Carter Mishler shot a three-under-69 and Brookston Hummel had an even-par 72 to lead the Hiland boys’ golf team to the River View Invitational title at Hickory Flats in West Lafayette on Saturday.

Kenny Weaver added a 76 and Garret Shoup added a 77 for the winners, who rolled a 294.

New Philadelphia was second with a 319 while Nathan Menapace posted a 77, Jacob Hootman a 78, Sean Kenily a 79 and Louis Devore an 80.

Garaway finished fourth with a 319 while Trace Gibson beat the Pirates with a 73, while Carter Miller had a season best 79, Emmet Royer landed an 81 and Nick Maust an 86.

Hunter Ellis clocked a 74-over-par to lead the Knights to fifth place (322) in the 20 Schools tournament. Trey Baker shot an 81, Brody Allen an 83 and Grady Toye an 84 to give West Holmes their total of 322. However, it was Brice Hunter’s 87 that broke a tie at three and gave the Knights fifth place.

Dover Gray (9th) shot a 357 while Gavyn Gerber led the way with an 87.

Cole Eltringham and Damon Baier each shot 86s to lead Meadowbrook (10th, 362).

Indian Valley (12th) got a 365 with Austin Gunn in the lead with an 82.

Ridgewood (14th) posted a 383 while Charlie Kilpatrick posted a 77.

Host River View (17th) rolled a 422 with Thad Cox leading the Black Bears with a 95.

Connor Gardner of Tusky Valley shot a 76 to lead the Trojans (17th) to 457.

Piper Olson (92) and Coby Moore (107) ran Tuscarawas Central Catholic and Coshocton, respectively.

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Dover Crimson played in the Rodney Butt Classic hosted by Granville at the Denison Golf Club.

Dover played in the afternoon flight and was second with a 320. Only Grove City was better with a 314.

The scores for Dover were Carter Begue (77), Jacob Hanner (77), Zach Dale (83) and Nolan Kellicker (83).


Tusky Valley 25-25-25, Canfield 16-17-21

Tusky Valley claimed a non-conference victory over Canfield.

Locie Levengood (12 points, 18 assists), Ashley Merrick (17 digs, 10 kills) and Taylor West (4 blocks, 10 kills) led the winners.

The TV JV team won 25-17, 25-22.

Dover 25-25-25,

Morgane 17-16-20

Dover improved to 7-2 on aggregate after an out-of-conference victory at Morgan.

Morgan Kiser (14 kills, 17 digs, 4 points), Taylor Luneborg (8 assists, 11 digs), Cara Detweiler (8 assists), Reece Palmatier (19 digs, 6 points), Katie Bleininger (34 assists, 8 points) and Rachel Bleininger (9 assists, 4 points) led the Crimson Tornadoes.

The Dover JV team won in straight sets.

New Phila 25-18-25-25,

Ashland 22-25-13-22

New Philadelphia recorded an out-of-conference victory over Ashland in four sets.

Brooklyn Crowell: (8 kills, 7 digs), Sidney Vandall (5 kills, 8 digs), Paetyn Cope (7 kills), Ali Voll (7 digs), Kiersten Creighton (5 kills), Lena Strauss (5 as), Kallyn Perks (17 assists, 8 recoveries), Ellie Mason (5 assists) and Makayla Tyson (4 recoveries) led the Quakers (4-6).

The New Phila JV team won in straight sets and the freshmen lost in three.

Claymont 25-25-25,

Indian Valley 14-12-15

For Indian Valley, Tori Stocker had 8 kills, 6 points, 1 ace and 6 digs, followed by Cari Anderson (10 assists, 2 digs, 3 kills, 3 points, 1 ace) and Sadie Dryden (9 assists). , 5 recoveries).

IV is 5-7 overall, and 1-4 in IVC.

Claymont JVs won 25-13, 25-17. IV is 8-4, 2-3.

Coshocton 25-25-25,

Cambridge 14-11-17

Coshocton rose to 5-1 in the Wigwam with a straight set victory over Cambridge.

Jalynn West led the way in the Redskins offense with 27 assists – setting up forwards Lindsey Bryant who had 11 assists and Hailey Helter who beat 8.

Defensively, Miyah Davis collected 13 digs, while Helter unearthed 12 Bobcat attacks and Ella Bible and Addy Gordon each recorded 9.

Bryant and Bible each had 3 ace services for the winners.

With the win, Coshocton improves to 7-3 over the season, Cambridge drops to 6-4.

It was a clean sweep for the Redskins as they also had wins in JV and Under-varsity games.

Loudonville 25-25-25,

West Holmes 16-23-21

Loudonville swept West Holmes in straight sets of an Ohio Cardinals Conference contest.

