The North Harford girls lacrosse team split a pair pf games Saturday at Mt. Hebron’s tournament.
The Hawks (5-4) opened with an 11-10 win over Mt. Hebron. The Hawks led 8-6 at half.
Meridith Price led the the Hawks with four goals. Brenna Duley added two goals and four assists, while players with single goals were Anna Racine, Tori Gay, Casey Diventi, Lily Macatee and Lauryn Warfield.
Brooke Ciampaglio added one assist and goalie Lexi Coldiron made 15 saves.
In game two, the Hawks weren’t so fortunate, losing big to Glenelg Country School, 18-6.
Price led scoring again with two goals, while single goal scorers were Racine, Emma Hopkins, Ciampaglio and Warfield. Julia Barstow added an assist.
North Harford goalie Kaleigh Sasdelli made 10 saves. The Hawks were down at the half, 14-3.
Huskies post win
Patterson Mill (3-5) added a non-league win at home Friday, beating Loch Raven, 16-15.
Sydney Beck scored four goals to lead five multi-goal scorers. Kate Springer, Elise Alders and Anna Salerno also scored three goals apiece and Lindsey Tolliver netted two. Delaney Madsen added one goal.
Alders and Madsen dished out three assists each and Springer had two. Beck also had one
In the Huskies goal, Faith Treptow made 11 saves.
Patriots beat Dulaney
John Carroll (5-5) is .500 after its 14-10 win over Dulaney on Friday at Johns Hopkins. The game was tied at halftime, 6-6.
Erin Scannell led the way with five goals and three draw controls. Lexi Burch and Katie Hormes (three ground balls, one assist) scored three goals apiece and Bryn Fitzkee added two goals and two draw controls.
Reilly Cisar finished with a goal and four assists and Grace Milliron also had an assist. Ellie Hollin led with with six draw controls.
Patriots keeper Emily Sterling made six saves.
Mustangs lead Chesapeake
The C. Milton Wright girls lacrosse team moved into the top spot of the UCBAC’s Chesapeake Division Thursday night. The Mustangs (3-0, 4-1) traveled to Fallston and beat the Cougars (2-2, 2-3), 11-5.
“We played a well rounded game and had a lot of girl contribute to the win,” Mustangs coach Faye Brust said.
Senior Aubrey Hoover led the scoring with four goals and an assist. Hoover also had three caused turnovers and four draw controls.
Taylor Marchetti also had multiple goals with two and she added two caused turnovers and four draw controls. Lydia Cassilly rounded out the multi-goal scorers. She finished with two goals and one assist.
Rachel Solak led the Fallston scoring with two goals. Logan Ward, Juliana Williams and Megan Dudick added a goal apiece.
Cougars goalie Lauren Gabranski had 15 saves.
The Mustangs also won on Saturday, 18-0, over visiting Great Mills in non-league play.
“We spread out our scoring and got the whole attack involved. We had 12 different scorers,” coach Brust said. Marchetti led the way with five goals. 11 of 18 goals were assisted.
Eagles beat Mariners
Aberdeen (1-3, 2-6) won its first Susquehanna Division game over host Joppatowne (0-3, 0-6), 13-5.
Emma Cook poured in six goals to lead the Eagles and Layla Gagne scored five.
Cynthia Batres and Lilly Proctor added a goal each and Aberdeen goalie Taylor Miller made 13 saves.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) girls lacrosse team defeated Anne Arundel County, 19-11, at home in Kingsville on Thursday.
Hannah Leubecker continued her scoring dominance with a nine-goal effort. Ashley Waldhauser added five goals, while Sam Deiaco scored three and Emma Carpenter netted two.
Leubecker also had three assists, while Deaico and Waldhauser each had two. Carpenter and Jordan Macri also had an assist each.
Leubecker led with 14 draw controls and Waldhauser had eight. Deaico grabbed three and Bailey Alampi, one.
FCA goalie Stephanie Pabst made two saves. The Falcons were ahead at half, 10-6.
The Falcons (8-3) will be back in action Monday, visiting Rockbridge Academy in Crownsville.
John Carroll fell at McDonogh, 12-8, Thursday. The game was tied 5-5 at halftime.
Maddy Sterling (two ground balls, three draw controls) and Erin Scannell both scored three goals to lead the Patriots efforts.
Bryn Fitzkee and Katie Hormes added a goal apiece. Goalie Emily Sterling made 10 saves.
In Chesapeake play, Harford Tech (2-1, 5-3) defeated host Edgewood (0-4, 3-4), 15-3. Stats were not available.