By The Leader-Herald
JOHNSTOWN - Diana Horning scored the game-winning goal with about 10 minutes to go, leading Johnstown to a 2-1 non-league win over St. Johnsville on Monday at Johnstown High School.
St. Johnsville's Rylie Smith had tied the game less than eight minutes into the second half.
Johnstown’s Abby Bobbette kicks the ball down the field during Monday’s game against St. Johnsville at Johnstown High School. (The Leader-Herald/Mike Zummo)
Sam Loucks gave the Lady Bills (4-7 overall) their first goal in the first half.
Ellen Praught made five saves for Johnstown, which outshot St. Johnsville 29-7.
Leann Knapp made 17 saves for St. Johnsville (4-7 overall).
Center State Conference
Dolgeville 0, Mohawk 0
MOHAWK - Abigail Mosenthin made 17 saves for Dolgeville in a scoreless tie with Mohawk.
Alicia Cenaviva made 13 saves for Mohawk (5-4-4 overall).
Dolgeville (3-6-2 overall) will travel to Remsen for a 4:30 p.m. contest today.
Maple Hill 1, Canajoharie 0
SCHODACK - Alysha Cross scored the game's only goal to lead Maple Hill to a win over Canajoharie in the championship game of the Maple Hill Tournament.
Cross' shot was the lone shot of the second half by the Wildcats.
The loss was the first of the season for the Lady Cougars, who had won their first 11 contests.
"We played well after we adjusted to the physicalness of Maple Hill," Canajoharie coach Ellee Fichthorn said. "We just could not put the ball in the back of the net."
Anna Pulver made eight saves to post the shutout win for Maple Hill.
Lauren Balfe made nine saves for Canajoharie (11-1 overall).
Christina Towse was named the Most Valuable Defensive player of the tourney.
"She had a great tournament and its wonderful that it was noticed and that she received the award," Fichthorn said.
Canajoharie will travel to Galway on?Friday for a 4;30 p.m. contest in a matchup of Western Athletic Conference division leaders.