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Oak Glen now 17-0; Dons win sweep tri

September 18, 2013
From staff reports , The Herald-Star

EAST?LIVERPOOL?- The Oak Glen volleyball team swept a tri-match Tuesday, beating the Potters and the Red Riders. East Liverpool defeated Weir 25-13, 25-18.

Leading for the Potters (3-6) was Kylie Golden with 16 points and 4 kills, Taylor Ward with four kills, and Madison White with 14 assists.

Oak Glen also had an easier evening with Weirton, winning 25-6, 25-15.

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HITTING A SHOT — Franciscan University of Steubenville’s Claire Haddad hits a shot during Tuesday’s match against Bethany College.
-- Manny Piras

Morgan Poling led the Bears (17-0) with nine points and two kills, followed by Jessica Stivason with seven kills.

The Bears ended the tri with a win over the Potters 25-16, 26-24.

Vanessa Hissam led the Bears with nine points and nine kills while Carissa Williams had five points and 11 assists.

Leading Potters were Sierra Voorhees with nine points and five assists, Madison White and Kiara Coward with four kills each and Paige Craig with three kills.

Oak Glen hosts Edison and Wellsville in a tri on Thursday. East Liverpool travels to John Marshall on Saturday for a tri against John Marshall and Brooke.

For the Red Riders in the two matches, Kim Persina totaled eight blocks, six kills, four points and two digs, Ontasia Petteway two digs, Elizabeth Kush three kills and two blocks, Megan Longwell 30 sets, Samantha McCartney 44 sets and two digs, Michayla Dobosz four digs and three points, Selena Wolverton six digs and two points, Morgan Goff 17 digs and Hannah Hinerman two kills.

Bruins clip Hawks

WELLSBURG - The Brooke volleyball team continued its good play with a 25-22, 25-22, 25-15 victory over visiting University Tuesday.

The Bruins are 5-9 and host Morgantown on Thursday.

Kourtney Leonard totaled two digs and three kills, Courtney Elliott five digs, five kills and two aces and Taylor Hair three digs.

Abby Adams collected two blocks and four kills, Alivia Brown seven digs, Jentzen Kowcheck eight digs, Alexa Gerard three kills and two blocks, Emily Stuck five digs, four kills and 25 assists and Angela Staffileno six digs, 14 kills, six aces and eight blocks.

Blue Dons win twice

WEIRTON - The Madonna volleyball team swept a tri-match Tuesday at home, defeating Bishop Donahue 25-13, 25-16 and Jefferson County Christian 25-6, 25-14. The Bishops beat the Royals 25-10, 25-13.

For Madonna in the matches, Eva Bowser totaled six kills, Monica Bragg 19 kills, three blocks and two aces and Chloe Connor 21 assists and two aces. Courtney Kaczmarek had three aces, Dominique Brown two aces, Annie Magnone three digs and two aces, Amanda Paul 10 digs, Emily Pietranton seven aces and five digs, Gabrielle Selletti three aces and two kills and Taylor Thompson a kills, ace and dig.

Bre Brown paced the Royals with seven kills and two blocks. Elizabeth Wendt had four points, Sara Moro five kills and Kassie Lucas nine assists.

Crusaders win tri-match

CADIZ - Nick Ivkovich earned medalist honors Tuesday at Cadiz Country Club as he led the Steubenville Catholic Central golf team to a 165 total to defeat Harrison Central (173) and Toronto (226).

His 39 was one better than teammate Jason Bensure. Josh Merriman shot 42 and Matt Fisher 44.

Bryce Walrath paced the Huskies with his 41. Ian Saho, Evan Ossman and Jarett Edwards each shot 44.

Riley Keirsey shot 54 for the Red Knights. Will Newbold had a 55, Noah Smith 58 and Sante Carducci 59.

Linsly tops Brooke

WHEELING - Jordan Patrick was medalist with a 37 Tuesday as the Linsly golf team shot 156 to beat Brooke (175) and John Marshall (212).

For the Bruins, Logan Lojszczyk carded a 39, Michael Petrosky 43, Noah Teaff 46 and Mario Boni 47.

Miller leads Blue Devils

HOOKSTOWN, Pa. - Owen Miller was the medalist with his even-par 35 Tuesday as the Burgettstown golf team defeated Bentworth, 199-236.

Hunter Lecker shot 36, Cody Dobbin 41, Austin Lis 42 and Ryan Latkovic 45 for the Blue Devils.

For Bentworth, Dustin Reedy carded a 42, Jacob Crockett and Tyler Randolph 47, Matt Vickless 48 and T.J. Krutz 52.

Maroon Knights blank Bears

NEW MANCHESTER - Bailey Clark scored both goals as the Wheeling Central girls soccer team defeated host Oak Glen 2-0 Tuesday at the Oak Glen Multi Sports Complex.

Ashton Cross had both assists and Regan Blaha five saves in goal.

Erin Fields collected 17 saves for the Golden Bears (4-6-1).

Park shuts out Bruins

WELLSBURG - The Wheeling Park boys soccer team stopped host Brooke 8-0 Tuesday.

Scoring for the Patriots were Nick Nestor (2) and Zach Vanhorn, Grant Robertson, Landon Irwin, Zach Marra, Nate Mauck and Carson Bauer. Assists were given to Vanhorn, Marra, Stanley Czahoroski, Jacob Klatt and Eric Bonar.

Brooke keeper goalkeeper Chris Beaman made seven saves.

FUS women's tennis wins

STEUBENVILLE - The Franciscan University of Steubenville women's tennis team beat Bethany College, 8-1, Tuesday at Belleview Park.

"I'm super proud of the way the girls played today, specifically the No. 2 doubles, Ashley Veazey and Claire Haddad. They really played a very clean, strategic match," Lynch said. "They really had it together today."

After winning 8-0 in the doubles set, freshman Haddad continued to shine throughout her singles match with a 6-4, 6-0 win.

"I asked her to really challenge herself mentally for the second set and she did exactly that. She challenged herself in the middle of the match to play her game and not the opponents," Lynch said. "Claire clearly pulled it together and kept it together in the second set. She looked like a completely different tennis player."

Although Lynch had seemed to have settled into a specific lineup for the 2013 season, freshman Caroline Wilson and freshman Allison Jenson were placed in the No. 3 doubles spot over the normal No. 3 paring.

"I really wanted to give my other very dedicated players match time," Lynch said.

Lynch said that since Bethany was a non-conference opponent, she wanted to give some other players a chance to gain match time in different lineup positions. No. 3 doubles won 8-0 in their set.

 
 

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