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The Telegram
  • FIELD HOCKEY: Mohicans beat Herkimer for third straight win

  • OCTOBER 3 FIELD HOCKEY ROUNDUP



    Anna Carroll made three saves for Mohawk Wednesday and the Mohicans defeated Herkimer’s Magicians 2-0 for their third straight shutout.



    (ALSO: Mt. Markham 3, Ilion 0; and Little Falls 1, Clinton 0.)

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  • MOHAWK 2, HERKIMER 0
    Anna Carroll made three saves for Mohawk Wednesday and the Mohicans defeated Herkimer’s Magicians 2-0 for their third straight shutout.
    The Mohicans (4-5-0, 4-4-0 CSC East) led 1-0 at halftime on Madeline Gassmann’s goal midway through the first half. Alex Bandel, who assisted on the Gassmann goal, scored one of her own with with a Chloie Rood assist 10 minutes into the second half. The goals came on the only shots recorded by Mohawk which was also outcornered 10-8.
    Haley Servidone made no saves for Herkimer (4-6-1, 4-3-1 CSC East).
    Herkimer takes on Clinton Friday at home. Mohawk plays Friday at Mt. Markham.
    MT. MARKHAM 3, ILION 0
    ILION, N.Y. — Emily Dekanek scored twice for Mt. Markham Wednesday in the Mustangs’ 3-0 win over the Ilion Golden Bombers.
    Megan Wool added a goal for the division-leading Mustangs (8-1-2, 6-0-2 CSC East) and Amanda Otis was credited with two saves in the shutout. Alex and Bryn Hoover each contributed an assist.
    Alicia Simmons made 20 saves for Ilion (0-9-0, 0-7-0 CSC East).
    Mt. Markham has a home game Friday against Mohawk. Ilion next plays Wednesday at home against Herkimer.
    LITTLE FALLS 1, CLINTON 0, overtime
    CLINTON, N.Y. — Sierra McCarthy’s goal in overtime broke a scoreless tie and a 1-0 win over Clinton broke a three-game losing streak for the Little Falls Mounties.
    The Mounties (6-5-0, 5-3-0 CSC East) were awarded 18 corners to Clinton’s four and outshot the Warriors 5-4.
    McCarthy’s game-winning goal was unassisted. Kristi Torres made three saves in the shutout.
    Bailey Bach made three save for Clinton (4-5-1, 3-5-1 CSC East).
    Clinton plays Friday at Herkimer. Little Falls’ next game is Tuesday at home against Mt. Markham.
    Compiled From Times Staff Reports
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