Steubenville Steubenville girls soccer blanks Indian Creek, 2-0girls soccer blanks Indian Creek, 2-0
STEUBENVILLE – The Steubenville Big Red girls soccer team scored a goal in each half to defeat Indian Creek, 2-0, Tuesday on Senior Night at Harding Stadium.
Sierra Porter exchanged goals and assists as Big Red outshot the Redskins, 19-5.
Loren Gray stopped five shots for Big Red, while Kristen Shimko cradled 12 saves for the Redskins.
“Tonight was our senior night , we told our girls to put a performance out there that was worthy of all the hard work these seniors have put into rebuilding this program, they did that and then some,” said Big Red first-year head coach Jared Robinson. “We have a great group of seniors who have been dedicated to this sport since they decided to come out, to see them get this win on their last home game will be something the coaching staff will never forget. They’re special to us and to this program.
“We had a tough stretch over the past week in both our previous losses. I feel we matched up with our opponents pretty well but didn’t get the outcome we wanted, but I knew if we played the way we did against those teams we would get the win and we did.
“We played them earlier in the year and it was a close one as well, Indian Creek has really improved and gave us a tough game tonight.”
Steubenville plays its final regular season game Thursday at Beaver Local.
WEIRTON – The Weir High boys soccer team held powerful Morgantown scoreless for 74:30, but the visitors scored three times in the final 15:30 for the 3-0 victory.
Patterson Luck, Zach Kilwein and Nathan Bolles had the goals. Luck and Moses Lawer-Yolar were credited with assists.
Red Riders senior goalkeeper Matthew Tenaglio had 17 saves.
“He played a stellar game,” said Weir coach Joe Pepe, who recently recorded his 260th career win. “I think these kids did an excellent job.”
Morgantown is 12-2-2.
Weir (7-8-2) visits University Thursday.
STEUBENVILLE – The Catholic Central boys soccer team wrapped up a stellar regular season at 14-1-1 with an 8-2 victory over visiting John Marshall on the Tony Recinella Soccer Field at the Crusaders Athletic Complex on Tuesday.
The Crusaders led 5-0 at the break.
Leo Herrmann scored the first four goals with three assists coming from John-Paul McNamara and one from Jude Ledyard. Isaac Sanford had the other goal with the helper via Brady Bolger.
In the second half, Herrmann scored from Pat Hernon, Jacob Rigaud from McNamara’s fourth assist and McNamara from Bolger’s second assist.
John Marshall’s goals were by Alex Brown and Riley Glines.
John Bolster stopped five shots for Central and Collin Stipetich seven.
The Crusaders take on Zanesville Bishop Rosecrans at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 16 at Maysville High School in Division III sectional play.
CALCUTTA – The Beaver Local boys soccer team defeated visiting Indian Creek, 4-0, Tuesday.
DeShaun Parker scored three times giving him 50 on the season. Chase Hilliard scored once. Devin Oliver had two saves.
Andrew Price had 11 saves for the Redskins, who are 7-9 and take on East Liverpool in sectional action Monday at Harding Stadium.
Brooke falls to Mohigans
MORGANTOWN – The Brooke volleyball team fell to 9-16 after Tuesday’s 25-11, 25-6, 25-16 loss to host Morgantown.
Angela Staffileno delivered seven kills and six blocks. Abbey Adams totaled four blocks and two kills, Emily Stuck two blocks, two kills and eight assists, Courtney Elliot nine digs, Isabella Preston 14 digs and Kourtney Leonard two kills and two digs.
The Bruins visit East Liverpool today.
WINTERSVILLE – The Weirton Madonna volleyball team swept host Jefferson County Christian 25-11, 25-9, 25-14 Tuesday at the Ryan Activity Center.
For the Blue Dons, Eva Bowser totaled three kills and one block, Monica Bragg 12 kills and three aces, Dominique Brown one ace and two kills, Lea Colantonio six assists, Chloe Conner four aces, 12 assists and two digs, Courtney Kaczmarek four aces, Annie Magnone one dig, Maria Notni two aces and four digs, Amanda Paul nine 9 digs, Emily Pietranton one kill, Paden Raymond one dig, Gabrielle Sellitt three digs and Taylor Thompson two attacks.
For the Royals, Kassie Lucas had four kills and five assists, Bre Brown five kills and Liz Wendt three blocks.