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The Aberdeen girls lacrosse team broke into the win column Wednesday for the first time this season, topping visiting Joppatowne, 14-8.

Aberdeen led, 7-5, at the half before stretching it out in the final half.

Kayla Gardner paced the Eagles with five goals and one assist, while Megan Lutrey and Djene Diane had two goals and one assist each.

Morgan Tildon also tallied two goals, while Emily Whittie had a goal and three assists and Sarah Morris finished with a goal and two assists.

Aberdeen’s final goal was an own goal scored by Joppatowne.

Joppatowne was led by Christina Miller’s three goals and Julie Sands’ two goals.

Cynthia Ezedike added a goal and assist, while Candice Amo-Adade and Caroline Clark had single goals. Emma McDougall also had one assist in the loss.

Aberdeen goalie Desiree Vann made eight saves and Joppatowne keeper Ratoshia Scott also had eight saves.

Huskies edged by Hawks

Patterson Mill slipped to 0-2 Wednesday afternoon after a 10-7 loss to visiting River Hill.

Junior Emily Keesling led the Huskies scoring efforts with three goals and one assist, while Allie Poust netted a goal and two assists.

Sam Boyce added one and one assist, while Brittany Cudmore and Amy Bednarek each added a goal.

Goalie Heather Dove finished with eight saves.

River Hill held a 4-3 lead at the half.

Mustangs suffer first loss

C. Milton Wright suffered its first loss Tuesday as visiting Century knocked off the Mustangs, 15-7.

Jordan Snyder and Kaitlan Moynihan led the Mustangs with two goals each, while single goals were tallied by Abby Smucker, Lauren Haggerty and Maggie Gallagher.

Katie Burgee dished out two assists, while Morgan Hunter and Sara LeBrun had one assist each.

CMW goalies were Rebecca Muscella (no saves) and Heather McKee (five saves).

Century led at the half, 8-3.

“Century outplayed us during stretches of the game. I believe they are easily one of the top five teams in the state this year,” Mustangs head coach Brent Ritz said.

“We competed well but their defense forced us into tougher shots and their goalie played very well. We were able to get shots on the offensive end, but really struggled to finish our opportunities. I wasn’t sure how our team would respond after they went on a 4-goal run in the second half. We seemed broken, but we regrouped and finished the game with a greater intensity. We look forward to progressing into county play next week.”

Patriots fall, too

John Carroll also lost Tuesday, 14-12, to Roland Park Country School.

Annie Thomas had another hot day, scoring five goals, while Cat Gordon, Erica Bodt and Leah Pace had two goals apiece. Mackenzie Reese also had one goal.

Melissa Cox had two assists, while Reese and Thomas each had one.

Bobcats dealt first loss

Bel Air was also beaten Tuesday by visiting Perry Hall, 14-7.

The score was tied 5-5 at the half.

Jordan Hammond and Kathryn Merrick each scored two goals in the loss.

Goalie Lucy Laughlin made 14 saves in the loss.

Warriors open with win

The Havre de Grace girls lacrosse team opened its 2011 season Tuesday night with a win, beating visiting Edgewood in a tight match, 13-11.

Senior Christina Hawkins led the Warriors to victory offensively, scoring six goals and adding two assists.

Maddie Hewitt and Candace Knight tallied two goals each, while Haley Dean and Carly Thompson netted a goal apiece.

Warriors Abby Blessing (five saves in first half) and Erin Worthington (nine saves in second half) shared goaltending duties in the victory.

Havre de Grace held a 9-5 lead at the half.

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