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The Telegram
  • GIRLS' SOCCER RUNDUP: Poland routs McGraw 7-0

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  • HERKIMER, N.Y. — The Poland Tornadoes scored four goals in the first half Saturday and defeated McGraw 7-0 on the turf of Herkimer County Community College’s Wehrum Stadium.
    Paige Sullivan scored two goals and had three assists for the Tornadoes (6-2-0). Mikayla Blumenstock added two goals and an assist, Alyssa Lepper had one goal and one assist, and Keara Blumenstock and Tara Seigle each scored a goal.
    Courtney Green recorded a single save in the shutout for Poland.
    Rachel Todd had 19 saves for McGraw’s Eagles.
    Poland plays on the road Tuesday at undefeated Remsen.
    MT. MARKHAM 3
    FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER 1
    FRANKFORT, N.Y. — Hannah Barrett had two goals and an assist for Mt. Markham in Saturday’s 3-1 in over the Frankfort-Schuyler Maroon Knights.
    Breanna Carnegie added a goal for Mt. Markham (3-5-1). McKenzie Homer and Shannon McElwain each had an assist and Michaela Carnegie recorded 10 saves.
    Danielle Migliore scored in the first half with an assist from Olivia Tamburro for Frankfort-Schuyler (2-6-1). Cassandra Grippe made five saves.
    Both teams play on the road Tuesday, Mt. Markham at Waterville and Frankfort-Schuyler at Herkimer.
    CENTRAL VALLEY ACADEMY 4
    VERNON-VERONA-SHERRILL 2
    VERONA, N.Y. — Teigha Ward netted three goals Saturday and the Central Valley Academy Thunder defeated Vernon-Verona-Sherrill’s Red Devils 4-2.
    Nicole Doolen added a goal and an assist for the Thunder (6-1-0) and Nicole Wren had two assists. Goalkeepers Taylor Moquin and Alicia Ceneviva each made four saves.
    Tess Lohr and Katie Musacchio scored for Vernon-Verona-Sherrill (7-3-0) and Emily Duvall made five saves.
    The Thunder were scheduled to play again Tuesday in Canastota and travel to Holland Patent Thursday.
    LITTLE FALLS 3
    COOPERSTOWN 1
    COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — The Little Falls Mounties broke ties twice in the second half Saturday and beat Cooperstown 3-1 to keep their perfect record intact.
    The match was scoreless at halftime and Cooperstown countered the first Little Falls goal with one of its own. Maria Morotti broke the 1-1 tie with a goal assisted by Nicole Foti and added and unassisted goal with 11 minutes left to play to help secure the win for the Mounties (10-0-0).
    Foti got the scoring started with a goal off a Morotti corner kick. Morotti played the ball across the mouth of the goal and Foti bodied it into the net.
    Maggie Hall scored the Cooperstown goal and pulled the Hawkeyes even at 1. Hall’s goal was the third scored against Little Falls this season.
    Morotti scored the go-ahead goal off a cross from Foti who had carried the ball down the right side of the field. Morotti scored again when she broke out of the midfield and shot as she crossed the 18-yard line.
    Page 2 of 2 - Morotti was one of three freshmen — along with Caira Miles and Casey Baumeister — who started for the Mounties whose lineup was depleted by injuries and illness.
    Cheyenne Rivenburg made four saves for Little Falls with Miles, Gen Schoff and Shelby Creater anchoring the defense and Miranda Marchese marking Hall and shutting her out after the Cooperstown goal.
    Katie Kleban made 17 saves for the Hawkeyes (6-2-0).
    The same teams meet Tuesday in Little Falls.
    DOLGEVILLE 2
    WESTMORELAND 1
    DOLGEVILLE, N.Y. — Sarah George scored both Dolgeville goals Saturday in the Blue Devils’ 2-1 win over the Westmoreland Bulldogs.
    Courtney Hart had an assist for the Blue Devils (3-5-1) and Katie Millard made four saves.
    Kia Barber scored for the Bulldogs and Valerie Spencer had nine saves.
    The Blue Devils play Tuesday at West Canada Valley.
    CLINTON 3
    SAUQUOIT VALLEY 1
    SAUQUOIT, N.Y. — Hannah Shankman scored two goals for the undefeated Clinton Warriors in Saturday’s 3-1 win over the Sauquoit Valley.
    The win was the second for Clinton (7-0-0) over Section III’e reigning Class C champions.
    Darby D’Angelo had a goal for the Warriors and Natalee Wrege had two assists. Marissa Cornelius made seven saves.
    Serena Kiss scored for Sauquoit Valley (7-2-0) and Alyson Gaffney made four saves.
    The Indians are home Tuesday for a match against Westmoreland.
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