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Bears sweep tri

East Liverpool knocks off Weir in 2

September 19, 2012
Salem News

EAST LIVERPOOL - The Golden Bears earned a sweep.

The Oak Glen volleyball team defeated East Liverpool and Weir in a tri-match Tuesday at Potter Fieldhouse.

The Golden Bears defeated the Red Riders in two games, and they defeated the Potters, 25-22, 23-25, 25-19.

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The Oak Glen volleyball team celebrates its win over East Liverpool as part of a tri-match Tuesday at Potter Fieldhouse. (Photo courtesy Jimmy Joe Savage)

"It felt good to get a couple of wins after last night," Oak Glen head coach Ethel Riser said. "It still wasn't pretty, but we still did win."

East Liverpool defeated Weir, 25-13, 25-11.

With the sweep, the Golden Bears are now 15-2 on the season. With the split, the Potters are now 6-4.

For Oak Glen against Weir, Sydney Kell collected five points, 30 sets and eight assists, Vanessa Hissam added 12 spikes, seven kills and two blocks and Morgan Poling produced nine points, six spikes, two kills and five blocks.

Also, Lacee Porter recorded nine points, five spikes and three kills, Abby Tice tallied one spike and nine digs and Jessica Stivason ended up with two spikes, one kill and one block.

Finally, Caitlyn Smith contributed four points and five digs, Carissa Williams chipped in with five points, five sets and one assist and Madison Juszczak delivered five spikes, three kills and three blocks.

Against East Liverpool, Kell tallied 11 points, 54 sets, eight assists, six spikes and two kills, Hissam scored five points to go along with 17 spikes and seven kills and Poling picked up one point, seven spikes, two kills and three blocks.

Also, Porter produced three points, 20 spikes, 15 kills and two blocks, Tice ended up with nine spikes, two kills and 32 digs and Stivason netted 12 spikes, six kills and three blocks.

Finally, Smith finished with eight points, one spike and six digs, Williams collected six points, 41 sets and eight assists and Juszczak recorded nine spikes and three kills.

For the Potters, Jordyn Adkins delivered seven points, 50 sets and 18 assists Taylar Jordan recorded 24 sets, nine assists, 21 spikes and six kills and Morgan Campbell collected five points, 33 hits, 33 attacks, 14 kills and two blocks.

Also, Jordan Chupa added seven points and five kills, Kiara Cowart tallied six kills and three blocks and Caitlyn Davis netted two points and seven blocks.

"It was a slow-moving game," East Liverpool head coach Bob Shansky said. "It took a while. It was well-played, but it was slow."

Against Weir, Adkins delivered eight points, 25 sets and 10 assists, Chupa contributed eight points and three kills and Kathy Rowe recorded seven points.

Also, Jordan produced 15 spikes, 11 kills and four assists and Campbell collected 13 spikes and six kills.

East Liverpool plays today at home against Poland.

Oak Glen plays Monday at Wheeling Park.

Wells. d. Lowellville, 25-7, 25-8, 25-11

WELLSVILLE - The Tigers took down the Rockets.

The Wellsville volleyball team swept Lowellville, 25-7, 25-8, 25-11, Tuesday night at home.

For the Tigers (9-1, 6-0), Shayna Hamilton netted 20 assists Maleya Fultz finished with nine kills and Sarah Skinner recorded four kills.

Also, McKenna Pierson contributed one ace, two kills and two assists, Jayla Martin tallied four aces and five kills and Brittany Clendenning delivered eight kills and three blocks.

Finally, Angelica Scarabino added three aces.

The loss drops Lowellville to 3-10, 1-5.

Wellsville won the JV match, 25-10, 25-16.

For the Tigers (7-2) Mystic Beatty tallied 17 assists, Cheyenne Corbin contributed six aces and Rachel Drysdale delivered 12 kills.

Also, Sadie Wolfe finished with five kills.

Wellsville plays again Thursday at Western Reserve.

Hubbard d. Beaver Local, 25-19, 25-22, 25-15

CALCUTTA - The Eagles soared past the Beavers.

The Hubbard volleyball team defeated Beaver Local, 25-19, 25-22, 25-15, Tuesday night at the Beaver Dome.

