By John Lachmann
Junior midfielder Brenna D’Amico scored one goal and earned assists on two others as Holy Cross beat Calvary Christian, 5-0 on Thursday.
Sophomore goalkeeper Emilie McCaffrey picked up her third shutout of the season as the Indians won their fourth straight.
HALFTIME: 3-0. GOALS: HC—Gerding, D’Amico, Buechel, Chiarelli, Steenken. SHUTOUT: McCaffrey (4 saves). RECORDS: Holy Cross 5-7-1, Calvary Christian 1-8-1.
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Conner missed a shot in the closing seconds as Cooper held on to edge the Cougars.
Sophomore forward Aimee Jump rolled up five fourth-quarter points as Ryle surged from a one-point deficit to beat Beechwood.
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Senior Austin Brockman hit a free throw with 3.4 seconds left in overtime to lift Dayton to a win over Villa Madonna.
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