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WHEELING – Adam Gill fired a 66 to earn medalist honors Monday as Linsly defeated Wheeling Central, 306-316 at the Crispin Golf Course inside Oglebay Park.

The Cadets standout was eight strokes better than any other player, that being the Maroon Knights’ Luke Tiu who shot 74. Linsly’s Carson Gessler and Wheeling Central’s Landon Prager each shot 76.

Steubenville 163, Buckeye Local 169

RAYLAND – The Panthers’ Jacob Berry and Preston Lindsay each carded 41, but the Panthers fell to the Big Red at Bec-Wood Golf Course.

Steubenville’s Nick Nurczyk was medalist at 39.

St. Clairsville 144, Dover 159

ST. CLAIRSVILLE – The Red Devils pulled away from the Tornadoes on the Belmont Hills Country Club course as Maverick Malin shot a 34.

Barnesville 173, Harrison Central 199

CADIZ – Hayden Treadway continued his red-hot play with a 2-over-par 35 as the Shamrocks defeated the host Huskies at the Cadiz Country Club.

However, Harrison Centtral’s Nash Roberts blistered the course for even par to secure medalist honors.

Bridgeport 172, Morgantown 174, Brooke 186, John Marshall 188

Bridgeport’s Anthony Hazey claimed medalist honors with a 40. He was joined by Colton Gerhards (43), Audrey Kerr (43), and Tanner Straley (46) on the top-finishing Bulldogs.

Morgantown was led by Grace Yan’s 43, Brooke was led by Garreett Hornick’s 45, and John Marshall was led by Raymond Stead’s 46.

OVAC Titles Up For Grabs

The OVAC Championships will be decided this week, with both the Class A/AA and Class AAAA events teeing off today at Crispin Golf Course (9:30 a.m.) and the Jones Course at the Speidel Golf Club (9 a.m.), respectively. The Class AAA and Class AAAAA tourney’s are set for Thursday at the Crispin Golf Course (9:30 a.m.) and the Jones Course at the Speidel Golf Club (7:30 a.m.).

The Girls OVAC Tournament is sandwiched between the boys’ events on Wednesday at the Crispin Golf Course (8:30 a.m.)

All tourney’s are 18 holes.


Wheeling Central 4, Indian Creek 1

WHEELING — The Maroon Knights improved to 7-2-1 on the season Monday evening with a victory against the invading Redskins at the 16th St. Sports Complex.

Central senior Ramsay Mansuetto and frosh Addi Hanson evenly divided the Knights’ four goals.

Mansuetto also had two assists as did Kate Tiu and Kendall Schmitt.

Freshman Bella Fitzsimmons had four saves in net.

Weir 6, St. Clairsville 0

WEIRTON – Olivia Baker scored twice for the Red Riders, who also got goals from Kylie Dunmyer, Jaidyn Kelly, Jenna Costello and Gabrielle Noel in the victory.

Weir goalkeeper Reyna Hoover needed only two saves for her fourth clean sheet in the last six games and fifth overall this season.

After starting the season 0-2-1, scoring only three goals in three goals, the Red Riders have won six in a row, outscoring opponents 35-4 in improving to 6-2-1 heading into a meeting with intra-city rival Madonna.


Union Local Sweeps By Ferry

MARTINS FERRY – The Jets won by scores of 25-18, 25-21 and 25-20 inside Tolbert Gymnasium as Olivia Wortman charted 11 of her team’s 42 kills. Laken Vinskovich added nine kills, five digs and four blocks, while Ella Pietranton had seven kills and two blocks.

Julie Broussard finished with 17 digs and Alayna Logan added 19 assists.

Seminoles Beat River In Three

HANNIBAL- The Monroe Central Seminoles won Monday 25-13, 25-19, 25-16 over the River Pilots. Hallie Hammel had seven kills for the Pilots, while Kylie Kendall had four blocks. Aubrey Fetty had 17 digs while Emma Reed had 12 for River.

Zoey Fox led the Pilots in assists with 11, Maci Isaly also posting four for River.

Barnesville def. Wheeling Central 25-20, 25-15, 25-21

WHEELING CENTRAL — The invading Shamrocks proved to be too much for the Maroon Knights Monday evening, prevailing by scores of 25-20, 25-15 and 25-21.

Central (3-3) was led on the stat sheet by Helene Crall’s nine kills. Sydney Doyle posted six kills, while Lainey Peters and Alexis Hood handed out 11 and 10 assists, respectively.

Ellie Thompson led Barnesville with 15 kills and an ace. Abigail Johnson had 10 kills, Ava McFarland had 36 assists, four kills and eight digs, while Aubrey Johnson had 27 digs for the Shamrocks.

Bridgeport def. Paden City 25-18, 25-22, 25-19

BRIDGEPORT – Bridgeport notched their first win Monday, sweeping Paden City at home. Markiee McCormick finished with five aces, nine kills, 10 assists and four digs for the Bulldogs. Bridgeport received seven aces from Erica Marling, six aces and six digs from Chloe Cuiksa, and six kills and 11 digs from Josalyn Carter.

McCormick had three points, Marling 11, Cuiksa one, Campbell Kropka had three points and eight digs, Kaylee Baxter had four points and Canter had three.

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