Girls Soccer Roundup: Mayfield, Dolgeville battle to 2-2 draw

Dolgeville’s Briana McAfee, left, and Mayfield’s Lindsey Hampton (2) chase down a loose ball during Monday’s non-league contest. (The Leader-Herald/Paul Wager)

MAYFIELD — After 100 minutes of soccer, the Dolgeville and Mayfield girls teams finished in a 2-2 draw in a non-league contest Monday.

Mayfield scored the game’s first two goals before Dolgeville evened the game up before halftime.

Lindsey Hampton scored the game’s first goal on an assist from Sydney Sheldon in the game’s second minute, giving the Lady Panthers a 1-0 lead.

Sheldon scored in the 12th minute on an assist from Bri Hubiak to make it 2-0 in favor of Mayfield.

Dolgeville answered with goals from Isabella Nichols and Emma Bilinski in the 13th and 19th minutes, respectively, to tie the game at 2-2.

From there, both sides were unable to score as the game ended in a draw.

Syd Benton made nine saves for Mayfield (0-4-2 overall), while Bobbie Lee Hall made four stops for Dolgeville (1-2-2 overall).


Northville 1, Galway 0

NORTHVILLE — Brytney Moore scored the game’s only goal with 14:13 remaining in the second half to lift Northville to a WAC victory over Galway.

Avery Feldman assisted on the goal for the Lady Falcons.

Emily Shepard made two saves to post the shutout for Northville (4-1 overall, 3-0 WAC).

Galway slipped to 3-3 overall and 3-1 in WAC play with the loss.

Fort Plain 3,

Mekeel Christian 0

FORT PLAIN — Gabby Jenks scored twice to lead Fort Plain to a Western Athletic Conference victory over Mekeel Christian Academy.

It was the first win of the season for the Lady Hilltoppers.

Rhyonn Ford also scored for Fort Plain (1-2-1 overall, 1-0-1 WAC).

Canajoharie 3, Duanesburg 1

DUANESBURG — Meghan Dingman scored twice to lift Canajoharie to a WAC victory over Duanesburg.

Taya Yacobucci also scored for the Lady Cougars, while Allison Lamb and Abby Smith each had an assist.

Emily Schaeffer scored the lone goal for Duanesburg.

Madison Koelbl and Jocelyn Hammons combined to made 16 saves for Canajoharie (2-2 overall, 1-1 WAC).

Madison Stealey finished with 13 saves for the Eagles.

Schoharie 9, Fonda-Fultonville 0

FONDA — Katelyn Krohn finished with five goals to lead Schoharie to a WAC victory over Fonda-Fultonville.

Carolyn Krohn had a goal and two assists for the Indians, while Megan Krohn had a goal and three assists. Madeline Phelan and Denise Woodman also scored for Schoharie (3-0 WAC).

Ryleigh Hesch and Abigail Wetsel combined to make 13 saves for FFCS (2-2 overall, 2-1 WAC).

By Paul Wager

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