ST. JOHNSVILLE, N.Y. — The Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville Wolves scored four times in the second half and ended a lengthy victory drought against Middleburgh with Thursday’s 5-1 win.
The Wolves, playing under their former St. Johnsville banner, had not beaten the Knights in more than five years of Western Athletic Conference play. The teams were tied at 1 at halftime Thursday before the newly-merged district’s squad broke the match open.
Jessi Hagadorn scored a pair of goals for Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville (6-3-1), Rylie Smith had a goal and an assist, and Addie Brundage and Abby Nosher each scored a goal. Leann Clark made eight saves for the victors.
Jesse Baks scored in the first half for Middleburgh. Amanda Roney, a three-time all-state selection with six goals against the former Saints during her career, assisted. Kiera Morgan made six saves.
The Wolves take on Duanesburg at 4:30 p.m. Saturday in the first half of Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville’s homecoming doubleheader at Soldiers and Sailors Park.
DOLGEVILLE 1, OLD FORGE 0
DOLGEVILLE, N.Y. — Raehgen Corbin scored the only goals Thursday in the Dolgeville Blue Devils’ 1-0 win over the Old Forge Eskimos.
Corbin’s goal was unassisted. Katie Millard earned the shutout with four saves for the Blue Devils (2-5-1).
Shelby Egnaczyk made eight saves for Old Forge (3-2-1).
Dolgeville has a match Saturday morning against Westmoreland.
LITTLE FALLS 9, OWEN D. YOUNG 0
SPRINGFIELD CENTER, N.Y. — The streaking Little Falls Mounties scored nine goals and earned their ninth win against Owen D. Young’s Wildcats.
Sarah Bruins had two goals an an assist for the Mounties (9-0-0) in the 9-0 win. Kelli Shepardson had one goal and two assists, Nicole Foti had one and one, Maria Morotti, Katelyn Parese, Caira Miles, Miranda Marchese and Allison Harrison each scored a goal, and Gen Schoff contributed an assist. Schoff and Miles saw action in relief of starting goalkeeper Cheyenne Rivenburg and the trio combined to make four saves in the eighth Little Falls shutout of the season.
Sara Manning made 12 saves for Owen D. Young.
The Mounties will make up their postponed Sept. 11 match at noon Saturday in Cooperstown. The Wildcats next play Tuesday at Old Forge.
CENTRAL VALLEY ACADEMY 5, CANASTOTA 1
MOHAWK, N.Y. — Central Valley Academy bounced back from its first loss with a 5-1 win over the Canastota Raiders Thursday in a match that was rescheduled from Sept. 11.
Rachael Phillips scored two goals for the Thunder (5-1-0), Nicole Doolen had a goal and three assists, Teigha Ward had a goal and two assists, Amanda Whittaker scored a goal and Nicole Wren had an assist. Goalkeepers Taylor Moquin and Alicia Ceneviva each recorded one save.
Page 2 of 2 - Kara Niles scored for Canastota and Brooke Weber made 10 saves.
The teams meet again Tuesday in Canastota.
WATERVILLE 3, WEST CANADA VALLEY 0
NEWPORT, N.Y. — Stephanie Williams made 20 saves for Waterville Thursday in the Indians’ 3-0 shutout of the West Canada Valley Indians.
Hannah Gray scored two goals for Waterville (4-5-0) and Rylee Maxam had one goal. Molly Suba and Jackie Morris each contributed an assist. The Indians led 2-0 at halftime.
Olivia Bolten made eight saves and Kara Pepoin had two for West Canada Valley (2-7-0).
West Canada Valley takes on Dolgeville Tuesday at home.
COOPERSTOWN 1, MT. MARKHAM 0
WEST WINFIELD, N.Y. — Cooperstown’s Hawkeyes defeated the Mt. Markham Mustangs 1-0 Thursday in a match that went scoreless into overtime.
Jordian Siver scored the deciding goal with an assist from Maggie Hall. Katie Kleban had 10 saves for the Hawkeyes in the extended shutout.
Michaela Carnegie recorded 14 saves for Mt. Markham.
The Mustangs have a match Saturday morning at Frankfort-Schuyler while Cooperstown is home for a noon contest against Little Falls.
ADIRONACK 2, FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER 1
FRANKFORT, N.Y. — The Adirondack Wildcats defeated Frankfort-Schuyler 2-1 Thursday.
Justine Lee and Alexis Charbonneau scored for the Wildcats and Elizabeth Swasey had an assist. Rebecca Backer made seven saves.
Danielle Migliore scored for Frankfort-Schuyler (2-5-1) with an assist from Julia Zito. Cassandra Grippe made four saves.
The Maroon Knights take on Mt. Markham Saturday at home.
REMSEN 4, HOLLAND PATENT 2
REMSEN, N.Y. — Joleen Marfone netted a hat trick for undefeated Remsen Thursday in the rams’ 4-2 win over the Holland Patent Golden Knights.
Elisha Hamilton scored a goal for the Rams (7-0-0) and assisted on two of the three scored by Marfone. Brittany Waterbury and Hailey Murray each had one assist and Mieka Scott made four saves.
Ashley Stanley had both goals for the Golden Knights (4-6-0). Nikki Lupia-Eannace mad seven saves.