The Tuscarawas Valley Trojans volleyball team beat Conotton Valley 25-11, 25-10, and 25-10 on Thursday night at Zoarville.

Taylor West and Ashley Merrick had 11 kills apiece, while Julia Felgenhauer recorded 24 digs for the Trojans.

Tusky Valley improved its record to 2-0 with the win.

TUSCARAWAS CENTRAL CATHOLIC 25-25-25, SANDY VALLEY 17-23-20

Tuscarawas Central Catholic took down the Sandy Valley Cardinals in straight sets at Magnolia.

Reese Triplett (13 kills, 13 points, 3 digs), Maddie Ferrell (9 assists, 7 kills), Gina Sciarretti (5 kills), Rylee Dillon (13 digs), and Jordyn Caldwell (9 assists, 3 kills) led the Saints to their first win of the season.

Lexi Tucci (2 aces, 6 kills, 9 digs) and Zoe Ward (20 assists) paced the Cards.

GARAWAY 16-25-25-25, STRASBURG 25-22-17-22

Garaway overcame a first-set loss to best the Strasburg Tigers on Thursday.

Shelby Gerber led the Pirates with 36 assists, along with good performances from Morgan Schlabach (7 aces, 15 kills, 11 digs) and McKenzie Miller (6 blocks, 11 kills, 16 digs).

HILAND 25-31-25, WAYNEDALE 15-29-14

The Hawks moved to 3-0 on the year after besting the Waynedale Golden Bears in three sets.

Gracie Keim (38 assists), Ava Troyer (18 kills, 2 blocks), and Annika Schneider (10 kills) led the Hawks to the victory.

INDIAN VALLEY 25-25-25, MALVERN 16-14-16

The Indian Valley Braves also picked up an Inter-Valley Conference win against the Malvern Hornets.

Tori Stocker led the Braves with 9 kills, 8 points with an ace, and two assists.

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CLAYMONT 25-25-25, EAST CANTON 7-9-4

Little friction came between Claymont and an IVC road win at East Canton.

Hannah Wallace (20 points, 9 aces), Kailey Watkins (12 points, 4 aces), and Averi Wallace (10 points, 5 aces) contributed to the Claymont match win.

RIDGEWOOD 25-25-25, NEWCOMERSTOWN 7-9-12

Ridgewood also had few problems in a straight-sets win against the Trojans.

The Generals' top performances came from Karissa Gress (7 kills, 6 digs, 12 points, and 11 aces), Hannah Maust (11 kills, 6 digs, 5 points), and Ella Matusik (28 assists, 6 kills).

BOYS GOLF

CARROLLTON 158, WEST BRANCH 160

The Carrollton boys golfers improved to 6-0 with a two-stroke victory over West Branch at Flying B Golf Course.

Jaxon Rinkes led the winners with a 38, along with scores from Colton Moore (39), Cayden Rininger (40), and Isaac Warner (41).

Reed Williams shot a team-best 39 for West Branch.

HILAND 148, MALVERN 185

Each of Hiland's four top scorers broke 4 on Thursday as the Hawks topped the Malvern Hornets at Fire Ridge.

Garret Shoup fired a Hiland-best 34, along with Carter Mishler (37) Brookston Hummel (38), and Nathan Kline (39).

Connor Lefevre led the Hornets with a 41.

STRASBURG 191, TUSCARAWAS CENTRAL CATHOLIC 198

The Strasburg Tigers recorded a seven-shot win over Tuscarawas Central Catholic at Oak Shadows.

Trenton Bitikofer led the Tigers at 43, while Jason Grywalski, Nick Martin (both 49), and Parker Edwards posted a (50) contributed to the Tigers' (1-1) first win of the year.

The Saints (2-2) were led by Zane Douglass' 47 and Piper Olson's 48.

INDIAN VALEY 164, CONOTTON VALLEY 191

Indian Valley's boys' team took down Conotton on Thursday at River Greens.

Austen Gunn fired a 38 and Aden Trushell had a 39 for I.V.

For C.V., Justin Lambert led the way at 40, while Gaige Galigher added a 45.

GIRLS GOLF

FAIRLESS 225, NORTHWEST 226

The Lady Falcons edged Northwest by a single shot in Thursday's match at The Elms.

Bri Schumacher led Fairless at 53 for the 9-hole match, while Kylee Moore (55), Hallie Brothers (58), and Ayza Raja (59) also scored for the winners.

BOYS SOCCER

MARIETTA 3, DOVER 1

The Marietta Tigers beat the Crimson Tornadoes in Thursday's match in Dover.

Reese Utter managed the lone goal for the Tornadoes.

RIVER VIEW 8, PHILO 0

The River View Black Bears scored eight goals on Philo in a Thursday shutout.

River View improves to 3-0 on the season.

GIRLS SOCCER

HILAND 4, CHIPPEWA 0

The Lady Hawks soccer team shut out the Chipps on Thursday.

Paige Gertz had three goals and an assist for Hiland, while Emily Gingerich also scored.

The Hawks improve to 1-1 for the season.