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(Enlarge) Fallston goalkeeper Sarah DiMaggio sets up between the ball and the goal during Wednesday afternoon's game against Patterson Mill. (Russelll Tracy for the Aegis)

In Tuesday’s field hockey showdown between Patterson Mill and Fallston, the host-team Huskies dealt their guests a second straight Chesapeake (upper) Division loss by topping the Cougars 2-0.

The Huskies allowed more than seven times as many shots as they took, but there to stop each of Fallston’s attempts was Patterson Mill goalkeeper Gabby Brooks. When the final whistle sounded, Brooks had posted a season-high 29 saves.

Patterson Mill’s first goal came in the opening half, with Mariel Castronova scoring off an assist from fellow Husky Emily Keesling. In the second frame, Sam Rutkowski put away an unassisted goal to cap scoring for the day.

Sarah DiMaggio had five saves in goal for the Cougars.

The victory pushed Patterson Mill’s record 5-1-1 overall, and 1-0 in upper-division games. Fallston is 4-2 on the season, with both losses coming at the hands of Chesapeake opponents.

Bobcats still unbeaten

Bel Air extended it’s win streak to eight games on Wednesday night with a 3-1 win over C. Milton Wright (3-4 overall, 1-1 Chesapeake).

The Bobcats’ Abeigh Dempsey scored once and posted one assist, while Kelsey Jenkins and Taylor Klunk each netted one goal in the victory.

Trailing 3-0 late in the second half, the Mustangs saw their only goal scored by Maggie Gallagher, with an assist from Haleigh Fulco.

Rachelle Ciulla saved eight shots in the Bobcats goal. Ashley Van Scyoc had one save for CMW, while teammate Julia DiCara registered two saves.

Hawks edge Eagles

North Harford (5-1 overall) evened its Chesapeake Division record to 1-1 on Wednesday night with a 2-1, home-field victory over Bo Manor.

Maddy Dolinar and Sarah Rinaca each scored once in the victory.

Tending to the Hawks goal, Beth Genovese registered three saves.

Mariners take shutout

Joppatowne (2-4 overall, 1-1 Susquehanna) beat Havre de Grace (0-5 overall, 0-2 Susquehanna) 5-0 going away on Wednesday.

Sarah Appel and Ratoshia Scott each scored twice for the winning side, while Julie Sands had one tally.

Havre de Grace’s Nautica Heatley had three saves in goal.

Cobras lose in overtime

The Harford Tech Cobras (0-8 overall, 0-2 Susquehanna) lost 3-2 in overtime to the host-team Elkton Golden Elks on Wednesday.

The game was knotted 2-2 at halftime.

Rams blanked

Edgewood (2-5 overall, 1-1 Susquehanna) was shut out 6-0 at home on Wednesday night by the Perryville Panthers.

Perryville led 2-0 at halftime.

The Rams goalkeeper Monica Attia had a season-best performance, putting up 31 saves.

Aberdeen dropped

The Aberdeen Eagles (2-5 overall, 0-2 Susquehanna) dropped their Wednesday home contest with North East 5-0.

Aberdeen goalie Desiree Vann had 22 saves in the loss.

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