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Dons volleyball wins Bishops Cup

September 9, 2012
From staff reports , The Herald-Star

WEIRTON - The Madonna volleyball team won the Bishops Cup Saturday with victories over Bishop Donahue (25-17, 20-25, 25-18) and Wheeling Central (25-18, 25-16).

Against the Bishops, Dylan Fenske had nine assists, five aces and one dig, Nicollette Sellitti seven kills, four aces and one block, Katie Kramer seven aces, Annie Magnone one kill, Gabrielle Sellitti four aces, Maddie Burchill one dig and one kill, Emily Pietranton four aces, Monica Bragg six kills and five aces and Amanda Paul three digs.

In the win over the Maroon Knights, Nicolette Sellitti totaled four kills, two aces and one block, Fenske 11 assists and three aces, Chloe Conner one dig, Kramer one ace, Magnone one ace, Gabrielle Sellitti five digs and three kills, Pietranton four aces, Bragg one block and Paul five digs.

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CHAMPS — The Weirton Madonna volleyball team won the Bishops Cup Saturday with a tri-match sweep over Bishop Donahue and Wheeling Central.

Crusaders nip Monarchs

STEUBENVILLE - On a rain-soaked Tony Recinella Field Saturday, the Steubenille Catholic Central girls soccer team came away with a 1-0 victory against John Marshall.

Melanie Sich fed a perfect cross to Maria Boston 11 minutes into the match, and the sophomore forward beat John Marshall keeper Sissie George for the game's only goal. Moriah Vosteen saved six shots for the Crusaders, while Goerge saved eight for the visitors, including a late penalty kick.

Catholic Central girls (5-2) travel to Weirton to face Weir High on Tuesday the 11th, and are back home for Linsly on Thursday and Oak Glen on Saturday.

Central blanks Seminoles

STEUBENVILLE - The Catholic Central boys soccer team raised its record to 5-2 with a 10-0 victory over visiting Monroe Central Saturday on the Tony Recinella Field.

The Crusaders scored five times in the first 13 minutes.

Blake Kiedrowski scored unassisted in the second minute. Leo Herrmann scored twice in the next three minutes on assists by John-Paul McNamara and Cuyler Ledyard, who then scored in the 11th and 13th minutes, the first unassisted and the second from McNamara.

Brady Bolger, from Jacob Rigaud, finished the first-half scoring in the 36th minute.

Isaac Sanford scored 12 minutes into the second half on a penalty kick. Rigaud scored seven minutes later as Bolger returned the favor.

Kevin Herrmann and Michael Crosby scored in the 64th and 68th minute to finish the victory.

John Bolster had three saves for the Crusaders.

Corey McBurney finished with seven saves for the Seminoles.

The Crusaders visit East Liverpool at 7 p.m. Tuesday.

Red Riders beat Monarchs

GLEN DALE - The Weir High boys soccer team is 7-1 after Saturday's 11-1 victory over host John Marshall.

Ryan Duke, Ryan Kirk and Ethan Gilbert each had a goal and an assist for the Red Riders. Kenny Muhart added two goals and an assist and Shane Davis and Alex Hannah had a goal and two assists.

Matt Stonebrake scored twice, while Jordan Barney and Christian Fuchs finished the scoring. Anthony Veltri also added an assist. Matt Tenaglio stopped six shots and Michael Ceraolo four for Weir.

Reed Campbell scored for the Monarchs from Alex Brown. Collin Stipetch stopped 14 shots.

Weir visits Brooke Tuesday.

Weir beats Red Devils

ST. CLAIRSVILLE - The Weir High girls soccer team grabbed a 7-5 victory on the road and the turf at St. Clairsville Saturday.

Junior Alyssa Shingle scored twice and assisted once for the Red Riders. Morgan Cassels, Raegan Stead and Francesca Rock also scored for Weir, which was aided by two Red Devils own goals.

Alyssa Kelly stopped six shots for the Red Riders, who host Steubenville Catholic Central Tuesday.

Carlee Gillespie and Taryn Barr scored twice and Madison Keenan once for St. Clairsville.

Bobcats blank Edison

CAMBRIDGE - Cambridge High senior Conner Engstrom enjoyed a big day on Saturday to lead the Bobcats to a 7-0 victory over visiting Edison.

Conner Engstrom wasted little time, scoring a pair of quick goals to give CHS a quick 2-0 lead, with Jawann Singer adding the assist on the second score.

Seth Warden found the back of the net to push the CHS lead out to 3-0, before Conner Engstrom closed the first half scoring with his third goal to extend the lead to to 4-0 at the halftime intermission.

Cody Engstrom got in on the action to start the second half, punching home a score off an assist from Seth Rhodes for a 5-0 Cambridge lead, with Chase Neff netting goal number six for the 'Cats.

Conner Engstrom then put the finishing touches on his big scoring day, notching his fourth goal to close out the win.

Edison keeper Travis Bell recorded 22 stops.

Cambridge tops Redskins

CAMBRIDGE - The Cambridge girls soccer team broke its start-of-the-season winless skein in a big way with a Saturday afternoon 4-0 whitewashing of visiting Indian Creek.

Pacing the Cambridge (1-3) offense was Tessa Foraker, who tallied a pair of second half goals, the first coming in the 60th minute and the second just eight minutes later. Paxton Winston assisted on the first Foraker counter and JoJo Kane assisted on the second.

The Lady 'Cats scored two first half goals. At the 21st minute, Kristen Burris netted an unassisted goal while in the 27th minute, Kennedy Smith duplicated Burris' effort.

For the match, Cambridge peppered Indian Creek keeper Emily Todoroff with 21 shots-on-goal. She was credited with 17 saves. Indian Creek (0-4) managed just eight shots-on-goal and Cambridge keeper Liz Mitchell stopped them all.

SiLver Knights top Bears

SISTERSVILLE - The Tyler Consolidated boys soccer team grabbed a 3-2 triumph Saturday at home over Oak Glen.

Travis Bolner and Joe Doughty scored for the Golden Bears off assists from Devin Polen and Justin Bailey.

Oak Glen hosts Edison on Thursday.

Bears sweep tri-match

PHILIPPI - The Oak Glen volleyball team earned a sweep Saturday at a quad-match at Philip Barbour. Oak Glen defeated Frankfort, 25-10, 25-8, Parkersburg South, 25-14, 25-21 and Philip Barbour 25-19, 22-25, 25-17.

For Oak Glen (9-1) against Frankfort, Sydney Kell contributed 13 points, four aces and seven assists, Vanessa Hissam scored three points to go along with three kills and Morgan Poling produced three kills and one block.

Lacee Porter recorded 14 points, four aces, five kills and one block, Abby Tice tallied eight digs and Jessica Stivason collected three kills and one block Kaitlyn Smith chipped in with five digs, Carissa Williams delivered six points and two assists and Maddison Juszczak finished with three kills and one block.

Against Parkersburg South, Kell tallied three points, nine assists and three spikes, Hissam added six kills and Poling recorded 13 points and three kills.

Porter produced four kills, Tice collected three points and 19 digs and Stivason netted three kills and three blocks. Smith finished with four points and seven digs, Williams delivered three points and three assists and Juszczak chipped in with two kills.

Against Philip Barbour, Kell collected seven points and 12 assists, Hissam contributed seven points, two aces, five kills and two blocks and Poling tallied eight points, eight kills and three blocks.

Porter delivered 11 points, three aces and 10 kills, Tice ended up with 18 digs and Stivason recorded five kills and four blocks. Smith scored 12 points and eight digs, Williams chipped in with nine assists and Juszczak added and seven kills.

 
 

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