"She's been our inspiration,'' Sadeghian said of Murray. "She's done a good job being a team leader and she's very unselfish. One of the good characteristics about her, she's also leading us in assists the last four years.''
Murray tied Povick for second on the all-time career-scoring list early in the first half on a goal set up by senior Cassidy Lewis to stake Sissonville to a 2-0 lead. Murray tied Kendall's mark about halfway through the second half on an assist from freshman Madison Jones as the Indians went ahead 5-1.
The Indians (17-2), who ascended to the top spot in the state coaches association rankings this week, have won 12 straight and allowed their first goal Thursday after 11 straight shutouts. They haven't lost since a 3-0 setback at Bridgeport on Sept. 1.
"We just need to keep working hard at practice,'' said Murray. "We're going to be playing some stronger teams soon. To keep the streak going would be awesome, get all the way to states and keep winning.''
Jones finished with two goals for the Indians while Rhodes pitched in a goal and two assists, Lewis chipped in a tally and freshman keeper Brooke Reed turned in three saves.
Laura Hill, who has committed to West Virginia Wesleyan, tallied a goal to pull the No. 5 Panthers (11-3-2) within 2-1 early in the first half, netting her 97th career goal and 41st of the season. Sissonville scored the final five goals to close out the victory.
"We don't have that many opportunities in our end of the state to play the quality of opponent Sissonville is,'' said PikeView coach Sam Hill. "The biggest difference in the game was that Sissonville plays that quality every time out.''
Reach Tommy R. Atkinson at tatkin...@wvgazette.com or 304-348-4811.