Under-12 -- The Emmorton Lazers (5-0-1) put in a solid all-around performance in a recent 9-0 shutout of visiting Forest Hill Flash in a travel league matchup.
The Lazers' goals were scored by Jessica Fruhling (two), Shelly Reft, Kim Siegel, Erica Koracky, April Madden, Rebecca Roberts and Nicole Neubauer.
Assisting on the goals were Lindsay Bugda (two), Amy Kallenberger, Nichole Childs, Jessica Duggan, Elaine Triandafilou and Sarah Bands.
The Emmorton defense was led by fullbacks Lauren Drexel, Kate Duffy and Monica Mikhail. Goalkeepers Bugda and Reft combined for seven saves.
The Bel Air Rockets travel team defeated Emmorton, 2-0, in a Sunday Metro League contest. Monica Janowitz scored both goals as goalkeeper Lauren Wohl recorded her fourth shutout of the year. Overall, Bel Air's defense has allowed one goal this season.
Under-16 -- The Joppatowne Soccer Club defeated Columbia, 4-0, in a Baltimore Beltway League contest. Goals were scored ** by Nikki Terzigni, Eva Pierorazio, Michele Zilka and Kelly Vandarwarka.
The team scored another victory -- a 2-0 shutout of North Point Village -- in a Baltimore Metro League contest. Both goals were scored by Kristin Jortland. Goalie Nicole Duval recorded five saves.
Under-12 -- The Havre de Grace Chargers (6-0) racked up their fifth shutout with a 12-0 victory over the North Harford Bears in a county travel league game.
Phillip Hooker led the offense with a hat trick. David Watson, Zachary Kohajda, and Ryan Jackson each scored twice and Sketa Grimes, Bubby Jackson and Eric Yankolonis each scored once.
The Chargers' strong defense was led by halfbacks Ron Thomas, Ricky Bright, Wes Fox, Derek Kilby and Justin Helmkamp and fullbacks Justin Smith, Evan Walke and Jessie Allingham.
Goalkeeper Jason Rice remains unscored upon.
The Greater Harford Lightning tied the defending Maryland State Champion Rosedale Soccer Club, 1-1, last weekend in a Saturday Beltway A Division contest.
Erik Yankolonis scored for the Lightning, and goalie Jason Kuhn made several key saves to preserve the draw. He was aided by defenders Steve Piotrowski, Jason Hinson and Chad Hildebrandt.
In a Baltimore City League contest, the Lightning beat the Dundalk Soccer Club, 3-1. Goals were scored by Jonathan Borozzi, assisted by Hinson, Marco Romanell, assisted by Kevin Ruzek and Yankolonis, assisted by Ruzek.
BTC Kuhn, in the goal, thwarted a breakaway from Dundalk to maintain the two-goal lead.
Joppatowne defeated the Emmorton Wildcats, 3-1, in a Harford County League matchup in the White Division, improving to 5-0-0.
Brian Kretzschmar, Dale Miller and Tim Dean scored the Joppatowne goals. Miller also had an assist.
Fullback Joshua Kellner led the steady defensive play for Joppatowne.
The Forest Hill Force (5-1-0) shut out the Hickory Thunder, 8-0, in a Harford County League Red Division matchup.
Pat Jackson and Justin Collins led the Force with two goals each, while Anthony Collurafici, Justin Mast, Alex Markiewicz and Daniel Watts each scored individual goals.
Kevin Voelker and Eric Blom led the team in assists.
In Harford County Sunday Travel League action, the Force (2-0-3) settled for a 2-2 tie against the Harford Kicks B team.
During that contest, the Force held a 2-0 lead with less than five minutes in regulation. The Kicks mounted a dramatic comeback, scoring two goals on fast breaks to tie the score, 2-2.
Steven Markiewicz scored the Force's first goal on a fast break up the middle, while Watts scored on a hard shot from just inside the 18-yard line in the second half. Force keepers Ryan Nayden and Eric Blom combined for seven saves, and halfbacks Justin Collins and Brian Kretzschmar controlled the middle for the Force.
The Emmorton Strikers (4-2) scored a 5-0 victory over Havre de Grace in Harford County Rec soccer action. Goals were scored by Mike Abbott, Jeremy Fefel and Will Koester, with assists coming from Eric Siegel, Matt Piotrowski and Brian Grahe.
Under-14 -- The Edgewood Patriots improved their record to 5-1 with a 4-3 win over the Forest Hill Strikers in a county travel contest last Saturday.
Goals were scored by Steve Nearhood, Dave Petrowski, Joe Peitrowski and Eric Sinar, with assists from Shawn Hutton and Nearhood.
The Hickory Rebels (9-1-2) scored two wins in soccer action over last weekend. On Saturday, the Rebels defeated Jarrettsville, 4-0, behind a two-goal performance from Tim Goetzinger. Steve Poole and Ryan MacNeill also scored.
On Sunday, in Harford County Travel League action, the Rebels beat the Genstar Booters, 4-0. Goetzinger and Poole each had a goal, while Mark Leach and Brent Gebhardt scored goals.
In 8-10 Harford/Baltimore Football League action, Bel Air remained undefeated with a 30-0 shutout of defending league and division champion Middle River.
On the opening kickoff, Bel Air drove 75 yards and scored on a keeper by quarterback Matt Warfield. Bel Air scored on its next possession on an 11-yard sweep by Chris Jans. A 43-yard run by Jans just before halftime put Bel Air up 22-0. The defense took care of the rest.
Other scores: 6-8 -- Bel Air 18, Fallston 0; Cockeysville 13, Overlea 6; Middle River 31, Edgewood/JT 6; Stembridge 31, Reisterstown 0.
7-9 -- Parkville 14, Edgewood/JT 0; Aberdeen 19, Middle River 12; Bel Air 12, Middle River 6; Jarrettsville 24, Edgemere 0; Overlea 12, Fallston 7.
8-10 -- Fallston 24, Parkville 6; Overlea 24, Fallston 20; Reisterstown 12, Cockeysville 6; Bel Air 30, Middle River 0; Edgewood J/T 25, Parkville 6; Jarrettsville 22; Lutherville/Timonium 0.
9-11 -- Middle River 8, Edgewood J/T 6; Cockeysville 24, Overlea 0; Fallston 12, Bel Air 0; Edgemere 24, Jarrettsville 0.
10-12 -- Bel Air vs. Overlea (postponed); Cockeysville 28, Overlea 16; Bel Air 7, Fallston 6; Middle River 19, Edgewood J/T 12; Parkville 8, Towson 0; Aberdeen 20, Jarrettsville 6.
11-13 -- Overlea 25, Cockeysville 0; Bel Air 21, Fallston 6; Middle River 18, Edgewood J/T 0; Aberdeen 32, Lutherville-Timonium 6.
To report recreation games, scores and results, send detailed information to: Sports Department, Harford County, Baltimore Sun, 15 Churchville Rd., Suite 112, Bel Air, Md., 21014. Deadline is noon Thursday.