Bears snap Redskins’ win streak

NEW MANCHESTER – The Oak Glen volleyball team snapped Indian Creek’s 12-game winning streak with a 25-23, 21-25, 25-20, 25-22 victory Monday night.

Vanessa Hissam delivered 10 kills, 10 points, seven digs and two blocks; Morgan Poling 11 kills, six digs, five points and five blocks; and Jessica Stivason eight kills, seven blocks, eight points and three digs.

Carissa Williams added 21 assists and seven points; Emmy Delekta 14 assists, 13 points and three digs; Madison Juszczak four blocks, three kills and three digs; Alex Arnott six kills and two digs; Kenzie Rosenlieb nine points and five digs; Taylor Allison six spikes, Kami Koper two digs; and Brianna Evans two kills.

Bre Berryman led the Redskins with 25 kills and 12 blocks. Jessica Furda added 37 assists, 15 digs, seven blocks and two aces; Kiarra Kamarec 12 kills, nine blocks and two aces; and Mallorie Sullivan 24 digs.

Whitney Martin had 16 digs and four kills; Bethany Davis 13 kills, five blocks and two assists; Martina Marko six blocks, three kills and two digs; Kaylee LaRue nine digs and Alexis Fithen five kills; two blocks and two digs.

Indian Creek hosts Edison today. Oak Glen visits Edison Thursday.

Big Red earns sweep

STEUBENVILLE – The Steubenville Big Red volleyball team swept visiting Beaver Local 25-23, 25-17, 25-18 Monday in the Crimson Center.

Taylor Young led the way with 10 points, nine kills, seven assists, two blocks and two digs. Abby Taylor delivered 11 points, six kills, nine assists, four digs and three blocks; and Mytia Barker 13 points, six digs and three blocks.

Annie Nehrbas chipped in with eight points, four kills, two assists and three blocks; Brittany Bodo two points, two assists, four digs and two blocks; Lysiah Rice six blocks; and Carmie Biasi four points and 12 digs.

Big Red welcomes Catholic Central today.

Riders sweep


WEIRTON – The Weir High volleyball team swept visiting Burgettstown 25-18, 25-21, 25-23 Monday at the Carl Hamill Fieldhouse.

Kim Persina delivered 14 points, three aces, six kills and six blocks; Ontasia Petteway eight points, two aces, two kills and 10 digs; and Elizabeth Kush eight points, two kills, two blocks and six digs.

Samantha McCartney added three points, 50 sets and four digs; Michayla Dobosz three points, two aces and seven kills; Selena Wolverton seven points, three aces, three kills and 11 digs; Morgan Goff 34 digs and Hannah Hinerman 10 digs.

Red Knights

beat Bishops

TORONTO – The Toronto volleyball team defeated visiting Bishop Donahue 25-13, 25-21, 24-26, 25-12 on Monday.

“The Bishops kept us on our toes tonight,” said Red Knights coach Chelsey Fletcher. “I have to commend them for their scrappiness and playing to the whistle; they did this much better than we did tonight.

“We win and lose as a team and sometimes (as with any sport) you have some standout ladies. Tonight we need to thank each other for our perseverance and these ladies Mykia West and Miranda Robinson for maintaining their fundamentals and tenacity. These two young women dug deep and carried us to a victory. Their stats only touch on the leadership they exhibited.”

Robinson totaled 32 points, 11 digs, 11 assists, eight kills and two blocks and West 11 kills.

Chelsea Anderson had 13 points, nine kills and five digs; Amber Fuller 17 points, two kills and 24 assists; Katie Spadafora 11 points, four kills and two blocks; Emily Anderson five points, two kills and 12 digs; Josey Jones 15 points, five kills and five digs; Sydney Troski two digs; and Delaney Merideth six points and three kills.

Toronto visits Catholic Central on Wednesday.

Wildcats defeat Purple Riders

MARTINS FERRY – The Edison volleyball team swept host Martins Ferry 25-23, 25-20, 25-18 Monday evening.

Cassady Jarvis totaled 12 kills, four points and three blocks; Katelyn Pollock 12 kills, 10 points and three aces; and Caitlin Brenstuhl 24 assist, five points and two kills.

Kalee Neal added 15 points, four aces and two digs; Maddie Williamson two kills; Kackie Wiedaman one kills and one dig; Kayleigh Westbrook one dig; Mackenzie Berardinelli two points; and Alexis Gill three points and four kills.

Edison (12-3) visits Indian Creek today and Oak Glen Thursday.

Dons win again

PINE GROVE – The Madonna volleyball team defeated host Valley 25-9 25-14. 25-21 Monday night.

Eva Bowser led the way with nine kills. Monica Bragg had six kills and three aces; Chloe Conner 14 assists and five aces; and Amanda Paul seven digs.

Gabby Anile had one ace and one dig; Leah Colantonio two digs; Courtney Kaczmarek three aces; Annie Magnone three attacks; Maria Notni two aces; Emily Pietranton one ace and one kill; Gabrielle Selletti one ace; and Taylor Thompson one ace.

Red Riders blank Maroon Knights

WEIRTON – The Weir High girls soccer team defeated visiting Wheeling Central, 2-0, Monday at Jimmy Carey Stadium.

Francesca Farran and Francesca Rock scored and Morgan Cassels added an assist. Alyssa Kelly collected seven saves.

Regan Blaha totaled eight saves for the Maroon Knights.

The Red Riders beat host Harrison Central, 6-1, on Saturday.

Raegan Stead had two goals and an assist. Farran and Alyssa Shingle scored. Cassels had a goal and assist, Katelynne Ferrebee an assist and Alesia LeSane two assists.

Kelly made three saves and Madison Dalrymple two.

Sara Waggoner and Spenser Blumenschein had 10 saves.


nip Big Red

CARROLLTON – The Carrollton girls soccer team edged Steubenville Big Red, 3-2, Monday evening.

“Our girls showed a lot of heart today, unfortunately it was just a little to late,” said first-year Big Red coach Jared Robinson. “We dug ourselves into a hole in the first half getting down 2-0 when we lost our focus. That ended up being the difference of the game.

“The second half we played much better but miscommunication cost us a third goal. We were able to keep pushing and made an adjustment that was able to get us two goals in the last 10 minutes.”

Allie Zimish scored twice for Big Red with assists from Emilee Karas and Elayna Andress. Loren Gray collected nine saves.

Monica Starre scored twice and Tori Thomas once for Carrollton. Goalie Taylor Keefer had five saves.