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Prep Roundup

August 31, 2012
Salem News



EAST LIVERPOOL - The Potters capped their busy week with a hard-fought victory.

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East Liverpool's Taylor Jordan spikes the ball on Thursday against Cardinal Mooney. (Photo courtesy of Jimmy Joe Savage)

The East Liverpool volleyball team rallied to defeat Cardinal Mooney, 21-25, 25-22, 25-20, 10-25, 15-6, to a four-match week Thursday at Potter Fieldhouse.

With the win, the Potters are 3-1 on the season.

"We are 3-1. We played 16 games this week," East Liverpool head coach Bob Shansky said. "That is a lot of games for the opening week and for the first week of school."

Individually for the Potters, Taylar Jordan recorded 43 sets, eight assists, 28 spikes and 17 kills, Morgan Campbell collected seven points, 42 attacks and 16 kills and Jordyn Adkins added 75 sets and 22 assists. Also, Jordan Chupa contributed 12 points, Kylie Golden tallied 13 points and seven digs and Caitlyn Davis delivered 10 spikes, four kills and one block for kill.

Cardinal Mooney won the JV match, 25-16, 25-20.

Individually for East Liverpool (0-4), Elise Smith tallied eight points and two kills, Sierra Voorhees finished with five assists and Sierra Nichols chipped in with three kills.

"It was a pretty tough first week," Shansky said. "I thought the kids came through, especially in the last game. They were exhausted. They beat us bad in the fourth game, 25-10, but we came out and built a 10-1 or 10-2 lead.

"Jordyn Adkins served eight-straight points for us to go from 2 to 9. That was a big thing right there to go up 9-1. That really gives you momentum in the last game.

"That was a good team. They are much improved. All of the teams we have played are much improved. Our kids are working hard. It was a long week for the kids. We were able to get through. Now, we have to get ready for next week."

East Liverpool plays at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at Columbiana County rival Wellsville.



LISBON - The Beavers went low on the Wildcats.

Beaver Local got past Struthers on Thursday, 156-166, in golf action at Beaver?Meadows.

The Beavers' Duncan Hildenbrand led all golfers with a 37.

Also for Beaver Local was: Hayden Moore (38), Landon Palmer (39) and Quentin Carr (42).

The low man for Struthers was Matt Thomas (38).

The win moves the Beavers to 4-7 on the season.

Beaver Local will play Sept. 5 at Howland.


EAST PALESTINE - Alec Dumbauld and Ryen Kemp each shot 42 to lead the East Palestine golf team to 172-177 victory Thursday over Mineral Ridge at East Palestine Country Club.

Also for the Bulldogs (9-1, 7-1), D.J. Bandy delivered a 43, and Phil Gerner recorded a 45.

Josh During earned medalist honors for the Rams (8-1, 7-1) by shooting a 40.

Also for Mineral Ridge, Brandon Buksfchan finished with a 41, Pierce Rassega shot 46 and Collin Caneron contributed a 50.

East Palestine's next match is at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday at South Range.



LAKEVIEW - The Beavers fell, 5-0, on Wednesday on the road against Lakeview.

The loss drops Beaver Local to 3-6.

The Beavers will host Jefferson Area on Tuesday.

Lakeview 5, Beaver Local 0


1. Emily Kohut (L) d. Kristi Kline, 6-1, 6-2

2. Sydney Stuber (L) d. Kayla Laurich, 3-6, 6-1, 6-2

3. Brooke Beatty (L) d. Jordan Reinke, 6-1, 6-1


1. Katie Lamar/Claire Rowlands (L) d. Jesslyn Taylor/Natalyn Chamberlain, 6-3, 6-3

2. Marisa Pesa/Natalie Eddy (L) d. Samantha Bishop/Ella Polen, 6-3, 4-6, 10-7


Catholic Central 2, Edison 1

RICHMOND - Kristen Looman and Maria Boston each netted goals leading the Catholic Central girls' soccer team to a 2-1 victory Thursday at Edison.

Bethanie Bube tallied the lone goal for the Wildcats (0-3).

Moriah Vosteen made four saves in goal for the Crusaders, while Jen Sheets stopped eight shots for Edison.

Edison's next game is at 11 a.m. Saturday at home against Linsly.



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