Alison Francis continued her early-season scoring spree Tuesday to keep Dallas unbeaten in Wyoming Valley Conference girls soccer.
Francis rallied Dallas from a pair of deficits by scoring four first-half goals in a 5-3 win over Coughlin.
The Mountaineers are 3-0-1 in the division.
Coughlin led 1-0 and 3-1 before Francis scored three goals in a span of 8 ½ minutes to put Dallas ahead, 4-3, at the half.
Francis assisted Olivia Delevan on the game’s final goal early in the second half.
Coughlin had a shot advantage in the game but Sarah Krokos made 15 saves for Dallas.
In other Tuesday action:
Wyoming Seminary 0
Chloe Weaver and Madison Brdaric each had two goals and an assist in Lake-Lehman’s WVC Division 2 romp.
Abby Paczewski added a goal and three assists.
Stephanie Ayers had a three-save shutout.
Wyoming Seminary 2
Wyoming Seminary scored once in each half to keep the Black Knights perfect through three WVC Division 2 games.
Pittston Area 198
Tyler Faux’s even-par, 35 led the Tigers to the win and into sole possession of second place in WVC Class AAA Division 1.
Holy Redeemer 3
Returning all-stater Skylar Osenkarski had 12 kills to lead a 25-12, 25-7, 25-12 victory.
Corinna Scoblick led Lake-Lehman with 11 digs. Macenzi Barker had 11 assists.
Wyoming Seminary 4
Wyoming Seminary, a Class A state finalist a year ago, posted its second straight shutout to begin defense of its WVC Division 1 title.