NEW ALBANY: 1 NEWARK: 3
Newark took down New Albany 25-13, 15-25, 17-25, 24-26. Sophomore Bella Martinez had 14 kills and 3 blocks. Junior Avery Reagan added 11 kills and senior Layne Sanford had 6 kills and 26 assists.
MEADOWBROOK: 3 CAMBRIDGE: 0
The Colts defeated the Bobcats 25-12, 25-14, 25-5. They improve to 7-0 on the season and 5-0 in the MVL.
CROOKSVILLE: 1 NELSONVILLE YORK: 3
SHERIDAN: 3 JONATHAN ALDER: 1
CARROLLTON: 0 RIVER VIEW: 3
River View defeated Carrolton 12-25, 22-25 and 11-25.
ZANESVILLE: 8 PHILO: 1
Riley McCuen netted a hattrick in the victory and Jillian Wiersma added two goals of her own. Josie Van Kirk, Allie Walker and Emma Williams all found the back of the net with one goal a piece.
NEW LEXINGTON: 1 RIDGEWOOD: 1
LICKING VALLEY: 3 HIGHLAND: 1
Two first half goals helped give the Panthers the win. Reagan Campbell, Avery Williams and Kylee White each had a goal. Erin Selfe had 3 saves in goal. Licking Valley is now 5-0.
COSHOCTON: 3 MINERVA: 1
The Cambridge tennis team competed in the Dover Invitational placing 7th out of 9 teams. Braxton King was 0-3. Azlyn Lafolette was 0-3. Doubles Kara Loader and Ziciah Gibson were 1-2. Gabby Porter and Makena Brown were 2-1 and second place overall. Cambridge is home Tuesday against Dover.
STEUBENVILLE CENTRAL CATHOLIC: 24 ROSECRANS: 13
NEWARK CATHOLIC: 41 FORT LORAMIE 40
SHERIDAN: 2 CIRCLEVILLE: 1
ROSECRANS: 1 GROVE CITY CHRISTIAN: 1
The Bishops are back in action Monday when they play Maysville at 6pm.
WEST MUSKINGUM: 3 LAKEWOOD: 2
ZANESVILLE: 1 ST. CLAIRSVILLE: 5
Evan Dinan had the only goal for the Blue Devils. ZHS falls to 3-4 and play Thursday at Watkins Memorial.
GRANVILLE: 3 ONTARIO: 1
The Blue Aces saw three different players net goals including Jack Wolf, JJ Herro and Graham Shoaps. Granville faces Westerville North on Thursday.
TEAYS VALLEY: 7 HEATH: 1
CAMBRIDGE: 5 COSHOCTON: 2
Andrew Filippis scored 3 goals and Lucas Parsons and John Goonan each scored one. Smith Sylvis scored 5 goals.
ZANE TRACE INVITATIONAL: New Lexington’s girl’s cross country team finished third at the Zane Trace Invitational out of 14 teams. Sydney Hambel finished second overall with a time of 20:43.18, Grace Baker was 9th overall with a time of 22:25.05. Emma Abrams was 22nd overall with her time of 24:11.37.
LARGE SCHOOL DIVISION:
River View finished the large school boys division in 2nd place. Sam Adams place 4th overall with a time of 18:02.12. Teammate Javin Robinson 18:02.52 for a 5th placed finish. Meadowbrook ended in 8th place. Kendell West for the Colts finished first place overall with a time of 17:47.03. Jacob Banister of Meadowbrook finished in 38th place with a time of 21:25:73. Licking Valley finished in 10th place Logan Dego was 13th overall with a time of 19:35.81 and Sam Busic was 37th overall with a time of 20.57.82.
The Licking Valley girls cross country team finished the big school race at 7th place overall. Hannah Thompson finished 9th overall for the Panthers with a time of 23:33.09 and Olivia Conley was 22nd overall with a time of 25:30.06. River View finished in 8th place overall. Shyanne Rahn was 16th overall with a time of 24.38. 48 for the Black Bears and Kirsten Courtright was 37th overall with a time of 27:17.18.
Jeremy Anderson Invitational: Fort Frye
In team results Buckeye Trail finished 6th. Crooksville finished 8th and Morgan finished 9.
In individual results Caldwell’s Blake Miller finished in 10th place with a time of 18:18.5 teammate Chuck Estadt finished in 14th with a time of 18:30. Crooksville’s Blaze Hunter was 12th with a time of 18:25.5. Buckeye Trail’s Austin Hasting was 16th overall time of 18:34.8. Morgan’s Corbin Greismyer finished 41 with a time of 20.50.5. Three Shenandoah runners finished at 46, 47 and 48. Mason Stottsberry, Christian Dimmerling and Cole Showman.
On the girls side Caldwell finished second, Morgan fifth and Crooksville sixth.
Caldwell’s Brynn Block finished second overall with a time of 20:02.3. Kathryn Williams from Buckeye Trail was 6th overall with a time of 20:27.6. Morgan’s Emily Pinkerton finished 9th 21.31.9. Grace Sheets from Crooksville ended the race in 45th place. Shenandoah’s Denali Waers was in 43rd place.
DI: Newark’s Luca Stucky finished in 39th place with a time of 17:46.42. Teammate Jacob Brechbill was 45th with a time of 17:54.93. Granville’s Andrew Harms was in 47th place at a time of 17.58.15. Nathan Hunter was in 49th place with a time of 18:02.9.
D2: John Glenn’s Chris Tooms finished in third place with a time of 16;27.6. Kody Clendenning was in 13th place with a time of 17:13. Sheridan’s Tate Ruthers was in 8th place with a time of 16:57.4. Caleb Rafferty finished with a time of 17:02.6 for 10th place. Corey Raferty was in 15th place.
D1 GIRLS: Newark’s Aziah McGuire was in 59th place with a time of 24.26.2. Kiersten Keaser finished with a time of 24:38. 3 for 67th place.
D2: GIRLS: Granville’s Kara Bergeron finished with a time of 20:01.6 for a fourth place finish. Sheridan’s Addison Smith was in 18th place with at time of 21:21.9. In 19th place Sheridan’s Katelyn Heath. John Glenn’s Brea Wilfong was in 21st place with a time of 21:32.1. Peyton Moore of Tri-Valley was in 64th place with a time of 23:40.