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  • GIRLS' SOCCER ROUNDUP: Dolgeville gets three goals from George in OT win

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  • NEWPORT, N.Y. — Blue Devil Sarah George scored three goals Tuesday and Dolgeville earned a 4-3 overtime win against the West Canada Valley Indians.
    Dolgeville (4-5-1) had led 2-1 at halftime and West Canada Valley (2-8-0) sent the match to overtime tied at 3.
    Joslin Null tallied one goal for Dolgeville and goalkeeper Katie Millard made 20 saves.
    Hannah Bostwick, Alexys Bolton and Joelle Ceneviva each had a goal for the Indians and Taylor Zaino had two assists. Olivia Bolton made 14 saves.
    West Canada Valley is home again Thursday for a match against Little Falls. Dolgeville plays at Frankfort-Schuyler Thursday.
    CANASTOTA, N.Y. — Neither Central Valley Academy goalkeeper needed to make a save Tuesday in the Thunder’s 5-0 shutout of the Canastota Raiders.
    Teigha Ward scored three of the goals for Central Valley Academy (7-1-0) and assisted on the others which were scored by Nicole Doolen. Doolen assisted on two of Ward’s goals and Amanda Whittaker assisted on the other. Taylor Moquin and Alicia Ceneviva shared time in goal and recorded zero combined saves.
    Brooke Weber had nine saves for Canastota.
    The Thunder plays Thursday at Holland Patent.
    WATERVILLE 1, tie
    WATERVILLE, N.Y. — The Mt. Markham Mustangs played Waterville’s Indians to a 1-all overtime draw Tuesday at Brothertown Stadium.
    Heather Curtin had a goal for Mt. Markham (3-5-2) and goalkeeper Michaela Carnegie made nine saves.
    Hannah Gray scored for Waterville (4-5-1) with an assist from Alexis Decker. Stephanie Williams made nine saves.
    The Mustangs play at Westmoreland Thursday.
    WEBB, N.Y. — Jordan Levi and Camry Liddle each scored two goals Tuesday in the Old Forge Eskimos’ 9-2 win over the Owen D. Young Wildcats.
    Samantha Notley, Chloe Barkauskas, Lexie LaFountain, MacKenzie Kelly and Melissa Rockhill each added a goal for the Eskimos (4-3-1). Levi had an assist to go with her two goals. Shelby Egnaczyk made three saves.
    Sara Manning had 13 saves for Owen D. Young (0-7-0). Milleta Oldick and Kristy Hammont scored the Wildcats’ goals.
    Owen D. Young is home Thursday for a match against Poland.
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