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Canisteo-Greenwood girls soccer shuts out Cuba-Rushford, 3-0 (story and photo gallery)

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CANISTEO — A dominant display of power was showcased by the Lady Redskins of Canisteo-Greenwood on Monday, as they held visiting Cuba-Rushford in check with just a single shot’s worth of offense while they capitalized on three goals themselves in return, setting the tone for what came to be after 80 complete minutes — a 3-0 shutout of the Lady Rebels on their home field.

The Lady Redskins were simply unstoppable on their home turf, seeing all facets to their game click at every angle on the field. It would result in a dynamic performance from their defense, who held Cuba-Rushford (3-3) to a single shot across all 80 minutes worth of soccer. As for the offense, they connected with 15 shots, three of which found the back of the net, beginning past 10 minutes in the first.

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Sarah Coddington was the first to get on the board for the Lady Redskins, providing a solo rush into the Lady Rebels zone at the 28:59 mark to get the team on the board and in front with a 1-0 halftime lead to work with.

From the second half on, the defense for the Lady Redskins would continue buckling down while the offense added two more hefty pieces of insurance along the way from Kylie Williamson, who scored both goals in a five-minute span near midway to ultimately put a lock on the home victory.

The one shot on goal for the Lady Rebels was set aside by Brooke Byrd in goal for Canisteo-Greenwood, recording the shutout along the way to victory. Tara Duvall would make 12 saves herself on the other end, for Cuba-Rushford.

The Lady Rebels will look to rebound back on their home grounds Thursday night, hosting Andover/Whitesville in a 5 p.m. opening kick.


Wellsville 3, Arkport/Canaseraga 0

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Wellsville swept the host Wolves with wins of 25-14, 25-13, and 25-13 in the straight-set triumph to get back on the right side of the tracks once again.

Charging the efforts for Wellsville (3-1) was Bryanna Moultrup, who recorded a team-high six kills. Adding help along the way were Lindsey Stuck (five aces) and Emma Dunaway (three aces), as each Lady Lions attacker added in four more kills of their own. Averee Palmatier added in three kills of her own to pair with a block, while the team’s setter Maddy Parks handed out 22 assists to go along with five more aces.

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