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C. Milton Wright girls soccer edges Patterson Mill to lead Thursday sports in Harford County

C. Milton Wright junior forward Katie Roszko scored one goal and assisted on another Thursday evening to lead the Mustangs to a 2-1 victory over visiting Patterson Mill in an Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference girls soccer game.

Harford Tech also posted a girls soccer win Thursday.

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At CMW, Roszko’s goal came late in the first half after the Mustangs (3-3-1) watched a few scoring chances slip by, including one ball that bounced off the crossbar.

Senior Sean Luk was a big part of the misses and the eventual game-winner. It was Luk’s moves that allowed her to slip past two defenders, before unleashing a left-footed rocket that just missed the upper right corner midway through the half.

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Ten minutes later it was Luk again that just missed, this time from 42 yards out on a direct kick. Luk’s shot bounced off the crossbar and away from the goal.

Luk then fed Roszko a short time later, but Huskies goalie Caitlyn Welker came out to stop the run.

Roszko, though, made good on her next attempt. Lydia Sherly, also a junior, sent a ball from the right toward the goal, where Roszko got a flick header and the ball found the back of the net with 3:33 remaining in the half.

“We work a lot on getting the ball wide, sending good crosses, getting bodies in the box and Katie’s a workhorse, a phenomenal athlete,” Mustangs’ coach Andrew Harrell said. “We’ve been telling her at practice, use your head. You’re big, you’re physical, you’re strong. She’s been working on it in practice and that was a beautiful little finish with her head. A good ball from Lydia Sherly on the outside.”

After a first half that saw minimal offense from the Huskies (5-4), it seemed the Roszko goal might be enough, but the Huskies proved otherwise.

Less than seven minutes into the second half, the Huskies evened the score. A loose ball in the middle of the field found the foot of senior Izzy Toni and Toni quickly deposited a high shot into the goal from 30 yards out.

The Huskies were visually more aggressive in the latter half, but the Mustangs still found a way to succeed.

Roughly six minutes after the Toni goal, Roszko sent a through ball to Luk. Luk took possession and shot the ball past Welker for the game-winning goal.

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Despite the loss, Huskies’ coach Mike Parker was pleased with the way his team played in the second half. “We talked about it at halftime, had a better second half. They’re a talented team, we had a much better second half,” Parker said “We marked better and I told them, it wasn’t even about the goal, it was just a matter of playing better. Wake up, let’s start playing.”

Mustangs goalie Kaitlyn Williford had five saves, while Welker finished with 13 saves.

Harford Tech 1, Edgewood 0

The Cobras (3-1-1) kicked in the game-winner with 39 seconds left in regulation to defeat the host Rams (1-5-1).

BOYS SOCCER

Fallston 2, Towson 1

The Cougars (6-1) scored the game-winning goal with three minutes left to knock off the previously unbeaten and host Generals in nonleague play.

Devin Reddel hit a blistering free kick that deflected off a defender and into the goal for a 1-0 halftime lead.

Towson got on the board with a long throw that hit the post and rolled past Cougars keeper Cason Donahue. The Cougars, though, were not to be denied as Jayden Dillard launched a throw that rattled around Generals defenders, before Derrick Otto was able to score the deciding goal.

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Donahue finished with five saves.

Patterson Mill 6, Harford Tech 2

Senior captain Dillon Gough led the Huskies (6-0) with three goals in the win over the visiting Cobras (4-3) in UCBAC play.

Alex Salem, Evan Schopf and Mason Gravitte added a goal each, while Kyle Luddy tallied two assists and Josh Garcia had one.

Huskies’ keeper Ian Sauer had six saves.

Havre de Grace 9, Joppatowne 0

The Warriors (3-1) had seven players score in the UCBAC win over the host Mariners (0-4).

Blake Clark’s three goals led the Warriors, who also got goals from Chase Wilkerson, Wyatt Molyneux, Liam Coakley, Bugs Zakari, Lev Logan and Jared Rice.

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Warriors goalie Keegan Gruzs made three saves and Mariners keeper Joshua Steinmiller made 17 saves.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Edgewood 3, Harford Tech 2

The Rams (2-4) needed five sets to get past the visiting Cobras (2-5) in UCBAC play.

Scores were 20-25, 25-17, 20-25, 27-25 and 15-8.

