Dover's Taylor Rose serves during their match against Marietta, Tuesday August 9th at Dover City Park.

The Dover High School women’s tennis team improved to 2-0 this season after a 3-2 win over Marietta at Dover City Park on Tuesday.

Taylor Rose took a 6-0, 6-0 win over Reagan Estes in singles No. 1 and Kaleigh McCutcheon outlasted Olivia Emery 7-5, 7-6(4) in singles No. 2, while Josie Pinelli posted a 6-2, 6-3 win over No. 3 singles Jenna Jackson.

Dover's Kaleigh McCutcheon hits a return shot during their match against Marietta on Tuesday August 9 at Dover City Park.
Dover's Josie Pinelli returns a serve during their match against Marietta on Tuesday August 9 at Dover City Park.

Marietta swept the doubles competition as Dover‘s Julia Swope and Morgan Huston fell 6-1, 6-1 to doubles No. 1 and Crimson Tornado teammates Avery Contini and Katlyn Hines lost a 6-1 decision, 6-3 at No. 2 doubles.

The Dover JV team improved to 1-1 after a 4-2 win over Marietta.

Golf for boys

quaker invite

Dover won the first-ever Quaker Invitational hosted by New Philadelphia at Oak Shadows.

The Crimson Tornadoes posted a 305 as Dylan Grewell led the way with a 72, while Jacob Hanner had a 77, Ryan Yoder a 77 and Zach Dale an 81.

Dover won the inaugural Quaker Invitational on Tuesday.
New Philadelphia hosted its first Quaker Invitational on Tuesday,

The host Quakers finished second with a 346 and Claymont third with a 368, while Ridgewood (4th, 417), Massillon (5th, 444) and Canton South (6th, 452) rounded out the field.

Koi Preston led Claymont with a 79 followed by Luke Caley (85) and Trenton Morris and Trevor McGarr (102s).

Classic Jaguar-Warrior

Jaxon Rinkes shot a two-over-par 74 as Carrollton won the Division II game of the Worthington Christian Warrior-Jaguar Classic held at NorthStar Golf Club.

Cayden Rininger was next with a 79, while Colton Moore, John Birong and Micah Barkan all shot 80s for Carrollton, who shot a total of 313.

The Carrollton boys' golf team won their third tournament in as many outings.

Centerburg finished second on a fifth-man tiebreaker against Columbus Academy. Each shot a 316.

Hiland finished second in Division III with a 327 and seventh overall as a team.

Lucas Yoder led the Hawks with a 78 and Nathan Kline added an 80, while Jack Mast posted an 84 and Camden Bille an 85.

Newark Catholic won the division with a 308.

Garaway finished eighth in Division III with a 361.

Trace Gibson led Garaway with an 83 and Carter Miller was next with an 86, while Nick Maust and Keshawn Miller each added 96.

Sand Valley 159, Tusky Valley 222

Connor Ritter shot a 35-under par and John Wood added an even par 36 to lead Sandy Valley to an Inter-Valley Conference victory over Tusky Valley in Wilkshire.

Lucas Ellington and Thorn Stenger each added a 44 for the winners (1-0, 1-0).

Connor Gardner led Tusky Valley (0-1, 0-1) with a 37 followed by Caleb Cook Linamen (57), Cole Kuykendall (58) and Xander Tidrick (70).

girls golf

Tri-County Pre-Season

Garaway won the pre-season Tri-County contest at the par 71 Pleasant View Golf Club.

The Pirates won with a score of 317 led by Sydni Prysi’s 77 and Sammi Miller’s 79, while Brooklyn Numbers added a 79 and Hannah Steiner had an 82.

Marlington finished second with a 341 as Zoe Mort took the medal with a 71 and Marla Warner added a 72.

Dover finished third shooting a 365 behind Piper Olson’s 85 and Riley Schie’s 86. Mya Downing added a 95 and Sara Klar posted a 99 for the Crimson Tornadoes. Olson made the first team in all tournaments and Schie was honored with the second team.

Tusky Valley was fourth with a 370 as Kylie Rohr led the way with an 85 and Carrollton was fifth with a 374 backed by Ashlee Garner’s 85. River View (389 led by Paige Niceley’s 89), New Philadelphia (476 led by Emma Menapace’s 90) and Fairless (483 led by Bri Schumacher’s 116) also competed from the area.

Claymont vs. Sandy Valley

Alivia Edwards carded a 46 to lead Claymont as the Mustangs traveled to Sandy Valley.

Mimi Bausch added a 53 and Meadow Duvall posted a 55, while Alexa Brick had a 62 for the Mustangs, who had a total of 216.

Ava Schoeppner had a 46 and Ashlynn Glaser recorded 50 for the Cardinals, who didn’t field a full team.