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Bel Air wins UCBAC's Chesapeake title in boys soccer

Bel Air won the Chesapeake Division championship in boys soccer with a 3-0 win over visiting North Harford Thursday night.

The shutout gave the Bobcats the title in the UCBAC's upper division.

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Goals were scored by Matt Rannie, Logan Szekalski and Daniel Milad. Assists were by Zach Memmo, John Allen McKinney and Alex Munley. Garrett Lorenz had two saves in goal for the Bobcats.

Patterson Mill played a role in the championship, beating visiting C. Milton Wright , 5-1, Tuesday night. That defeat put C. Milton Wright's division record at 4-1-1 with Bel Air at 4-0-1 heading into Thursday's game.

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In other games Thursday night, Perryville beat Tome, 5-1, and Harford Christian School beat Edgewood, 5-2.

Jared Lanchak scored two goals for Harford Christian and the other three were scored by Devin Coleman, Ian Edwards and Sean Hughes. Paul Franco, Ben Weaver, Edwards, Hughes and Lanchak had assists.

It was Senior Night in Perryville and, along with celebrating the accomplishments of the seniors, the Panthers celebrated a 5-1 victory. Perryville shuffled positions around for the game, so some players found themselves in unusual roles. Nick Ports opened the scoring in the 25th minute when he put the ball into the back of the net off of a free kick from senior fullback Tanner Bird who got the assist. Joey Carter scored 11 minutes later when he headed a free kick from Dillon Drouillard into the goal. Sarp Hamamcioglu cleaned up the garbage, knocking in a rebound from a Drouillard shot into the corner of the goal. That was Drouillard's second assist.

The score was 3-0 at the half. Ten minutes into the second half, Carter got his second goal with an assist from Nick Roberts. Tome got its lone goal in the 58th minute. The final goal of the evening came from Jonathon Hamamcioglu when he found the back of the net after the ball took multiple deflections off of several players on a corner kick in the 64th minute. Perryville goalie Zach Strong had three saves.

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