STEUBENVILLE — Arman Toyserkani dished out two assists and found the back of the net once as Linsly defeated Steubenville, 3-0, on Monday in boys’ soccer action at Harding Stadium.

Artem Savkov and Luke Zwicker also scored goals for the Cadets (4-1-1) while Ben Wiemer had an assist and six saves.

For Big Red, J.P. Walsh had six saves while Josh Lahr had four.

Wheeling Park 2, Ripley 0

RIPLEY — Chris Romanek and Michael Dague both found the back of the net as Wheeling Park defeated Ripley.

Jason Pennybacker had an assist for the Patriots while Zach Calvert had four saves.

John Marshall 6

Tyler Consolidated 1

MOUNDSVILLE — Gave Haworth netted a hat trick as John Marshall defeated Tyler Consolidated.

Dayne Bumgardner, Wesley Eskridge and Jack Thomas also scored for the Monarchs.


St. Clairsville 4, Edison 0

RICHMOND — Macy Malin continued her torrid scoring as the talented junior recorded her sixth hat trick of the season in St. Clairsville’s victory over Edison.

Malin has 27 goals on the season for the undefeated Red Devils (7-0).

Emily Vera, the team’s lone senior, also found the back of the net. Assists were awarded to Bella Swan, Ariel Ott, Emily Thompson and Megan Malin.

Goalkeeper Jaeda Nowak made five saves for the shutout. Alli Grimes had 13 saves for the Wildcats


Wheeling d.

Martins Ferry

21-25, 25-20, 25-17, 25-19

WHEELING — After falling in the first set, Wheeling Central bounced back and took the next three to secure a victory over Martins Ferry.

Nicole Reasbeck compiled five aces, 18 assists and eight kills for the Maroon Knights while Kamy Conners totaled six aces, six digs and seven kills.

For the Purple Riders, Ava Doyle had 11 points, three aces, 12 kills and 25 blocks.

Shelby Thomas was also solid with five points, seven aces, 10 assists and three digs.

St. Clairsville d. Bellaire 25-21, 25-12, 25-18

BELLAIRE — Kenzie Schoolcraft tallied nine digs and six aces as St. Clairsville defeated Bellaire in straight sets.

Alexis Thoburn had five kills and three digs for the Red Devils.

Monroe Central d. River 22-25, 25-19, 23-25,

25-18, 15-5

WOODSFIELD — Amy Bettinger stuffed the stat sheet with 19 kills, 11 points and four blocks as Monroe Central downed River.

Allee Zwick was also solid for the Seminoles with 16 points, 20 assits and three aces while Kalista Friday compiled 15 points and 26 digs.

Allison Bennett had 25 assists, 20 digs and seven points for the Pilots while Katie Straub compiled three aces, seven kills, 16 digs and 11 points.

Paden City d. Notre Dame 25-8, 25-13, 25-10

CLARKSBURG — Mallory Yeater was everywhere on the court as she supplied 18 points, 17 assists, three aces and three digs to help Paden City sweep Notre Dame.

Hope Weber was also solid for the Wildcats with 12 points, nine kills, five assists and four digs while Tanley McEldowney had 10 points, eight aces and five digs.

Weir d. John Marshall 26-24, 17-25,

25-23, 24-26, 10-15

MOUNDSVILLE — Avery Knutsen supplied 45 digs and 10 points, but John Marshall fell to Weir.

Landyn Helms contributed 13 points, six aces and 12 digs for the Monarchs (0-2).

East Liverpool d. Edison 25-21, 25-11, 25-21

RICHMOND — Savanna Ankrom had 10 points and five aces while Corinne Freeman supplied three kills and three blocks, but Edison fell to East Liverpool.


Linsly 158,

Steubenville Catholic 178, John Marshall 182, Indian Creek 202

WHEELING — Ryan Dembiczak earned co-medalist honors as he turned in a 37 as Linsly defeated Steubenville Catholic, John Marshall and Indian Creek.

Geno Bisbocci also shot under 40 for the Cadets with a 39 while Dylan Dunlevy had a 40 and Aiden Grubler carded a 42.

Leading the Crusaders was Cole Tegano, who also earned co-medalist (37) while Matthew Douglas paced the Monarchs with a 40.

Justice Morris turned in a team-low 42 for the Redskins.


Pettit Paces Hilltoppers Golf in WLU Debut

ERIE, Pa. — The West Liberty University women’s golf team opened its 2019-20 schedule this weekend by competing in the Michael Corbett Fall Classic, hosted by Gannon University at Lake Shore Country Club.

Coach Shane Rice’s Hilltoppers finished 20th in the 36-hole event, which attracted many of the top NCAA Division II women’s golf squads in the Atlantic Region.

Kailey Pettit made an impressive debut for the Hilltoppers. The former John Marshall High School standout opened with an 87 on Sunday and backed that up with a 9-over-par 81 in Monday’s final round to earn a Top 20 finish in the medal chase.

Ashland took the team title with a two-day total of 651, edging out host Gannon (652) and Ohio Dominican (653) in a sprint to the finish.

West Chester’s Meghan O’Maray claimed medalist honors with a 7-over-par 151, giving her a two-shot margin over runner-up Sophie Hemleben of Ashland.


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