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  • GIRLS' SOCCER: Blue Devils rally to tie Magicians

  • OCTOBER 3 GIRLS' SOCCER ROUNDUP The Dolgeville Blue Devils came back from a two-goal deficit Wednesday and earned a 2-2 tie on the road against Herkimer’s Magicians. (ALSO: Mohawk 2, Little Falls 2; West Canada Valley 8, Frankfort-Schuyler 1; Holland Pate...
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  • DOLGEVILLE 2, HERKIMER 2, tie
    The Dolgeville Blue Devils came back from a two-goal deficit Wednesday and earned a 2-2 tie on the road against Herkimer’s Magicians.
    The Blue Devils had made a similar comeback when the teams met earlier this season in Dolgeville. Herkimer scored in overtime and won 3-2 Sept. 11; there would be no repeat Wednesday.
    Abby Mosenthin made five of her six saves in overtime to preserve the tie for Dolgeville (3-6-1, 1-4-1 CSC-II). Kaylie Darling had started the game in goal and made four saves in the scoreless first half.
    Kathryn Woodrick scored both Herkimer goals. She took a pass from Caitlyn Roorda and beat Mosenthin with a shot along the ground 8 1/2 minutes into the second half. Seven minutes later she took possession of the ball near the midfield stripe, made a run on the left side and shot past Mosenthin as she came out to challenge the play.
    Emily Young countered with two goals for Dolgeville. Her first came on a second chance on a rush with Courtney Rachon with 17:43 left to play and the tying goal came off a rebound of a shot by Rachon six minutes later.
    Mosenthin sealed the tie when she stopped a shot by Maddie Renshaw with 2.2 seconds left in the second period of overtime play.
    Chelsea Jory had six saves for Herkimer (5-4-2, 3-3-1 CSC-II).
    The Magicians take on division-leading West Canada Valley Friday on the road. The Blue Devils next play Monday at Mohawk.
    MOHAWK 2, LITTLE FALLS 2, tie
    MOHAWK, N.Y. — The first time Little Falls and Mohawk met this season, they played to a 2-2 draw. They did the same Wednesday at the Tolpa Athletic Complex.
    Little Falls, which came back from a 2-0 deficit to earn a tie on its home field Sept. 11, had the upper hand in the rematch. After allowing the first goal, the Mounties (5-4-2, 3-2-2 CSC-II) came back with two and led 2-1 at halftime. Sarah Bruins scored first with an assist from Nicole Foti and Kelli Shepardson gave the Mounties the lead when she scored off an Amy Hart assist.
    The Mounties maintained the lead into the 66th minute when Lindsey LeClair scored for Mohawk with an assist from Abby Jouben.
    Bruins had a chance to win the game in the closing second when Foti led her with a pass through the defense and her shot along the ground was stopped by goalkeeper Alicia Ceneviva inside the final five seconds of regulation.
    The deadlock went unbroken through two overtime periods.
    Megan deMayo had the first goal for Mohawk (5-4-3, 3-3-2 CSC-II) and Nicole Wren assisted.
    Ceneviva made 10 saves while Ashley Giaquinto had eight for Little Falls.
    Page 2 of 3 - Mohawk takes on Dolgeville Monday at home. The Mounties have a week off before their next match Oct. 11 at West Canada Valley.
     
