Golden Bears sweep Creek
WINTERSVILLE — The Oak Glen volleyball team went on the road and swept Indian Creek on Tuesday eveing, 25=21, 25-12, 24-23.
Leading the way for the Golden Bears were Ashlyn Six and McKenzi Martin with 17 kills, Reecelyn Craig with four kills, Jersey Smith with 40 assists and four digs and Tia Vick with two blocks and four kills.
For the Redskins, Tori Robertson finished with eight kills, two blocks and five digs, Camryn Ketron had two aces, seven kills and five digs, Katie Cottis tllied six kills and Reese Scott had 21 assists and six digs.
Oak Glen is at Beaver Local on Thursday, while Indian Creek travels to East Liverpool on Thursday.
Red Knights top Edison
RICHMOND — After dropping the first set on the road at Edison on Tuesday, Toronto stormed back to win the next three sets and the match, 16-25, 25-22, 25-11, 25-22.
Hannah Dobbs finished with 22 kills, six blocks, 20 digs, two aces and three assists, Callie Anderson had 12 kills and nine digs, Andrea Reeves racked up 38 assists, four kills, 11 digs and two blocks, Ashton Thomas tallied 12 blocks and five kills, Michelle Anderson finished with 23 digs, six kills and three aces, Riley Fisher had 18 digs and Chloe Fisher recorded four blocks.
For Edison. Rebecka Evans recorded 12 points, two aces, 20 assists, eight kills and a dig, Hailey Teichman finished with 12 points, four aces, eight assists and five digs, Alexandra Ash had four points, an ace, 11 kills, and three blocks, Kendra Teichman tallied 10 digs, six points, and an ace, Audrey Scott collected 10 digs and two points, Ellie Joynson finished with three digs and two points and Olivia Huff closed with nine kills and had three blocks.
Toronto will take on Catholic Central at home on Thursday, while Edison hosts Harrison Central on Thursday.
Edison out-golfs Creek, Toronto
RICHMOND — The Edison golf team won a tri match against Indian Creek and Toronto on Tuesday.
The Wildcats shot a 191, just six shots better than Creek, while the Red Knights fired a 211.
For Edison, Tristin Arnold was the medalist with a 44, while Ryan Dinger and Aiden Ferguson each shot a 48 and Luke Feralli fired a 51.
Olivia Gibas led Creek with a 45, Logan Kuczykowski shot a 48, as did Noah Tweedy, and Tre Feist-Winland finished with a 56.
Toronto got a 45 from Noah Karaffa, a 48 from Ty Suffoletta, a 53 from Gunnar Blood and a 65 from Cam Beker.
Oak Glen putts Weir
NEW CUMBERLAND — The Oak Glen golf team topped Weir High by 16 strokes on Tuesday, 189-205.
For the Golden Bears, Colby Vega fired a 44, Brady Chaney and Preston Cole each shot a 48, Brasinn Provenzano finished with a 55 and Cooper Comm turned in a 59.
The Red Riders were led by medalist Jude Smith with a 37, while Isaiah Smith shot a 48, Anthony Earley had a 59, Nico Dimetrious fired a 61 and Owen Totten recorded a 62.
Oak Glen moves to 14-8-1 on the season and takes on Indian Creek today at Steubenville Country Club.
From staff reports