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Monessen snaps skid with shutout

| Thursday, January 8, 2015 12:01 a.m

Luke Beveridge scored five goals to pace Monessen as it ended its two-game winless streak Saturday with an 8-0 Section 4 A shutout at home over Washington.

“We played much better and we were able to play everyone,” Monessen coach Sam Perry said. “This was a good win giving us some momentum going into next week.”

Cory Fleming, Tyler Caterino, and Justice Rice each added a goal while Rice and Fleming shared the shutout in goal.

Monessen (9-1-1, 7-1-1) is at Charleroi Tuesday night for a key section match.

B’worth 6, Charleroi 1

Down two starters, the Cougars (6-6-1, 4-4) dropped the Section 4 A decision at Bentworth.

“We lost two starters from the last game and we just did not step up to fill the holes in the lineup,” Charleroi coach Ron Hostovich said.

Blake Carmello scored Charleroi’s lone goal.

S. Park 3, EF 0

Elizabeth Forward (5-8, 3-6) dropped a misleading Section 3 AA match to undefeated South Park.

The match was scoreless until the 59th minute when South Park finally got on the board, and then they added two more late goals to secure the win.

“Our defense stood out in this game,” EF coach Dave King said. “South Park is as good as advertised and even better.”

BV Area 1, W. Mifflin 1

For the second time this season, Belle Vernon Area and West Mifflin played to a tie in Section 3 AA play.

Tyler Chiste gave the Leps (6-3-2, 4-2-2) a 1-0 lead and it seemed that the one goal would stand up, but West Mifflin tied the match with 57 seconds to go in regulation to tie the match 1-1.

“We played really well and had some chances in overtime,” BVA coach John Kerekes said. “We always play close games with them.”

BVA is at Canon-McMillan for a non-section match tonight.

Ringgold 2, McGuffey 1

The Ringgold Rams remained undefeated in Section 6 AA play with its win over McGuffey.

No information was turned in on the match.

Ringgold (9-2-1, 9-0-1) returns to section play Tuesday when it heads to Uniontown.


Charleroi 4, W’burg 1

Charleroi (11-2) won its ninth match in a row with a 4-1 non-section win at Waynesburg.

“This win was good as we started off quickly,” Charleroi coach Jim Rue said. “Waynesburg has a good team and this was an even game.”

Kyra Watkins and Kaitlyn Riley both scored twice for Charleroi while Sydney Toth earned the shutout in goal.

Charleroi (11-2) hosts Chartiers-Houston tonight in a section match.

Yough 6, EF 0

Elizabeth Forward (5-5-2) was shut out at home by Yough (10-0-1) in an exhibition match.

“At times our physical effort was good,” EF coach Brandon Gerba said. “Yough is an excellent team and are well prepared.”

EF (5-5-2) hosts Ringgold tonight in a Section 4 AA match with the winner having the inside track at second place in the section.

Bill Hughes is a freelance writer.

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