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September 23, 2013

Miners blank BW, 5-0

CUMBERLAND — Topranked

Mountain Ridge

opened up a 4-0 lead in the

first nine minutes of the first

half and led

5-0 less

than

halfway

through

the first 40

minutes

as the

Miners

shut out

Bishop

Walsh on

Monday to remain unbeaten.

Five different players

scored as the Miners showed

their depth in the early going.

Samantha Sines set the tone

by converting a Kylye

DeHaven assist with less

than a minute running off the

clock. Niven Hegeman scored

an unassisted goal at 36:45

and Ashlyn Hormuth added

one of her own 35 seconds

later to stretch the lead to 3-0.

Georgia Grace-Edwards

made it 4-0 with 31:26 remaining,

and Anna Broadwater

tallied the final goal when she

was assisted by Jewelien

Stevenson at 21:21.

Mountain Ridge outshot

the Spartans 26-1 with

Chelsea Muir getting one

save in the shutout. Abbey

Workmeister had 13 saves in

BW’s goal.

The Miners (6-0-1, 5-0

AMAC) play again today

when they travel to Greenway

Avenue Stadium to meet

Fort Hill. Bishop Walsh (2-6,

2-5) goes to Petersburg on

Wednesday. NNoo.. 24 ANlolertghaenrny 15

ACCIDENT — Tiffany Warnick

scored the only two goals

of the first half and collected

a hat trick in the second as

No. 2 Northern topped No. 4

Allegany in a battle of top 5

teams Monday evening in

Accident.

Warnick’s first two goals

came on an assist from Shannon

Warnick and then an

unassisted score with 5:56 left

before the break. Shannon

Warnick made it 3-0 Huskies

early in the second half

before Allegany’s Taryn

Logsdon scored unassisted to

slice the lead to two.

Tiffany Warnick got the hat

trick when Emily Fratz

assisted her with 19:53 left

and Morgan Rush assisted

Maddie Riesco with 5:37 to

put an end to the scoring.

Northern’s Brooke Fink

made three saves and Allegany’s

Tori Bohrer had 16.

Warnick had a natural hat

trick on Thursday, scoring all

three goals in a win over

Frankfort. She was assisted

by Emma Edwards and Shannon

Warnick in the 3-0 win.

Fink had six saves and

Brooke Snyder stopped 10

shots for the Falcons.

Northern’s jayvee team

improved to 3-2 win a 1-0 win

over Southern on Monday.

Emily Warner provided all of

the offense with Kaneena

Felicia getting the assist.

McKeena Fazenbaker had

one save in the shutout.

The Huskies’ varsity team

is now 6-0-1 overall and 5-0 in

the Appalachian Mountain

Athletic Conference. Allegany

slips to 1-2-2 and 1-2 in the

AMAC with a meeting at

Southern coming up on

Wednesday.

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