Wheeling Park wins quad match
WEIRTON — The Wheeling Park golf team won a quad match against Brooke, Steubenville and Madonna on Tuesday at Williams Country Club.
Wheeling Park shot a 157 overall. Brooke had a 163, Steubenville 174 and Madonna 177. The Blue Dons’ Howie Peterson was the medalist with a 33 (-3), the lone player to finish under par.
Ryan Bilby led Brooke with a 38. Evan Cuomo shot a 40, Justin Shelton 41 and Justin Pennybacker 44.
For Big Red, Paul Mastros led with a 38. Michael Gray and Micah Krause had a 45 each, while Isaac Krause added a 46.
Behind Peterson for Madonna was Tony Sellitti with a 45, Dom Mazur 47 and Chad Durante 52.
Oak Glen defeats Central
STEUBENVILLE — Steubenville Catholic Central’s volleyball team lost 3-1 to Oak Glen Tuesday night.
Alissa Burchfield had nine kills, four points and six solo blocks. Grace Godich tallied five kills, nine points and six solo blocks. Bonnie Thibault added 10 assists and eight points.
Central hosts Bellaire St. John at 5:30 p.m. today.
Indian Creek football tix on sale
WINTERSVILLE — The Indian Creek athletic department is selling tickets for the Redskins’ football game at St. Clairsville on Friday.
Tickets are available from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Thursday and Friday in the ticket booth located in front of the high school gymnasium. Pre-sale tickets are $5 and will be $7 at the gate.
Oak Glen tennis holding car wash
NEW MANCHESTER — The Oak Glen tennis teams will hold a car wash from noon to 3 p.m. on Oct. 1 at Water World Car Wash on Carolina Avenue.
Browns place Coleman on IR
CLEVELAND — Browns wide receiver Corey Coleman has been placed on injured reserve after having surgery on his broken right hand.
Coleman broke his hand for the second time in a year on Sunday in a loss at Baltimore. The injury came almost exactly a year to the day from when he broke his hand during practice as a rookie.
The No. 15 overall pick in the 2016 draft can return to practice in six weeks and would be eligible to play in a game after eight weeks. The NFL allows teams to designate two players to return from IR. That designation doesn’t have to be made until that player can practice.
The Browns also added receiver Jordan Leslie and defensive lineman Tyrone Holmes to the practice squad.
After missing six games last season, Coleman was determined to become a game-changing playmaker for the Browns, who are 1-17 over the past two seasons.
Penguins fall to Buffalo
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — Jack Eichel’s goal 25 seconds into overtime lifted Buffalo to the exhibition victory Tuesday.
Jason Pominville scored twice for the Sabres. Matt Tennyson also scored, and Chad Johnson made 14 saves.
Jay McClement, Zach Aston-Reese and Olli Maatta scored for the Penguins.
Pittsburgh starter Antti Niemi made 17 saves on 19 shots. Reserve Casey DeSmith made six saves.
Indians roll on
ANAHEIM, Calif. — Jay Bruce had a triple and a double among his three hits, Austin Jackson singled four times and the incredible Cleveland Indians rolled on by beating the Los Angeles Angels 6-3 Tuesday night for their 25th victory in 26 games.
Roberto Perez added a solo home run for the AL Central champions to support a strong outing by Mike Clevinger (11-5).
Los Angeles’ offense struggled for the third consecutive game as the Angels missed a chance to gain ground on Minnesota in their bid for the final American League playoff berth.
The loss was the fourth in five games for the Angels, who remained 1¢ games behind the Twins for the second AL wild card. In each of the team’s previous two games, Los Angeles scored two runs on four hits.
Clevinger, drafted by the Angels in 2011, allowed one run and three hits in six innings. He walked two and struck out six. The right-hander did not give up his first hit until the fifth.
From staff and wire reports