CAMBRIDGE - The Indian Creek boys soccer team bounced back from a loss rather well with a 2-1 triumph over host Cambridge Saturday.
Following a scoreless first half, the Bobcats jumped out to a 1-0 lead with a goal from Seth Rhodes at the 27:12 mark off an assist from Eric Fox.
Indian Creek (2-1) then rallied to tally two unanswered goals from Jordan Herald and Russell Ratcliffe. Both were assisted by Max Lewis.
SATURDAY SOCCER — Indian Creek’s Jonathan Blackburn (13) and Brendan Cole battle Cambridge’s Eric Fox for the ball during Saturday’s game, won by the Redskins, 2-1. Indian?Creek hosts Steubenville Big Red on Tuesday.
-- Courtesy Garrett Knott
It was the first game since the Redskins dropped a 4-1 decision a week ago at Harrison Central.
"Having the week off was good for us because it allowed us to fix the problems and the mistakes we made against Harrison," said Redskins coach Jonathan Hoover. "Harrison played really well against us.
"We sept the week concentrating on fixing those small things and that allowed us to play a complete game today. We made better choioces with the ball and that is a big difference from last week.
"We did everything well today - passing, shooting and being aggressive to the ball."
Andrew Price recorded nine saves for Indian Creek, which hosts Steubenville Big Red on Tuesday.
Wildcats win in three
RICHMOND - The Edison volleyball team defeated visiting Beaver Local 25-21, 27-25, 25-19 Saturday morning.
Caitlin Brenstuhl paved the way with 32 assists, eight points, six kills, four digs, three blocks and two aces. Cassady Jarvis delivered 12 kills, eight points, six digs and three aces and Katelyn Pollock added 10 kills, nine digs and two blocks.
"The Lady Cats had a good team win today," said head coach Leah Snyder. "I was really happy with the second set especially when the team showed real resilience in the comeback. Our blocking is coming together and that's a big part of our game. They played to win. I was very proud of them."
Kim Wilson chipped in with 14 points and three aces, Kale Neal 10 digs, nine points and three aces, Alexis Gill four kills and three blocks, Maddie Williamson six digs and three points, Kayleigh Westbrook four digs and Mackenzie Berardinelli one point.
The Wildcats host Indian Creek on Tuesday.
Crusaders win on road
MIDDLEBOURNE - Leo Herrmann and John Paul McNamara each recorded hat tricks Saturday as the Steubenville Catholic Central boys soccer team earned a 7-0 victory over host Tyler Consolidated.
Freshman Nathan Kilonsky also scored for the Crusaders. Keeper John Bolster stopped the four shouts he faced.
Silver Knights (2-1) keepers Nathan Heintzman and Nate Lantz combined to make three saves.
Central welcomes Oak Glen on Tuesday.
Trinity stops Big Red
STEUBENVILLE - The Morgantown Trinity girls soccer team earned a 3-1 road victory over Steubenville Big Red Saturday at Harding Stadium.
"Hats off to Trinity, they traveled a long way and were ready to play," said first-year Big Red coach Jared Robinson. "Our girls just didn't show up today. We continued to work and improve on ball movement but just lacked the aggression to attack the goal and the ball. I'm not going to take anything away from Trinity, they are a team that shows a lot of heart."
After a scoreless first half, Trinity received two goals from Emily Evans and one from Jaclyn Alderman at the 49th, 55th and 68th minutes for a 3-0 lead. Keeper Mackenzie Hill totaled six saves.
Allie Zimish scored for Big Red in the 76th minute via a penalty kick.
Loren Gray finished with three saves.
Steubenville visits Edison on Tuesday.
Wildcats down Magnolia
RICHMOND - The Edison girls soccer team defeated visiting Magnolia, 8-1, Saturday.
Bethanie Bube recorded a hat trick for the Wildcats. Single goals were scored by Allie Byrley, Madi Byrley, Sammy Montgomery, Chelsea Zdinak and Hannah Miller.
Katie Oinonen totaled three saves.
Jordan Delaney scored for Magnolia. Briana Young had nine saves and Larissa Pingley fives saves for the Blue Eagles.
Edison (2-1) hosts Big Red on Tuesday.
Lady Dons now 4-1
MIDDLEBOURNE - Alayna Macaluso scored twice as the Madonna girls soccer team moved to 4-1 with a 5-1 win over host Tyler Consolidated Saturday.
The Blue Dons take on Weir High at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at the J.C. Williams Complex for the city championship.
Madonna scored four times in seven minutes early in the game to put it away early.
Mia Antinone scored from a Rachel Grubbs pass in the 11th minute. Three minutes later Grubbs scored from a Macaluso cross. Macaluso then scored twice in three minutes, both from Grubbs, for the 4-0 lead.
Anna Westfall finished the Madonna scoring thanks to a Mia Mazzone offer.
Tessie Tokash had six saves for the winners.
Lady Riders victorious
CLARKSBURG, W.Va. - Francesca Farran scored twice and added an assist as the Weir High girls soccer team beat host Liberty-Clarksburg, 3-1, Saturday.
Alyssa Shingle delivered a goal and an assist and Morgan Cassels notched an assist for the Lady Red Riders (1-2).
Weir goalkeeper Alyssa Kelly made eight saves.
The Red Riders meet Madonna at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in the city championship at the J.C. Williams Complex.
Park stops Central
WHEELING - Steubenville Catholic Central senior goalkeeper Moriah Vosteen saved 10 shots, but the Wheeling Park girls soccer team came away with a 3-0 victory over the Crusaders Saturday morning at Wheeling Island Stadium.
The Lady Crusaders fall to 0-3-1 and return to action at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at home against Wheeling Central.
Riders earn a shutout
CLARKSBURG - The Weir High boys soccer team earned a 5-0 victory over host Liberty-Clarksburg Saturday.
Ryan Kirk scored three times as the Red Riders moved to 3-1. Chayton Luevano and Brandon Konnovitch also scored. Ethan Gilbert delivered three assists and Jordan Barney and Ryan Dragonir also added helpers.
Matthew Tenaglio totaled four saves.
The Red Riders visit Tyler Consolidated Tuesday.