Thompson’s 6 goals lead Patterson Mill girls to first lacrosse win

Senior Kaley Thompson scored 6 goals Wednesday to lead Patterson Mill to its first win.
Senior Kaley Thompson scored 6 goals Wednesday to lead Patterson Mill to its first win. (Aegis file)

The Patterson Mill girls lacrosse team evened its record at 1-1 Wednesday, beating a visiting Liberty team, 20-9.

Senior Kaley Thompson poured in six goals, while adding four assists, to lead seven Huskies in the scoring column.


Sydney Beck (assist), Delaney Madsen, Bethany Bruck (two assists) and Anna Salerno (four assists) scored three goals each.

Kate Springer added a goal and assist and Michaela Reid also scored one goal.


Huskies keeper Faith Treptow finished with two saves.

Hawks thump Warriors

Havre de Grace finally got on the field Wednesday night for a game, but it didnt go very well for the Warriors on their own James R. Harris Stadium turf.

North Harford (1-1) rolled over the Warriors, 19-0, in an non-division game. Kirsten Gryzbowski paced the winners with five goals and three assists.


Other Hawks with multiple goals (two each) were Anna Racine, Lily Macatee and Brenna Duley.

North Harford played two goalies with Kaleigh Sasdelli and Lexi Coldiron make a save each. Havre de Grace goalie Caraline Cypher made nine saves.

Bobcats are 2-0

The Bel Air girls lacrosse team won its second game in as many days Tuesday, beating visiting Perry Hall, 16-8, in non-league action.

Gabby Trzeciak scored five goals to lead the Bobcats and Julia Henry scored four.

Maggi Hall and Lauren Asher added two goals each, while single goals were scored by Grace Wehland, Caroline Fallace and Jenna Ranney.

Henry added three assists and Anna McQuay had two. Other assists were credited to Trzeciak, Asher, Fallace, Gabi Hall, Ranney and Ava Goeller.

The Bobcats played two goalies with Riley Patrick making five saves and Chelsea Gostomski stopping three shits.

Ashlee Wilsynski’s three goals paced Perry Hall, while Kelsey Campbell and Jade O’Connor notched two goals apiece. Summer Meisel also scored a goal.

Rams win two, too

Edgewood also won its second game in as many days, winning at Parkville, 10-6, Tuesday in non-league play. Edgewood led at the half, 4-2.

Alexa Warren led the scoring with three goals.

Mariners win in OT

Joppatowne opened its season Tuesday with an exciting come-from-behind win in overtime. The Mariners beat visiting Kenwood, 11-10, in non-league play.

Freshman Natalie Hunt scored five goals for the winners, but it was her final two that were most important. She tied the game with her fourth goal in the final seconds of regulation and then put the Mariners in the win column with her OT goal.

Mallorie Hunt, a junior and sister to Natalie, won the first draw in OT. Mallorie passed the ball to Natalie, who scored the winning goal.

Mallorie Hunt finished with four goals, while Julyann Marx and Tricia Sands added a goal each.

Hawks fall in opener

North Harford dropped its season opener Tuesday, losing 14-3 to visiting South Carroll in non-league play.

Brenna Duley scored twice in the loss and Casey DiVenti added one goal.

In goal for the Hawks, Kaleigh Sasdelli made four saves and Lexi Coldiron came on to make two saves.

Abigail Behn led South Carroll scoring with six goals. Goalie Julia Weiss made three saves.

Eagles fall, too

Aberdeen lost its season opener as well on Tuesday, losing at Westminster, 20-0, in non-league play.

Goalie Taylor Miller recorded four saves.

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