Calvary advances to MDCC finals | Local Sports | times-news.com – Cumberland Times-News

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Updated: May 16, 2024 @ 8:32 pm

CRESAPTOWN — After trailing 2-0 at halftime, Calvary rallied in the second half to advance to the Mason-Dixon Christian Conference championship, defeating Cumberland Valley 3-2 on Tuesday at Liberty Field.
“Cumberland Valley brought a hard fought and physical game to Cresaptown Tuesday evening,” Calvary head coach Bill Scritchfield said.
The Blazers struck first at the 26:45 mark when Julia Waltz scored unassisted.
A misplayed ball by the Eagles (9-3) led to an own goal at the 38:15 mark.
After each team attempted seven shots in the first half, Calvary outshot Cumberland Valley 8-5 after the break.
At the 42:57 mark of the second half, Allie Scritchfield sent a corner kick to Reagan Weeks to put the Eagles on the board.
Lauren Engle sent a perfect pass to Bethany Carrington who tied the game at the 68:40 mark.
Reagan Getz, one of the MDCC’s top defenders, moved up on offense and scored off of Engle’s second assist at the 70:15 mark.
Calvary finished with an edge in shots (15-12) and corners (5-3).
Haven Moats saved 10 shots for Cumberland Valley.
Traci Michael stopped nine shots for the Eagles.
Calvary will head to Chambersburg, Pennsylvania for the MDCC Championship on Thursday at 7 p.m.
The Eagles will be the designated home team against Shalom.
Jordan Kendall is a Sports Writer for the Cumberland Times-News. Email him with scores and story suggestions at jkendall@times-news.com.

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