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The Fallston Cougars boys varsity soccer team picked up another win Tuesday night, beating visiting Rising Sun, 5-1, in UCBAC Chesapeake Division play.

The Cougars, which led 2-1 at the half, got two goals from Brian White, while Matt Hamilton, Mikey Antinozzi and Chris Johnson each tallied one goal.

Antinozzi, Steve Sullivan, Tyler Martenson, Chris Lievendag and Keefer West each had assists.

Pat Parrish picked up the win in goal, making eight saves.

Bobcats blank Hawks

Bel Air also picked up a Chesapeake win Tuesday night, blanking host North Harford, 3-0.

The Bobcats led 1-0 at halftime on a goal from Tyler Szekalski, who was assisted by Drew Rowlands.

The second goal came with 10 minutes to play as Carson Kalama tallied his sixth goal of the season with an assist from Rowlands.

Brenton Violante scored the final Bel Air goal on a direct kick from 20 yards outside the box.

Warriors nip Cobras

Host Havre de Grace nipped Harford Tech, 3-2, Tuesday night in a Susquehanna Division contest.

Tech scored in the fourth minute of play when Mark Leyhe scored on a 20-yard shot off an assist from Shawn Thomas.

Havre de Grace tied the score 22 minutes later on Brendan Haffey’s goal. The score went to the half tied, 1-1.

The Warriors took their first lead just two minutes into the second half, when Eric Lynch dished the assist to Grant McFarland.

I didn’t take long for Tech to tie it back up, as Demeir Wilches put in a shot, just two minutes later, with the assist to Zac Lazarus.

Havre de Grace went back ahead for good on McFarland’s unassisted goal.

Warrior goalie Ryan Chojnowski made five saves in the win, while Tech keeper Dan Ashburn also made five saves.

Cobras fall again

Tech also lost Wednesday, 4-1, to visiting Bo Manor in Susquehanna play.

Bo Manor took a 2-0 halftime lead on goals by Tony Ohanessian and Pat Odierna.

Odierna scored again in the 55th minute before Tech’s Brandon Chase put in a cross from Demeir Wilches in the 62nd minute.

Bo Manor added its fourth goal in the 63rd minute on a Brad Birkenthall goal.

Tech goalie Ashburn recorded seven saves as did Bo Manor goalie Joe Shrewsbury.

Eagles shutout Eagles

Aberdeen picked up a Susquehanna win Tuesday afternoon, shutting out host Bo Manor, 2-0.

Rickie Kalama scored for Aberdeen in the first half, assisted by Gage Gladden, while Gladden scored himself in the second half, off the assist from Alex Brainard.

David Claycomb earned the shutout in goal with five saves.

Elks stop Rams

Edgewood hosted Elkton Tuesday night at Harford Tech and Elkton posted a 4-1 Susquehanna win.

Edgewood’s lone goal was scored by Nathan Austin and Taylor Haupt had the assist.

Rams goalie Eric Glover had 15 saves.

Other score

In a Susquehanna contest in Joppatowne, Perryville rolled over the Mariners, 10 -1.


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