Vincent Warren High School bested New Philadelphia in a triangular match involving Canton Central Catholic at Oak Shadows on Wednesday.
Warren shot 194 to New Philadelphia’s 197 (Canton C.C. did not qualify a four-person score).
Emma Menapace shot a 37 to lead the Lady Quakers. Sydney Devore (41), Emi Cerda (57), and Kelce Wing (62) also scored for New Philadelphia.
Carly McCutcheon (47), Skyler Radabaugh (48), Hollis Sturgill (49), and Lacey Davis (50) qualified for Warren, while Kristen Belden led Crusaders at 41.
TUSCARAWAS VALLEY 155, INDIAN VALLEY 192
Tusky Valley earned a match win over Indian Valley, with Susan Thompson leading T.V. with a 5-under 31.
Kylie Rohr also shot under-par with a 2-under 34, while Autumn Rohr (43) and Teagan Phillips (47) also scored for the Trojans.
Emily Jones led the Braves at 43.
MARLINGTON 159, CARROLLTON 173
Marlington advanced to 11-1 on the season (6-0 in EBC play) with a 14-shot victory over Carrollton (8-2, 5-2).
Zoe Mort and Maria Warner each shot 36 for the Dukes, while Ashlee Garner led the Warriors at 38.
CLAYMONT 201, RIDGEWOOD 260
Claymont was victorious on the road against Ridgewood at River Greens.
Alivia Edwards shot a 40 for the Mustangs, while Julia Geer (60) was the Generals’ top scorer.
CARROLLTON 161, ALLIANCE 217
Carrollton remained unbeaten with a win over Alliance at Carroll Meadows on Wednesday.
The Warriors were led by Jaxon Rinkes’ 36 and Cayden Rininger’s 37, while Colton Moore (42) and Micha Barkan (46) also scored for Carrollton.
Alliance’s Blake Hood was the match medalist at 35.
RIDGEWOOD 183, EAST CANTON 218
The Ridgewood Generals handled the East Canton Hornets as Charlie Kilpatrick shot a 35 for the winning team.
For Ridgewood (9-1 overall and 6-1), Benny Shuck and Braden Bookless each carded 49s, while Cooper King shot 50.
Braden St. Clair led East Canton at 47.
GARAWAY 168, STRASBURG 176
Trace Gibson (38) and Charles Beachy (39) were the standouts in Garaway’s eight-stroke win over Strasburg.
Cooper Dailey and Nick Martin each shot 43s to lead the Tigers.
The Pirates move to 4-1 on the year.
MALVERN 181, CANTON SOUTH 183
Malvern edged Canton South by two shots at Great Trail, earning the Hornets their 8th win of the season.
Connor Lefevre shot a 43, followed by 46s apiece from Tucker Andrews, Will Yerrick and Ethan Bush.
DALTON 159, WEST HOLMES 168
The Dalton Bulldogs bested West Branch at The Pines.
Hunter Ellis led the Warriors with 40.
HILAND 137, CLAYMONT 194, TUSCARAWAS VALLEY 208
Hiland picked up easy wins over Claymont and Tusky Valley in a triangular match at Big Bend.
Carter Mishler and Brookston Hummel each shot even-par 33s to lead the Hawks, while Lucas Yoder (35) and Kenny Weaver (36) contributed to the victory.
Koi Preston (37) was the low scorer for Claymont, while Tusky Valley was led by Connor Garner (38).
DOVER 5, CANTON CENTRAL CATHOLIC 0
Dover’s girls’ tennis team improved to 10-0 in a five-set sweep over the Canton Central Catholic Crusaders (2-7) on Wednesday.
Taylor Rose (6-0, 6-1), Maisie Dugger(6-2, 6-1), and Kaleigh McCutcheon (6-2, 6-2) each won their respective singles matches, while the duos of Jenna Zeigler-Hannah Graziani (6-0, 6-0) and Grace Williams-Josie Pinelli (6-2, 6-0) each won in doubles.
CLAYMONT 4, ZANESVILLE 1
The Mustangs topped Zanesville in Wednesday’s girls match.
Claymont swept singles play with victories from Arianna Terakedis (6-0, 6-0) Emma Lesiecki (5-7, 6-3, 10-6), and Brooke Davis (6-1, 6-0)
Claymont’s doubles win came from Emily Luyster and Maddie Houston (6-2, 6-1).
WESTERN RESERVE ACADEMY 5, HILAND 2
Western Reserve Academy beat Hiland in a Wednesday night match.
The Pioneers (5-0) jumped out to a 5-0 lead over the Hawks (1-4) before Micah Kuhns and Reese Mullet were tapped for goals in the loss.
HILAND 2, WESTERN RESERVE ACADEMY 1
Paige Gertz’s two goals helped rally Hiland from an early 1-0 deficit in their win over Western Reserve Academy.
Lydia Weaver and Emily Gingerich also recorded assists, while Itzelle Guzman made four saves in goal for Hiland (3-2-1).
FAIRLESS 3, NORTHWEST 0
Fairless managed a victory over Northwest High School on Wednesday.
The Falcons were led in scoring by Gracie Doll (two goals), along with a single score by Gracie Ashton.