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September 7, 2013

Hampshire shuts out Spring Mills

Falcons, Grafton play to scoreless tie

ROMNEY, W.Va. — Emily Corbin booted three goals to lead a 6-0 Hampshire rout of Spring Mills at Hampshire Saturday.

Spring Mills contained the Trojans for the first 20 minutes before Taylor Harwood set up Hailey McCallister. Corbin scored her first goal, unassisted, with 13:51 left. She scored again five minutes later on an assist from Brooke Harwood to make it 3-0 at halftime.

Taylor Harwood’s two goals both came to start the second half, both assisted by Holly Kaiser. Harwood then assisted Corbin with 3:05 remaining to make the final 6-0.

The Trojans put 24 shots on goal to Spring Mills’ three. Tori Veach stopped all three.

Hampshire (2-1) go to Mountain Ridge Tuesday at 7 p.m.

Frankfort 0, Grafton 0

GRAFTON, W.Va. — Frankfort and Grafton both misdirected several breakaways to grind out a 0-0 tie at Grafton Saturday.

It was the third tie in the last five meetings between the schools.

Grafton put 13 shots on goal to Frankfort’s six. Brooke Snyder had 11 saves for the Falcons. Shawna Graham stopped five for the Bearcats.

Frankfort (5-0-1) plays at Mountain Ridge Thursday at 7 p.m.

Junior Varsity

Mtn Ridge  11, Spring Mills  0

FROSTBURG — Ellie Hewitt scored three times in an 11-goal onslaught for Mountain Ridge in a shutout of Spring Mills, Saturday, at Mountain Ridge.

Taylor Carter, Kailey Perdew and Blair Willey eachs cored two goals. Reed Mattison and Kylie McKenzie both scored one.

Spring Mills (0-2) didn’t have a shot on goal.

Mountain Ridge (2-0) plays at Northern Monday at  5 p.m.

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