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Soccer roundup: Riverside boys edge Ripley in OT

Dylan Chapman scored with 22 seconds remaining in overtime as Riverside edged Ripley 3-2 in a Class AAA Region 3 Section 1 boys game Monday at Schoenbaum Soccer Stadium.

The Warriors were awarded an indirect free kick 19 yards from goal on a Ripley dangerous-play foul. Cameron Norris, who scored two goals in the game, connected with Chapman for the game-winning header.

JoJo Greeley-Fay had both goals for the Vikings.

Riverside will face George Washington at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at Trace Fork.

  • NITRO 4, SA 0: Evan Eich scored a pair of goals as Class AAA No. 14 Nitro downed St. Albans at home in a Region 4 Section 1 game.
  • Alex White and Matt Kahn also posted goals for the Wildcats (13-8), who outshot the Red Dragons 22-5.

    Nitro will travel to Hurricane to face the No. 1 Redskins tonight at 8.

  • HOOVER 4, SCOTT 1: Jesse Weese netted three goals for the Huskies in the AA-A Region 4 Section 2 play-in game at Schoenbaum Soccer Stadium.
  •  Herbert Hoover (6-12-2) advances to today's semifinals and will face No. 1-ranked and three-time defending state champion Charleston Catholic (18-0-2) at 7:30 p.m. at Schoenbaum.

    Jacob Weese added a goal for Hoover while Andrew Mercer had two assists and Brett Strickland turned in 12 saves. Ryan Cowan tallied for the Skyhawks on an assist from Michael Miller.

    Girls

  • SA 7, POINT 0: Hannah Myers netted three goals as No. 16 St. Albans blanked visiting Point Pleasant 7-0 Monday in a Class AAA Region 4 Section 1 girls high school soccer contest.
  • Madi Marshall, Maddie Cogar, Katie Smith and Audrey Goode each had single tallies for the Red Dragons (9-8-2).

    St. Albans will travel to Winfield today for an 8 p.m. matchup with the No. 3 Generals.

  • CATHOLIC 12, SHERMAN 0: Peyton Mullen netted four goals as Class AA-A No. 4 Charleston Catholic cruised to a Region 4 Section 2 win at Trace Fork.
  • Quincy McKown registered a pair of goals for the Fighting Irish (13-5-2), while Sarah Fox, Jenny Borman, Hannah George, Katie Pulliam and Casey Gennett had single tallies.

    Catholic will face the Scott-Poca winner at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Trace Fork.

     


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