Individually for the Beavers (7-4), Sierra Wright tallied one ace, three points, five digs, five sets, four assists, six spikes, three kills and three blocks, Nevada Dobbs delivered two aces, six points, two digs, 13 spikes, eight kills and four blocks and Ali Buchheit collected seven points, eight digs, 30 sets, six assists, nine spikes, one kill and one block.

Also, Danna Talbott contributed three points, 11 digs, 13 spikes, five kills and one block, Miranda Turkovich chipped in with three digs, four sets, one assist, four spikes and one kill and MacKenzie Davis added four points, three digs, 11 sets and six sets.

Next, Sierra Jones netted four spikes, one kill and one block, Laini Roberts scored two points to go along with 14 digs and Lynsey Reckner recorded two sets and one assist.

Finally, Tannar Dolhun ended up with one spike and one kill.

Hubbard won the JV match, 25-19, 25-20.

For the Beavers (8-3), Bobbie Ann Theiss scored five points to go along with three aces.

Beaver Local's next match is Thursday at Poland.

Western Reserve d. Southern Local, 25-16, 25-19, 23-25, 25-20

BERLIN CENTER - The Blue Devils downed the Indians.

The Western Reserve volleyball team won the first two games of the match en route to a 25-16 25-19, 23-25, 25-20, victory Tuesday over visiting Southern Local.

For Western Reserve (6-2, 4-2), Rachel Maslach contributed 20 points, five aces, five kills, 15 assists and eight digs, Taylor Kilbert recorded 23 points, one ace and 10 digs and Kalina Wisnrewski recorded six kills and six blocks.

For Southern (9-4), Hannah Brothers scored five points to go along with 25 assists, 17 digs and 92 sets, Abby Smalley tallied four points, 19 kills and 11 digs and Emily Jenkins ended up with four points, 11 kills and four digs.

Also, Lisa Higgins scored 17 points to go along with two aces, 11 digs and one kills.

In the JV match, Braxton Exline ended up with 10 digs, and Casey Howdershelt tallied three kills and three digs for the Indians.

Southern Local's next match is today at Heartland Christian.

Edison d. St. Clairsville, 25-18, 26-24, 25-14

RICHMOND - The Wildcats swept the Red Devils.

The Edison volleyball team bounced back from a tough loss at Meadowbrook Saturday to defeat Buckeye 8 rival St. Clairsville, 25-18, 26-24, 25-14, Monday night at home.

Individually for the Wildcats (9-3), Katelyn Pollock collected eight points, two aces, 13 kills, two blocks and two digs, Katie Davidson delivered six points, one ace, three kills, one block and one dig and Caitlin Brenstuhl tallied 23 assists, seven points, two aces and three kills.

Also, Cassady Jarvis recorded eight points, one ace, five kills, four blocks and one dig, Kylie Smith contributed four points, one ace, one kill and four digs and Hannah Johns scored seven points to go along with two aces, one kill and two digs.

Finally, Alexis Gill added three kills and one block, and Kalee Neal ended up with three points.

For the Red Devils, Gabbie Espen ended up with eight points, two aces, two digs and 17 assists, Alexis St. Clair recorded five digs, seven kills and two blocks and Brigee Mick contributed five digs and seven kills.

Also, Summer Gallentine tallied six points.

Edison won the JV match, 25-15, 21-25, 25-15.

Edison's next match is at 10 a.m. Saturday at home against carrollton.


Golden Bears sweep Potters

NEW MANCHESTER - The Oak Glen 7th and 8th grade volleyball teams earned a sweep Tuesday over visiting East Liverpool.

Oak Glen won the 7th grade match, 25-21, 5-15.

For the Golden Bears, Ashley Blake led the way with 11 points, and Kinsey Beaver recorded nine points.

For the Potters (3-3), Aeriden Brown netted eight points, and Kiandria Cowart tallied three points.

The Golden Bears won the 8th grade match, 25-15, 25-16.

Emma Smith tallied 11 points to lead the way for Oak Glen, and Taylor McKay contributed 10 points and four spikes.

Lauren Cunningham contributed six points for East Liverpool (6-1).

East Liverpool plays Thursday at home against Beaver Local, while Oak Glen's hosts Buckeye Local.



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