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Weir ties Crusaders; Wildcats nip Creek

September 12, 2012
Weirton Daily Times

From staff reports

WEIRTON - The Weir High and Steubenville Catholic Central girls soccer teams played to a 1-1 tie Tuesday at Weir High School.

Maria Boston scored the Crusaders goal on an assist from Carly Abraham. Moriah Vosteen saved six shots in goal.

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MAKING PLAYS — Steubenville Catholic Central’s Molly Marrow takes a shot on goal as teammate Maria Boston and Weir High’s Jessica Davis (18) and Kaitlyn Williams look on late in Tuesday’s 1-1 draw at the new Jimmy Carey Stadium.
-- Mike Mathison

Alyssa Shingle scored for the Red Riders with 6:18 left in the game on an indirect kick at the 18. Alyssa Kelly turned away eight shots.

Madonna beats Oak Glen

WEIRTON - The Weirton Madonna girls soccer team beat visiting Oak Glen 6-2 Tuesday.

The teams played to a 2-2 tie in the first half.

Madonna jumped out 2-0 on a pair of Rachel Grubbs goals. The first was assisted by Mia Antinone in the third minute and the second by Gaby Kotten in the seventh.

The Golden Bears stormed back with two of their own. The first came when an Alex Burch cross pass to Megan Collins bounced off a Blue Dons' player and into the net at the game's 20th minute. Megan Collins tied the score at 2-all with an unassisted goal about eight minutes later.

"I give Oak Glen a lot of credit," said Madonna head coach Bob Kolanko. "Though they were down two goal within the first seven minutes, but they fought back and squared the match 2-2 by the half. (Oak Glen) Coach Sam Paletta has done a wonderful job with his girls and his record shows that."

It was all Lady Dons in the second half. Mia Antinone put an Anna Westfall pass in for the half's first goal and a 3-2 lead. Christina

Christina Conforti then scored two straight, one on a Kotten assist and the other off a corner kick to make the score 5-2 Madonna. Grubbs closed out the scoring with her third goal with about seven minutes left off Kotten's third assist.

"At halftime, we made some adjustments in the middle of the field and up top which allowed us to better control the ball and spend more time in the attacking third of the field," said Kolanko.

Both teams got off 15 shots on goal with Madonna goalie Amy Davis saving 11 and Oak Glen goalie Casey Highfield rejecting nine.

"It was great to get Amy back in goal after spending the last three games on the bench with an injury," said Kolanko.

Edison nips Redskins

MINGO JUNCTION - The Edison girls soccer team defeated Indian Creek 3-2 Tuesday.

The Wildcats received a pair of goals from Bethanie Bube and one goal from Kylie Long. Goaltender Jen Sheets saved four shot.

Both Redskins goals came off the foot of Emily Todoroff. Goalie Kristen Shimko had 17 saves.

Wildcats top Royals

RICHMOND - The Edison boys soccer team claimed a 5-3 home win over Jefferson County Christian School Tuesday.

Alec Jones and Tyler Kirk each had a pair of goals and an assist for the Wildcats (3-4). Zac Sansone added a goal as well. Goalie Travis Bell turned away seven shots on goal.

The Royals were paced by Garrison Mathison with a goal and an assist. Matt Townsend and Chris McGurn put a shot in net as well. Bo Johnson saved eight shots in net.

Redskins sweep Huskies

WINTERSVILLE - The Indian Creek volleyball team swept past visiting Harrison Central 25-16, 25-11, 25-11 Tuesday.

Contributing for the Redskins (6-1) were Whitney Martin with five digs; Ali Collaros with six digs; Mallorie Sullivan with three digs; Brey Mays with four assists, seven kills and six digs; Bre Berryman with five kills and two blocks; Kiarra Kamarec with two aces, eight kills and two digs; Alexis Fithen with two kills and three digs; and Jessica Furda with 15 assists, six aces, three kills and five digs.

For the Huskies Katie Stackhouse had seven assists and five digs; Kaylee Toland two points and seven digs; Tirzah Curry two digs; Jesse Ledger six points, four kills, nine digs and two blocks; Janese Eckley three points, three kills and nine digs; and Chelsea Toland three digs.

Wildcats claw Big Red

RICHMOND - The Edison volleyball team swept Big Red 25-15, 25-17, 25-20 Tuesday.

For Edison Caitlin Brenstuhl had 11 points, 25 assists and three digs; Hannah Johns had 13 points, four kills and two digs; Cassady Jarvis had two blocks, two digs and six kills; Maddie Williamson had six points; Katelyn Pollock had five points, two aces, 13 kills and two blocks; Alexis Gill had two points, four kills and two digs; and Kylie Smith had four points and three digs.

For Big Red Annie Nehrbas had four kills and two blocks, Taylor Young had four points, seven kills, seven assists and six digs; Abby Taylor had three points, five kills and nine assists; Brittany Bodo had two kills, two assists and three digs; Mytia Barker had nine points and three digs; and Carmie Biasi had two points and seven digs.

Crusaders ground Rockets

BOWERSTON - The Steubenville Catholic Central volleyball team beat Conotton Valley 25-8, 25-11, 25-11 Tuesday.

The Crusaders (6-3) received three kills, six spikes, four aces, and 10 points from Rachel Antonelli; four kills, six spikes, four aces and 15 points from Monica Fischer; five kills, four spikes and four blocks from Rachel Rigaud; seven kills, six spikes and eight blocks from Monica Rigaud; six kills, six spikes, three aces, 11 points and six blocks from Maddy Gulan; four spikes from Tori Knight; four spikes and two points from Logan Colabella; two spikes and three points from Taylor Bednar; 27 sets, two aces and 14 points from Robyn Runkel; 17 sets and nine points from Jenna Ogden; and two spikes, nine points and six saves from Kamy Belardine.

Oak Glen tops East Liverpool

NEW CUMBERLAND - The Oak Glen volleyball team beat East Liverpool 25-23, 25-15, 25-27, 26-24 Tuesday.

The Golden Bears received seven points, 20 assists and three kills from Sydney Kell; seven kills from Vanessa Hissam; 10 points, five kills and seven blocks from Morgan Poling; five points and 13 kills from Lacee Porter; 14 points, three aces, two kills and 29 digs from Abby Tice; seven kills and six blocks from Jessica Stivason; 10 points and 12 digs from Kaitlyn Smith; five points and 10 assists from Carissa Williams; and six kills and seven blocks from Madison Juszczak.

Edison edges Creek

BLOOMINGDALE - The Edison golf team took a tight 182-185 win over Indian Creek Tuesday at Red Oaks Golf Course.

The Wildcats saw Adam Ryan and Jimmy Marsh each shoot 45 with Dylan Jones and Preston Collins each shooting 46 in the win.

The Redskins received a 45 from Justin Dailey, 46 from both Adam Freshwater and Ian McIntosh and 48 from Cody Hopkins.

Blue Devils win again

HOOKSTOWN - The Burgettstown golf team defeated Bishop Canevin Tuesday at Ponderosa Golf Course to 9-1 on the season.

Contributing to the Blue Devils' win were Owen Miller (35), Luc Bongiorni (37), Cody Dobbin (38), Drake Hoberek (40) and Paul Lecker (41).

 
 

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