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Sept. 7, 2022 D9/10 Soccer Recaps: Big Day for Redbank Valley; Grove City, Eisenhower Girls Triumph

Eisenhower's Kenzie Dunn.

STRATTANVILLE, Pa. – Owen Harmon (5) and Owen Clouse three combined to score all eight Redbank Valley goals in an 8-3 win over Clarion-Limestone.

Clouse’s monster game also included five assists, while Ty Carrier and Kaedyn Pago had assists.

Thomas Uckert had two goals and an assist and Bailee Verdill had one goal and two assists for C-L.

BROCKWAY 10, KEYSTONE

           

KNOX, Pa. – Johnny Knox, Dylan Bash, and Bradley Hughes scored two goals each to lead Brockway to a 10-0 win over Keystone.

Bash also had two assists.

Also for Brockway, Evan Botwright had one goal and three assists, Adam Lin one assist, Vinny Cavalline one goal, Alex Carlson one goal and two assists, Jimmy Fremer one assist, and Nathan May a goal.

Jacob Maze and Aiden Wilcox combined on the shutout in net.

SHARON 4, WEST MIDDLESEX 3, OT

WEST MIDDLESEX, Pa. – Noah Asche had two goals for West Middlesex, but it was Sharon that came out with a 4-3 victory.

Dylan Barnes had the other goal for the Big Reds.

GIRLS

REDBANK VALLEY 4, CLARION 3

CLARION, Pa. – Alexandra Shoemaker scored the game-winning goal off a feed from McKayla McGuire as Redbank Valley edged Clarion, 4-3.

Lia Hageter added a pair of goals for Redbank Valley, including a penalty kick in the first half.

CLEARFIELD 4, HOLLIDAYSBURG 0

           

HOLLIDAYSBURG, Pa – Elle Smith had two goals and two assists as Clearfield blanked Hollidaysburg, 4-0.

The Lady Bison scored two goals in each half, as Emily McCracken also tallied an assist.

Cayleigh Walker had four stops to earn the shutout in net.

FOREST AREA 3, TITUSVILLE 2

TITUSVILLE, Pa. – Emalie Best had two goals (including one on a penalty kick) and an assist as Forest Area edged Titusville, 3-2.

Amber Guzzi also found the back of the net for Forest, and Maria Bauer tallied an assist.

Anna Shellgren scored in the first half for Titusville and Hadley Morrison on a penalty kick in the second half.

Emma McFarland had 16 stops in net for the Fires.

EISENHOWER 4, GIRARD 0

GIRARD, Pa. – Clara Steinberg scored a pair of goals as Eisenhower built a 3-0 halftime lead en route to a 4-0 triumph over Girard.

Julia Gesing and Katie Bunk also found the back of the net for the Lady Knights.

Gesing, Emily Grosch and Cassie Smelko all tallied assists, while Tracey Jakubczak earned the shutout in net.

MERCYHURST PREP 3, CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS 2, OT

CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS, Pa. – Marisa Schnars, Molly Taylor, and Kathleen Reddinger all found the back of the net, with Schnars netting the OT winner in Mercyhurst Prep’s 3-2 win over Cambridge Springs.

Ellie Schnars added an assist for the Lakers.

GROVE CITY 4, CONNEAUT 3, OT

LINESVILLE, Pa. – Anna Slagle had two goals, including the game-winner in overtime in a 4-3 victory over Conneaut.

Izzy Gamble and Sarah Gerber also scored for Grove City.

Slagle and Gamble also had assists.

FAIRVIEW 7, WILMINGTON 0

NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. – Sara Gennuso scored three goals to help Fairview to a 7-0 win over Wilmington.

Annie Thayer had two goals and Molly O’Reilly and Ashley Soety one each for the Tigers.

FORT LEBOEUF 5, NORTH EAST 0

NORTH EAST, Pa. – Ashley Froess scored three goals to help Fort LeBoeuf to a 5-0 win over North East.

Elise Cacchione and Emily Samluk also scored for the Lady Bison.

MERCER 11, FRANKLIN 0

MERCER, Pa. – Maddy Bailey and Emma Cameron scored three goals each as Mercer blanked Franklin, 11-0.

Ryan Dubiel, Madison Parker, Ella Vernam, and Morgan Miller also found the back of the net for the Lady Mustangs.

MAPLEWOOD 8, SHARPSVILLE 7

GUYS MILLS, Pa. – Maya Marshall scored three goals as Maplewood earned an 8-7 win over Sharpsville.

Adrianna Stearns tallied two goals for the Tigers, while Claire Holcomb, Analyse MCGown, and Kylie Cochran added one each.

SENECA 8, IROQUOIS 0

WATTSBURG, Pa. – Ave Puschak and Abby Wisniewski scored two goals each as Seneca blanked Iroquois, 8-0.

Serena Spencer, Casey Majewski, Addie Galkowski, and Sage Slowikowski also scored for Seneca.

GENERAL MCLANE 12, WARREN 1

YOUNGSVILLE, Pa. – Brooklyn Respecki scored four goals and Sophie Allison three as General McLane earned a 12-1 win over Warren.

Sydney Rotko and Lena Bookhamer added two goals each for GM.

Meea Irwin found the back of the net for the Dragons.

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