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August 29, 2013

BW wins home opener, 2-0

CUMBERLAND — Maggie Mathews sealed the deal with a goal with 1:03 left in the game as Bishop Walsh bounced back from a season-opening loss to win its home-opener, 2-0, over Keyser Thursday at Brother Stephen F. Paul Spartan Stadium.

The Spartans took a 1-0 lead at 28:57 of the first when Kait Miller scored on a free kick. The score would remain 1-0 until just over a minute to go when Mathews took the assist from Rachael Duncan.

Bishop Walsh outshot Keyser, 16-4, and had a 5-4 edge in corner kicks.

BW goalkeeper Abbey Workmeister had two saves in goal, while Keyser’s Audrey Cochran made three saves.

“It’s a good home-opener win coming off an opening loss on the road,” said BW coach Stu Czapski. “It’s great to have a win under our belt.”

Bishop Walsh (1-1) will play Sept. 12, 6 p.m., at Greenway Avenue Stadium against Allegany. Keyser (0-2) will visit Philip Barbour Saturday.

Frankfort    5

Berkeley Springs    3

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. — Victoria Moreland scored twice in the second half to help the Falcons pull away from Berkeley Springs and collect a win over the Indians Thursday evening in girls soccer action.

Faith Sentelle gave Frankfort an early 1-0 lead when she scored unassisted with 37:44 left in the first half. Frankfort was held scoreless for the remainder of the half, and Sarah Almond scored to tie things at 1-1.

The second half’s scoring began on Meaghan Eyler’s unassisted goal at 36:09, putting Frankfort ahead by one goal. Moreland then got the next two goals with Sentelle and Eyler each picking up an assist. Morgan Turley scored off of Kevia Butcher’s assist for Frankfort’s final goal.

The Falcons led 21-4 in shots attempted and 5-2 in corner kicks. Brooke Snyder had three saves in the win, while Abigail Kheun had 11 for Berkeley Springs.

Frankfort (3-0) will host Lincoln on Saturday.

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