Ally Baker (4 digs), Avery Yoder (4 points, 3 aces, 2 eliminations, 2 digs, 5.5 blocks), Brynlee Reed (7 points, 1 elimination, 25 assists, 4 digs, 3 blocks), Daphne Alexande (5 attacks, 1 dig, 1.5 blocks), Ella McMillen (5 points, 1 ace, 6 kills, 10 dig, .5 blocks), Harmony Mast (2 points, 1 ace, 6 kills, 4 dig, .5 blocks), Jerzey Morris (6 points, 2 digs), Peyton Carathers (13 digs) and Zaylie Shultz (3 points, 1 ace, 5 kills, 2 digs) led the Knights.

Cross country

Meadowbrook Colt Invitation

The Dover Girls and River View Boys each finished third as a team at the Meadowbrook Colt Invitational.

Dover and Sandy Valley each scored 144 points, but the Crimson Tornadoes edged out the Cardinals in a fifth-runner tiebreaker.

Tegan Dugger of Dover led her team (24th, 23:22) and Natalie Couts (29th, 23:39) followed.

Kaydence Hoover led Sandy Valley (10th, 22:44) and teammates Casey Russell (12th, 22:59) and Deana Peterson (30th, 23; 44) followed.

Indian Valley finished ninth with 225 points with Brooklyn Myers (11th, 22:51) in the lead.

Carrollton finished 10th with 252 points while Maddie Burgett led the way (21st, 23:19).

River View (16th, 412), Claymont (17th, 458), Malvern (18th, 467) and Harrison Central (19th, 489) also participated.

Ridgewood’s Alana Shroyer (25th, 23:23) and Alaina Swiney (27th, 23:33) also finished in the top 30.

Sheridan won the title with 49 points as three of the top seven runners finished in the top seven and John Glenn finished second with 142 points, ahead of Dover.

The boys from River View finished third with 111 points as Javin Robinson (2nd, 17:26), Sam Adams (5th, 17:34) and Drew Tumblin (14th, 18:35) led the way.

Indian Valley was seventh with 193 points as Xander Heil led the way (6th, 17:58) and Max Kinsey (27th, 19; 11) followed.

Dover finished ninth with 243 points, led by Matt Howell (18th, 6:50 pm), Carson Roberson (24th, 7:04 pm) and Luke Jones (26th, 7:10 pm).

Claymont finished 14th with 342 points with Brandon Witman in the lead (13th, 18:32).

Carrollton (14th, 359) was punctuated by Andrew Lane (22nd, 18:58).

Newcomerstown (17th, 409), Malvern (18th 427), Sandy Valley (19th, 478) and Harrison Central (20th, 504) also competed.

Utica won the competition with 100 points and Sheridan was second with 108.

Boardman Spartan Invitational

New Philadelphia participated in the Boardman Spartan Invitational.

Owen Brady led the boys (13th, 16:40), and Cambri Mushrush led the girls (22nd, 20:22).

Girls football

Fairless 1 Perry 0

Gracie Ashton scored the only goal in the second half and Abby Seward threw a shutout as Fairless shutout Perry to 8-1.

The Panthers outscored the Falcons 19-8 and each team scored three corners.

Boys football

River View 3, Zanesville 0

Three different players found the back of the net, as visiting River View dominated Zanesville in a game at John D. Sulsberger Memorial Stadium.

Bernardo Cuetara scored at 32:07 of the first half to give the Black Bears a 1-0 lead (9-0-1) and the score stayed that way until the end of the second half.

Ayden Wheeler made it 2-0 with a goal at 12:34 to go, and about 45 seconds later Marcos Barbe added the final winners tally.

The Blue Devils are down to 3-6.

Steubenville 3, Tusky Valley 1

Theo Loot scored twice to lead Steubenville to victory over Tusky Valley.

Mario Tirricco scored for Tusky Valley (4-2-2).

JP Walsh made four saves for Big Red’s goal, while Bradyn Overton made five saves for the Trojans.

Steubenville dominated Tusky Valley 8-5.

New Phila 0, John Glenn 0

New Philadelphia and John Glenn were tied scoreless in Muskingum County.

Nathaniel Davis made three saves for the Quakers (3-1-1) and Ryan House made five saves for the Little Muskies (4-3-1).

New Philadelphia had a 7-3 advantage in shots on goal.

Loudonville 1, West Holmes 0

Loudonville recorded an Ohio Cardinals Conference victory over West Holmes.

Cambridge 7, Carrollton 1

Cambridge led 4-0 at halftime en route to non-conference victory.

Lawson Irwin scored Carrollton’s only goal.

Goalkeeper Tyler Baughman made 25 saves.

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