BRIEFS

Weir High girls dominate for victory

SISTERVILLE — The Weir High girls soccer team downed Tyler Consolidated, 8-0, on Saturday.

Julia Gianni, Jessica Orris and Bella Aperfine scored two goals apiece for the Red Riders (6-8). Skyla Hrkala and Sierra Huey added one goal apiece. Megan Cramer and Alexis Adams each had two assists, while Gianni tallied one. Alexis Chiller and Aperfine made one save in goal each.

Oak Glen boys defeat Edison

NEW MANCHESTER — The Oak Glen boys soccer team defeated Edison, 6-0, on Saturday.

Dan Dwoskin scored twice and assisted once for the Golden Bears (6-3-3). Seth Mozingo, Lucas Harris, Gage Bailey and Andrew Snyder scored once apiece. Bailey contributed two assists as well. Jacob Clark made nine saves in goal.

For the Wildcats, Kyle Griffith made 17 saves, while Andrew Lamp had two.

Oak Glen travels to Beaver Local at 5 p.m. Monday for the OVAC tournament.

Brooke volleyball wins twice

The Brooke volleyball team went 2-1 in the Greenbrier East volleyball tournament on Saturday.

Brooke (6-8) defeated Westside, 25-6, 25-16, and Bluefield, 25-10, 25-16. The Bruins lost to Greenbrier East, 25-19, 25-18.

Courtney Engle had 36 kills, 18 blocks and 63 digs on the day. Maria Kamarados tallied 10 aces, 55 digs, 14 kills and three blocks. Chloe Fox recorded 16 aces, 52 assists, 25 digs and four kills. Landyn Haynes added 10 aces, 46 digs and 15 kills.

Brooke travels to John Marshall on Tuesday.

Big Red golf finishes 17th

WEST LAFAYETTE — The Steubenville golf team finished 17th at the Coshocton Eastern District Open on Saturday.

Big Red shot 377 overall. Coshocton won the 21-team tournament with a 297. Hiland was second (313), while John Glen placed third (314).

North Carolina defeats Pitt

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — North Carolina finally got its offense playing with sustained efficiency and its defense providing sacks and third-quarter stops, a combination that helped turn things around in its Atlantic Coast Conference opener,

Antonio Williams and Nathan Elliott turned in career-best performances Saturday in the Tar Heels’ best offensive showing of the season, helping UNC beat Pittsburgh 38-35 in its return after having a game canceled due to Hurricane Florence.

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