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September 24, 2013

Fall Sports: A roundup of action for Sept. 24

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NEW CASTLE — Girls soccer

Lady Greyhounds roll


Kyler Lum and Leann Wynder combined for six goals and five assists as Wilmington cruised to an 11-0 District 10, Region 1-A victory over visiting Sharpsville.

Wynder led the way with three goals and three assists, while Lum chipped in three tallies and a pair of assists for the Lady Greyhounds (3-0, 4-3-1).

Alison Mayes, Rachael Huff, Anna Hartwell, Mackenzie Smith and Madison Huff were credited with one goal apiece, while Maggie Pusateri and Hartwell equally split four assists. Mayes and Jillian Mickle each added an assist.

Ally Hahn recorded eight saves in goal for Wilmington.

Lady Warriors win

Mohawk scored three times in the first half and withstood a furious Neshannock comeback in the second half to pick up a 3-1 WPIAL Section 1-A home win.

Controlling play in the opening half, the Lady Warriors outshot the Lady Lancers 9-5, but Neshannock (4-1-2, 5-1-3) turned the tables in the closing 40 minutes, posting a 12-3 advantage in shots.

Sydne Slingluff scored the Lady Lancers’ lone goal, while Madison McHale recorded 10 saves.

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