Bel Air @ Fallston
WHEN -- Wednesday, 7 p.m.
OUTLOOK -- Both have gotten off to good starts and are two of the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Confer ence's top teams. The question for Bel Air is how to stop Fallston's of fense. New Fallston coach Ryan Arist made it a smooth transition in taking over for Matt Parks. Bel Air also has a good offense and plays tough defense.
THE SUN'S PICK -- Fallston
Roland Park @ No. 1 John Carroll
WHEN -- Friday, 4 p.m.
OUTLOOK -- This game will be the end of a very long week for John Car roll. The Patriots have to play four games and could be a little tired at this point. But their high-powered of fense hasn't let up so far, led by Casey Ancarrow, Allyson Carey and others. John Carroll is likely going to be rid ing high after its thrashing of long-time powerhouse Mount Hebron and, even though the Reds were still close (1 1/2 games behind first-place John Carroll in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference late last week), the Pat riots just have too much.
THE SUN'S PICK -- John Carroll
Bel Air vs. C. Milton Wright
WHEN -- Friday, 7 p.m.
WHERE -- Harford Community College
OUTLOOK -- This will be a rematch of the April 1 game when the Mus tangs pulled out a 12-9 victory. C.M. Wright won its first five games before dropping a one-goal decision to Seton Keough. Mallory Vogel and Liz John son combined for five goals in a re cent 7-5 victory over North Harford. Maddie Salamone was busy for Bel Air, scoring 14 goals in routs of Reser voir and Aberdeen. The question is if Bel Air can find enough offense.
THE SUN'S PICK -- C.M. Wright