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CCHS tops Red Knights

October 4, 2013
Weirton Daily Times

TORONTO - The Steubenville Catholic Central volleyball team defeated host Toronto 25-13, 25-16, 25-12 Thursday.

Monica Rigaud led the way with 11 kills and three points. Madeline Gulan delivered 16 points and seven kills; Monica Fischer 14 points and three kills; Robyn Runkel 14 assists and 14 points; Megan Lloyd 15 assists, 10 points and five kills; and Taylor Bednar three kills.

"Tonight was our best showing consistently through all sets vs. Catholic Central," said Red Knights coach Chelsey Fletcher. "The ladies scored the most points each set than our program ever has vs. Catholic Central. We are always looking for what to improve along with a strength. These ladies played consistently for three sets, returning some hard hit balls against a very sound program.

"Before we return on Wednesday at home we need to address communication and staying low. We host Bridgeport on Wednesday for our 'Servin up a Cure' and senior night celebration.

"Please join the Lady Red Knights in an effort to raise funds for breast cancer research and for a Noah Long, a district native recently diagnosed with leukemia."

Katie Spadafora led the Red Knights with nine kills, six points, three blocks and two digs. Chelsea Anderson added eight kills, eight points and two digs and Emily Anderson nine points and 15 digs. Amber Fuller had eight points, three assists, three kills and two digs; Mykia West six kills, two digs and two blocks; Josey Jones eight digs, six points and five kills; and Miranda Robinson four points and two kills.

Cadets blank Riders

WEIRTON - The Linsly boys soccer team defeated host Weir, 2-0, Thursday at Jimmy Carey Stadium.

Weston Mead and JaeWook Ahn scored for the Cadets. Robert Felton had an assist and Donald Truong had four saves.

Matt Tenaglio collected six saves for the Red Riders, who visit Ravenswood Saturday.

Bruins defeat University

MORGANTOWN - The Brooke volleyball team swept host University 27-25, 25-18, 25-19.

Kourtney Leonard totaled three digs and two aces, Isabella Preston six digs, three aces and five kills and Courtney Elliott 12 digs.

Abby Adams added three aces, Alexa Gerard two digs and four assists, Jentzen Kowcheck seven digs, Emily Stuck two digs, 19 assists and three aces and Angela Staffileno four digs, seven blocks and 16 kills.

The Bruins (8-15) visit Morgantown on Tuesday.

Madonna wins in 5

WHEELING - The Madonna volleyball team edged host Linsly 19-25, 25-9, 24-26, 25-19, 17-15 on Thursday.

Monica Bragg led the way with 17 kills, seven blocks and six digs. Chloe Conner added 22 assists, two digs and two aces.

Eva Bowser had six kills, Courtney Kaczmarek three digs, Amanda Paul 64 digs, Emily Pietranton 24 digs, Gabrielle Selitti 15 digs and three aces and Taylor Thompson 34 digs.

Madonna visits Jefferson County Christian Tuesday at the Ryan Activity Center on Senior Night.

Central's golf season ends

WEST LAFAYETTE - The golf season came to a close for Steubenville Catholic Central on Wednesday at the Division III regionals at River Greens Golf Course.

The Crusaders shot 338, falling short of qualifying for the state tournament by four strokes.

Central was led by Austin Meronoff with a 76, who fell short by one stroke for qualifying as an individual; Josh Merriman with 86; Mike Manfresca 88; Nick Ivkovich 88 and Jason Bensur with 95.

"We played our practice round on Sunday and scored 327, and I told the kids that I didn't think that was good enough to qualify, turns out it was, so I think we went in to the district pressing to shoot lower," said Central coach Rocky Augustine.

"We will graduate three seniors, Mike Manfresca, Josh Merriman and Jason Bensur all outstanding individuals and students and I will miss all of them. Our program is getting bigger and we have some good young kids who can step in next year, so our goals will remain the same.

"We will take some time off then get back to work this winter to prepare for next fall."

The Crusaders finished the season 65-21.

 
 

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