BETHLEHEM – The Eagles were able to stick with first place Shenendehowa for the first half, playing them to a 0-0 tie on Wednesday, Oct. 10.
But Shen (13-0, 14-1) scored five goals in the second and beat the home team Bethlehem 5-1.
Grace Hotaling scored the lone goal for the 9-2, 9-4 Bethlehem squad.
For Shen, Amanda O’Brien and Ava Sullivan had two goals each while Michelle Clarkin scored one. Melissa Haas had two assists for the Plainsmen.
Tessa Hughes had seven saves in goal for the Eagles while her counterpart, Kelsey Kohler, had three.
Bethlehem will host Saratoga, and Shen will play at Columbia on Thursday, Oct. 12. Both games are 7 p.m. starts.