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Bishop Walsh’s Julia Morin (18) avoids colliding with Allegany’s Grace Carpenter (12) during their game Thursday afternoon at Brother Stephen F. Paul Spartan Stadium. Allegany won, 6-0.

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CUMBERLAND — Courtney Landis scored three goals, while Allegany scored five second-half goals and three on corner kicks as the Campers blanked the Bishop Walsh Spartans, 6-0, in girls high school soccer action at Brother Stephen F. Paul Spartan Stadium on Thursday.

Landis gave Allegany a 1-0 lead at 25:00 of the first half, scoring on a corner kick. She then scored unassisted at 30:55 of the second half and then on an assist from Jessica Zambreny at 22:43.

Emily Livingston and Grace Carpenter then followed on corner-kick scores at 19:54 and 14:02, respectively. Chantel Collette scored the final goal, unassisted, at 5:07.

Allegany outshot BW, 16-10. The Spartans had four corners, while Allegany scored on all three of their corners.

Allegany’s Uruashi Davalan saved seven shots in goal while Maggie McGill saved eight for Bishop Walsh.

Allegany (1-1) will play Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., at Mountain Ridge. Bishop Walsh (1-5-1) will play Fort Hill Monday at Greenway Avenue Stadium with the junior varsity match beginning at 6 p.m. and the varsity match following.

The junior varsity match ended in a 2-2 tie.

Southern 4, Fort Hill 1

CUMBERLAND — Sophie Schwab scored two of Southern’s three second-half goals as the Rams broke a halftime tie to defeat Fort Hill in an AMAC match Thursday at Greenway Avenue Stadium.

Madi Storey put the Rams on the board at 20:42 of the first half with an unassisted goal. Fort Hill’s Leah Yurko would answer, however, to tie the score with an unassisted goal at 13:06.

Jill Yant put Southern ahead for good with an unassisted goal at 36:29 of the second half before Schwab hooked up with Ali Shaffer at 17:16 and 1:03, with Schwab scoring both goals and Shaffer assisting them.

Southern outshot Fort Hill, 13-4. Vicki Stevens saved two shots in goal for the Rams, while Heather Frank saved nine for the Sentinels.

Southern (2-0) will host Northern on Tuesday. Fort Hill (0-1) will host Bishop Walsh Monday at Greenway Avenue Stadium.

Fort Hill won the junior varsity match, 1-0, with Taylor Hoppert scoring the only goal.

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