BELLVILLE — Clear Fork improve to 4-2-0 on the season with a 3-2 win over Kiski Area High School from Pennsylvania in the annual Labor Day Showcase at Riverview High School.
Clear Fork scored 15 seconds into the game and all the scoring by both teams occurred in the first half.
The Kiski Cavaliers are from from Leechburg, Pennsylvania.
Morgan Galco scored the early goal and added another later in the half for the Lady Colts. Both of her goals were assisted by Kaylin Helinski. Clear Fork got its third and final goal from Helinski, who took a thru ball from Macy Wade and finished it right before halftime.
Both teams had some opportunities in the second half, but the defenses held tight.
Clear Fork’s Torri Curry had seven saves in goal. They return home on Thursday, Sept. 7, to play Ashland in a non-league match up.
Clear Fork 2, Buckeye Valley 0
BELLVILLE — Clear Fork opened Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference play on the road with a 2-0 win over Buckeye Valley last Wednesday.
The Lady Colts started slowly and the Barons threatened the Clear Fork goal early. But Clear Fork’s defense stiffened and Torri Curry made four of her six saves in the first 20 minutes.
With five minutes left in the first half, Allie Studenmund played a direct kick over the Buckeye Valley defense that Kaylin Helinski ran onto and buried in the upper left corner for a 1-0 lead. That got the Lady Colts going, and four minutes later Maleah Garrabrant played a ball down the left wing that Morgan Galco received, cut back and blasted to the upper right corner to lead 2-0 at halftime.
Clear Fork had several scoring opportunities in the second half, but couldn’t convert.
The Lady Colts’ defense remained strong and Jordan Beahr made three saves in goal.