Bel Air's Julia Henry, shown during last year's state title game, scored six goals Tuesday night to lead the Bobcats to an 18-3 win over Fallston.
Bel Air's Julia Henry, shown during last year's state title game, scored six goals Tuesday night to lead the Bobcats to an 18-3 win over Fallston. (Aegis file)

Girls lacrosse was at the top of Tuesday's high school sports schedule for Harford County teams.

Leading the way, Bel Air (4-0, 7-2) took another step toward the UCBAC Chesapeake Division title with an lopsided, 18-3 win over visiting Fallston (3-2, 6-5).


Julia Henry poured in six goals to lead the Bobcats, who also got two goals each from Elizabeth Hillman, Gabi Hall and Caroline Fallace.

Maggi Hall, Lauren Asher, Jenna Ranney, Keeley McHugh, Grace Wehland and Ava Goeller added a goal apiece. Henry also had three assists, as did McHugh, while Maggi Hall had two assists. Others with an assist each were Asher, Hillman, Addie Kalama and Fallace.

Sarah Dudick, Kelly Emge and Logan Ward provided the Fallston goals with Sam DeCarlo and Rachel Solak collecting assists.

The Hall sisters dominated the draw circle for Bel Air, with Maggi pulling in seven draw controls and Gabi adding five.

Bel Air goalie Riley Patrick made five saves and Fallston keeper Lauren Gabranski had six saves.

Huskies beat Panthers

Patterson Mill (3-1, 5-2) was also a winner in Chesapeake play, winning at Perryville (0-5, 4-5), 17-9.

Kayley Thompson led the way with five goals and an assist, while Bethany Bruck netted three goals.

Anna Salerno (assist), Kate Springer (two assists) and Olivia Beil (assist) added two goals apiece, while single goals were scored by Sydney Beck, Elise Alders and Lindsay Tolliver (assist).

Huskies goalie Faith Treptow made 12 saves.

Rams beat Mariners

Edgewood (4-1, 8-1) kept a share atop the Susquehanna Division lead with its 15-5 win over visiting Joppatowne (0-5, 1-5).

Shelby Johnson and Ryan Parncutt scored three goals each to lead the Rams. Emma Grantland, Bethany Sugg and Peyton Long scored two goals each, while and Caris Ciannelli, Mackenzie Souder and Ji-Won Choi added a goal apiece.

Edgewood goalie Katie Perrault made one save.


Warriors edge Elks

Havre de Grace (4-1, 4-6) also kept its share at the top after edging host Elkton (1-5, 1-8), 8-7, in Susquehanna play.

Shawnee Mahan and Allie Frick led the scoring with three goals each and Emma Hartman added two goals.

Warriors goalie Alana Nye piled up 16 saves.

Eagles trip Eagles

Aberdeen (3-2, 3-5) won at Bo Manor (2-2, 2-6), 8-1, in Susquehanna play.

Julianna Coster and Layla Gagne scored three goals apiece to lead the Eagles. Cassie Price scored two. Eagles goalie Taylor Miller made five saves.


Leading the softball charge, Patterson Mill (9-0, 10-1) won at Edgewood (6-3, 6-5), 4-2, in Susquehanna play.

Dakota Pitts went the distance for the Huskies, giving up two earned runs on five hits and three walks. Pitts struck out 10.

Pitts also helped her own cause by going 3-for-4 at the plate with a double, run scored and two RBIs. Adding to the Husky offense were Allie Cichocki, 2-for-3, run; Caroline Michaels, 2-for-4, run; and Maddie Buher, 1-for-3, walk, run and RBI.

For the Rams, both runs were scored in the first. Brooke Greaver hit an RBI single and Jada Stump added an RBI groundout.

Lexi Buchanan took the loss.

Panthers beat Warriors

In non-division play, Havre de Grace (3-9) was beaten in five innings by visiting Perryville (8-2) 14-2.

Emily Curry was 1-for-2, with a double and run scored and Sara Crawford was also 1-for-2.

Kara Lynch, Colby Kitts and Delayna Washington also contributed a hit each, while Destiny Roth scored a run after reaching on a fielders choice.

Other softball score

John Carroll (6-5) dropped a non-league game to visiting Bo Manor (12-0), 14-0.


Bel Air (9-1, 9-1) scored seven runs in its first four at bats and then had to hold on to beat host North Harford (1-6, 5-7), 7-5, in Chesapeake play.

The Hawks scored all five runs in three of its final four at bats.

Andrew Sunday and Matt Fino had two hits and two RBIs each to pace the Bobcats.

Derek McManus (two runs) and Hunter Leed (RBI) both had three hits for the Hawks.

Also, in non-division play, C. Milton Wright (5-6) beat visiting Edgewood (2-9), 13-1.

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