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October 12, 2013

Silva’s goal lifts Allegany to win

ACCIDENT — Tiago Silva and Tim Carpenter hooked up for the only goal of the afternoon with 30:24 left in the second half as No. 2 Allegany edged No. 5 Northern in high school boys soccer Saturday at Northern High School.

The two teams played to goose eggs over the first half, and defenses were in control for most of the second half as well. Silva netted the only goal on an assist from Carpenter a tad under 10 minutes into the second half. From there, Nate Condor and the Allegany defense kept the lead intact. Condor had three saves as Northern was able to attempt five total shots.

The Huskies’ goalie, Alex Durst, had six saves on nine total shots from the Campers.

“It was a very evenly played match,” said Northern’s coach Lynn Lais. “We took it to them a little in the first half, but they gave it right back in the second. It was a fun, hard-played but clean game. Allegany has a really nice team.”

The Campers won the jayvee game 2-0 with Bryce Sainz assisting Cooper Willetts and Theron Black.

Allegany (10-1) has shut out its last three opponents and will play at Keyser on Thursday.

Northern (5-5-1) hosts Mountain Ridge on Tuesday.

Frankfort    4

Keyser    3

SHORT GAP, W.Va. — Frankfort built a three-goal lead and held off Keyser for a 4-3 Homecoming victory on Saturday.

The victory gave the Falcons a sweep of the series against their Mineral County rival and assures Frankfort of the No. 4 seed and a home game in the sectional playoffs.

Robbie Yarborough, Brady Brinsfield and Troy Mumma scored in the first half to give Frankfort an early 3-0 lead.

Mumma scored again in the second half for Frankfort. Ashton Hamilton had a pair of second-half goals for Keyser.

Frankfort led in shots 20-16 and in corner kicks 3-2. Stafford Cessna got the win in goal with eight saves while Justice Courrier had nine for Keyser.

Frankfort (5-10) plays at Petersburg on Thursday. Keyser (3-11-1) hosts Berkeley Springs on Tuesday.


Calvary Christian    3

Shalom    0

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Calvary scored three second-half goals and shut out Shalom for its 10th straight Mason-Dixon Conference win.

Conor Wilson broke a scoreless tie early in the second half on an assist from Caleb Snyder.

Josh Snyder made it 2-0 with an unassisted score near the 20-minute mark. Caleb Snyder put in an unassisted goal with just under 10 minutes remaining.

Matt Dillow was in goal for the Eagles in a game they dominated defensively.

Calvary Christian (12-3, 10-1 in Mason-Dixon Christian Conference) plays at New Life Christian on Monday at 4:30 p.m.


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