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Aberdeen stuns Edgewood in girls soccer playoffs

While Friday was a tough day for two county girls soccer teams, it was a good one for two others.

Aberdeen (7-6) turned in the day's upset, beating host Edgewood (9-6), 2-1, in a Class 3A North-Section II quarterfinal. The Eagles scored a goal in each half, while Edgewood's lone score came in the second half.

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Angela Wood scored with an assist from Alyssa Rankin. Aberdeen's stats were not reported.

The Eagles will visit C. Milton Wright in Tuesday's section semifinal round. The Mustangs (12-1-2) had a much easier time Friday evening, shutting out visiting Dundalk, 11-0.

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Also in the section, North Harford (5-6-1) lost at Patapsco, 2-1, in penalty kicks; the game was scoreless through regulation and two overtime periods.

Patapsco will visit Bel Air ((10-1-2) in Tuesday's section semifinals.

Thursday action

Girls soccer teams from Harford Tech and Patterson Mill opened the region playoffs Thursday with wins. Both schools were playing in Class 2A East-Section I quarterfinal action and both will play again Tuesday.

Tech will play at Fallston and Patterson Mill will play at Rising Sun.

In Tech's win, the Cobras scored four goals in each half to beat visiting North East, 8-2.

Mackenzie Forsythe and Madison Riley scored two goals apiece to lead Tech (8-6), while single goals were scored by Kristin Copeland, Shannon Conlon, Becca Williams and Kersten O'Brien.

Assists were credited to Forsythe, Tori Arcilesi, Conlon, Kara Hayward, Kamryn Henderson and Williams (two).

North East goals were scored by Brianna Christie and Elianne Williams.

Tech keepers Sarah Bellamy and Hannah Warner made four and three saves, respectively. North East keeper Alexa Kopp had nine saves.

Patterson Mill's 3-0 win came over visiting Elkton.

Brooke Staton, Jess Littlepage and Sommer Law scored for the Huskies (5-6-2) in the first half. Staton also had an assist.

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Patterson Mill goalie Syd Ditmar finished with two saves.

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