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Oct. 14, 2021 Soccer: St. Marys Girls Best ECC in ‘Pink Out’ Game; Brockway Boys Edge Port Allegany

St. Marys' Gabby Pistner

ST. MARYS, Pa. – In their ‘Pink Out’ game, the St. Marys Lady Dutch got two goals from Gabby Pistner in a 4-2 win over crosstown rival Elk County Catholic on Thursday.

Pistner got the Lady Dutch on the board just over 13 minutes into the game off a Gianna Surra corner kick, only to watch as the Lady Crusaders tied the game less than a minute later on a Rylie Belsole goal.

The scoring came fast and furious for St. Marys, as Lucy Hays got behind the defense and was able to beat keeper Allison Geci for a goal to make it 2-1 with 16:21 to go in the half.

Less than a minute later, it was the freshman Pistner who made it 3-1 with her second goal of the game.

Pistner was named the Allegheny Grille of Foxburg Player of the Game and talked about the win afterward:

That 3-1 score held until 16:40 to go in the second half, when Seanna VanAlstine scored for Elk County Catholic to make it 3-2.

The Lady Crusaders seemingly had all the momentum, but St. Marys had a quick counter that resulted in an Anna Lundin goal with less than 10 minutes to go that put the game out of reach.

Rewatch the game:

It was the second win this season for St. Marys over ECC.

Olivia Eckles was credited with 20 stops for St. Marys and Geci 12 for ECC.

VILLA MARIA 9, CONNEAUT (OHIO) 0

ERIE, Pa. – Ella Raimondi scored three goals as Villa Maria blanked Conneaut (Ohio), 9-0.

Alexa Tojaga and Callie Cacchione had two goals apiece for the Victors, while Kianua Ruiz and Ella Fedor had one each.

Addie Stark and Genevieve Izbicki combined on the shutout in net.

BRADFORD 5, WARREN 0

WARREN, Pa. – Bella Prince recorded a hat trick as Bradford earned a 5-0 win over Warren.

Maddie Cowburn scored two goals and had three assists for the Lady Owls, while Emily Morgan had two assists and Emily Prince one helper.

Paige Smith had the clean sheet in net for Bradford with six saves.

HICKORY 7, SHARON 0

HERMITAGE, Pa. – Abby Cozad and Cecilia Perman had three goals each as Hickory blanked Sharon.

Santina Masters, Lauren Harkless and Anna Rodenbaugh also scored for the Hornets.

MERCER 15, WEST MIDDLESEX 0

WEST MIDDLESEX, Pa. – Julia Balaski had a six-goal game as Mercer blanked West Middlesex.

Morgan Miller had a hat trick for the Mustangs, while Devyn Bailey and Mallory White added two goals apiece.

WILMINGTON 12, KENNEDY CATHOLIC 0

NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. – Ashley Wignall and Reese Walker had three goals each as Wilmington pitched a shutout against Kennedy Catholic.

Analise Hendrickson added two goals for the Greyhounds, while Anna Williams, Annalee Gardner, Evi Dickinson and Becka Book added one goal each.

MCDOWELL 3, ERIE 0

ERIE, Pa. – Abby Faulhaber, Hannah Shepard and Sara Malina all had goals as McDowell beat Erie, 3-0.

MERCYHURST PREP 6, GIRARD 0

GIRARD, Pa. – Rebecka Haburksy scored pair of goals as Mercyhurst Prep blanked Girard.

Sam Ferick, Catherine Abbate, Erin Matlock and Luca Spracklen also scored for the Lakers.

BOYS

BROCKWAY 2, PORT ALLEGANY 1

PORT ALLEGANY, Pa. – Brockway earned a hard-fought 2-1 win over Port Allegany in a boys soccer showdown on Thursday.

Marcus Bennett and Noah Adams scored for Brockway.

Henry Kisler had the lone marker of the game for Port Allegany.

Ty Guilds was big in net for the Gators with 22 saves, while Jacob Maze had one stop for the Rovers.

KARNS CITY 3, BROOKVILLE 1

KARNS CITY, Pa. – Myles McCully scored a pair of goals as Karns City earned a 3-1 win over Brookville.

Adam Smith had a difficult-angle goal for the Gremlins and also assisted on one of Smith’s goals. Karns City improved to 11-2 with the win.

FAIRVIEW 3, NORTH EAST 1

FAIRVIEW, Pa. – Josh Howells, Noah Skelly and Nathan Kisiel all had goals as Fairview earned a 3-1 win over North East.

Mike McGuigan had the lone goal for North East.

GIRARD 11, CORRY 0

GIRARD, Pa. – Andy Jones scored five goals to help lead Girard past Corry.

Keaton Fiddler added three goals for the Yellow Jackets, while Isaiah Schoonover, Nate Edwards and Braxton Johnson had one goal each.

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