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SPORTS BRIEFS 9-23

VOLLEYBALL

Edison 3, Weir High 2

WEIRTON — Edison put forth a strong performance to defeat Weir High, 22-25, 25-10, 21-25, 25-11, 15-12, on Wednesday.

Gracie Phillips produced 25 points and eight digs for the Wildcats (3-9). Karissa Speedy had, 23 assists, 10 points, four kills and three blocks. Corinne Freeman tallied 15 kills and 10 blocks. Savanna Ankrom added 13 points and four kills.

For the Red Riders, Blaire McUmar had seven kills, two aces and two digs. Chesney Tice contributed 19 assists, an ace, one kill and five digs. Leah Maley tallied two blocks and a kill, while Ziona Barnes had two aces, a dozen kills and one dig.

Edison hosts Buckeye Local tonight.

Madonna 3, Toronto 2

TORONTO — Madonna rallied late to defeat Toronto, 25-20, 13-25, 18-25, 25-21, 15-3, on Wednesday.

Landry Bone led the Blue Dons (4-4) with 22 kills and nine blocks. Maddi Daugherty had 29 digs, while Morgan Owens added 29 assists.

Beaver Local 3, Big Red 1

CALCUTTA — Unbeaten Beaver Local bested Big Red, 22-25, 25-20, 25-12, 25-18, on Wednesday.

Leading Steubenville was Emily Allen with 14 points, six aces, 22 assists and two digs. Anna Taylor contributed six points, two aces, 10 kills and nine digs. Mea Lulla had three points and seven digs.

Big Red hosts Edison at 10 a.m. on Saturday.

GOLF

Huskies win quad match

CADIZ — Harrison Central bested Steubenville, Brooke and Martins Ferry on Wednesday at Cadiz Country Club.

Brooke’s Ryan Bilby earned another medalist honor, carding a 35. Alex Jezierski had a 48 and Alexis Spensky 56, as the Bruins did score.

The Huskies shot 169 overall, led by Sam Santille’s 36. Aiden Silva had a 41, Trevor Thompson 45 and Wyatt Foreman 47.

Big Red finished third with a 208. Frankie Vostatek and Cole Antill each shot a 51, while Carson Davis and Corryn Lahr had a 53 apiece.

Martins Ferry shot 186 and was led by Luke Krol’s 39.

Catholic Central 175, Creek 175

BLOOMINGDALE — Indian Creek and Catholic Central each shot a 175 overall on Wednesday at Red Oaks, but it was the Crusaders that came out on top thanks to Johnny O’Karma besting Noah Tweedy on the second hole of a sudden death playoff.

The Redskins’ Justice Morris was the medalist with a 38. Tweedy and Mason Porter shot a 45 each, while Luke Merriman had a 47.

For the Crusaders, Cole Tegano and Brendan Schaefer each led with a 40. O’Karma had a 41, while Vince Baraclow had a 51.

GIRLS SOCCER

Minerva 7, Edison 1

MINERVA — Edison fell to Minerva, 7-1, on Wednesday.

Maddie Brenstuhl scored the lone goal, while Emma Scott and Kaydence Habbit made five saves each.

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