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NEW KINGSTOWN >> Cumberland Valley scored two goals in the first minute of Thursday's girls soccer game, and it was all downhill from there for Chambersburg in a 9-0 Mid Penn Commonwealth Division loss.

"It was not easy getting the team excited about finishing the year with CV," Trojan coach Eric Guyer said. "Our goal was to play hard and improve on our first meeting a few weeks ago. It's hard to keep focus and working when a team nets two goals within the first minute but despite the constant attack and multiple goals, the girls remained composed, played hard and displayed good sportsmanship throughout."

The Trojans (7-10-1, 6-8 MPC) were held without a shot or a corner kick. Megan Cottingham finished with 10 saves.

"Meg Cottingham made several huge saves tonight," Guyer said. "Overall, the team gave a phenomenal effort this season and were close in most of our games. With little rest during the week and level of competition we play, that's something they should be proud of."

Cumberland Valley 9, Chambersburg 0

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First half — (CV) Audrey Olzacki, 1st min., (CV) Rachael Dorwart, asst. Jenny Bail, 1st, (CV) Dorawrt, asst. Emilee Barnett, 4th, (CV) Dorwart, 12th, (CV) Bail, asst. Dorwart, 13th, (CV) Dorwart, 38th.

Second half — (CV) Racheal Barrick, asst. Mallory Johnson, 60th, (CV) Sam Perry, asst. Emily Keitel, 68th, (CV) Keitel, asst. Bail, 80th.

Shots — Chbg 0, CV 26; Corner kicks — Chbg 0, CV 5; Saves — Chbg 10 (Megan Cottingham), CV 0 (Sydney Bruckner).

JV score — Cumberland Valley 1, Chambersburg 0.

MCCONNELLSBURG 1, TUSSEY MOUNTAIN 0 >> McConnellsburg played Sideling Hill League game Thursday against Tussey Mountain that more closely resembled a game of pin-ball, according to Spartan coach Toby McGarvey said. McConnellsburg shutout Tussey Mountain 1-0.

"It wasn't a pretty win, but it was a win," McGarvey said. "It was sort of a crazy game, lot of shots on goal... the best thing I can come up with is it looked like a game of pin-ball."

Tussey Mountain packed its defensive end, leaving just one offensive player in midfield, forcing the Spartans to avoid nine players in their attack zone.

McConnellsburg controlled 95 percent of the game, sending 18 shots-on-goal to Tussey Mountain keeper Mckenna Sitch.

Alexis Mellott scored the lone goal in the SHL matchup, avoiding two defenders to sent a shot to the cage in the second half.

McConnellsburg 1, Tussey Mountain 0

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Second half — Alexis Mellott, 56th min.

Shots — McC 18, TM 3; Corner kicks — McC 7, TM 0; Saves — McC 2 (perry), TM 12 (Mckenna Sitch).

LOWER DAULPHIN 4, GREENCASTLE 1 >> Greencastle fell to a four-goal deficit in its non-league matchup against Lower Daulphin Thursday, but despite falling behind the Blue Devils kept fighting to avoid the shutout. Greencastle's Ally Rudy scored the teams lone goal in the 71st minute.

"We played a better team tonight," Greencastle coach Greg Cole said. "LD is accustomed to playing at a very high pace and they connect so well in the attacking third. We were not mentally ready to play at their pace."

Jenay Fulkner had nine stops for Greencastle (10-5-1).

Lower Daulphin 4, Greencastle 1

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First half — (LD) Niki Saad asst. Rachel Clouser, 6th min., (LD) Saad, 23rd, (LD) Lariah Thompson 35th.

Second half — (LD) Saad 51st, (GA) Ally Rudy asst. Megan Hirneisen 71st

Shots — LD 16, GA 7; Corner kicks — LD 3, GA 3; Saves — LD 6 (Maryn Trowbridge), GA 9 (Jenay Fulkner).

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