Montrose and Mountain View combined for nine goals in their lone games of the week but scores were few and far between for the other girls’ soccer teams.
Montrose traveled to Carbondale and shut out the Chargerettes 5-0 behind two goals from Tangi Smith.
Cici Adams put the Lady Meteors on the board first with a goal at the 8:31 mark. Twelve minutes later Smith scored the first of her two goals to give Montrose a 2-0 halftime lead.
Smith ignited a nearly nine-minute scoring spree for Montrose 12 minutes into the second half scoring an unassisted goal. Lizzy Lathrop and Haley Pompey added goals during the flurry.
Montrose outshot Carbondale 19-3 as Mya Snyder snared three saves.
In another Division II-III crossover match, Western Wayne blanked Elk Lake 7-0.
Western Wayne outshot Elk Lake 32-5 and Lady Warrior Goalkeepers Tamara Voda and Mercedes Zajackowski registered 10 and eight saves respectively.
Mountain View scored early and often in their 4-0 win over Elk Lake.
Regan Cameron found the net at just over a minute into the game. Natalie Cross added two more goals within the next seven minutes as the Lady Eagles took control.
Both defenses remained stingy until Mountain View’s Maressa Salansky added a goal just with just under two minutes to play.
Mountain View outshot Elk Lake 46-3 as Elk Lake’s Voda recorded 26 saves. Morgan Hammond had one save for Mountain View.
Forest City suffered its second straight loss falling to Dunmore 1-0.
The Lady Foresters managed only four shots. Goalkeeper Maddie Bailer had seven saves.
Bella Pleska’s unassisted goal in the 78th minute enabled Forest City to avoid its second straight shut out in a 3-1 loss to Western Wayne.
Bailer had 14 saves as Western Wayne outshot Forest City 24-6.
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