For the second straight season, the Havre de Grace girls soccer team watched its season end with a loss to Manchester Valley.
This year's loss came Monday in Manchester, where the Mavericks scored four goals in the opening 21 minutes to win, 7-0, in the Class 1A South Region Championship. This is Manchester Valley's fourth consecutive region title.
Havre de Grace goalie Annelise Beer finished with 11 saves. The Warriors, who finish 3-10-1, had just one shot.
Girls soccer teams from Bel Air and Havre de Grace each played their way into championship games of their respective regions Thursday.
Bel Air (12-1-2) knocked off visiting C. Milton Wright (13-3-1), 1-0, in the Class 3A North-Section II final, while Havre de Grace (3-9-1) edged visiting Joppatowne (1-10-1), 2-1, in two overtimes in the 1A South-Section I final.
Bel Air was to host the Westminster winner in Tuesday's region final.
Bel Air's Shannon Williams scored the game-winner with 25 minutes left in regulation, finishing off a pass from Elizabeth Hillman.
Bobcats goalie Andrea Sipos earned the win with two saves, while Rachel Knoebel made seven saves for CMW.
Havre de Grace's Addie Richardson scored on a loose ball just outside the box with 1:16 left in the second 10-minute overtime period to lift the Warriors.
Richardson also scored with 8:02 left in regulation to force the overtime periods. Teammate Lexi Gast made a run just outside the box and was pushed down, giving Havre de Grace a direct kick.
Richardson lifted a shot just over the outstretched hands of Mariners goalie Caitlin Meurer from 20 yards out.
Joppatowne had taken a 1-0 lead at the 16:44 mark of the first half. Austine May pushed a ball forward to Yessica Bustamante on a breakaway. Bustamante hit a ground ball shot to the far post, just past the diving effort of Havre de Grace keeper Annelise Beer.
The Mariners had a penalty kick in the second half, but the shot sailed high.