No. 3 Frankfort bounces back with 10-0 rout of Fort Hill

Oct. 7—SHORT GAP, W.Va. — Stephen Shambaugh notched a hat trick and Carson Adams scored two goals and assisted on three others, as No. 3 Frankfort routed Fort Hill, 10-0, on Thursday.

The Falcons (10-2-1) recently saw their seven-game win streak snapped by Hampshire, but they dominated from the onset, taking a 5-0 lead into halftime and outshooting the Sentinels, 21-4.

Shambaugh scored off an Adams assist just under four minutes into the game. Hayden Whetsel found the back of the net unassisted in the 14th minute, and Cam Lynch made it 3-0, assisted by Adams, with 15:38 left in the first half.

Shambaugh found his second goal and Adams his third assist when the pair hooked up for a tally with 8:07 left, and Adams scored for the first time unassisted just 35 seconds later.

Whetsel garnered his second goal unassisted 3:47 into the second half. Braxton Pyles scored unassisted with 28:05 left in the game, and he assisted on Shambaugh's third score with 24:14 left.

Adams notched his second goal unassisted with 10:25 left, and Pyles accounted for the Falcons' final score of the evening with an unassisted goal with 4:30 left.

Frankfort is at Petersburg on Saturday at 10 a.m. Fort Hill (1-8) hosts No. 1 Allegany (7-0-1) in Homecoming on Saturday at 11 a.m.

Calvary Christian 6, Faith 0

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Ben McGrew and Luke Reed scored two goals apiece and Sammy Scritchfield assisted on three to Calvary Christian over host Faith Thursday evening.

The Eagles scored three goals in each half and the shut out was the team's 11th overall and seventh in a row.

The victory improves Calvary's record to 13-5 overall and 10-2 in the Mason-Dixon Christian Conference. The outcome of Friday's Cumberland Valley-Shalom game will determine who will be the top seed in the upcoming conference tournament. A Cumberland Valley win gives Calvary the top seed. A loss and it drops to No. 2.

As the score would indicate, the Eagles dominated Faith, leading in shots 18-10 and 8-2 in corner kicks.

"We worked really hard on passing, clearying lately," said Cavlary head coach Wes Reed. "Tonight we were more like ourselves. Good possession ball, playing on their half of the field."

McGrew's back-to-back goals opened the scoring. His first, assisted by Reed, came at 12:30. A little over four minutes later, he scored unassisted on a corner kick at 16:50.

Reed's first goal on Scritchfield's first assist came at the 33-minute mark and gave Calvary a 3-0 lead at halftime.

The Reed and Scritchfield pairing opened the second half at 2:20.

Noah Robinette scored on an assist from Brady Morgan at 16:50 and Reed Jackson put the ball in the back of the net on Scritchfield's third assist at 23:30.

Levi Carrington made eight saves to preserve the shutout. Faith's goalies stopped 10 shots, seven by Conlan Fallier and three by Daniel Hobbs.

"Our goal was to get our 11th clean sheet of the year," coach Reed said. "The back line has really solidified."

Calvary visits Frankfort Monday afternoon at 3:30.