Tuesday's Tuscarawas All-County Cross Country Invitational at Garaway High School saw the host team win the girls' race, while the boys' race was won by New Philadelphia.

The Pirates won with an average time of 22:22, ahead of second-place Dover (22:55.44) and third-place Tuscarawas Valley (23:14.03).

Garaway was led by three top-six individual finishes, including Jessie Johnson (21:23.11), Meghan Schwartz (21:38.43), and Mya Wengerd (21:46.47). Brianna Rider (23:06.84) and Arin Frey (23:55.13) also contributed to the Pirates' victory.

New Philadelphia runner Cambri Mushrush took the individual medalist honors at 18:43.31.

On the boys' side, the Quakers won at 17:44.89, with Garaway (18:09.09), Indian Valley (18:16.58), and Tuscarawas Valley (18:40.66) just behind.

New Phila's top runner Owen Brady won the individual title at 15:59.87 - the only boys' runner to break the 16-minute mark. Kayden Schoelles (17:07.41), Yuji Hashizume (18:15.74), Jacob Stoneman (18:32.17), and Patrick Morris (18:50.28) also contributed to the Quakers' victory.

For Garaway, Quinten Schwartz (16:52.73) led his team, while Xander Heil (16:57.91) led the Indian Valley Braves.

VOLLEYBALL

DOVER 25-25-25, CAMBRIDGE 10-13-16

The Crimson Tornadoes bested Cambridge in three sets on Tuesday.

Taylor Luneborg recorded 19 points and a single-match Dover record of 11 aces.

The Tornadoes advanced to 11-3 (4-1 in OVAC).

MARIETTA 25-25-25, NEW PHILADELPHIA 11-13-16

The Marietta Tigers won an ECOL match against New Philadelphia on Tuesday.

Ali Voll (10 digs, 2 points) led the Quakers in the loss, which dropped them to 5-8 (3-4 ECOL).

GARAWAY 25-25-25, MALVERN 4-14-12

The Pirates picked up an easy win over Malvern on Tuesday.

Laiken Wallick (10 kills), Morgan Schlabach (8 kills,13 digs), Jordyn Fearon (12 digs), and Shelby Gerber (25 assists, 3 aces) led the Pirates in the victory.

INDIAN VALLEY 25-20-25-25, SANDY VALLEY 20-15-16-19

Indian Valley bested the Cardinals in four sets.

Tori Stocker (8 kills, 11 points, three aces, two blocks) led the Braves.

TUSCARAWAS VALLEY 25-25-23-25, CLAYMONT 22-20-25-7

The Trojans bounced back from a dropped third set to easily finish off the Claymont Mustangs.

The Trojans were led by Taylor West (14 kills, three blocks) and Ashley Merrick (43 digs).

RIDGEWOOD 25-25-25, HILAND 23-19-21

Hiland narrowly lost all three of their sets against Ridgewood on Tuesday.

Hannah Maust led the Generals with 20 kills, 11 digs, three blocks, four points, and four aces, while Ella Matusik recorded 38 assists.

STRASBURG 25-25-25, east canton 8-9-7

The Tigers held East Canton to single-digit scores in all three sets of their Tuesday match win.

Emma Gilkerson led the Tigers at 22 points and 11 aces, while Maggie Richards pitched in 10 points and four aces.

TUSCARAWAS CENTRAL CATHOLIC 25-25-25, BUCKEYE TRAIL 13-23-12

The Saints improved to 10-4 (7-0 IVC) with a Tuesday win against the Warriors.

Reese Triplett (12 kills, seven digs) and Maddie Ferrell (11 kills, 15 digs, nine assists) led T.C.C.

CONOTTON VALLEY 25-25-25, NEWCOMERSTOWN 13-23-12

The Conotton Valley Rockets swept Newcomerstown in a road victory.

WEST BRANCH 25-25-25, CARROLLTON 20-17-21

Carrollton fell to 3-13 in a three-set loss to West Branch.

Carrollton was led by Jayden Pidgeon (7 points, two aces) and Brylie Wade (15 assists).