Field hockey teams from Bel Air and Fallston were both winners Monday and each will play for a region championship at home Wednesday.
Bel Air's win came over visiting North Harford, 1-0, in a Class 3A North-Section II final. The Bobcats (10-4) will host Towson at 6 p.m. for the title.
In Bel Air's win, Anna Farley scored the game's only goal, unassisted, just four minutes into the game. Goalie Morgan Domanico was credited with seven saves and Katy Higinbothom had a defensive save.
The Hawks finish 7-8-1.
Fallston's win came over visiting Patterson Mill, 4-1, in a Class 1A North-Section II final. The Cougars (8-7-1) will host Perryville (9-5) at 3:30 p.m. for the crown. Perryville shut out North East, 2-0, Monday.
In Fallston's win, the Cougars were aided by an early penalty stroke goal. The stroke was awarded when a Fallston shot that was headed into the goal struck a Patterson Mill defender's foot. The stroke was converted by Kylie Ryan with 27:43 to play in the opening half.
The Cougars pushed the lead to 2-0 12 minutes later. Maddie Hurlburt converted off a corner with Liz Herbert assisting.
Patterson Mill's (7-8-1) lone goal also came on a corner in the first half. Hailey Horton knocked in a rebound off one of Fallston goalie Caitlin Phillips' eight saves. The score came at the 9:31 mark.
Fallston scored early again in the second half when Hebert scored with an assist from Hannah Sample. The goal came at the 27:17 mark and less than five minutes later, the Cougars closed out the scoring. Caroline Graf did the honors off a corner assist from Sydney Fox.
"We've had trouble scoring this year, so scoring early, by Kylie putting that stroke in, that was really big and uplifting for us," Cougars head coach Alice Puckett said. "It was a good start and a good finish."