CLARION, Pa. – Maddi Cowburn and Bella Prince each recorded hat tricks, as visiting Bradford rolled to an 8-1 win over Clarion.
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Cowburn added four assists with Prince picking up one. The duo were named the co-Allegheny Grille of Foxburg Players of the Game and talked about the win.
Bradford led 3-1 at halftime before putting the game away with five second-half goals, including two in the first five minutes.
Cowburn and Prince each had two goals after the break with Prince making it 4-1 on a feed from Cowburn in the 41st minute before Cowburn made it 5-1 in the 45th minute.
They then went back-to-back again later in the half with Prince scoring in the 65th minute and Cowburn in the 69th minute to make it 8-1.
Prince started the scoring in the 10th minute and Cowburn made it 3-1 with a goal in the 32nd minute.
Kelsea Austin had the other two goals for the Lady Owls, one in each half. She scored in the 20th minute to put Bradford ahead 2-0 and then again in the 60th minute to make it 7-1.
Clarion’s lone goal came on a penalty kick from Lexi Coull in the 24th minute. JJ Wilson threw the foul in the box, and Coull beat Rylie Baldwin for the lone goal of the game for the Lady Cats.
Cowburn actually had a penalty kick in the 24th minute when she was tripped as she was about to shoot into an open cage. But her penalty went off the bar.
MCDOWELL 2, CATHEDRAl PREP 0
ERIE, Pa. – Grace Emmanuel scored a pair of goals as McDowell earned a 2-0 win over Cathedral Prep.
Vivian Sanders had the shutout in net.
FAIRVIEW 6, WARREN 0
FAIRVIEW, Pa. – Sara Gennuso and Izzy Owens scored two goals each as Fairview blanked Warren, 6-0.
Hannah Lindenberger and Annie Thayer had one goal each for the Tigers. Lindenberger, Gennuso, Owens and Thayer all had assist.
CONNEAUT 10, OIL CITY 1
OIL CITY, Pa. – Alayna Ott scored five goals as Conneaut earned a 10-1 win over Oil City.
Brie Nader added a pair of goals for the Eagles.
KARNS CITY 13, KEYSTONE 0
KARNS CITY, Pa. – McKenna Martin had a hat trick as Karns City earned a 13-0 win over Keystone.
Martin also had an assist, while Addy Christie had two goals and four assists and and Emma Dailey notched two goals and three assists.
Cece Morrow chipped in with a goal and two assists, while Avah Burke, Paige Dodd, Shali Slater, Hanna Dailey and Taylor Miler had one goal each. Slater and Miller also had assists.
GENERAL MCLANE 7, FORT LEBOEUF 0
WATERFORD, Pa. – Cooper Robson recorded a hat trick as General McLane blanked Fort LeBoeuf, 7-0.
Gio Masone had two goals for GM, which led 5-0 at halftime. Dylan Patterson and Carter Sindlinger had one goal each as the Lancers improved to 6-1.
Sindlinger had three assists and Robson, Coletin Barto and Jacob Rau had one helper each. Landon Olszewski had the clean sheet in net.
ST. MARYS 1, BRADFORD 0
ST. MARYS, Pa. – Dawson Krug’s first-half goal proved to be the difference as St. Marys beat Bradford, 1-0.
Casey Young and Carter Duch combined on the shutout in net for the Dutchmen.
SENECA 7, EISENHOWER 1
WATTSBURG, Pa. – Shawn Renner and Liam Pikiewicz scored two goals each as Seneca earned a 7-1 win over Eisenhower.
Reed Yost and Brayden George also found the back of the net for Seneca, while Pikiewicz and Renner also had two helpers each.
FRANKLIN 13, OIL CITY 0
FRANKLIN, Pa. – Nate Pfenningwerth had a hat trick as Franklin blanked Oil City, 13-0.
Ben Yard and Chippy Whitling had two goals each for the Knights.
Adding one tally each were Spencer Riley, Quinn Ritchey, Gage Haniwalt, Seldon Bean and Connor Ritchey.
Reston Weismann had the shutout in net.
WARREN 2, IROQUOIS 1, 2OT
LAWRENCE PARK, Pa. – Parks Ordiway’s goal with 59 seconds left in double overtime lifted Warren to a 2-1 Region 4 win at Iroquois on Wednesday.
Ordiway notched both Warren goals as he scored in regulation off an assist from Gavin Rex.
NORTH EAST 2, GIRARD 0
GIRARD, Pa. – Troy Croscut-Miller and Mike McGuigan both found the back of the net as North East earned a 2-0 win over Girard.
Reece Kordes got the shutout in net.
BOLIVAR, NY – Oswayo Valley’s Rylee Thompson earned medalist honors with a 53 but it was Smethport that earned a 31-24 team victory.
For the Hubbers, Olivia Schott shot a 58, Hope Peterson 63, Ava Costa 68, Isabella Learn 70, and Jackie Davis 73.
Also for OV, Shayden Mesler had a 66, Layken Enty 72, Rachel Rathbun 81, and Danielle Williams 84.