The new Lex flies past the tornadoes
FALLS TOWNSHIP — Jerilynn Koehler and Abby Wilson combined 19 kills and seven blocks to lead visiting New Lexington past West Muskingum 25-13, 25-12, 25-14 in the Muskingum Valley League School Division Contest of Thursday.
Koehler had 12 kills with three blocks, Wilson had a team-best seven kills and four blocks, and Lizzie Ellis had 23 assists to lead the New Lex offense. Gracie Newlon served five aces with five digs, Trinity Cook had five kills and four digs, Nora DuPerow and Chloe Dick had four kills, and Jorja Burkhart had seven assists in the winning effort.
Chiefs were unavailable for tornadoes.
Sheridan 25, 25, 25, River View 22, 14, 17: Jamisyn Stinson had 19 kills and Alyssa Ward 12 as the Generals (12-2, 6-1 MVL-Big) earned a convincing MVL-Big School win at Luther Stover Gymnasium.
Stinson also served three aces and had seven digs, while Alexis Bradley had 22 assists with nine digs and two aces and Peyton Powell had 17 assists with two aces and three digs.
Bailey Laudick had nine kills and Kayla Dulgar, Haley Balo and Alivia Spaulding six each for River View. Dulgar also had 13 assists, two blocks and 12 digs; Cayla Shrimplin had six assists and six digs and Spaulding also had six digs.
Sheridan won the reserve game 25-17, 25-10. Emma Doherty had eight kills and Josie Ramey six for Sheridan; Shaelyn Yoder and Riah Fox had three points for River View.
Tri-Valley 25, 25, 25, Maysville 12, 10, 7: Lexi Howe went 15 of 15 with four aces and Kenzie Albertson was 16 of 17 with pocket aces in the Scotties sweep against the Panthers.
Ingrid Dittmar had 29 assists, Eva Dittmar had 17 kills, Howe added 12 kills and Caity Journey had 10 digs for Tri-Valley.
Rachel Jarvis had four kills and four digs, Bekah Scott had six digs, Olivia McPeek had 12 assists with a team-high nine digs, and Bella Pfeifer added three kills and four digs to lead the Panthers .
Tri-Valley Reserves won 25-9, 25-16. No leader was available for the Scotties, while Kaitlyn Clark had five digs and two assists, Laikyn Clark had three kills, two digs and two aces for Maysville.
Tri-Valley won the freshman game 25-8, 25-13. Chesney Carter had four kills and two digs and Clarie El Hakour added a kill for the Maysville rookie.
Coshockon 25, 25, 25, Morgan 23, 15, 16: The Lady ‘Skins (9-4, 7-3) were led by Jalynn West, who dished out 38 assists and had five kills to lead the offensive attack in an MVL Small School Division victory.
The outside hitting tandem of Lindsey Bryant and Kenidi Jackson recorded double-digit wins with 14 and 11, respectively, for the winners, while Lacey Guthrie and Saige Abbott each added four. The defense was anchored by Miyah Davis as she led all defenders with 21 digs. Jackson added nine and West six for the winners.
For the Raiders (4-10), Jensen Peyton had five kills while Evelyn Newton had four. Chloe Baker led the visitors in digs and assists with 11 and nine.
In the reserve contest, Morgan (9-5) picked up a 25-19, 25-12 win. For the ‘Skins (5-8), Sophia McFadden had five kills and Jaeli Tiedit had seven assists and two aces. Morgan was led by Paige Lanning’s 12 assists and Haven Cook’s five kills.
Meadowbrook 25, 25, 25, Crooksville 4, 6, 8: The host Colts swept the Ceramics to improve to 11-2 overall and 10-0 in the MVL.
No leader has been reported for the Colts.
Maelee Collins made nine digs to highlight Crooksville’s effort, while Brynn Lundell had four digs, Khirra Wilson was 5 of 5 on serve, Paige Frame had two kills and two digs, Julianna Locke was 5 of 6 on serve with two digs and Taisia Riggs had two assists.
Crooksville’s reserves fell 25-17, 26-24, as Grace Myers had seven kills and seven digs and Erica Flood added 13 assists and nine digs with 8 of 8 serving to lead the Ceramics. Kamdyn Hall added 15 digs, Morgan Stickdorn six digs, Mylee Davis four kills and Alexia Van Meter four digs, two kills and 7 of 8 serves.
