HS roundup: LaFargeville senior scores six goals in girls soccer win


Syracuse, N.Y. — Among Thursday’s high school sports notables were a half-dozen goals being scored by a single girls soccer player and a dramatic, five-set match in girls volleyball.

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‘ Kamryn Barnes put in six scores, leading the LaFargeville girls soccer team to a 7-3 defeat against Alexandria Bay. | Box score

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‘ Moo Hai tallied the game-winner for the Henninger boys squad in the second half off a feed from Abdias Nguemadji to land the Black Knights a 1-0 shutout against Cicero-North Syracuse. Olivier Bienvenu racked up seven saves in the victory. | Box score

‘ On the strength of a three-goal hat-trick by Jacob Sherline, Whitesboro eked out a 4-3, overtime decision against Utica Proctor. | Box score

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Date: 2019-09-13T03:28:24.000Z
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Alex Flynt unselfishly moved to the defensive line for Scott County after a series of injuries struck the Lady Cards in Monday’s 4-0 loss at GRC.

George Rogers Clark continued both its reign over Scott County in recent years and its unbeaten streak against in-state girls’ soccer competition Monday night with a 4-0 victory in Winchester.

The three-time defending 10th Region champions won the clash of Cardinals for the third consecutive year and improved to 5-0 against Kentucky opponents this season.

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Brook Bolles, who finished 14-for-26 passing for 271 yards, tossed his third touchdown 36 yards to Cameron Saunders to give UCM its first lead of the game. Central Missouri’s defense would not allow another yard.

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Central Missouri (1-0) travels to Tahlequah, Oklahoma, to face Northeastern State 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 12.

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Freshman Tanner Damlo recorded three catches for 37 yards, while sophomore Nick Crosswhite gained 35 yard via six receptions.

Junior Mason Locke and freshman Caden Crooker led the defense with seven and five tackles, respectively.

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