HS Sports Tuesday: Indian Valley rallies to best TCC in volleyball; Marlington golfers spoil Minerva’s perfect record

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INDIAN VALLEY 16-25-25-25, TUSCARAWAS CENTRAL CATHOLIC 25-18-21-23

Indian Valley overcame an opening-set defeat to best the Tuscarawas Central Catholic Saints in four sets on Tuesday.

The Braves (1-1) got a solid performance from Tori Stocker (11 kills, 6 blocks, 13 points (5 aces), 3 assists, and 9 digs), along with Cari Anderson (14 assists, 6 digs, 6 points (1 ace), and 2 kills).

IV also took the JV contest against TCC in two sets (25-17, 25-23), while its freshman squad beat Edison High School in dual sets (25-20, 25-14).

CLAYMONT 25-25-25, MALVERN 7-16-6

The Claymont Mustangs had few problems against Malvern in Tuesday’s volleyball match.

Kailey Watkins had 6 digs, 15 points, and 5 aces for the Mustangs while Marlie Wolf (6 kills) and Hannah Wallace (5 digs, 8 points) also led the way for Claymont.

Maddie Powers had 11 digs and six kills for the Hornets, while Kenna Ball led Malvern in scoring with four points and an ace.

The Hornets drop to 0-2 on the season.

CONOTTON VALLEY 25-25-25, SANDY VALLEY 22-15-16

The Lady Rockets won in straight sets Tuesday against the visiting Cardinals.

Conotton Valley’s JV squad also won in two sets.

RIDGEWOOD 25-24-25-25, STRASBURG 23-26-19-23

Ridgewood sweated out a four-set win over Strasburg on Tuesday at Strasburg High School, despite the Tigers stealing the second set from the Generals.

Maddy Edwards had 35 assists for the Tigers (along with 9 points and 13 digs), while Paige Garren added 8 points on 17 digs and 13 kills in the loss.

PERRY 25-25-25, CARROLLTON 16-9-6

The Perry Panthers took down the Carrollton Warriors in three sets on Tuesday.

Perry moves to 2-0 on the early season, while Carrollton drops to 0-3.

BARNESVILLE 25-25-25, BRIDGEPORT 14-15-13

Barnesville defeated Bridgeport in three sets on Tuesday, earning the former school its first win of the season.

The Shamrocks also won the JV contest in two sets: 25-11 and 25-15.

MEADOWBROOK 25-25-25, PHILO 15-15-18

Meadowbrook High School was victorious against Philo on Tuesday, boosting their record to 2-0 (1-0 in Muskingum Valley League play).

The Colts will host Sheridan High School on Thursday, in a rematch of last year’s regional semifinal match (which Sheridan won in four sets).

HARRISON CENTRAL def. BUCKEYE LOCAL

Harrison Central High School defeated Buckeye Local in straight sets on Tuesday.

BOYS GOLF

MARLINGTON 166, MINERVA 180

Minerva’s boys’ golf team fell to Marlington 166-180 on Tuesday night, giving the Lions their first loss of the season.

Minerva was led by Case Waller’s 41, along with Aaron Honeycutt (44), Daniel Smith (47), Andrew Gillis, and Connor Good (both 48).

HILAND 147, SANDY VALLEY 167

The Hiland Hawks bested Sandy Valley in their Tuesday match.

Connor Ritter shot 34 for the Cardinals, while John Wood pitched in a 39.

GIRLS GOLF

INDIAN VALLEY 198, RIDGEWOOD 248

Indian Valley defeated Ridgewood on Tuesday, led by Emily Jones’ 43.

Kaylie Wrather (46), Natalie Holbrook (52), and Kimber Fillman (57) also scored for the Braves, who will take on East Canton in their next match on Wednesday.

CARROLLTON 196, EDISON 244

The Carrollton Warriors topped Edison in their Tuesday match at Spring Hills.

Ashlee Garner and Claire Hostetler led the Warriors at 42 and 48, respectively, followed by scores from Pheobe Moore (51) and Paige Davis (55).

Zoe Shell (50) and Nicole Zullo (59) paced Edison in the loss.

BOYS SOCCER

TUSCARAWAS VALLEY 3, MINERVA 0

The Tusky Valley boys soccer team recorded a 3-0 win over the Minerva Lions on Tuesday night.

CAMBRIDGE 6, HARRISON CENTRAL 0

The Cambridge Bobcats bested Harrison Central on the pitch in a 6-0 win Tuesday in Cadiz.

GIRLS SOCCER

CHIPPEWA 3, HILAND 1

Chippewa High School opened its season with a 3-1 victory over Hiland on Tuesday in Berlin.

Naomi Wertz gave the Chipps the 1-0 first-half edge on a goal in the 15th minute. In the second half, Alex Weaver got the Hawks on the board with an early goal, but scores from Kendal Shiarla (52nd minute) and Annie Henegar (67th) cemented the win for Chippewa.