John Glenn 25, 25, 25 Philo 13, 17, 14: Kara Fields had seven kills and Lauren Blair provided 19 assists with nine digs, three kills and two aces to lead the Muskies (6-8, 5-5) past the Electrics in a Big School Division contest.
Emma Briggs added six kills, four aces and seven digs, Hannah DeMattio had four kills, Aleea Musselman had four kills and four digs, Emma Dolan had three kills and four aces and Graceann Hitchcock had six digs for the winners.
Aleigha Busse had five kills and six digs to pace the Electrics, while Brooklyn Ferrell had four kills and three digs, Addyson Khune five assists and three digs, Olivia Winland seven digs and Briannah Wolfe three kills and six digs .
Philo’s reserves won 19-25, 25-16, 25-18, as Olivia Fink had five kills, seven digs and two aces, Halli Harris 12 assists, seven digs and four aces, Parker Hina five kills and nine digs, Lauren Morehouse 13 digs, Elise Spiker eight digs and two aces with 100% serve, and Makenna Staker 10 digs and six kills. Alaiah Johnson had 17 digs, Hannah Chrisman added six kills, two aces and five digs, Raelynn Harding had eight digs and Brelynn Barr had 10 assists and three aces for John Glenn (6-8, 5-5).
Freshmen John Glenn (5-3, 5-2) won 25-16, 25-10, as Addi Babcock had three kills and 10 aces, Delaney Woodard had five kills and five aces, Lily Jefferis three assists and three aces and Faith Hayes three kills.
Sheridan 2, Coshockon 1: Madeline Winders’ goal from the top of the box midway through the second half proved to be the difference for the host Generals, who held on for an MVL victory.
Mikenna Schiele scored in the first half for Sheridan, who led 1-0 at halftime. It remained a one-goal game until Winders ran past the keeper from a scrum to extend the lead. It happened seconds after Sheridan goalkeeper Kendall Harter made a key one-on-one save.
Coshocton scored with 10 minutes remaining but failed to equalise.
River View 8, Morgan 1: Alyssa Fox scored four goals to lead the Lady Bears (6-4-1) past the host Raiders in league action.
Kylie Miller and Kam McGinnis added two goals apiece for the winners.
John Glenn 9, Maysville 0: Marina Nicolozakes scored three goals and Riley Zamensky added two goals and two assists to beat the Muskies (6-3-2, 5-0-1).
Nicolozakes gave John Glenn a 2-0 lead thanks to assists from Bella Eubanks (31:31) and Zamensky (26:53). Kira Kaiser then scored on an assist from Marissa Saki (13:08), followed by Zamensky finding Eubanks (7:43) and Olivia Perrin assisting Estelle Matheney’s goal (1:32) to make it 5-0 at halftime.
Zamensky netted his second-half goals through assists from Kaiser and Eubanks, while Matheney added his second goal and Nicolozakes completed his hat-trick on an assist from Eubanks.
Faith Lemon, who made no saves, and Bean Sowers, who made two saves, combined for the shutout, while Maysville goaltender Josalynn Milatovich made 17 saves.
West Muskingum 13, New Lex 0: Allison Latier scored four goals and assisted two more and Claire Smith also had a hat trick in the Panthers’ rout of the Tornadoes.
Gracie Settles posted the shutout in goal, while Debra Allen had two goals and two assists, Jayden Thornton two goals and an assist, Zoie Settles and Laney Johnson one goal and two assists each and Katlynn Foster one assist for the winners .
Tri-Valley 12, Philo 0: The host Scotties scored six goals in each half to defeat the Electrics. No other information was available.
Philo 13, Local Section 0: Blake Bernard scored four times and Brent McManes and Cody Serrell each scored three goals in the Electrics shutout.
Coy Howard, Wes Lafollette and Andrew Van Meter each added a goal and an assist, McManes, Gage Wickham and A. Lyons had assists and Hunter Wallace posted the shutout in goal.
St. Clairsville 2, West Muskingum 0: The visiting Red Devils scored twice in the second half to eliminate the Tornadoes. No other information was available.