Oak Glen 7, Indian Creek 1
MINGO JUNCTION - The Golden Bears had everything working on Thursday as they cruised to a 7-1 win over Indian Creek.
Megan Collins once again led the way for Oak Glen (5-2) with three goals and one assist.
"Another good night," Oak Glen coach Sam Paletta said. A lot of playing time for the younger players. I told them every time they setp on the field they are auditioning to be the first sub off the bench or to be a starter next year. The younger players stepped up and played real well today. Our seniors and juniors are continuing to be great leaders on this team."
Molly Williams, Gabbi Lemley, Shania Helmick and Emily Bodo each had one goal for the Bears.
Alex Burch and Destiny Freeman both had assists for Oak Glen.
In goal for the Bears, Casey Highfield had seven saves, while Erin Fields and Autumn Moninger each had one save.
Jalyn Thompson netted the lone Indian Creek goal.
Up next for Oak Glen is a Tuesday matchup at Weirton Madonna.
Wheeling Central 5, East Liverpool 0
WHEELING - The Potters were blanked.
East Liverpool suffered a 5-0 shutout on the road on Thursday against Wheeling Central.
Scoring for the Crusaders was Bailey Clark, Ashton Cross, Maria Miller, Cate Calissie and Aspen Matlock.
Beth Stayduhar had three assists, while goalkeeper Regan Blaha finished with 10 saves.
The win improves Wheeling Central to 6-0 on the season.
East Liverpool will play at noon Saturday at Steubenville.
Southern Local 3, Leetonia 0
SALINEVILLE - The Indians improved to 5-3 on the season Thursday with a straight sets victory over visiting Leetonia.
Southern Local won by scores of 25-12, 25-13, 25-12.
Hannah Brothers finished with 69 sets, 14 assists and five points.
Natalie Utt had seven points, four aces, two kills and 11 digs, while Abbey Smalley had six aces, six kills, seven digs and 19 points.
Emily Jenkins finished with seven kills, two aces and three points, while Kati Hipsley added seven points, two aces and eight kills.
In reserve action, Southern Local won, 25-13, 25-15.
Kirsten Gosselin led the Indians with 10 points, eight aces, one kill and three digs.
Brittany Webber finished with nine points, seven aces and two kills, while Kenzie Mosti added 26 sets, seven assists, one ace and five points.
Southern Local will play at Minerva Saturday.
Lisbon 3, East Palestine 2
EAST PALESTINE - The Blue Devils got past the Bulldogs on Thursday, 3-2.
East Palestine (1-6) won the first two games, 25-16, 25-21.
Lisbon?(3-5) rallied, however, and won the final three games, 25-22, 25-18, 17-15.
Kenadee Pezzano led the Blue Devils with 23 kills, two aces, 11 digs and 10 blocks.
Tiffany Ketchum finished with 21 digs and three kills, while Alexis Summers added nine kills, 18 digs and four aces.
For the Bulldogs, Megan Brown had eight kills, nine assists and four points.
Carley Sensenbaugher finished with seven kills, 23 blocks and four points, while Logan Gatchel added 12 points.
In junior varsity action, Lisbon won, 23-25, 25-18, 26-24.
Kerrigan Wischerman led East Palestine with 12 points.
Columbiana 156, Wellsville 198
GLENMOOR - Columbiana was able to clip Wellsville on Thursday, 156-198, in golf action at Cedar Hills.
Nick Bayer led the Tigers (3-12) with a 41.
Also for Wellsville was Travis Childers (45), George Anderson (49) and Tyler Almy (63).
Columbiana was paced by Dakota Burt's 37.
On Tuesday, Wellsville lost to Leetonia, 167-217, at Valley Golf?Course.
Childers led the Tigers with a 45, followed by Anderson (46), Noah Palmer (60) and Almy (65).
Wellsville will play in the OVAC Tournament next Tuesday.
East Palestine 172, Springfield 207
EAST PALESTINE - Ryen Kemp earned medalist honors shooting a 39 leading the East Palestine golf team to a 172-207 victory Thursday over Springfield at East Palestine Country Club.
Also for the Bulldogs (12-1, 10-1), Alec Dumbauld delivered a 43, Drew Wilson shot 44 ad Phil Gerner recorded a 46.
Nick Deemer recorded a 49 to lead the way for the Tigers.
East Palestine's next match is at 3;30 p.m. Monday against United at the East Palestine Country Club.