Through Wednesday, the Indians were 1-3 since her injury and 6-7-2 overall.
"We're taking a beating, but we keep on going. Our kids have big hearts," Rocky Riffle said. "We're still hoping to win our section this year. We're still good enough to beat everybody we have to beat. The kids are going to step up and do it."
Corrie Riffle scored a team-high 26 goals last year as Berkeley Springs went 13-8-1 for its first winning season in program history. She had 12 goals this fall, giving her 58 for her career.
"She wanted to make 100," the coach said. "That's an impossibility now, but she'll still be up there. She's a fighter. She'll be back."
The McConnellsburg girls edged Everett 1-0 on Wednesday to capture the Sideling Hill League title.
The lone goal was scored by junior Erin Chafardon, who led the Tri-State with 36 goals last season and has scored an area-high 19 this year.
The Spartans (10-4, 7-1), in their third year as a varsity program, are now on the verge of clinching their first winning season. They went 7-9-1 in 2005 and 10-11 last fall.
Brown, Lions on a roll
Broadfording's boys are 4-0-1 over their last five games - the most recent a 1-0 victory over rival Grace Academy - and 6-2-1 overall. Senior forward Kyle Brown has eight goals in the five-game unbeaten streak and 11 this season.
"He's patient, he waits for his opportunities to finish, and he's a good finisher," Lions coach David Grimm said. "We look for a lot of through balls, and he takes advantage and finishes them. He's fast and he has a lot of soccer talent."
Broadfording's defense was the difference on Monday, as the Lions held off the Knights' dangerous attack.
"Our whole tactic that game was ... containing their offense, minimizing their chances and getting a goal or two," Grimm said.
"Our defense was stellar that day. They had their opportunities and I thought they'd put one or two in, but we got it cleared out and it was a strong performance. The second half they controlled the tempo, but we held our ground and were able to put one in the net."