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Tigers Clinch District Semi Berth

SHADYSIDE — Shadyside was able to protect the home court and clinch their sixth consecutive trip to the district by virtue of a 25-18, 25-22, 20-25 and 25-19 victory over Monroe Central.

Shadyside senior Paige Gorby was impressive once again with eight kills, five blocks and 11 digs. Senior Carolina Mercer handed out 38 assists, posted eight digs and four kills.

Sophomore Macy Hendershot was also impressive, recording six kills and three blocks.

Janelle Greenwood posted eight digs and three aces. Kayla Kryah had eight digs.

Monroe Central, meanwhile, was led by Trista Morris, who had 12 kills and 18 digs. Kynzi Bishop had seven kills, seven points and a block. Kyra English had seven assists, nine points and seven digs. Olivia Valkovic had five assists. Karlie Haslam had four aces. Senior Kalista Friday posted an impressive 36 digs.

Division II Sectional Co-Final

Beaver Local d. St. Clairsville

25-16, 25-22, 25-14

ROGERS — Beaver Local proved to be too much for invading St. Clairsville in a Division II sectional co-final held Thursday evening.

The Beaver prevailed in straight sets.

The Red Devils were led by Lauren Waseman’s five kills. Shae Brookover had 12 assists and seven digs.

Regular Season

JM Splits

With Morgantown, Brooke

MOUNDSVILLE — In a 21-25, 25-16, 25-17 win over Brooke, John Marshall was led by Kayli Derrow’s 19 points and four aces.

Lilie Babiczuk turned in seven kills, while Ryleigh Morgan amassed five blocks and Landyn Helms tallied 10 digs.

In the 25-23, 25-18 loss to Brooke, Sybil Willis led the way with 15 digs, while Grace Vanderheyden added six kills.

SOCCER

Class A/AA Section One Final

Weir 6, Oak Glen 0

WEIRTON — Weir advanced to regionals with a shoutout of Oak Glen.

Antonio Pittman led the way with a hattrick.

Division II Sectional Final

St. Clairsville 4, Indian Creek 0

ST. CLAIRSVILLE — The Red Devils netted four goals in a 17-minute span of the second half in advancing to district action with a blanking of the Redskins on the artificial surface inside chilly and wind-filled Red Devil Stadium.

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