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Bobcats, Cobras post girls soccer division wins

The Bel Air Bobcats girls soccer team kept itself in the championship battle for the UCBAC's Chesapeake Division crown on Wednesday, defeating host Edgewood, 3-1. The Bobcats (2-0 league, 5-1-1 overall) led at the half, 2-0.

Kayla Klock, Rebekah Riley and Jaimie Layfield scored the Bobcats' goals, with Shannon Williams, Gabriela Encarnacion and Alexcia Kreamer each adding an assist.

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T'mya Lawrence scored Edgewood's goal with an assist from Caitlin Rankin.

Bel Air goalie Andea Sipos made seven saves and Edgewood keeper Ally Bomhardt had 23 saves. The Rams are 1-3 in the league and 5-5 overall.

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Cobras nip Hawks

Harford Tech Coach Matt Berg and North Harford Coach Tom Berg are in no way related, except for what has transpired on the girls soccer field the last few years.

More times than not, the game has been decided by a single goal and Wednesday night's Chesapeake contest at Tech was no different.

In overtime, Tech (1-3, 6-4) edged North Harford (0-3, 4-3), 1-0.

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The game's only goal came approximately 4:30 into the first overtime. Tech's Becca Williams fed Shannon Conlon a ball that she was able to slide by Hawks goalie Jordynn Hughes.

Hughes finished the game with five saves, while Tech keeper Sarah Bellamy finished with 12 saves.

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