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Wheelersburg defeated Valley 3-2 Tuesday. The Pirates won the opening two singles matches and the first doubles match to claim the victory.


Jessi Wright got Wheelersburg on the board early with her three set victory over Maddie Harley, 6-3, 5-7, 6-4.


Amber Vaughn followed suit with a victory in the second singles slot, 6-2, 6-1, over Mackenzie Rowe.


The Pirates will travel to Minford Thursday.


Jessi Wright (W) def. Maddie Harley (V) 6-3, 5-7, 6-4


Amber Vaughn (W) def. Mackenzie Rowe (V) 6-2, 6-1


Keli Mayo (V) def. Megan Meyers (W) 6-0, 6-0


Katie Widdig/Maria Fraulini (W) def. Kiana Schackart/Allison Wagel (V) 6-0, 6-1


Sarah Noel/Brittany Spence (V) def. Ali Hopper/Kenzie Davidson (W) 6-2, 6-2


Volleyball

Wheelersburg def. Oak Hill 25-12, 25-12, 25-23

Wheelersburg improved its record to 7-1 and 5-0 in conference play with a straight-set victory over Oak Hill.

Marley Hanzel, Hannak Duckworth and Brooklyn Adams led the way for the Pirates. Hanzel had 10 kills while Duckworth had 20 assists. Adams had six blocks.

Wheelersburg travels to Northwest Thursday.

Oak Hill 12 12 23

Wheelersburg 25 25 25

Records — Oak Hill n/a; Wheelersburg 7-1 (5-0).

Waverly def. Northwest 25-17, 25-6, 25-8

Waverly beat Northwest to improve its record to 10-1 on the season and 5-0 in conference play with a three-set sweep.

Hannah Martin, Bri Wiget and Ashley Burton led the way defensively for the Tigers. Martin had 16 kills, Wiget 15 kills and Burton recorded 13 kills.

Defensively, Kayla Riffe had a strong performance with 22 digs.

Waverly travels to Valley Thursday.

Notre Dame def. Clay 25-22, 21-25, 25-22, 22-25, 15-13

Notre Dame defeated Clay in a five-set match Tuesday to improve its unbeaten record to 10-0 and 5-0 in the conference.

The Titans had a balanced attack against the Panthers. Brook Pierron, Madi Phillips and Ragen Kayser provided solid defense throughout the evening.

Pierron had 16 kills, three blocks and provided 22 digs for the offense. Phillips had 14 kills and two blocks while Kayser recorded 14 kills and three blocks.

Emma Monroe, Hagen Schafer and Maggie Hoover provided the offensive spark for Notre Dame. Monroe had 13 digs while Schafer had 21 digs and nine assists. Hoover had 11 assists and 19 digs. Emma Gohmann contributed to the Titans effort with six aces.

Clay had strong defensive performances from Annie Hopkins, Katie Redding and Lexi Gilliland. Hopkins had 25 kills while serving five aces in the match. Redding had 13 kills and Gilliland recorded 20 kills.

Gabbie Hickman led the way offensively for the Panthers with 52 assists.

Clay drops to 4-4 on the season and 3-2 in conference play.

The Panthers welcome New Boston to town Thursday. The Titans will also be at home as they take on Symmes Valley Thursday evening.

Notre Dame 25 21 25 22 15

Clay 22 25 22 25 13

Records — Notre Dame 10-0 (5-0); Clay 4-4 (3-2)

Golf

Wheelersburg won an SOC II match at the Little Scioto Golf Course Tuesday. The final round will be played at the Elks Country Club next Tuesday.

The Pirates shot a 158, which was six strokes better than second place West who shot a 164. Waverly placed third with a 170, Valley fourth with a 191 , Northwest fifth with a 196 and Minford shot a 216.

Mitchell McFarland was the medalist with a 36, which was even on the day. McFarland struggled out of the gates, bogeying three of his first four holes. However, he rebounded by birding hole five, seven and eight.

1. Wheelersburg (W) — 158

2. West — 164

3. Waverly — 17-

4. Valley — 191

5. Northwest — 196

6. Minford — 216

Medalist: Mitchell McFarland (W) — 36

Soccer

New Boston def. Valley 3-2

New Boston beat Valley 3-2 thanks to James Mohr’s game-winning goal in the 55th minute of the game.

The Indians drop to 3-3 on the season and 0-2 in conference play. Mohr recorded two goals on the evening to lead the Tigers.

Bryce Romanello recorded a goal and an assist to lead Valley. Alex Gahm had six saves for the Indians.

Valley welcomes Adena to town on Saturday.

New Boston 2 1 — 3

Valley — 2 0 — 2

First half — 1, New Boston, Moore, 10th minute. 2, New Boston, Mohr, 12th minute. 3, Valley, Montavon (Romanello), 17th minute. 4, Valley, Romanello (Linne), 37th minute.

Second half — 5, New Boston, Mohr, 55th minute.

Waverly tied Wheelersburg 1-1

Waverly and Wheelersburg played to a 1-1 tie Tuesday.

Robert Fuska opened the scoring in the first half for the Tigers who took a 1-0 lead into halftime. Caleb Moore had 16 saves for Waverly.

In the second half, the Pirates got the game-tying goal from Mark Butler. Zach Johnson had 25 saves for Wheelersburg.

The Pirates are still undefeated on the season as the tie brings their record to 3-0-3 and 1-0-2 in conference play. Wheelersburg entertains Clay Thursday.

Waverly 1 0 — 1

Wheelersburg 0 1 — 1

First half — 1, Waverly, Fuska (Nick Bradley)

Second half — 2, Wheelersburg, Butler

The following results were reported from various media outlets. Full statistics were unavailable at press time.

VOLLEYBALL

Westfall def. Piketon 25-7, 25-13, 25-14

BOYS SOCCER

Minford 2, Unioto 2

Clay 7, Piketon 1

TENNIS

Waverly 4, Notre Dame 1

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