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(Enlarge) Fallston's Christina Wright struggles to keep control of the ball as John Carroll's Alex Mezzanotte, left, and Annie Thomas move in during Monday's game at John Carroll. (Russell Tracy for the Aegis)

The Bobcats, of Bel Air, pulled off a tight win Monday, edging host Perry Hall, 12-11, in a non-league girls lacrosse match up.

Jordan Hammond scored three goals to pace the Bobcats offensive attack, while Taylor Klunk and Brooke Lorber each had two goals.

Kaci Starkloff, Sam Williams, Abeigh Dempsey, Kelsey Jenkens and Karely Bridges each had single goals.

Bel Air assists came from Kathryn Merrick, Lorber and Bridges. In the goal, Bobcats keeper Taylor Gillis made five saves.

Hawks nip Hereford

In a make-up non-league contest played Monday, North Harford held off host Hereford for a 14-13 win. The Hawks led at the half, 10-6.

Haley Ford’s five goals led the Hawks’ scoring, while Rhiannon Coogle added three goals and Morgan Knox had two.

Amy Poteet, Kelli Gerding, Emily Clark and Brittany Boden each had single goals.

Collecting assists were Coogle, Boden, Gerding, Mary Angstadt and Laura Psaros.

Draw control leaders were Poteet, Coogle, Gerding and Ford, with three each, while Boden and Emily Clark each had two.

Eagles post another win

Aberdeen picked up a second win Friday, beating visiting Joppatowne, 15-7. The win was anchored by a 9-2 halftime lead.

Amanda Willard led the Eagles with four goals, while Andrea Siedlarczyk added three. Emily Whittie and Monica Ashton netted two goals each, while single goals were scored by Megan Lutrey, Morgan Tildon, Julie Shetterly and Rachel Keeley.

Brittany Gonzalez led the Mariners with five goals, while Christina Miller and Julie Sands had single tallies.

Siedlarczyk, Tildon, Ashton, Lucy Daghir and Adelina Veseli added assists for the Eagles.

In the nets, Aberdeen goalie Desiree Vann made 10 saves, while Joppatowne keeper, Ratoshia Scott had 11 saves.

Patriots top Huskies

John Carroll made a visit to Patterson Mill Thursday night and delivered a 15-11 non-league win.

Annie Thomas lit up the nets for five goals to pace the Patriots, while Melissa Cox, Jenn Etzel, Leah Pace and Caroline Haggerty had two goals apiece. Mackenzie Reese and Erica Bodt added single goals.

Cox also had three assists, while Thomas, Etzel, Pace and Alex Mezzanotte had single assists.

Patterson Mill was led by Emily Keesling’s four goals and one assist, while Sam Boyce added three goals and Sydney Taylor had two goals and two assists. Brittany Cudmore finished with a goal and two assists and Shannon Hurley had a goal. Taylor Burris added two assists and Sammi Galbraith had one assist.

Lisa Barnaba (six saves), Carlee Ries (three saves) and Kendra Wade (two saves) each played in goal for the Patriots, while Patterson Mill goalie Heather Dove had seven saves.

Rams fall

Edgewood was beaten Thursday by Eastern Tech, 11-4, in a non-league contest played at Harford Community College.

Rebecca Conte scored all four Edgewood goals, while Jen Miller and Rachel Holland each had assists.

Kelsey Yungandreas (seven saves) and Stephanie Kennedy (five saves) split time in the Rams goal.


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