Erin Courchaine put Bolton ahead just before halftime with a goal assisted by Olivia Seamans.
Bolton outshot Loudonville Christian 10-1 in the first half but was not able to maintain that momentum into the 2nd half. Loudonville Christian responded with 3 goals in the second half to put the game out of reach for Bolton.
Bolton goalie Andi Pfau had six saves for her team.
Bolton - 4; Granville - 0
GRANVILLE — With a balanced scoring attack — one goal each from four players —Bolton opened its season with a 4-1 non-league win over Granville.
In the matchup, Sophomore All-Star player Olivia Seamans and her sister Abbie Seamans both tallied a goal, while Kenzie Tennent and Erin Courchaine each added a goal. Olivia Seamans recorded two assists, and Abbie Seamans and Sarah Calzada each had one. Eagle goaltender Andi Pfau turned back five of the Horde’s six shots on goal.
Bolton went into halftime with a 2-0 lead but Granville quickly answered with a quick second-half goal by Abby Narkiewicz. Bolton was able to withstand Granville's pressure and answered with two more goals in the second half. Bolton was lead by a strong defensive effort by Maddy Wilson, Kim Wright, and Sarah Calzada.
Granville goalie Amy Baker deflected 15 shots of Bolton’s, and teammate Abby Narkiewicz scored Granville’s goal, assisted by Marissa Brown.