BLOOMSBURG — Alison Rossman continued her torrid scoring pace and Centre County Christian Academy got a big game from a part-time contributor in a 2-1 win over Bloomsburg Christian Academy on Monday.
Rossman, who missed time earlier this season with an injury, scored her 10th goal in five games to tie it up early in the second half and Megan Bolich, who has played only a handful of games for the Bulldogs, added the game-winner in the 60th minute.
“Megan was all over the field. She really made the difference today,” CCCA coach Martie Maholic said. “She stepped it up and played very hard. And Mary (Boggie) had some tremendous saves also.”
Boggie relieved Rachel Campbell in the net and turned aside all 10 shots she faced to help send the Bulldogs to their seventh win. CCCA, which will face Mifflin County Christian on Tuesday, will enter the Allegheny Christian Athletic Association tournament as the No. 2 seed from the Western Division. As the tournament hosts, CCCA will play Columbia County Christian, the No. 3 seed from the Eastern Division, to begin the tournament on Thursday at 2:15 p.m.