NEW MANCHESTER - The Oak Glen boys soccer team has been playing quite well as of late and Monday was no exception.
Two days after a 2-1 win at Steubenville Big Red, the Golden Bears' staunch defense showed by again as Hancock County rival Weir High invaded the Oak Glen Multi Sports Complex.
Behind a goal from Addison Sayre and solid defense, led by all-state sweeper Chris Bailey, Oak Glen stopped the Red Riders, 1-0.
MAKING A PLAY — Weir’s Ontasia Petteway tips the ball over the net while Steubenville Big Red’s Birttany Bodo (left) and Lysiah Rice put up the block. Big Red won in three games.
-- Courtesy Newbrough Photo
Nate Bennett was brilliant in net with 13 saves for the winners (5-6).
Matthew Tenaglio had 12 saves for Weir (5-4-1).
Big Red sweeps Weir
The Steubenville Big Red volleyball team defeated visiting Weir High 25-23, 25-13, 25-15 Monday in the Crimson Center.
Abby Taylor led Big Red with 17 points, 15 assists, seven kills and seven digs. Mytia Barker added eight points, five kills and three digs; Annie Nehrbas nine points and six kills; Carmie Biasi eight digs and two points; Brittany Bodo four kills and three points; and Taylor Young nine assists, seven points and four kills.
Kim Persina paced the Red Riders with nine blocks, three points and three kills, while Ontasia Petteway delivered nine points, three aces, two blocks and two digs and Morgan Goff 10 digs.
Elizabeth Kush had two kills and two blocks, Megan Longwell seven sets, Samantha McCartney 39 sets and three points, Michayla Dobosz four points, Selena Wolverton six points and five digs and Hannah Hinerman one kill.
Bruins win dual
WELLSBURG - Logan Lojszczyk carded a 1-over 36 Monday at Highland Springs Golf Course to earn medalist honors as the Bruins downed Oak Glen, 174-245.
Michael Petrosky shot 41, Mario Boni 48 and Noah Teaff 49 for Brooke.
Haley Spurlock led Oak Glen with a 49. Trey Reese shot 51, Jason Chappell 63 and Matt Stipec 82.
Red Riders top Creek
MINGO JUNCTION - The Weir High girls soccer team beat host Indian Creek, 5-3, Monday at Muth Field.
Francesca Farran and Alyssa Shingle each scored twice for the winners (5-5). Abby Cowher also scored and Morgan Cassels delivered a pair of assists. Alyssa Kelly made three saves.
Marissa DeFallo, Jalynn Thompson and Karli Celastin scored for the Redskins (0-7). Kristen Shimko totaled seven saves.
Huskies win tri-match
EAST SPRINGFIELD - Three members of Harrison Central earned medalist honors Monday as the Huskies shot 175 to defeat Edison (187) and Indian Creek (196) at Spring Hills Golf Club.
Bryce Walrath, Jarett Edwards and Hunter Sloan all shot 43 to share the honors. Matt Hawthorne's 46 rounded out the Huskies' scoring.
Jimmy Marsh carded a 45 for the Wildcays. Ben Boyd and Clay Woodward each shot 46 and Mason Allese a 50,
For the Redskins, Aaron Foldi shot 47, Justin Dailey 48, Adam Freshwater 49 and Jesse Rouse and Chris Riffee each had a 52.
Crusaders place second
CAMBRIDGE - The Catholic Central golf team finished second in the Meadowbrook Invitational Monday at Cambridge Country Club with a 345 total. The Crusaders are 43-11 on the season.
Wheeling Park won the tournament with 324.
Park's Cole Hand and Central's Austin Meronoff shared medalist honors with 75.
Also for the Crusaders, Mike Manfresca shot 88, Josh Merriman 90, Jason Bensur 92, Nick Ivkovich 95 and Kevin Wells 109.
Redskins sweep Bellaire
WINTERSVILLE - The Indian Creek volleyball team easily swept visiting Bellaire 25-16, 25-12, 25-9 Monday.
Bre Berryman totaled 17 kills, Jessica Furda 26 assists, six aces, six digs and three kills and Martina Marko four kills and two digs.
Whitney Martin totaled five digs and two kills, Mallorie Sullivan eight digs, Brooke Spence one dig, Bethany Davis six kills, three digs and three assists, Kaylee LaRue twe digs and Kiarra Kamarec and Alexis Fithen each had two kills and two digs.
Talia Duffy had 10 digs and two points for Bellaire. Mary Garlock had nine points and six assists and Morgan Runyan five points.
Bruins shut out Crusaders
STEUBENVILLE - The Brooke girls soccer team raised its record to 7-3 with a 4-0 win over host Steubenville Catholic Central Monday on the Steve Recinella Soccer Field.
Michaela Hinerman and Cheyenne Hudson swapped goals and assists as the Bruins held a 2-0 lead at halftime.
Hudson and Leila Hannoui scored in the second half. Payge Farmer totaled three saves.
Senior Moriah Vosteen collected 15 saves for the Crusaders (3-4-2), who host East Liverpool at 5:45 p.m. Wednesday.
Brooke visits Linsly on Wednesday.
Big Red whips Monarchs
MOUNDSVILLE - The Steubenville Big Red boys soccer team bounced back from a loss with an 8-2 victory over host John Marshall Monday.
Bryan Brown scored the hat trick plus one for Big Red. Jason Criss, Phil Stoutz, Ethan Brown and Tyler Clevenger also scored.
