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PREP SOCCER Canfieldgets 1-0 win over Poland



Published: Tue, September 17, 2002 @ 12:00 a.m.



Cardinals' Abby Ferko scored the game's only goal late in the first half.

POLAND -- Senior forward Abby Ferko scored a goal from about 12 feet out late in the first half as Canfield High blanked Poland 1-0 in a Metro Athletic Conference girls soccer game Monday.

Canfield goalie Noelle Zalac had 15 saves for the Cardinals (8-1-1, 3-0-1).

Lindsay Yankle had 13 saves for the Bulldogs (6-2).

There were 50 shots on goal, including 27 by Poland.

Boardman 3, Warren Harding 0

WARREN -- Katie Banks, Pam Prystash and Maggie Mills scored for the Spartans (5-2, 2-0 Steel Valley Conference).

Mills and Janeen Masternick received assists.

Boardman keeper Liz Agnew made one save while Harding (0-8, 0-4) keeper Ashley Elder made 14.

Fitch 3, Ursuline 1

YOUNGSTOWN -- After a scoreless first half, Dina Harris, Erica Bortmas and Brittney Gets scored to give the Falcons (5-0-2, 2-0 SVC) a 3-0 lead with 12 minutes remaining.

Freshman Mariah Snyder scored with eight minutes remaining for the Irish (3-5, 1-2).

Sara Canale had an assist for the Falcons who tried more shots, 17-6.

Alison Chasko had three saves in the Fitch goal while Katie Frank saved 11 shots for the Irish.

Lakeview 4, Newton Falls 1

CORTLAND -- Heidi Neibarger scored twice for Lakeview (1-5-2).

Also scoring for the Bulldogs were Erica Sentner and Adrienne Morelli. Gabby Stefura and Katie Barnes earned assists while Lakeview keeper Meghan Gilroy made seven saves.

For Newton Falls (4-3), A. Lange scored while keeper B. Spletzer made six saves.

Badger 0, Warren JFK 0

KINSMAN -- Goalie Liz Smith stopped 13 shots for the Braves (1-3-1).

Michelle Rossio had six saves in the net for the Eagles (3-2-3).

Boys

STRUTHERS -- Poland and Ursuline played to a 2-2 tie in the continuation of a match postponed earlier this month due to lightning.

Nick Royer and Seung Min Paik scored and Jeff Serenko had an assist for the Irish (3-3-2).

P. J. Booth and Ken Toth scored for the Bulldogs.

Ryan Coffey had five saves in the Ursuline goal.

Poland led 1-0 with 12 minutes remaining in the first half when the match was halted.

Hubbard 3, Poland 1

HUBBARD -- Chris Styn, Anthony Tombo and Justin Daly scored for the Eagles (5-2) in a game played Saturday night.

Tombo, Tom Angelo and Josh Petrusko had assists while keeper Mike Mogg made five saves.

D.J. Peters scored for Poland.




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