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Miller lead Trojans over Falcons

September 18, 2013

PDT Sports Report


Portsmouth defeated minford, 4-1, in a best-of-five tennis match.


The Trojan’s Ali Miller beat Mikhaila Row 6-0, 6-0 to give Portsmouth the early lead. The Trojans won all three singles matches and the second of two doubles matches to claim victory.


The only loss for Portsmouth came as Katy Singer and Emma Shepherd beat Allison Raies and Alex Scott, 6-1, 6-4.


The Trojans travel to Wheelersburg Thursday.


Ali Miller (PHS) def. Mikhaila Roe (MHS) 6-0, 6-0


Lydia Cohen (PHS) def. Kendall Estep (MHS) 6-0, 6-1


Chelsea Cartee (PHS) def. Halee Gilliland (MHS) 6-0, 6-3


Katy Singer/Emma Shepherd (MHS) def. Allison Raies/Alex Scott 6-1, 6-4


Mazie Lawson/Molly Kammler (PHS) def. Devon Crisp/Megan Evans 6-0, 6-1


SOCCER

Valley def. Piketon

8-0

Valley improved its record to 6-3 with a shutout effort against Piketon.

Jacob Gibson started the scoring for the Indians in the 3rd minute of the game. Gibson finished the contest with a goal and three assists. Valley’s Tyler Montovan had another strong performance with two goals and three assists.

Senior Cody Charles scored the first goal of his career in the 45th minute of the game.

Alex Gahm and Cody Charles combined for the shutout.

Valley travels to South Webster Tuesday.

Piketon 0 0 — 0

Valley 5 3 — 8

First half — 1, Valley, Gibson (Golden), 3rd minute. 2, Valley, Golden (Gibson), 15th minute. 3, Valley, Z. Gahm (Montavon), 15th minute. 4, Valley, Montavon (Gibson), 32nd minute. 5, Valley, Romanello (Gibson), 33rd minute.

Second half — 6, Valley, Charles (Montavon), 45th minute. 7, Valley, Martin (Montovan), 53rd minute. 8, Valley, Montovan (unassisted), 62nd minute.

Records — Piketon N/A, Valley 6-3 (1-2)

GOLF

The Clay Panthers won the second round of the SOC I Tournament, which was play at Beaver Creek in Piketon.

Clay won the round with an overall score of 179. Western shot a 198, which was good enough for second place.

The Indians’ Travis Tonz shot a low round of 39, which was three-over par. The Panthers were led by Taylor Swayne who shot a 42 on the day.

The final round of the SOC I tournament will be held Thursday at the Elks Country Club.

1. Clay — 179

2. Western — 198

3. Eastern — 217

4. South Webster — 220

5. Notre Dame — Overall score not recorded because the Titans only had two players participate.