Dominic DiCarlo totaled four assists. Stoutz, Federico Torres, Jorge Dominguez and Michael Rosaschi also had assists. John-Paul Duff had two aces.
Austin Litman scored both Monarchs goals. Collin Stipetich had 14 saves.
Big Red visits Steubenville Catholic Central at 1 p.m. Saturday.
Big Red, Monarchs tie
STEUBENVILLE - The Steubenville Big Red and John Marshall girls soccer teams played to a 1-1 draw Monday at Harding Stadium.
Sierra Porter scored for Big Red off an assist from Elayna Andress. Loren Gray had eight saves.
"This was a great game that went back and forth and both teams should be proud of the effort they displayed," said Big Red coach Jared Robinson. "We had good ball movement, sound defense, we just couldn't find the back of the net."
Angela Evans scored for the Monarchs. Asya Carney had seven saves.
Blue Dons nip Red Knights
TORONTO - The Madonna volleyball team outlasted host Toronto 25-12, 23-25, 25-16, 25-27, 15-8 Monday.
"We have never played so well against Madonna," said Red Knights head coach Chelsey Fletcher. "These girls played strategically and worked together. You don't have to be 6-foot to hit hard. I tell them every day what we may lack in height we bountifully make up for in heart and strategic volleyball.
"I have never coached a group of girls who communicate so well and work together diligently. It's nice to call a timeout and listen to them fix and strategize. We still have work to do with regard to communication, however, tonight they nailed it.
"They played a good program phenomenally and hung in on long volleys. The scores speak volumes - they earned every single point."
Chelsea Anderson delivered 15 points, seven kills and eight digs, Amber Fuller 21 assists, 20 points and three kills, Katie Spadafora 14 kills, six points and three blocks and Miranda Robinson 10 points, 11 kills, eight assists and eight digs.
Emily Kosikowski had one kill, Mykia West six kills and two blocks, Emily Anderson 10 points and 10 digs, Josey Jones 17 points, five digs and two kills, Sydney Troski one assist, Seneca Burkey six assists and Delaney Merideth 10 points.
Leading the way for the Blue Dons was Monica Bragg and her 15 kills, 10 blocks and two aces. Chloe Conner added 19 assists, two digs and two aces and Amanda Paul 13 digs and two kills.
Eva Bowser delivered three blocks and three kills, Courtney Kaczmarek three aces, Emily Pietranton four aces and 10 digs, Gabbrielle Selletti five aces, eight digs and three kills and Taylor Thompson three aces, two assists, three digs and three kills.
Toronto hosts Harrison Central Wednesday.
The Blue Dons welcome Jefferson County Christian and Bishop Donahue for a 5 p.m. tri-match today.
Red Devils blank Huskies
ST. CLAIRSVILLE - The St. Clairsville boys soccer team blanked Harrison Central, 7-0, Monday.
Logan Starr had 10 saves for the Huskies (2-3-1).
Zach Oliver, Taylor Wissman and Ty Boone scored twice each for the Red Devils and Jordan Vincent also added a goal. Assists were by Boone, Wissman, Dylan Panepucci and Jarrett Helms.
Izaac Wiley stopped six shots and Devan Case none for St. Clairsville (7-2-1).
Potters defeat Redskins
EAST LIVERPOOL - The East Liverpool boys soccer team defeated visiting Indian Creek, 3-1, Monday.
Max Lewis scored the Redskins' goal from Russell Ratcliffe. Zack Barker collected 13 saves.
Clayton Kosick scored twice and Bryar Meek once for the Potters. Austin Emmerling had five saves.
Indian Creek (5-4) visits Oak Glen on Thursday.
Crusaders now 10-0
WELLSBURG - The Catholic Central boys soccer team led host Brooke, 5-1, at halftime and cruised to an 8-1 Monday.
Leo Herrmann totaled four goals to bring his career total to 106. John-Paul McNamara scored twice and Pat Hernan and Evan Moore finished the scoring.
The Crusaders host rival Steubenville Big Red at 1 p.m. Saturday.
FUS women's soccer wins
STEUBENVILLE - Edison High grad Jordan Byrley scored an early goal and a second-half penalty kick from Katie Roemer gave the Franciscan University of Steubenville women's soccer team a 2-1 win over Westminster College Monday.
The 5-2 start is the best in program history.
"Winning to them is just a step and I think that's what it needs to be," head coach Clare McBane said of her girls' mentality this season. "Our goal is beautiful, perfect soccer. Winning is not our goal, it will be the result of our goal."
The first goal, three minutes into the game, was a thing of beauty. After winning the ball on defensive end, junior midfielder Ashley Ruttencutter started a chain reaction of well placed passes down the field.
Five FUS players touched the ball before sophomore forward Hannah Cooke found fellow forward Byrley open inside the 18-yard box. Byrley took a touch and finished the play with a strong shot to the left side of the net.
The Lady Barons host Washington & Jefferson at 1 p.m. September.
FUS volleyball loses
GRANVILLE - The Franciscan University of Steubenville volleyball team dropped a 25-21, 22-25, 25-12, 25-13 decision to host Denison Monday.
"We played really well in the first two games but that's not going to win the match," head coach Kelly Herrmann said. "In the third game Denison served really well and we had some uncharacteristic service errors and we got in our own heads a little bit."
Sophomore libero Samantha Kelly totaled 20 digs. Ana Tolkach had four kills and four digs.
FUS visits Muskingum at 1 p.m. Wednesday.