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Mayfield rolls to 4-0 victory

Tuesday, October 02, 2012 - Updated: 7:51 PM

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MAYFIELD -- Jordan Ryder scored a hat trick in the first 42 minutes as the Mayfield Panthers cruised past Middleburgh, 4-0, in Western Athletic Conference boys soccer action Monday night.

Josh Ivancic added a goal and an assist for Mayfield, which got three assists from Dylan Toscano while Ryan Hennessy and Luke VanNostrand combined to make three saves and record the shutout win.

Middleburgh goalkeeper Nick Righi stopped six shots.

Northville 3,

Schoharie 0

Kalob Russell assisted on both of the Falcons' first-half goals and scored the game's final goal late in the second half as Northville topped Schoarie.

Nate Edwards and Tyler Henderson also scored for Northville (5-3-1, 4-3-1 WAC), which outshout Schoharie 19-2. Skyler Buyce contributed an assist and Tim Monette made two saves to record the shutout.

Justin Montione stopped 11 shots for the Indians (4-4-1).


Western Athletic Conference

Schoharie 7, Northville 0

Kaitlyn Kendle and Seana Cleveland each scored twice to help Schoharie roll past Northville.

Grace Caza, Monica Rivette and Hannah Bowersox also scored for the Lady Indians, while Lindsey Vanier made three saves to record the shutout.

Northville (3-4-2, 3-3-1 WAC) goalkeeper Joanna Schulte stopped seven shots.

Galway 3, Duanesburg 1

Erica Chase had a goal and an assist to pace Galway past Duanesburg.

Ashley Fredericks and Abby Spagnola also scored for the Golden Eagles, with Maddy Moore and Kelly Phillips contributing assists. Rebekah Reichard and Lindsey Naughton combined for 11 saves.

Nicole Cassale stopped 27 shots for Duanesburg, which got its lone goal from Andrea Barton.


Western Athletic Conference

Fort Plain 3, Middleburgh 1

Emily Potter posted a team-high seven kills, while Shawna Cotton recorded 20 assists and five aces as the Lady Hilltoppers posted a 25-17, 25-22, 23-25, 25-21 victory.

Nicole Bouchard added five kills for Fort Plain (2-5, 1-5 WAC), which also got five aces from Brandy Walters.

Shania Marotta had 10 kills to pace Middleburgh, with Shyla Hinkley adding five kills and six blocks.


Ballston Spa 9, Amsterdam 0

Amsterdam suffered its first loss of the season as Ballston Spa swept all nine matches to take Monday's non-league contest.

Anna Steciuk, Lauren Demetreus, Allsion Friends, Gina Hannah, Maddie Gemerck and Abby Doud all won in straight sets for Ballston Spa to drop Amsterdam to 13-1 on the season.


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