Mountain View exacted some revenge and continued its climb up the Division II standings with a 3-1 win over Western Wayne.
Natalie Cross scored the first of her two goals with a header off an Abby Neri corner kick near the midpoint of the first half. Western Wayne answered 20 seconds later to tie the game 1-1.
14 minutes into the second half Cross took a throw in and maneuvered around the Lady Wildcat defense and gave the Lady Eagles a lead they would not relinquish. A miscommunication by Western Wayne resulted in an own goal and an insurance score for Mountain View.
Lady Eagle Goalkeeper Morgan Hammond collected 12 saves as Western Wayne outshot Mountain View 20-16.
Mountain View’s matchup with division-leading Lakeland was postponed to Friday October 11.
Forest City maintained its lead in Division III and broke out of its scoring slump with an 8-0 thumping of Mid Valley.
Bella Pleska converted two penalty kicks in the first half and Claire Urbas and Isabella Richner each scored unassisted goals before halftime as the Lady Foresters led 4-0.
Stephanie Graham scored in the second half off a Richner feed and Jessica Curley had two unassisted goals. Audrey Bailer closed out the scoring with goal shortly after Curley’s pair.
Forest City outshot Mid Valley 24-3.
The Lady Foresters fell to Lakeland 9-0 as Marisa Boles scored four goals.
Maddie Bailer had 22 saves as Lakeland outshot Forest City 31-1.
Elk Lake rallied with two goals in the second half to snatch a 2-1 victory over West Scranton.
Trailing 1-0 Megan Bosscher broke free from the defense and fired a goal past the West Scranton goalie just under the eight-minute mark of the half to knot the game.
Twelve minutes later Kaleigh Mayer took a pass from Delaney Curley and scored the game-winning goal.
Elk Lake outshot West Scranton 13-11 and Goalkeeper Tamara Voda had five saves.
Montrose managed just two shots in their 3-0 loss to Dunmore.
The Lady Bucks scored all three goals in the second half. Montrose Goalkeeper Mya Snyder had 10 saves.