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Prior to their most recent game, the North Harford Hawks (5-0 overall, 3-0 Chesapeake) had won three straight games by a score of 1-0, and in keeping with that trend, they dispatched the host-team Perryville Panthers 1-0 on Wednesday night to keep their unbeaten streak intact.

The game’s lone goal was scored by the Hawks’ Maddy Dolinar in the game’s 12th minute.

CMW splits

The C. Milton Wright Mustangs (6-2 overall, 3-0 Chesapeake) kept themselves on top of the upper division with a 4-1, home-field win over the Bo Manor Eagles on Wednesday.

The Mustangs, with a perfect 3-0 record, are currently tied with the North Harford Hawks for the Chesapeake (upper) division’s top spot.

Heading into half-time of their Wednesday match-up, the Mustangs led 2-0.

Meredith Johnson was CMW’s top offensive contributor with a pair of goals and one assist. Sam Rollins added one goal and one assist, while Katie Gallagher scored the Mustangs’ other tally. Liz Johnson and Emily Kappauf had one assist apiece for CMW.

CMW’s Ashley Van Sycoc had five saves in goal.

“They were very disappointed in the Maryvale loss and they wanted to redeem themselves,” CMW head coach Bonnie Schnell said. “They took control right from the start and showed their desire and skill throughout the game.”

On Tuesday, the Mustangs suffered a 1-0 defeat at the hands of the host-team, Maryvale prep.

The half-time score was 0-0.

Maryvale scored the game’s only goal early in the second half following a scramble in front of the Mustangs’ net.

“We clearly [dominated] in the first half as Maryvale struggled to get the ball past the 50-yard line,” Schnell said. “Unfortunately, the quickness and aggressiveness of their goalie made it impossible for [us] to score a goal.”

Huskies take OT thriller

In the second sudden-death overtime of Wednesday’s game between Patterson Mill and North East, the Huskies’ Sam Rutkowski knocked a ball into the Indians’ net after taking a pass from teammate Danielle Nguyen, giving Patterson Mill (6-2 overall, 3-0 Susquehanna) a 2-1, road-game victory.

The win ties Patterson Mill with the Harford Tech Cobras for first place in the lower division.

Emily Keesling scored in the first half, also on an assist from Nguyen, to give the Huskies a 1-0 lead heading into half-time.

The Indians did not even the game until there were two minutes left in regulation time.

Gabby Brooks saved three shots while tending to the Huskies’ goal.

Cougars pound Mt. Hebron

The Fallston girls (6-1 overall, 2-0 Chesapeake) cruised to a 5-0 victory at home on Wednesday in their game with the Mt. Hebron squad.

Caitlin Dempsey and Natalie Kansler each scored twice to pace the Cougars’ offense, while Lindsay Summers notched one goal. Jenn Ward and Janine York both had one assist for Fallston.

In goal for the Cougars, Anne Morgan Milchling had three saves, while Meghan Dunnighan picked up one save.

Bel Air shutout

With a 2-0 loss to Rising Sun on Wednesday, the Bel Air Bobcats dropped to 4-4 overall on the season and 0-3 against Chesapeake Division opponents.

Joppa edges Edgewood

Joppatowne (3-2 overall, 1-1 Susquehanna) overcame a 2-0, half-time deficit on Wednesday night to beat the host-team Edgewood Rams (2-5 overall, 1-2 Susquehanna) and grab their first lower division victory.

Cara Stovall scored twice in the victory, while Ashley Stovall had one goal for the Mariners. Joppatowne’s Taylor Gills and Britt Gonzalez dished out one assist each.

Edgewood’s goals were scored by Caitlyn Shires and Christine Nguyen. Jackie Sheehan had the Rams lone assist.

Joppatowne goalie Kourtney Orr had four saves.

Tech tops Warriors

Harford Tech (4-4 overall, 3-0 Susquehanna) kept their lower division record spotless on Wednesday with a 9-0 victory over the Havre de Grace Warriors (0-6 overall, 0-2 Susquehanna).

The winning side’s top scorer was Lyndsey Endlich, who had three goals to go with one assist. Maris Braungart scored once and passed out a game-best three assists. Caroline Hagan, Nykki Stritzinger, Katie Perzynski, Jordy Testerman and Maria Kalambihis scored one goal each, while Bess Carlson and Becca Davis both assisted one goal.

Havre de Grace goalkeeper Carson Debonis had a season-best 22 saves.


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