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Posted: Wednesday, October 10, 2012 9:42 am

BELFAST — Scoring all of its goals in the first half, the Belfast Central School girls’ soccer team kept its perfect season going on Tuesday.

Breanna Peavey, McKenzie Miller and Johnie Wilson all scored in the opening 40 minutes as the Bulldogs defeated Bolivar-Richburg, 3-0, in an Allegany County Division I clash.

Peavey and Miller, the most prolific goal-scoring tandem in the area, tallied their Big 30-leading 20th and 17th goals on the year, respectively. The victory kept Belfast’s unbeaten season alive at 14-0.

“This was a good win for us,” said Belfast coach Kevin Morton. “But it was clearly a game of two different halves. We had six shots in the first half and none in the second and they had no shots in the first half and six in the second.

“Bolivar-Richburg is a quality team that has come on strong in the last two weeks.”

Allison Paulsen and Jessica Williams each picked up an assist while Kaylee Middaugh preserved her seventh shutout of the year and fifth in the last seven games with five saves.

Allison Pacer stopped three shots for Bolivar-Richburg (6-6-1), which had won four of its last five games.

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