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C. Milton Wright boys stay perfect with lacrosse win over Havre de Grace

Patterson Mill and C. Milton Wright were in the win column Friday.
Patterson Mill and C. Milton Wright were in the win column Friday. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)

The C. Milton Wright boys lacrosse team improved its record to 4-0 Monday, knocking off host Havre de Grace, 16-9, in an Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference boys lacrosse game.

Blane Dail scored four goals to lead the Mustangs, who led the Warriors (1-2), 8-5, at halftime.

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Brennan Lorence added three goals, while Mustangs with two goals each were Nick Domzalski, Bryce Lorence and Quinnten Hatfield.

Single goal scorers were John Garst, Reid Stauffer and Kevin Morris.

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Domzalski dished out seven assists and Garst added three. Brennan Lorence had two assists, while others with an assist Hatfield and Tyler Burkins.

Mikey Sweigart scored five goals to pace the Warriors scoring. Adding goals were Mitchell Villareal, Cole Bravo, Reagan Dent and Carson Holloway.

Adding assists were Holloway, Bravo, Jarred Meehan and Dent.

CMW played two goalies with John Salsbury making six saves and Tyler Mann making four.

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For Havre de Grace, Liam Whitehead had five saves and TC Hinton made two.

Hawks beat Huskies

North Harford (3-2) visited and beat Patterson Mill (1-3), 13-4, Monday in UCBAC play.

Owen Smith led the scoring with four goals, while Matt Biedermann netted three goals. Derek Caiazzo and Wyatt Ralph added two goals each and Dylan Jablon and Evan Wagner added a goal apiece.

Biedermann and Michael Rote both had two assists.

Fletcher Steinkraus, Preston Weinberg, Jake Matson and Kevin Shao scored a goal each for the Huskies.

Shao and Samai Patel had assists.

North Harford goalie Evan Erhart made five saves, while Patterson Mill goalie Ethan Kroll stopped 20 shots.

Panthers beat Eagles

Aberdeen (0-6) remained winless Monday, losing at Perryville (4-0), 19-10, in UCBAC play.

Max Williams fired in six goals to lead Eagles scoring, while Caden Allen added two goals. Shaylen Bougere and Hosanna Nkurunziza chipped in a goal apiece.

Williams also had one assist.

Nathan Flatau won 15-of-20 faceoffs and he also picked up five ground balls.

Eagles goalie Phillip Newcomer had 13 saves.

Bobcats drop Cobras

Bel Air (2-0) defeated visiting Harford Tech (4-1), 12-7, after trailing at the half, 5-2, in UCBAC play.

Seth Dunklee and Dylan Foughty scored three goals each to pace the winners scoring. Jackson Casper and Jake Magee added two goals each, while Jaxon Jankowiak and Jacob Harris added a goal apiece.

Jacob Sin dished out five assists, while Casper, Jankowiak and Jacob Powell had two assists apiece.

Bel Air goalie Grady Mumm had 11 saves.

Huskies beat Eagles

A boys high school lacrosse battle between two teams looking for a win took place Friday at Aberdeen where the Eagles hosted Patterson Mill.

The Huskies got the best of the Eagles in an 14-3 UCBAC win.

Patterson Mill led the game at halftime, 4–2.

Preston Weinberg led the Huskies scoring with five goals. Fletcher Steinkraus netted three goals and Jake Matson scored two for Huskies with multiple goals.

Max Williams, Hosanna Nkurunziza and Caden Allen provided the Aberdeen scoring.

Patterson Mill goalie Ethan Kroll made 11 saves and Aberdeen keeper Phillip Newcomer had 12 saves.

Mustangs beat Hawks

C. Milton Wright stayed unbeaten Friday with an 12-7 UCBAC win over host North Harford.

Blane Dail scored five goals to lead the winners, while Hudson Welsh and John Garst scored two goals apiece.

Quintenn Hatfield, Kevin Morris and Bryce Lorence each had one goal.

Wyatt Ralph led the Hawks with three goals, while single goal scorers were Mathew Biedermann, Dylan Jablon, Derek Caiazzo and John Allred.

Nick Domzalski had six assists for CMW, while others with an assist were Evan Galant and Reid Stauffer.

Michael Rote had two assists for the Hawks.

CMW goalie John Salsbury made eight saves and Hawks goalie Evan Erhart had six saves.

CMW led at half, 7-3.

Other Friday score

In Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference play, John Carroll (0-7) was beaten by visiting Loyola, 17-1.

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