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Monday proves tough for North Harford, Aberdeen boys lacrosse teams

Monday's boys lacrosse schedule was light and not a good one for the few county teams that played.

Aberdeen fell to 0-3 with visiting Eastern Tech dealing the Eagles a 12-4 loss.


Max Miller and Janari Lee scored two goals apiece for the Eagles and Skylar McKinley added two assists.

Michael Denu won 12-of-18 face-offs and George Stiemly was 0-for-2. Aberdeen goalie Carlos Alvarez made nine saves.


Hawks fall, too

North Harford was also beaten Monday, losing to visiting Hereford, 13-6.

Connor Diem led the Hawks with two goals, while single goals were scored by Thomas Dolinar, Owen Chaney, Sean Feiss and Colin McCue.

Diem and Chaney also had an assist each. In goal, the Hawks played two goalies with Andrew Preston making eight saves and Garrett Thomas making one.

Cougars win own Sheckells tourney

Fallston hosted and won the annual Fred Sheckells Memorial Tournament Saturday with wins over Archbishop Curley and Hershey (Pa.).

The Cougars (2-1) opened with the 9-8 win over Curley. Ben Claffee, Cameron Linger, Colton Presley and Justin Williams each scored two goals, while Dylan Wolf netted one.

Wolf added two assists with Claffee, Linger and Presley adding an assist each.


In the championship, Presley scored three goals to lead the Cougars past Hershey, 8-2. Linger added two goals and two assists and Claffee dished out three assists.

Mustangs win

C. Milton Wright (2-0) added a win Saturday, beating Albemarle (Va.), 14-4, at Hampden Sydney College.

Hawks open with win

The North Harford boys lacrosse team opened its season Friday, beating visiting Rising Sun, 14-9.

Thomas Dolinar led the winners with five goals, while Connor Diem and Sean Feiss netted two goals each.


Adding single goals were Owen Chaney, Stephen Goedeke, JT Kidd, David Sexton and Erik Beyer.

Chaney and Feiss had two assists apiece. Others with one assist were Richie Tabeling, Kidd and Jarrett Newlon.

The Hawks played two goalies with Andrew Preston posting five saves and Garrett Thomas stopping six shots.

Warriors blank Eagles

Havre de Grace posted a shutout in its home opener Friday night, beating Aberdeen, 14-0.

The Warriors led 11-0 at halftime. Kyle Cameron led the scoring with four goals and three assists. Trent Reynolds added four goals and an assist and Terner Whitehead had three goals and three assists.


Devan Morse added a goal and assist and additional single goals came from Tom Meehan and Cole Reeves. Bryce McCown, Zac Orzewicz and Brandon Rabbitt each added an assist.

Meehan also handled most of the face-off duties for Havre de Grace, winning 14-of-17 and racking up eight ground balls. Luke Butler was all over the field defensively and gobbled up seven ground balls.

Luke Laubner had three saves in goal and the defense of Sean Greeley, Holden Schwartz, Luke Smith and Luke Hahn held the Eagles scoreless. Aberdeen's lone goal was called back due to a crease violation.

Tech beats Indians

Hartford Tech beat host North East, 16-3, Thursday. Tech was led by a strong defense and sophomore attack Fitz Brock, who scored three goals and added six assists. Fellow sophomore midfielder Bennett Cianelli added three goals.

Huskies fall on road

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The Patterson Mill boys lacrosse team fell to 1-1 Friday, defeated by the Friends School, 8-6.

Rudy Beck and Blake Tallon scored two goals each to pace the Huskies efforts. Connor Madsen and Brendan Bandy added a goal apiece. Beck and Madsen also had assists.

Huskies goalie Tim Tangires finished with nine saves. The Huskies trailed at the half, 4-3.

Bobcats open with win

Bel Air and first year head coach Doug Testerman opened the season with a win Thursday, beating visiting Archbishop Curley, 13-7. The Bobcats led at the half, 7-2.

Finn Gottschalk scored five goals and assisted on two others to lead the scoring. Ryan Chan added three goals and three assists and Keegan McHugh finished with two goals and two assists.


Bobcats goalie Chris Hagy made 17 saves.