August 29, 2013
PDT Sports Report
Wheelersburg won a quad match at Shawnee State Golf Course Thursday.
The Pirates shot a 171, which was 18 shots better then West who came in second. Clay shot a 197, which was good enough for third place. Notre Dame did not have enough members to field a team.
The Pirates’ Mitchell McFarland was the low medalist after he shot a 35 for the round. Luke Morgan and Jordan Tieman shot a 39, which lead the Senators.
Aaron Phipps shot a 47, which lead the Panthers.
1. Wheelersburg — 171
2. West — 189
3. Clay — 197
Notre Dame def. New Boston
25-18, 25-8, 25-7
Notre Dame improved their record to 4-0 with a straight sets win against New Boston.
The Titans where led by Emma Gohman, Madi Phillips and Hagen Scheafer. Gohman had six kills and four blocks.
Phillips had nine aces and won a total of 15 points on her serve. Scheafer also served well, recording six aces while winning 16 points on her serve. Scheafer also had four kills.
Wheelersburg def. Valley
25-19, 25-16, 28-26
Wheelersburg defeated in South Webster in straight sets to improve its record to 2-0.
Brittany Adams, Marley Hanzel and Maggie Stegeman lead the way for the Pirates. Adams had seven digs while Hanzel recorded 17 kills. Stegeman recorded 12 kills of her own.
Wheelersburg travels to South Webster Tuesday.
Jackson def. Portsmouth
25-10, 25-23, 25-8, 25-13
Portsmouth fell to Jackson in the first conference game of the young season.
Despite the loss, Jacqueline Meriwether, Madeline Clayton and Bailey Horsley stood out for the Trojans’
Meriwether had eight kills and four blocks while Horsley blocked two shots of her own and had five kills. Clayton recorded 15 assist.
Northwest def. Oak Hill
25-13, 25-14, 25-20
Valley def. Northwest
Valley defeated Northwest 7-2 behind Aaron Linne’s first career goal.
Linne scored in the 77th minute with an assist to Rodney Spriggs who had two on the night.
Tyler Montavon scored the first two goals of the game, which was his third and fourth goals of the season, and Bryce Romanello improved his season total to five goals after a two goal effort as well.
Valley welcome Wheelersburg to town on Tuesday.
Northwest 0 2 — 2
Valley 3 4 — 7
First half — 1, Valley, Montavon 3 (Charles), 3rd minute. 2, Valley, Montavon 4, 16th minute. 3, Valley, Golden 2 , 29th minute.
Second half — 4, Valley, Romanello 4 (Montavon), 49th minute. 5, Valley, Romanello 5 (Gahm), 59th minute. 6, Northwest, Howard (penalty kick), 68th minute. 7, Valley, Linne, 1 (Spriggs), 77th minute. 8, Northwest, Amburgey, 78th minute. 9, Valley, Hagler 1 (Spriggs), 79th minute.
Records — Northwest 1-2-1 (0-1-1), Valley 2-1 (0-1)
Wheelersburg def. New Boston
Wheelersburg beat New Boston behind a Keith Thumer goal in the 76th minute.
For Keith Thumer, it was his second goal of the game. To go along with the two goal night, Keith Thumer also assisted on Devon Thumer’s goal.
Zach Jordan got the win with a six-save effort.
Wheelersburg travels to Valley on Tuesday.
Wheelersburg 0 3 — 3
New Boston 1 1 — 2
First half — 1, New Boston, Birzele 1 (penalty kick), 38th minute
Second half — 2, Wheelersburg, D. Thumer (K. Thumer), 58th minute. 3, Wheelersburg, K. Thumer, 63rd minute. 4, New Boston, Moore, 68th minute. 5, K. Thumer, 2 (Risner), 76th minute.
Records — Wheelersburg 2-0-1 (1-0-1), New Boston N/A
Waverly 2, South Webster 1
Waverly defeated South Webster 2-1 on Thursday. Jacob Pupero recorded the game-winning goal for Waverly in the 69th minute.
South Webster gets Clay at home on Tuesday.
Waverly 1 1 — 2
South Webster 0 1 — 1
First half — 1, Waverly, Lightle (Diener), 25th minute.
Second half — 2, South Webster, Keaton, 41st minute. 3, Waverly, Purpero, 69th minute.
Minford def. Valley
Minford earned a rare sweep over Valley Tuesday in SOC play. The Falcons travel to Notre Dame on Tuesday.
Katie Singer (Valley) def. Maddie Harley (Minford) 6-1, 2-6, 6-0
Emma Shepher (Valley) def. Mackenzie Roe (Minford) 6-3, 6-2
Mikhaila Row (Valley) def. Kali Mayo (Minford) 7-5, 6-2
Halee Gilliland/Kendall Estep (Valley) def. Kiana Schackart/Allison Wegel (Minford) 6-3, 1-6 7-6
Devon Crisp/Emily Caldwell (Valley) def. Brittany Spence/Sarah Noel (Minford) 6-4, 6-3
Notre Dame def. Wheelersburg
Jessica Schmidt (Notre Dame) def. Jessie Wright (Wheelersburg) 6-2, 6-2
Ámber Vaughn (Wheelersburg) def. Trista Davis (Notre Dame) 6-3, 6-0
Allyson Ware (Notre Dame) def. Racheal Hooper (Wheelersburg) 6-0, 6-0
Katie Widdig/Megan Meyers (Wheelersburg) def. Crystal Holtgrewe/Tori Harr (Notre Dame) 6-1, 6-46
Tori Ruggles/Cameran Noel (Notre Dame) def. Ali Hopper/Kenzie Davidson (Wheelersburg) 6-4, 6-3, 6-0