Williams Valley taking control in Schuylkill League standings

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MIKE LEITER/For The Citizen-Standard Williams Valley’s Colten Rebuck, in white, works the ball down field against Tri-Valley’s Cameron Schultz during boys soccer action on Wednesday, Sept. 28. Williams Valley won this game in the crosstown rivalry, 7-0.

Minersville 3, Tri-Valley 0
HEGINS — Tri-Valley was shutout for the second-straight game, this time to Minersville in action on Oct. 1
Kole Ney stopped 12 shots in goal for the 0-13 Tri-Valley Bulldogs
Minersville — 2 1 — 3
Tri-Valley — 0 0 — 0
M — Rinaldo (unassisted), 12:00
M — Hertz (unassisted), 26:38
M — Smith (unassisted), 58:04.
Salisbury 5, Pine Grove 1
ALLENTOWN — Luke Reiter was the only scorer for Pine Grove as they suffered their third defeat of the season, this one a non-league loss to Salisbury.
Jason Soper stopped six shots in the loss.
Pine Grove — 1 0 — 1
Salisbury — 5 0 — 5
Upper Dauphin 1, Halifax 0
ELIZABETHVILLE — Mason Stoneroad scored in the second half to provide the only goal in the matchup between Upper Dauphin and Halifax on Sept. 29.
Trojan goalie Zack Johns stopped all five of Upper Dauphin’s shots on goal, while Braxton Koppenheffer got the assist.
Halifax — 0 0 — 0
Upper Dauphin — 0 1 — 0
UDA — Stoneroad (Koppenhaver), 65:06
Pine Grove 4, Pottsville 1
PINE GROVE — Michael Elo scored two goals to lead Pine Grove to the win in Schuylkill League action Sept. 28, raising their record to 10-2
David Snedden and Jeremy Weaver also scored for the Cardinals, while Jason Soper made one save of Pottsville’s seven shots on goal, allowing only one score.
Pottsville — 0 1 — 1
Pine Grove — 2 2 — 4
PG — Elo (Weaver), 12:33
PG — Snedden (Shollenberger), 35:22
PG — Weaver (Shollenberger), 55:18
P — Ebling (Roos), 56:40
PG — Elo (Snedden), 69:48
Williams Valley 7, Tri-Valley 0
WILLIAMSTOWN — Williams Valley jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first half and never looked back in this Schuylkill League matchup on Sept. 28.
Keegan Solence scored two goals in the second half for Williams Valley leading the team as six different players scored for the Vikings. Tri-Valley’s Jacob Ney stopped seven shots in goal for the Bulldogs
Tri-Valley — 0 0 — 0
Williams Valley — 3 4 — 7
WV — Zerby (Miller), 9:24
WV — Miller (Zerby), 19:55
WV — Pesta (Zerby), 22:48
WV — Yuslum (unassisted), 51:29
WV — Solence (Zerby), 53:15
WV — Koons (Rebuck), 68:27
East Juniata 4, Halifax 0
HALIFAX — The Wildcats dropped to 5-2-3 on the season with a Tri-Valley League loss to East Juniata on Sept. 27.
Halifax goalie Brian Tanner had five saves in the shutout loss.
East Juniata — 3 1 — 4
Halifax — 0 0 — 0
EJ — Goodling (Watts), 4:27
EJ — Goodling (Coder), 16:59
EJ — Coder (Goodling), 20:28
EJ — Goodling (Watts), 44:29
Greenwood 3, Millersburg 0
MILLERSBURG — Chandler Kintzer stopped eight shots in goal, but Greenwood scored twice in the second half to break open a 1-0 game for the Tri-Valley League win Sept. 27.
The Indians managed 15 shots on goal, but none could find the back of the net in the loss.
Greenwood — 1 2 — 3
Millersburg — 0 0 — 0
G — Myers (unassisted), 4:30
G — Stalvey (Bryner), 50:40
G — Kline (Morder), 64:10.
Pine Grove 2, Lehighton 1
LEHIGHTON — Pine Grove improved to 9-2 on the season with a 2-1 victory in Schuylkill League Division I action on Sept. 26
Jeremy Weaver and Michael Elo scored a goal apiece in the win while Jason Soper stopped seven shots on goal for the Cardinals
Pine Grove — 2 0 — 2
Lehighton — 1 0 — 1
PG — Weaver (unassisted)
PG — Lehighton (unassisted)
L — Lawler (Elkhyati)
Williams Valley 2, Nativity 0
POTTSVILLE — Scoring one goal in each half was enough to give Williams Valley the win in Schuylkill League action Sept. 26.
Collin Miller scored on a penalty kick in the first half for the Vikings, while Chett Pesta scored in the second half with Colten Rebuck getting the assist. Brent Reinoehl stopped four shots in goal for the 8-2-1 Williams Valley team.
Williams Valley — 1 1 — 2
Nativity — 0 0 — 0
WV — Miller (penalty kick), 28:28
WV — Pesta (Rebuck), 67:19.
Weatherly 2, Tri-Valley 0
WEATHERLY — Paul Eckert scored two goals to defeat the winless Bulldogs in Schuylkill League action Sept. 26.
Millersburg 4, Juniata 1
MIFFLINTOWN — Four different players scored as Millersburg improved to 9-1-1 on the year with the Tri-Valley League win over Juniata on Sept. 26.
Hunter Grexon, Jacob Mavretic, Matt Snyder and Zareon Reid scored for the Indians in the win, while Chandler Kintzer stopped five shots in goal for Millersburg.
Millersburg — 0 4 — 4
Juniata — 0 1 — 1
M — Grexon (penalty kick), 58:00
M — Mavretic (Reid), 63:11
J — Richardson (unassisted), 66:52
M — Snyder (Zimmerman) 74:20
M — Reid (Youells), 76:41

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