Highlights for Edgewood were Kayla Martin, 27 digs; Sylvia Marin, 14 assists; Emily Osborne, five aces, six kills; Alanna Whyte, seven kills; and Harmony Madu, 11 kills and three blocks.

Elkton 3, North Harford 2

The Hawks (4-2) lost in five sets against the host Elks in UCBAC play.

Sierra McManus had four aces, five kills and five tips for the Hawks and Tonya Marks had three aces and one kill. Morgan Buckland added two aces and a block and Hannah Dudeck had one ace and one tip.

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Also, Laynie Sheahy had a block and four tips, while Haley Stone added a kill and Isabella Singh had a block.

Fallston 3, Rising Sun 0

The Cougars (3-2) traveled to meet and beat the Tigers in a UCBAC sweep. Scores were 25-19, 25-19 and 25-18.

The team welcomed back Renae Gent and the addition of Grace Pfaff, moving up from JV, were a big lift for the team. Gent had a team-high seven blocks and Pfaff helped in all phases of the game.

Samantha Conrad had nine assists, three aces and one kill, while Allie Book added seven assists, two kills and two blocks. Also, Amanda Sharpe contributed four blocks and two kills, while Juliana Williams and Abby Ruth led the defense with a combined 30 digs.

Patterson Mill 3, C. Milton Wright 2

In a “Dig Pink” event, the visiting Huskies (4-2) needed all five sets to defeat the Mustangs in UCBAC play. Scores were 25-22, 25-13, 22-25, 22-25 and 15-8

Abby McDowell led the Huskies, putting up 22 assists, 12 digs and an ace, while libero Ava Shores dialed up 23 digs, six kills from the back row and three aces. Grace Bonhoff and Jeana Harrison had several serving runs and also put down three aces each. Josie Otremba combined with Bonfoff for 14 kills, while Otremba and Harrison dug up over 20 hits.

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FIELD HOCKEY

Fallston 3, NDP 0

The Cougars (6-1) stepped out of league play to beat the visiting Blazers.

Macy Budke, Savanna Henderson and Riley Conroy scored a goal each, while Henderson added two assists.

Cougars goalie Payden Knoll made 12 saves. NDP keeper Kerrigan Ross had 14 saves.

GOLF

Harford Tech 216, Bel Air 223, Rising Sun 247

The Cobras defeated the Bobcats and Tigers in UCBAC action at Winters Run Golf Club over the front nine holes.

The Cobras were led by Luke Cimino, 41; Jake Martin, 42; Aurora Walters, 43; Justin Febles, 44; and Chase Bandy, 46.

The Bobcats were led by Rowan Edwards, 42; Lily Harman, 43; Matt Young, 45; Liam Seymour, 46; and Andrew McKay, 47.

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The Tigers were led by Ben Adams, 40; Bradley Dietz, 45; Timmy Dobrowolski, 49; Anthony Hartsoe, 53; and Tyler Stoudt, 60.

Patterson Mill 235, Perryville 247, Tome 299

The Huskies knocked off the Panthers and Titans in UCBAC play at Furnace Bay Golf Course.

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Patterson Mill scores were Brandon Palen, 44; John Harrison, 45; Ellie Wright, 48; Charlie Topping, 48; and Sam Schepleng, 50.

Perryville scores were Nick Lapore, 47; Lucas Umbarger, 48; Andrew Kidd, 50; Jared Eldreth, 50; and Jake Tabor, 52.

Tome scores were Karina Serio, 47; Yo Orihara, 58; Ben Sekowski, 61; Jonathan Herrera, 66; and Taven Hunley, 67.

North Harford 217, North East, 264, Havre de Grace 282

The host Hawks easily beat the Indians and Warriors in the UCBAC match played at Geneva Farm Golf Course.

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The Hawks scores were Aaron Bach, 39; Zach Wilcox, 42; John Manzari, 44; Jimmy Calland, 46; and Coulter Parsons, 46.

The Warriors scores were Ben Brzozowski, 50; Thomas Hinton, 51; Eli Teefy, 60; Liam Whitehead, 60; and Michael Greco, 61.

The Indians scores were Noah Wallace, 41; Lance Richardson, 53; Brandon Kristovich, 56; Ethan Moyers, 56; and Reece Swertout, 58.


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