The Harford Christian School field hockey team continued its dominance over public school opposition Tuesday, hosting and blanking visiting Edgewood, 5-0, in non-league action for both teams.The Eagles, who improved to 12-1, led at the half, 2-0. Edgewood is 6-6.Lily Loomis continued her hot scoring streak with a pair of goals and one assist. Julia Smith also scored twice and had an assist. Lissi Druyor also scored for the Eagles.Huskies beat GatorsPatterson Mill (6-7-1) picked up a non-league win Tuesday, edging visiting Perry Hall, 3-2. The Huskies led, 2-0, at half.Linnea Gonzales scored twice in the win and Mia Godbey added a goal, assisted by Gonzales.Katelyn Fuller and Logan Oh scored goals for Perry Hall.Bobcats beat HawksBel Air (4-2, 8-4) closed its season at home with a 2-0 win over North Harford (3-2-1, 6-7-1).Samantha Keesey and Miranda Salters had the goals. Anna Farley and Salters had assists.Mustangs close with winC. Milton Wright (5-5-3) beat visiting Good Counsel, 3-1, scoring all three goals in the first half.Haley Matthai scored for the Mustangs eight minutes into the game, with an assist from Emily Brandt. Two minutes later, Julia O'Mara found the back of the net off a feed from Matthai.Matthai then added her second goal late in the first half with an assist from O'Mara. Good Counsel's lone goal was scored by Jordan Sweeney early in the first half.CMW goalie Sydney Rhodes was credited with 12 saves. Good Counsel goalie Caroline Campbell was credited with eight saves.Other scoreJoppatowne (0-10-1) ended its season with an 5-1 non-division loss at North East.