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Prep Roundup

August 30, 2012
Salem News

VOLLEYBALL

Heartland Christian-Southern Local

SALINEVILLE - The Indians fell to Heartland Christian on Monday, 21-25, 25-10, 25-13, 25-18.

Hannah Brothers finished with 88 sets, 19 assits and three points to lead Southern Local.

Abbey Smalley added seven points and four kills.

In reserve action, Southern Local won, 25-20, 25-17.

Brittany Webber had one kill, four points and two aces, while Casey Howdershelt had four kills, six points and three aces.

The Indians will host Wellsville today.

Indian Creek 3, East Liverpool 1

WINTERSVILLE - The Potters suffered their first loss of the season on Wednesday on the road against the Redskins.

East Liverpool won the first game, 25-20, but lost the final three by scores of 25-19, 25-23, 25-14.

The loss drops the Potters to 2-1 on the season.

Kathy Rowe led the Potters with 10 points.

Jordyn Adkins finished with seven points and 19 assists, while Taylor Jordan had six points, 35 spikes and 14 kills.

Morgan Campbell added 38 spikes and 14 kills, and Jordan Chupa had seven points and four kills.

In junior varsity action, Indian Creek won, 18-25, 25-9, 25-12.

Sierra Voorhees had six points and eight assists for the Potters.

Elise Smith finished with two blocks, while Madison White added eight points and five assists.

The Potters are back in action today as they host Cardinal Mooney.

Beaver Local/Oak Glen/Weir

NEW MANCHESTER - The Beavers came out with a split.

Beaver Local was able to get past Weir on Wednesay, but fell to host Oak Glen in a tri-match.

Against Weir, the Beavers (1-1) won by scores of 25-19, 24-26, 25-20.

Tannar Dolhun finished with six kills, while Laini Roberts added eight points, 15 digs and one kill.

Sierra Wright had 16 points, five digs, 14 sets, one assist and two kills.

Mackenzie Davis finished with 12 points, six digs, 14 sets and eight assits.

Danna Talbott had five digs and nine kills, while Nevada Dobbs added seven kills.

Miranda Turkovich had one dig, two sets, one assist and one kill.

Alison Buchheit finished with five digs, 28 sets, 14 assists and two kills.

Against Oak Glen, the Beavers lost by scores of 25-9, 33-31.

Dolhun had one kill, while Roberts added seven points and seven digs.

Wright finished with four points, five digs, seven sets and one assist.

Davis had two digs, eight sets and five assists, while Talbott added two points, three digs and six kills.

Dobbs finished with five points, four digs and seven kills, and Turkovich had a dig.

Buchheit added four points, two digs, 24 sets, six assists and two kills, while Jordan Simpson had two digs.

In reserve action, Beaver local defeated Weir as Ashton Roberts had eight points and Lynsey Reckner finished with six points.

Against Oak Glen, Beaver Local won behind Reckner (10) and Roberts (5).

Beaver Local will play on Saturday at Edison.

GIRLS SOCCER

East Liverpool 10, Indian Creek 0

WINTERSVILLE - It was all working for the Potters on Wednesday in a 10-0 rout on the road against Indian Creek.

Nicole Talbott and Gretchen Dietz led the way for East Liverpool which improves to 3-1 on the season.

Talbott finished with four goals and an assist, while Dietz added three goals and an assist.

"Their passes were amazing," East Liverpool coach Katie Smith said. "The girls really played like a team. Nicole and Gretchen had some amazing goals."

The Potters totaled 57 shots on goal for the game.

Ashley Click and Nicole Linkous each had one goal and one assist.

Kelsey Diddle finished with one goal and two assists, while Sarah Guildoo had three assists and Breann Partezana one assist.

In goal for the Potters was Chelsea Possage who finished with six saves in the shut out.

East Liverpool will face St. Clairsville at home on Saturday.

BOYS SOCCER

Oak Glen 4, Wheeling Central 1

NEW MANCHESTER - The Bears were clicking on all cylinders on Tuesday as they defeated visiting Wheeling Central, 4-1.

Justin Bailey had a huge day for Oak Glen with three goals.

Cullen Bennett netted the other Bears' goal.

Addison Sayre was in a giving mood, dishing out three assists, while Eric Oliver also had an assist.

Josh Pawloski had Wheeling Central's lone goal.

In goal for Oak Glen was Nick Fryer with four saves.

The Bears will host Beaver Local today at 6 p.m.

GOLF

Beaver Local 172, Niles 203

LORDSTOWN - The Beavers went low.

Beaver Local claimed a 172-203 victory on Wednesday over Niles at Duck Creek Golf Course.

Duncan Hildebrand led all scorers with a 39.

Also for Beaver Local was Hayden Moore (43), Landon Palmer (44) and Emily Blaner (46).

The win moves the Beavers to 3-7 on the season.

Todd Callen led Niles with a 44.

Beaver Local will play today at Beaver Meadows against Struthers.

GIRLS TENNIS

Beaver Local 3, Liberty 2

LIBERTY - The Beavers held on for a 3-2 road victory over Liberty on Monday.

The win moves Beaver Local to 3-5 on the season.

Kayla Laurich won Beaver Local's lone singles victory with a 6-4, 6-2 decision over Liberty's Holly Burgdorf.

Behind the play of Jesslyn Taylor-Natalyn Chamberlain and Samantha Bishop-Ella Polen, the Beavers swept doubles action.

Beaver Local 3, Liberty 2

SINGLES

1. Vittoria Vaturi (L) d. Kristi Kline, 6-4, 6-2

2. Kayla Laurich (B) d. Holly Burgdorf, 6-2, 6-2

3. Meryl Schor (L) d. Jordan Reinke, 6-0, 6-2

DOUBLES

1. Jesslyn Taylor-Natalyn Chamberlain (B) d. Taylor Kutsch-Taylor McCulley, 6-1, 6-2

2. Samantha Bishop-Ella Polen (B) d. Lexxus Brown-Crystal Carradine, 6-3, 6-3.

 
 

 

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