FROM STAFF REPORTS
SHORT GAP, W.Va. — Kezia Butcher had a goal and an assist to lead fourth-ranked Frankfort to a 5-1 win over Keyser in the Falcons’ high school girls soccer Homecoming game on Saturday.
Butcher assisted Kayla Sentelle 6:35 into the match, then scored unassisted 2:01 later to give the Falcons an early 2-0 advantage. Victoria Moreland added the third goal, unassisted, with 25 seconds remaining in the half.
Alyvea Fields scored for Keyser midway through the second half. Noel Tesna and Meaghan Eyler put in unassisted goals at 11:46 and 11:25 respectively, for the Falcons.
Frankfort (12-4-1) attempted 23 shots to Keyser’s two. Brooke Snyder made one save in goal for the Falcons and Audrey Cochran made eight for the Golden Tornado.
Frankfort hosts Fort Hill Monday at 4 p.m. and Keyser (0-16) hosts Berkeley Springs Tuesday at 5 o’clock.
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Tallia Logsdon scored a pair of goals during Allegany’s five-goal second half that carried the Campers to a 5-1 rout of Musselman in high school girls soccer Saturday at Martinsburg High School.
All six of the goals came in the second half.
The Campers (5-4-2) took a 1-0 lead 10 minutes into the second half. Tarryn Logsdon headed the ball into the box where Tallia Logsdon headed it into the goal.
Murphy Taube made it 2-0 10 minutes later, scoring on a feed from Sabrina Upole, and Upole’s unassisted goal quickly made it a 3-0 game.
After Musselman (6-9-1) closed to 3-1 on a goal by Kelly Caugh, Tallia Logsdon scored unassisted. Alex Whiteman got the final Allegany goal when her corner kick was tipped into the goal by the Musselman keeper.
Tori Bohrer made nine saves in goal for the Campers. Kelcie Jenkins had four saves and Richelle Nelson one.
The game was played at Martinsburg because of a flooded field at Mussleman.
Allegany plays at Mountain Ridge Monday night at 7:30.
Bishop Walsh 2
St. James 1
HAGERSTOWN — Caroline Snyder’s late goal completed a 2-1 comeback win for Bishop Walsh.
Chandler Marshall scored the lone goal of the first half at 16:38 to give St. James the lead.
BW’s Rachel O’Rourke tied it, 8:34 into the second, with an unassisted goal. Snyder put in the game-winner on an assist from Cecilia Rossi with 6:46 remaining.
St. James outshot the Spartans 14-13. Marie Lewis had eight saves for Bishop Walsh (5-11) and Nikki Jenkinson halted five in the loss.
Bishop Walsh hosts Petersburg on Monday at 4 p.m.
FROM STAFF REPORTS
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