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Bel Air beats Tech in final regular season girls lacrosse

Bel Air (3-3 league, 7-6 overall) and Harford Tech (1-5 league, 5-5 overall) closed out their regular seasons in girls lacrosse Monday with the Bobcats handing the Cobras a 16-6 loss in UCBAC Chesapeake (upper) Division play.

Anna Farley and Shannon Williams (one assist) each scored four goals, while Emily McQuay, Sam Keesey and Gabi Hall had two goals apiece to lead the Bobcats. Keesey and Hall also had assists.

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Goalie Lucy Loughlin had 10 saves.

Becca Williams had three goals and one assist and Courtney Poole had two goals to highlight Tech's scoring. Goalie Bryana Wyatt had 11 saves.

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Rams beat Mariners

Edgewood completed a perfect run through Susquehanna (lower) Division scheduling on Friday, beating host Joppatowne, 13-2.

Alyssa Rankin and Ladea Boykin led the Rams (7-0 league, 9-3 overall) with three goals each, while Caitlin Rankin and Megan Poniatowski netted two goals apiece.

Tatiyona Stamper, Jordyn Carll and Vonyah Simon each scored one goal. Caitlin Rankin added three assists and Poniatowski had two.

Scoring for Joppatowne (1-5 league, 1-8 overall) were Jillian Graul and Emily Murphy.

Edgewood goalie Savannah Kerr had six saves and Mariners keeper Savannah Day had three saves.

Bobcats beat Gators

Bel Air won a non-league game at Perry Hall, 13-5, Friday night.

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Emily McQuay scored four goals to lead the Bobcats (6-6 overall) and Sam Keesey added three goals.

Anna Farley (one assist) and Shannon Williams scored two goals apiece and single goals were scored by Anna Wehland and Gabi Hall.

Bobcats goalie Jamie Bittner made seven saves.

Hawks beat Mercy

North Harford picked up a non-league win in girls lacrosse Friday, beating visiting Mercy, 13-3.

Megan O'Donnell scored three goals to lead the Hawks (6-7 overall), while Megan Halloway and Bailey Saneman (three assists) each added two goals.

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The Hawks also got single goals from Maria Auth, Katie Clark, Caitlin King, Jen Doering, Nicole Latgis and Shannon Mansberger.

Eliza Clark scored all three Mercy goals.

The Hawks played two goalies, with Haley Ensor making four saves and Michaela Welsh making three.

Mustangs top Cobras

C. Milton Wright put the finishing touches on an unbeaten UCBAC Chesapeake Division season Thursday night. The Mustangs (6-0 league, 9-4 overall) celebrated their seniors with a 20-10 win over neighboring Harford Tech. The Mustangs led 11-3 at half.

"Today we were able to get our transition game going well. We celebrated our seniors tonight and they all played hard," CMW head coach Brent Ritz said.

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Lauren Cavanaugh (two assists) and Haley Matthai led the Mustangs with four goals apiece. Emily Blair and Maggie Gallagher (one assist) netted three goals each, while Haley Alexander (two assists) and Julia O'Mara (one assist) added two goals each. Mackenzie Aponte and Casey Gover had single goals. Lauren Haggerty had an assist.

Tori Arcilesi scored five goals to pace Tech (1-4 league, 5-4 overall). Amanda Weir tallied two goals and single goals were scored by Courtney Poole, Sam Volz and Becca Williams.

CMW goalie Katelyn Miller made three saves and Tech goalie Bryana Wyatt had 11 saves.

"Harford Tech competed hard all over the field and it was a nice experience to coach against quite a few kids that I taught at Magnolia Middle," Ritz said.

Cougars beat Hawks

Fallston locked up second place in Chesapeake play on Thursday, beating visiting North Harford, 13-9.

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Kayla Reilly scored five goals and Caroline English scored four to lead the Cougars (5-1 league, 11-3 overall). Logan Gasior tallied two goals, while Zoe Hurlburt and Megan Shock netted single goals.

Both English and Reilly had two assists. Shock and Gasior added assists, too.

Katie Clark led North Harford (4-2 league) with three goals. Jen Doering and Nicole Latgis both scored two goals, while Maria Auth and Bailey Saneman scored single goals. Saneman also had three assists.

Fallston goalie Erika Wright made seven saves. North Harford played two goalies, with Hailey Ensor making one save and Michaela Welsh making three.

Huskies beat Indians

Patterson Mill hosted Franklin in non-league action Thursday and the Huskies were, 17-7, winners.

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Gabby Vujanic had the big night, leading Patterson Mill (6-8 overall) with six goals and three assists. Mariel Castronova pumped in four goals and EJ Karwatka added two goals and six assists. Haley Scribner also scored two goals.

Sam Herman (two assists), Kate Lamberti and Sarah Alders added single goals.

Patterson Mill goalie Abby Smith collected eight saves.

Bobcats beat Warriors

Bel Air (2-3 league, 4-7 overall) earned a Chesapeake win Thursday, winning 14-3 over visiting Havre de Grace (0-6 league, 5-7 overall). The Bobcats led 10-2 at the half.

Anna Farley highlighted the winners efforts with four goals and an assist. Tori Gryglewski, Emily McQuay and Morgan Hollenback each scored two goals, while single goals were netted by Shannon Williams (two assists), Anna Wehlans, Gabi Hall and Sam Keesey. Katy Higinbothom added one assist.

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Bel Air played two goalies with Lucy Loughlin making two saves and Jamie Bittner making one save.

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In the losing effort, Carly Thompson scored two goals, while Taylor Johnson had the other. Haley Dean and Maddi Cypher added assists.

Lauren Herrington contributed three draw controls and three ground balls for Havre de Grace and goalie Lauren Butler made four saves.

Patriots advance

John Carroll opened IAAM A Conference tournament play Thursday, beating visiting St. Mary's, 9-7, at Cedar Lane Park.

Caroline Sdanowich scored four goals to lead the Patriots, who led 5-2 at halftime. Kara Klages added two goals, while Alice Cumpston, Grace Richards and Meredith Haggerty each had single goals.

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Natalie Modly and Casey DeVito scored two goals apiece to pace St. Mary's.

John Carroll goalie Katy Sharretts made five saves and St. Mary's keeper Haelle Chomo finished with 11.


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