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(Enlarge) Patterson Mill wide receiver Justin Palmer (4) jumps for a ball during Friday night's game at Edgewood High School. (Russell Tracy for The Aegis)

The Patterson Mill Huskies (6-3 overall, 4-1 Susquehanna) won their fourth straight football contest on Friday night, beating the Edgewood Rams (3-6 overall, 2-3 Susquehanna) 24-13 going away.

Huskie quarterback Cameron Wann threw for a season-best four touchdowns, and completed 12 of 16 passes for 179 yards in the air. On foot, Wann scrambled eight times for 85 yards.

Patterson Mill’s top receiver was Justin Palmer, who caught three passes for 58 yards and one touchdown. Zach Zeller caught a pair of passes for 30 yards and one touchdown, while Mike Pearson posted 22 yards on two catches, one of which went for a touchdown. Myles Daniels pulled down two passes for 21 yards and one touchdown.

The Rams’ top performer was Quron Ewell, who was responsible for both of his team’s touchdowns. Ewell, who had a game-best 114 yards on 17 carries, scored on runs of 25 and two yards.

Edgewood quarterback Seth Higgins connected on nine of his 23 passing attempts for 123 yards, and also ran for 35 yards on three carries.

The Rams’ receiving corps was paced by Tyrell Peterson, who reeled in two catches for 39 yards. Ricky Dangerfield had 35 yards on two catches in the loss, while teammates Donald Griffen and Kamian Mitchell had 19 and 18 yards, respectively, on two catches apiece.

Justin Schisler and Zach Jordan were Patterson Mill’s top tacklers with 11 each. Zeller added nine tackles and three sacks, while fellow Husky Justin Crunkleton had eight tackles and a pair of sacks.

Corey Haughton led the Edgewood defense with 11 tackles, while Delonte Neal, Hasaan Fulton, Chansler Bell and Kaleb Myers all had nine tackles in the loss.

Hawks still perfect

The North Harford Hawks continued toward a perfect regular season with a 35-9 victory over C. Milton Wright on Friday night.

Heading into their week-10 contest, the Hawks are 9-0, with a 6-0 mark against Chesapeake (upper) Division opponents. The Mustangs are 2-7 on the year, and 2-4 in upper division match-ups.

The Hawks racked up 347 yards during the game, all of which were gained on the ground. Quarterback Cody Turner ran for a pair of touchdowns, and notched 82 yards on eight carries. Nick Warren had a team-best 83 yards on five carries, and scored one touchdown. Ben Kenley ran the ball eight times for 53 yards in the victory, while teammate Josh Welsh had 21 yards on six rushing attempts.

North Harford’s Brandon Bayer had success on both sides of the ball, running for 73 yards and one touchdown on 11 carries, and scoring on a 68-yard fumble return.

Hawk placekicker Tyler Lenane was a perfect 5-for-5 on his extra-point attempts.

All nine of CMW’s points came from Mustang kicker Brendan Magistro, who nailed three field goals.

Jordan Mangones was the Mustangs’ top rusher, picking up 48 yards on 12 carries. CMW quarterback Bryce Monroe completed seven of 18 passes for 106 yards, with receivers Colt Hancock, Deric Bryant and Adam Merryman each catching two throws.

Warren and Brady Maguire both picked off one CMW pass.

Sean Cannon and Vincent Culotta had eight tackles apiece to pace the North Harford defense, while Drew Mullhausen posted five tackles in the win. Bayer had four tackles and the Hawks’ lone sack, while Turner, Nate Brockmeyer, Jake Harris and Brandon Wooten all notched four tackles.

For the CMW defense, Josh Lipka had one interception, and teammate Wes Laguerre recovered a North Harford fumble.

This Friday, the Hawks wrap up their regular season with a 7 p.m. home game with Elkton, while the Mustangs travel to Joppatowne at the same time for their week-10 match-up.

Bobcats over Elks

Bel Air (5-4 overall, 3-3 Chesapeake) evened its division record on Friday by defeating the host-team Elkton Golden Elks 29-14.

Bel Air back Tom Kuegler had the longest of the Bobcats’ touchdowns, busting loose from 78 yards out and sprinting all the way to the Elkton end zone.

Alex Love scored for Bel Air on a 56-yard run, while Matt Sweitzer helped out the winning cause by powering across the line from one yard out.

The Bobcats’ lone passing touchdown came when quarterback Ryan Monardo hit running back Dezmon Hall with a 15-yard scoring throw.

Leading the way for Bel Air was Kuegler, who had a season-best 186 yards on 14 carries. Hall picked up 90 yards on 14 carries and caught two passes.

Robert Salas was credited with a team-best 12 tackles in the victory, while teammates Cavin Murray and Steve Hemmig both had eight tackles. Sweitzer posted eight tackles, and blocked one of Elkton’s punt attempts.

In their final regular-season game, the Bobcats will host Aberdeen at 7 p.m. on Friday.

Cougars top Eagles

With a 42-20, road-game victory over Aberdeen on Friday night, the Fallston Cougars improved to 8-1 on the season, and 5-1 in the Chesapeake Division.

The loss dropped Aberdeen down to 0-9 overall.

Kennard Squirrell came through with 141 rushing yards and one touchdown on 22 attempts to pace the Aberdeen offense. Quintel Kelly had 39 yards and one touchdown on six carries in the defeat.

Eagle quarterback Kyle Swearingen completed 12 of his 15 pass attempts for 155 yards and one touchdown.

Aberdeen’s Freddie Hill caught a pair of passes, one of them being a touchdown reception, on his way to 45 receiving yards. Kenny Faulcon led the Eagles with 51 yards on four catches, while Squirrell caught four receptions for 41 yards. Travares Payton had two receptions for 18 yards in the loss.

Hill led Aberdeen’s defense with 14 tackles and one fumble recovery.

In their week-10 match-up, the Cougars will host Havre de Grace at 7 p.m. on Friday, while Aberdeen wraps up its regular season with a 7 p.m. road contest against Bel Air.

Cobras drop ninth

The Harford Tech team left its Friday match-up with the visiting Bo Manor squad still searching for that first win, as the guests dished out a 42-6 loss to host-team Cobras.

This Friday, the Cobras will host the Maryland Academy of Tech and Health Sciences at 7 p.m. on Friday.

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