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(Enlarge) Fallston's James Glezen tries to shake Havre de Grace's Kip Brown as he heads to the goal in Tuesday night's UCBAC championship game at Havre de Grace. The Warriors fell to the Cougars, 16-2. (MATT BUTTON | AEGIS STAFF)

Havre de Grace goalie Travis Coakley had a busy night Tuesday, making 17 saves in the Warriors game against Fallston in the UCBAC boys lacrosse championship.

The Warriors, who hosted both the boys and the girls games on the turf of James R. Harris Stadium, fell in the boys game, 16-2 to Fallston.

The Cougars also won the girls game, 18-4, over North East.

In the boys game, Fallston scored the game's first goal just 49 seconds into the action, but Havre de Grace was equal to the task less then two minutes later.

From there on, though, Fallston, which won 18 of 22 face-offs, reeled off the next 11 goals for a 12-1 lead.

Havre de Grace snapped the streak with a late first half goal, the Warriors last tally of the night.

The Cougars added a pair of goals in each of the final two quarters. The two in the third period gave Fallston a 12-goal lead and started a running clock.

Taylor Brown led the Cougars scoring with three goals, while Greg Horsham and Kyle D'Onofrio each found the nets twice.

Brian White, who opened the scoring with his only goal, was joined by Marc Badger, Jason Lawrence, James Glezen, Andy Thrasher, Sam D'Onofrio, Travis Greene, Luke Ward and Jeremy Scranton, who each had single goals.

Justin Gosnell had the Warriors first goal on an end-to-end goal. Mark Holloway had the other Havre de Grace goal, with an assist from Chris Castillo.

Fallston goalie Caleb Abney had just two saves.

The Cougar girls needed just 52 seconds to get on the scoreboard then scored three more goals over the next two minutes for a quick, 4-0 lead.

North East got on the board a minute later, but the Cougars responded with a run of eight straight goals for a 12-1 lead and a running clock for the 10-goal differential on their way to the win.

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