    WEST CANADA VALLEY 8, FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER 1
    NEWPORT, N.Y. — The West Canada Valley Indians jumped on top 5-0 before halftime Wednesday and kept their record spotless in Division II of the Center State Conference with an 8-1 win over the Frankfort-Schuyler Maroon Knights.
    Alexis Fauvelle had three goals and an assist and Kalli Warmingham added two and two for the Indians (10-2-0, 7-0-0 CSC-II). Shannon Phillips and Shawna Recore each had a goal and an assist and Hannah Bostwick scored a goal. Courtney Phillips made two saves.
    Danielle Migliore scored for the Maroon Knights (3-7-0, 2-6-0 CSC-II) and Cassandra Grippe made 18 saves.
    West Canada Valley has a match at home Friday against Herkimer. Frankfort-Schuyler next plays Tuesday at Westmoreland.
    HOLLAND PATENT 5, ILION 1
    ILION, N.Y. — Julie Ferris scored a pair of goals for Holland Patent Wednesday in the Golden Knights’ 5-1 win over the Ilion Golden Bombers.
    Alexandra Miller, Marie Mueller and Ellie Bortiantynski each added a goal for the Golden Knights (7-1-1, 5-1-1 CSC-I) and Bortiantynski had three assists. Nikki Lupia-Eannace made seven saves.
    Rachael Phillips scored for Ilion (5-5-0, 3-4-0 CSC-I). Taylor Moquin and Elizabeth Belfast each made two saves.
    The Golden Bombers travel to Boonville Saturday for a match against Adirondack.
    HAMILTON 1, MT. MARKHAM 0
    WEST WINFIELD, N.Y. — The hamilton Emerald Knights scored before halftime Wednesday and defeated the Mt. Markham Mustangs 1-0 on the road.
    Clara Jones scored for the Emerald Knights (3-7-0, 1-5-0 CSC-III).
    Angela Bartlett made nine saves for Mt. Markham (2-7-2, 1-5-1 CSC-III).
    The Mustangs play Friday at Morrisville-Eaton.
    SAUQUOIT VALLEY 5, WATERVILLE 3
    SAUQUOIT, N.Y. — The Sauquoit Valley Indians scored three times in the first half Wednesday and held off Waterville in a 53 victory at home.
    Waterville’s Indians came back with three goals of their own after trailing 3-0 at halftime but were unable to catch up.
    Elisa Marchione scored two goals and assisted on a third for Sauquoit Valley (8-1-0, 6-0-0 CSC-III). Jenna Mazza, Abby Mielnicki and Taylor Lanphere added goals and Allyson Gaffney made three saves.
    Alexis Stetson scored a pair of goals for Waterville and Jenna Bloomquist added one. Cassie Perrin made 11 saves.
    Sauquoit Valley takes on Hamilton Friday at home.
    CANAJOHARIE 5, MEKEEL CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 1
    SCOTIA, N.Y. — Kara Schwab had a goal and two assists and four other Cougars scored Wednesday in Canajoharie’s 5-1 win over the Mekeel Christian Academy Lions.
    Page 3 of 3 - Brianna Slater, Morgan Koelbi, Morgan Gray and Melissa Bowley each scored a goal for the undefeated Cougars. Goalie Lauren Balfe made four saves.
    Lexie Holmes scored for Mekeel Christian and Emily Taplin made 13 saves.
    Canajoharie plays at home Friday against Berne-Knox-Westerlo.
    NORTHVILLE 3, ST. JOHNSVILLE 0
    ST. JOHNSVILLE, N.Y. — JoAnna Schulte made 11 saves Wednesday as the Northville Falcons shut St. Johnsville’s Saints out 3-0.
    Veronica Arceri, Charlotte Kalkbrenner and Lyndsey Wadsworth scored goals for the Falcons and Kelly VanNostrand had a pair of assists. Arceri also assisted on a goal.
    Leann Knapp made eight saves for the Saints.
    St. Johnsville is home Friday for a match against Schoharie.
    GALWAY 4, FORT PLAIN 1
    FORT PLAIN, N.Y. — Kelly Phillips scored two goals before halftime for Galway Wednesday in the Golden Eagles’ 4-1 win over the Fort Plain Hilltoppers.
    Erica Chase and Lexy Hennessy each added a goal for the Golden Eagles and Rebekah Reichard made nine saves.
    Kaitlyn Trumbull scored for the Hilltoppers. Jenna Barhydt made 26 saves and Mackenzie Stevens added two.
    Fort Plain next plays Friday in Duanesburg.
    WORCESTER 2, RICHFIELD SPRINGS 1, overtime
    RICHFIELD SPRINGS, N.Y. — The Worcester Wolverines scored in the second overtime period Wednesday and defeated the Richfield Springs Indians 2-1.
    Jerikah Hext scored to pull Richfield Springs even at 1 with 8 1/2 minutes left to play in regulation.
    The deciding goal was a own goal two minutes into the second overtime credited to Jamie Thompson. Daisy Doherty had scored in the first half for the Wolverines.
    Vanessa Miller was credited with 30 saves for the Indians while Kerrin O’Shaughnessy had 10 for the Wolverines.
    Compiled From Times Staff Reports

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