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  • GIRLS' SOCCER ROUNDUP: Central Valley Academy loses its battle of unbeatens

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  • CLINTON, N.Y. — The Clinton Warriors were 1-0 winners against Central Valley Academy in Tuesday’s showdown between Center State Conference Division I unbeatens.
    Hannah Shankman netted the lone goal in the first half for Clinton (5-0-0). Shankman’s goal was unassisted and Marissa Cornelius earned the shutout with six saves.
    Keepers Alicia Ceneviva and Taylor Moquin combined to make 11 saves for the Thunder (4-1-0).
    Central Valley Academy next plays at Canastota Oct. 1.
    WEBB, N.Y. — The Poland Tornadoes scored six goals before halftime of Tuesday’s 7-1 win over the Old Forge Eskimos.
    Mikayla Blumenstock had three goals and one assist for the Tornadoes (5-1-0). Keara Blumenstock added a goal and an assist, Shiane Irwin, Paige Sullivan and Tara Seigle each scored a goal and Alyssa Lepper contributed an assist. Goalkeeper Courtney Green made three saves.
    Briana Brownsell scored in the first half for Old Forge (3-2-1) and Shelby Egnaczyk made 17 saves.
    The Tornadoes play at home THursday against Sauquoit Valley, the only team that has beaten them this season. The Indians, Section III’s reigning Class C champions, were 2-1 winners over the Class D state champions Sept. 9. Poland has won each of its five matches since then.
    COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — Liz Millea had three goals for Cooperstown’s Hawkeyes in Tuesday’s 5-2 win over the Dolgeville Blue Devils.
    Jordian Siver and Bella Anania each added a goal for the Hawkeyes (4-1-0) and Maggie Hall and Sarah Jane Morosko each had an assist. Katie Kleban made six saves.
    Sarah George scored both goals for Dolgeville (1-5-1), one unassisted and one with an assist from Emilie Lewandowski. Morgan Randall was credited with seven saves.
    Dolgeville takes on Old Forge at home Thursday.
    FRANKFORT, N.Y. — The Frankfort-Schuyler Maroon Knights broke away from a halftime tie Tuesday and defeated West Canada Valley’s Indians 4-2.
    Each team had one goal at halftime.
    Simone Palumbo scored two goals and assisted on a third for the Maroon Knights (2-4-1). Danielle Migliore added a goal and an assist, Alexis Bianchi scored a goal and Marsala Bono had an assist. Cassandra Grippe made eight saves.
    Alexys Bolton and Joelle Ceneviva scored for West Canada Valley (2-6-0) and Olivia Bolton made seven saves.
    Both teams play at home Thursday, West Canada Valley against Waterville and Frankfort-Schuyler against Adirondack.
    SAUQUOIT, N.Y. — The Sauquoit Valley Indians used a second-half goal Tuesday to defeat the Mt. Markham Mustangs 1-0.
    Nakeya Stedman scored for for the Indians (5-1-0) with an assist from Kelly Brennan. Alyson Gaffney made just one save in the shutout.
    Page 2 of 2 - Machaela Carnegie recorded nine saves for the Mustangs (2-4-1).
    Mt. Markham is home for Thursday’s match against Cooperstown. Sauquoit Valley plays at Poland Thursday.