North Harford edges Bel Air, Edgewood beats HdG in Friday girls lacrosse openers

Hawks kick off season with one-goal win

March 21, 2014

The North Harford Hawks began their girls lacrosse season slipping by visiting Bel Air, 6-5.

North Harford's Katie Clark led her team with a two-goal performance. Nicole Latgis led the Hawks with two assists. Jen Doering, Bailey Saneman, Sophie Crowther and Claudia Diventi each had a goal in the victory.

Bel Air's Cassidy Jones scored a pair of goals, while Sam Keesey, Bekah Riley and Katy Higinbothom all scored once. Natalie Neff dished out one assist for Bel Air.

Edgewood over Havre de Grace

The Edgewood Rams scored a road victory Friday, beating Havre de Grace, 9-7.

At halftime, the Rams led the Warriors, 6-3.

Ladae Boykin scored four times for the Rams, while Jordyn Carll and Vonyah Simon each had two goals. Alyssa Rankin netted one goal for the Rams. Boykin and Ranking both registered one assist.

Havre de Grace's Lauren Herrington had two goals and one assist, while fellow Warrior Taylor Johnson also netted two goals. Haley Dean, Colleen McCormick and Carley Thompson each scored once.

Warrior goalie Lauren Butler racked up eight saves. Edgewood goalkeeper Savannah Kerr was credited with 15 saves.

Harford Tech trounces North East

The Harford Tech Cobras earned a 19-6 home victory over North East Friday.

Becca Williams led the Cobra offense with a six-goal, two-assist showing. Teammate Courtney Poole netted four goals. Sam Volz racked up two goals and two assists for the Cobras, while Bethany Bishop had two goals and one assist. Tori Arcilesi had three goals, and Amanda Weir netted two goals.

Harford Tech goalie Bryana Watt put up 13 saves.

Patterson Mill defeated

The Patterson Mill girls were knocked off, 19-5, Friday by visiting Hereford.

Gabby Vujanic and Sam Herman had two goals apiece for the hosts, while Gabby Chenworth had one goal. E.J. Karwatka had the Huskies' lone assist.

Abby Smith posted six saves in goal for Patterson Mill.

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