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The Patterson Mill field hockey squad earned a spot in the upcoming Class 1A North regional championship with a 4-0, shutout victory over the visiting Joppatowne Mariners on Monday night.

The second-seeded Huskies were led by Sam Rutkwoski, who scored once and dished out a pair of assists. Christina Claypool, Katie Meek and Emily Keesling all scored once in the victory, while Mariel Castronova posted one assist for Patterson Mill.

In the regional final, which will be played today (Wednsday), Patterson Mill will host the fourth-seeded Loch Raven squad.

Cougars moving on

Monday’s Class 2A North regional semifinal saw the third-seeded Fallston Cougars keep their season moving with a 4-2 win over visiting seventh seed, Rising Sun.

The victory earned Fallston a spot in today’s 2A North championship game, which will feature the Cougars and the visiting Bel Air Bobcats.

Christina Conrad was the driving force behind Fallston’s victory, scoring all but one of her team’s goals. Lindsay Summers scored once for Fallston. All three of Fallston’s assists were handed out by Jenna Mosketti.

In goal for the Cougars, Sarah DiMaggio had three saves.

On Thursday afternoon, the Cougars got their post-season started by knocking off the sixth-seeded North East Indians 5-0.

The host-team Cougars were paced by Jordan Wagner’s two-goal, one-assist performance. Danielle McDiarmid and Conrad both scored once and notched one assist for the winning side, while Sami Carter netted one goal. Mosketti led Fallston in assists with two.

DiMaggio posted one save.

Bobcats heading to final

The Class 2A North’s fourth-seeded Bel Air Bobcats stamped their ticket to the regional final on Monday by knocking off the visiting Elkton Golden Elks 8-1.

At halftime, the Bobcats were up 2-0.

Taylor Klunk and Kelsey Jenkens each scored three goals for the Bobcats, while Andrea Pongracz and Abeigh Dempsey scored once each in the victory. Jordan Vazquez, Megan Shetz and Emily Gryglewski each posted one assist for Bel Air.

In Thurdsay’s regional quarterfinal with Dundalk, the Bobcats beat the visiting fifth seed 8-0.

Klunk scored a hat trick, while Erika Armetta netted a pair of goals. Vazquez, Jenkens and Gryglewski all scored once in the win.

Hawks still alive

The third-seeded North Harford Hawks topped second seed Parkville 5-0 on Monday in the Class 3A North’s regional semifinal round, earning themselves a spot in Wednesday’s regional title game.

The 3A North final will see the Hawks travel to play the top-seeded Hereford Bulls.

Kara Parks scored twice to pace the Hawks, while Maddy Dolinar, Jess Rutherford and Katie Owens each scored once.

In goal for the Hawks, Beth Genovese saved a pair of shots.

In their regional quarterfinal match-up with sixth-seeded Aberdeen on Thursday, the Hawks cruised to a 7-0, home-field victory.

Parks and Rebecca Rinaca scored twice in the win, while Sarah Rinaca, Alexi Spector and Maddie Price all contributed one goal.

Aberdeen goalkeeper Desiree Van was credited with 32 saves in the loss.

Mustangs knocked out

On Monday, the fourth-seeded C. Milton Wright Mustangs were knocked out of the Class 3A North tournament with a 1-0, overtime loss to the top-seeded Hereford Bulls.

The defeat marked the second time this year CMW has suffered a 1-0 loss to Hereford, and this is the second year in a row that the Mustangs were eliminated from post-season play by the Bulls.

Ashley Van Scyoc saved four shots in the CMW goal.

In their post-season opener, the Mustangs topped the visiting Franklin Indians 3-0 on Thursday.

The host-team Mustangs were up 1-0 heading into the second half.

Maggie Gallagher scored twice for the Mustangs, while Sara Nolan found the Franklin net once. Kristen Vitali, Katie Gallagher and Brooke Williams all had one assist in the victory.

Tech done

Fourth-seeded Harford Tech’s season ended on Thursday with a 1-0, home-field loss to fifth seed Loch Raven in the Class 1A North regional quarterfinal game.

Warriors eliminated

Havre de Grace saw its 2010 season come to a close on Thursday, as the fifth-seeded Warriors were beaten 9-0 going away by the fourth-seeded St. Michael’s team in the Class 1A South’s regional quarterfinal round.




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