Susquehanna game. Fallston (3-1, 5-6-1) edged visiting Bel Air (3-2, 7-4), 1-0, in Chesapeake play.

Eagles continue to roll

The Harford Christian School field hockey team improved to 8-1 Tuesday, beating Mercy, 2-0, on the road.

Lily Loomis scored both Harford Christian goals, unassisted in the first half.

Harford goalie Audreyanna Howell not have a save.

Hawks lose at home

North Harford (6-5-1) took a break from the UCBAC schedule Tuesday and lost to visiting Garrison Forest, 2-0. The winners scored a goal in each half.

Hawks goalie Skylar Limpert made nine saves.

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