Cumberland Times-News

October 7, 2013

Nevin Hegeman’s hat trick keeps Miners undefeated

From Staff Reports
Cumberland Times-News

— FROSTBURG  — Nevin Hegeman picked up a hat trick and was involved in Mountain Ridge’s final four goals Monday during the Miners’ 5-0 shutout over Fort Hill Monday evening in Frostburg.

 Hegeman scored one unassisted goal in the first half, and added two more in the second to record the hat trick, and she assisted Anna Broadwater during the second half to get her one assist.

Casey Felker was assisted by Lexie Metz for the for the first Mountain Ridge goal.

It was the eighth shutout in a row for the Miners and goalkeeper Chelsea Muir, who had three saves against the Sentinels. Fort Hill’s Kristin Vanderhout blocked seven shots.

Kylie McKenzie put in two goals as the Mountain Ridge jayvees posted a 3-0 shutout of Southern.

McKenzie scored the lone goal of the first half on an assist from Emily Helmstetter, who also set up McKenzie’s second goal in the second half. Rachael West added the third score on assists by Kam Logsdon.

The Miners’ (7-1) Katie Shreve saved four in the first half and Kelsey Eichorn stopped five in the second.

Mountain Ridge (9-0-2, 8-0 AMAC) plays Allegany at home on Monday. Fort Hill travels to play Southern Wednesday.

Allegany    4

Bishop Walsh    1

CUMBERLAND  — Allegany locked up Cumberland City championship Monday afternoon, relying on a hat trick by Tallia Logsdon to carry the Campers to a 4-1 win over Bishop Walsh.

Allegany moves to 3-0 in the City with match with Fort Hill remaining. The Campers are 4-3-2 overall and will host Hampshire Thursday at 5 p.m.

Logsdon scored the final three goals, snapping a 1-1 tied after Bishop Walsh’s Caroline Snyder tied the knotted the score on an assist from Rachel O’Rourke.

Tarryn Logsdon struck first for Allegany, scoring unassisted with 34:49 left in the first half. Tallia Logsdon was assisted by Murphy Taube with 16:22 left and then by Tarryn Logsdon with 35 seconds left in the half.

Tallia scored the only goal of the second half, unassisted, with 29:54 left.

Allegany’s Tori Bohrer made eight saves, and Marie Lewis got nine for the Spartans.

Bishop Walsh (4-10, 1-2 City) plays Wednesday at Northern.

Frankfort    5

Spring Mills    1

SHORT GAP, W.Va. — Morgan Turley scored three times, and No. 4 Frankfort built a 5-1 lead by halftime of a 6-2 win over Spring Mills on Saturday afternoon.

Turley scored twice in the first half and once in the second, and was assisted by Victoria Moreland on two of her goals. Moreland finished with three assists and one goal.

Tessa Sawyers got the first goal, with Moreland assisting, before Turley was assisted by Moreland for a 2-0 lead. Turley scored an unassisted goal to make it 3-0 and Moreland stretched the lead to 4-0 on a feed from Faith Sentelle. Kayla Sentelle scored the final goal of the half for Frankfort.

Turley was assisted by Moreland three minutes into the second half for the Falcons’ sixth goal.

Frankfort (11-3-1) held a 16-7 lead in shots and 8-1 in corner kicks. Brooke Snyder had four saves in the win.

The Falcons will play at Hampshire on Tuesday.

Berkeley Springs    1

Bishop Walsh    0

CUMBERLAND — Sarah Allman shattered a scoreless tie by booting the game-winning goal in overtime to push Berkeley Springs past Bishop Walsh Saturday.

Following two halves of zero offense, Allman was finally able to crack the scoreboard with an unassisted goal with 3:29 left in the first overtime.

The Spartans controlled most aspects of the game except for the score. They led 22-12 in shot attempts and 9-4 in corner kicks. Marie Lewis had eight saves for Bishop Walsh, and Abby Cawles had 14 for the Indians.

The 4-9 Spartans get Allegany at home on Monday.