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Thanks to a hat trick from Andy Montgomery, Aberdeen’s boys soccer team (5-1 overall, 1-1 Chesapeake) earned an important upper division victory Tuesday night, beating the visiting Fallston Cougars (2-4-1 overall, 0-1-1 Chesapeake).

Montgomery scored twice in the first half, then capped his three-goal evening with another tally in the second frame.

Rickie Kalama dished out a pair of assists for Aberdeen, while teammate Joel Carter had one assist.

David Bush saved nine shots in goal for Aberdeen. Fallston goalkeeper Steve Webster had 13 saves.

Scoreless tie

The Bel Air Bobcats earned a 0-0 tie with powerhouse St. Mark’s of Delaware Tuesday.

The host Bobcats couldn’t score despite out shooting their guests, 14-5. In the first half of Wednesday’s match, Bel Air was fouled inside the St. Mark’s box, but the resulting penalty kick bounced off the upright.

Bel Air goalie Conor Kregecz had four saves.

The Bobcats are 4-1-1 on the year.

Huskies edge Cobras

Patterson Mill picked up its first victory of the season, dispatching the visiting Harford Tech Cobras (3-2-1 overall, 1-1 Susquehanna) 2-1, Tuesday night.

The Huskies, 1-4 overall, led, 2-0, at the half.

The winning side’s first goal came in the 15th minute when Matt Golczewski knocked a shot into the Harford Tech net off of an assist from Kyle Walczak. Two minutes later, Aaron Childs scored Patterson Mill’s final goal, with Ross Catron supplying the assist.

Harford Tech cut the Patterson Mill lead in half just two minutes into the second half as Austin Lentz found the Mustangs net after receiving a pass from Zac Lazarus.

In goal for the Huskies, Brady Morton had four saves. Cobra goalie Dan Ashburn saved eight shots.

Harford Christian victorious

The red-hot Harford Christian School improved to 7-0 on the season and 5-0 against MACSAC opponents with a 4-1 win on its home field against Granite Baptist Tuesday.

The Eagles led, 2-0, at intermission.

Nick Raivel scored twice and had one assist to lead the winners. John Wilson scored once and had an assist. Seth McCarthy scored a goal and Ryan Redmond and Vince Wilson each had an assist.

Rams win in overtime

Edgewood (2-3 overall, 2-0 Susquehanna) won its Tuesday match against the Havre de Grace Warriors (1-4 overall, 0-1 Susquehanna), 2-1, in overtime.

After regulation play, the game was tied at 1. Edgewood ended the contest in the first sudden death period with a goal.

Dustin Wolff scored for Edgewood off of an assist from Austin Copeland. Xavior Dado had the Rams’ other goal, scoring off of an assist by Stuart Kennedy.

Hawks blank Indians

Visiting North Harford (3-1-1 overall, 1-0-1 Chesapeake) beat the North East Indians, 3-0, Tuesday.

Kyle Six scored twice for the Hawks. Tyler Miller was responsible for the winning side’s other goal.

North Harford’s Chip Shaughnessy had six saves in goal.


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