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Published: Wednesday, May 21, 2014 1:18 a.m. CDT

Valley wins

GREENFIELD — Christina Boss scored with less than two minutes remaining to break a 2-2 tie and give the Nodaway Valley/West Central Valley/Adair-Casey girls a hard-fought victory over Ballard Tuesday.

Valley improved to 12-5 for the season heading into Friday’s match in Stuart against Nevada.

“This was an exciting game as Ballard came to play,” said Valley coach Michael Krawczyk. “We played flat and were just kick the ball. The girls fought hard after Ballard tied the game. Hannah Link had a great game in the net for us tonight.”

NV/WCV/A-C 3, Ballard 2

NV/WCV/A-C (3) — Josi Ocheltree 30:02; Ocheltree (Abby Miller assist) 37:55; Christina Boss 78:37. Shots — 18. Keeper saves — Hannah Link 17.

Ballard (2) — Abby McGee 39:00; Emily Knittle 51:57. Shots (on goal) — 26. Saves — 11.

Valley victory

CARROLL — Despite a 20-5 advantage in shots, the NV/WCV/A-C girls had to hold on the final 19 minutes to secure a 3-2 victory over the Carroll Kuemper Catholic girls Friday.

Melissa Wagner scored for Kuemper with 19:24 left to cut it to 3-2, but neither team could score the rest of the night.

“It was a great win for our team,” said Valley coach Michael Krawczyk. “The girls did an outstanding job passing and controlling the ball.”

NV/WCV/A-C 3, Kuemper 2

NV/WCV/A-C (3) — Christina Boss 13:52 first half; Emily O’Brien (Josi Ocheltree assist) 5:18 first half; Alicia Urquhart 35:29 second half. Shots (on goal) — 20. Keeper saves — Hannah Link 5.

Kuemper (2) — Hannah Dentlinger (Katie Tigges assist) 19:24 first half; Melissa Wagner PK 19:24 second half. Shots (on goal) — 5. Saves — 4.

Shutout loss

GREENFIELD — Tanner Ford scored a hat trick as Oakland Riverside beat the Nodaway Valley boys Monday, 5-0.

Riverside 5,

Nodaway Valley 0

Nodaway Valley (0).

Riverside (5) — Tucker Bluml 19:01; Tanner ford 32:09; Tanner Ford 53:21; Tanner Ford 65:22; Brian Gordon 69:43.

Ballard rolls

GREENFIELD — Spencer Struve scored three goals for Ballard in an 8-2 victory over the Nodaway Valley boys Friday.

Nathan Venteicher and Dallas Kreager scored second-half goals for the Wolverines.

Nodaway Valley (2) — Nathan Venteicher 49:19; Dallas Kreager 52:19.

Ballard (8) — Spencer Struve 4:52; Brandon Kane 7:20; Spencer Struve 12:25; Joshua Norris 19:09; Wade Stocksleger 39:11; Spencer Struve 43:41; Andrew Rasmussen 52:44; Wade Stocksleger 71:13.

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