FROM STAFF REPORTS
OAKLAND — Blake Geatz and Austin Campbell scored in the first half and Brett Vanderhout scored in the second, lifting top-ranked Allegany to its fourth straight victory, a 3-0 shutout of Southern in a non-conference match Thursday night at Southern.
Geatz got the first goal, unassisted, two minutes into the match. Campbell made it 2-0 on a feed from Dakota Bierman midway through the half. Vanderhout’s unassisted goal came midway through second half.
Allegany led in shots 16-12 and both teams had two corner kicks. Nate Condor got his third shutout of the season with seven saves. Austin Graham had eight saves for Southern.
The Campers won the jayvee game 1-0 on a goal by Cain Blauch.
Allegany (4-0) plays at Southern Fulton on Saturday at noon. Southern (0-5) hosts Hampshire on Tuesday.
No. 5 Bishop Walsh 1, Calvary 0
CRESAPTOWN — Haven Mackie scored on a penalty kick with 6:56 left in the match to lead fifth-ranked Bishop Walsh over Calvary Christian Academy iat Liberty Field.
The Spartans outshot the Eagles, 18-10, while both teams had two corner kicks. Austin Crotts saved five shots in goal for BW, and Matt Dillow nine for Calvary.
“We’ve been after our kids to play consistently for the full 80 minutes,” said BW coach Joe Rowan. “We played well against Mountain Ridge in a tough loss for us, and we continued to play well against Calvary. It’s tough to lose on a penalty kick, but our kids forced the action and we’re happy to come away with the win.”
Bishop Walsh (7-3) will play Salisbury Wednesday at 4:30 p.m., varsity only. Calvary (3-3) will visit Heritage today at 4:30 p.m.
Frankfort 6, Pendleton County 1
FRANKLIN, W.Va. — Troy Mumma scored three goals, Braxton Lewis had two and Ryan Kenney added a goal and an assist to power Frankfort past Pendleton on Tuesday night.
The Falcons (3-5) took control quickly by scoring the first four goals and led 4-1 at halftime.
Kenney scored the first one, on an assist from Mumma, eight minutes into the match. Lewis scored on a feed from Kenney two minutes later, and Mumma booted back-to-back goals, unassisted, to close out the first-half Frankfort scoring.
Nathan Wilson got Pendleton on the board on an assist from Robbie Coldot with eight minutes left in the half.
Lewis and Mumma had the only second-half goals. Kenney and Adam Greaser had assists.
Frankfort led in shots 25-5 and in corner kicks 11-0. Stafford Cessna made three saves in goal for Frankfort while Garrett Willis had 15 for Pendleton.
Frankfort will host Berkeley Springs on Saturday.
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Late penalty kick lifts Walsh past Calvary Christian
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