CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Winfield improved its record to 16-0-0 with a 4-0 win over visiting Spring Valley in a battle of ranked girls high school soccer programs Thursday evening.
The Generals, the top-ranked team in the latest W.Va. High School Coaches Association rankings, received goals from M.E. Zulauf, Jayne Lawman, Katie Bryant and Anika Shah.
Keeper Hailey Evans collected two saves in recording the shutout.
Tenth-ranked Spring Valley dropped to 10-4-0.
Cross Lanes Christian 5, Scott 0 - The Warriors (13-0-0) jumped to a 4-0 halftime lead en route to the road win.
Courtney Kendrick had two goals for Cross Lanes, while Kathryn Legg added one goal and two assists. Taylor Mullins and Abbigail Holbert also had goals for the Warriors.
Scott dropped to 3-9-1.
George Washington 6, Capital 1 - Sarah Bodnar scored two goals and Hannah Ellis added a pair of assists to lead the Patriots (13-2-1) on the road.
Olivia Miller, Kasey Rhodes, Kate Eddy and Elishia Davis also had goals for GW.
For Capital (6-11-1), Ally Reeves netted an unassisted goal.
Sissonville 2, PikeView 0 - The Indians improved to 14-0-1 with the road win.
Taylor Rhodes and Madison Jones scored goals for Sissonville, while Mary Schmeck added an assist.
Hurricane 10, Cabell Midland 0 - Eight different players scored as Hurricane routed Cabell Midland at home.