Paliotta also struck in the first half in GFA's next game against Gunnery, a 2-1 overtime defeat Saturday.
The Dragons conceded a goal from a penalty corner three minutes into overtime that broke the deadlock.
Apart from a 7-1 defeat to Rye Country Day, the Dragons have conceded just four goals in their other seven games.
GFA's offense exploded for a combined eight goals in victories over Westover 4-1 (Oct. 2) and Masters 4-1 (Oct. 5).
The Dragons fell behind early to Westover but quickly roared back in front and cruised to a win.
Clare Mengel notched two goals.
Despite the lopsided score line, Dragons had goalie Kimbrel to thank for preserving a 4-1 win over Masters with an astonishing 24 saves, including one on a penalty kick.
Olivia Lennon fired a hat-trick in the victory.
GFA extended its impressive winning streak by defeating Hamden Hall 3-1 (Oct. 2) and St. Luke's 3-2 (Oct.5).
The Dragons were pegged back twice in the win over St. Luke's, but Henry Soule broke a 2-2 tie with a goal assisted by Charlie Mounts. Senior Brendan Bieder scored two goals.
GFA made it seven straight victories with a 5-1 win over Christian Heritage Monday.
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GFA (3-4) has extended its win streak to three with a 3-0 victory against Westover last week, winning 25-13, 25-13, 25-22.