RICHFIELD SPRINGS, N.Y. – The Richfield Springs Indians beat Stockbridge Valley 3-0 Tuesday for their fourth consecutive victory and shutout as they head into Section IV’s Tri-Valley League Tournament.

The Indians led 1-0 at halftime on their home field and got two goals and an assist from Amy Seamon. Maggie Worobey made three saves, and Caitlynn Miller scored the other goal.

The Richfield Springs (5-8-2) streak started 10 days earlier with a 1-0 Homecoming win over Sharon Springs. The Indians beat Worcester 2-0 Oct. 9 and shut out Sharon Springs 1-0 again Saturday. All four of the matches were played at home where Richfield Springs plays again Thursday against Laurens in the first round of tournament play.

DOLGEVILLE 7

UTICA-NOTRE DAME 0

DOLGEVILLE, N.Y. – Three Blue Devils scored multiple goals Tuesday in the Blue Devils’ 7-0 win over Utica’s Notre Dame Jugglers.

Emma Bilinski scored the first goal 85 seconds into the match and added a second with 17 seconds left to play. Hannah Spofford and Alexis Smith each added a goal on each side of halftime, and Rylee Lamphere added on goal and two assists for the Blue Devils.

Ryanne Williams and Dakota Jeffers combined to make five saves in the shutout for Dolgeville.

Julianna Rustin had 14 saves for the Jugglers who were outshot 30-6.

Dolgeville is 11-4-0 with five consecutive victories and finishes the regular season Thursday with a match against Little Falls, the only team that has beaten the Blue Devils within Division II of the Center State Conference.

HOLLAND PATENT 7

MT. MARKHAM 0

HOLLAND PATENT, N.Y. – The Holland Patent Golden Knights shut out Mt. Markham’s Mustangs 7-0 Tuesday.

Rory Richard scored two goals for the Golden Knights, Samantha Rachon and Anna Dornburgh each had one goal and two assists, and Taylor Koenig, Meaghan Greenway and Jessica Landman each scored a goal.

Haydn Roberts made five saves in the shutout for Holland Patent which led 3-0 at halftime.

Hannah Pcola had 10 saves for the Mustangs.

Mt. Markham plays at Canastota Thursday to finish the regular season.

WEST CANADA VALLEY 1

FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER 1

NEWPORT, N.Y. – Frankfort-Schuyler and West Canada Valley traded goals in the first half Tuesday and played to a 1-1 draw in overtime.

Bailey Martin scored unassisted for the West Canada Valley’s Indians, and Brooke Linfield scored the goal for the Frankfort-Schuyler Maroon Knights with an assist from Brooke Lawson.

Isabella Smith recorded 14 saves for the Indians.

West Canada Valley finishes league play at home Thursday against Herkimer and has a match Saturday morning against Hamilton. Tuesday’s contest was Frankfort-Schuyler’s regular season finale.

POLAND 8

ORISKANY 0

POLAND, N.Y. – The unbeaten Poland Tornadoes won for the third time in four days Tuesday when they beat Oriskany 8-2.

Riley Wisheart scored three goals and assisted on a fourth for Poland, the New York State Sportswriters Association’s top-ranked Class D team. Jordyn Squire added two goals and one assist, Leah Base; had one goal and three assists, Logan Cookinham had one goal and two assists, and Lexi Bates had one goal and one assist.

Kara Daskiewich had both goals for Oriskany which trailed 3-1 at halftime.

Emily Schrader made three saves for Poland (15-0-0) and Jessica Batson added one while Katie Bowers had 14 for Oriskany (8-7-0).

The Tornadoes finish the regular season with a match at home Friday against Hamilton.

CENTRAL VALLEY ACADEMY 8

ONEIDA 3

ONEIDA, N.Y. – The Central Valley Academy Thunder ran their record to 14-0-0 Tuesday with an 8-0 win over the Oneida Indians.

Reilly Rich scored three goals for Central Valley Academy and Jazmyn Gillette had two with one assist. Rachel Perri had one goal and one assist, Megan Canipe and Lexy Upson each scored a goal, and Rachael Yardley, Shannon Brien, Krista Panko and Kayla Rhude each had one assist. Goalkeeper Cierra Doolen made three saves.

Rachel DeRuby scored two of the Oneida goals and Ella Ryan had one.

Central Valley Academy, the Tri-Valley League’s Pioneer Division leader, plays at home Thursday against New Hartford which is unbeaten in Colonial Division play.