Keyser and Frankfort opened play in game one against Martinsburg and East Fairmont, respectively. The Lady Tornado lost 12-0 on the road to the Bulldogs; Frankfort fell at East Fairmont 3-1.

By Chapin Jewell
Tribune Correspondent
Keyser and Frankfort opened play in game one against Martinsburg and East Fairmont, respectively. The Lady Tornado lost 12-0 on the road to the Bulldogs; Frankfort fell at East Fairmont 3-1.  
On Monday for Keyser and Tuesday for Frankfort, each team took to the road again, Keyser to Bishop Walsh and Frankfort to Hampshire.  As with their respective first games, the Lady Tornado and Lady Falcons faced formidable foes again, with each team again taking a loss.
High atop Haystack Mountain in Cumberland on Monday, Bishop Walsh raced to a 9-0 halftime lead, then tacked on two additional second half goals to earn an 11-0 victory. The Lady Spartans employed the services of eight different goal scorers in accumulating the 11 goals.
Kathy Cessna, Arianna Herrera, and Sarah Wharton each scored two goals apiece for Bishop Walsh. Additionally, Cessna and Herrera added an assist.  Also scoring for the Lady Spartans were Maddie Brown, Lexi Appel, Jen Witt, Shiana Cromwell and Ella Squires. Additionally, Appel, Witt, Lydia Matthews, Ava Denola and Allison Kimble also added assists.
In total, Bishop Walsh outshot Keyser 22-4. In total, Bishop Walsh’s goalies combined for four saves, three by Gigi Jessie and one from Sarah Wharton. In the goal for Keyser, Gracie Crites and Allison Larue for combined for 11 saves; Crites had five in the first half; Larue added six in the second half.
Bishop Walsh (1-1) plays host to St. Maria Goretti today at 6 p.m.  Keyser (0-2) hosts Hampshire today at 5 p.m.
On Tuesday, the Frankfort Lady Falcons traveled to Sunrise Summit to take on a talented Hampshire Lady Trojans squad.  Hampshire entered the contest with a record of 1-0 after narrowly defeating Bishop Walsh 3-2 on Saturday. Frankfort came in with a record of 0-1 after losing a competitive 3-1 contest at East Fairmont, also on Saturday.
Hampshire would prove to be too much for Frankfort, defeating the Falcons at home 7-1. The Trojans scored four goals in the first half, holding Frankfort scoreless to take a 4-0 lead into halftime.  The Lady Trojans would muster three more goals in the second half, and Frankfort would get on the board once, leading to Hampshire’s 7-1 victory.
Hampshire was led by Nicole McManamay with a game-high four goals, three of which came before halftime; Teeia Reckley contributed two goals; Kaelyn Knight added one goal.
Kaitlyn Crist led Frankfort with one goal.
Hampshire (2-0) travels to Keyser (0-2) tonight at 5 p.m. Frankfort (0-2) hosts Berkeley Springs today at 4 p.m. Hampshire and Frankfort will play again in Short Gap on Sept. 19 at 4 p.m.