NEW CONCORD — Host John Glenn recorded a three-set sweep of the visiting West Muskingum Lady Tornadoes Tuesday by scores of 25-12, 25-21 and 25-15 at the Lady Muskies remained unbeaten in Muskingum Valley League action.
John Glenn (5-2 overall, 3-0 MVL) was led at the net by Taylour Fatheree with 14 kills, four blocks and one service ace. Maddie McGee added six stops, a block and three service aces. Brooke Fatheree dished out 19 assists, added two kills, seven digs and had one ace, while Sydney McCollister added five kills.
Defensively, Brittany Fraunfelter recorded six digs and added two kills, while Baileigh Shehadeh added five digs and served up three aces.
For West Muskingum (2-7, 1-4 MVL) Cassie Calendine had three kills, seven digs, scored six points and had one service ace. Amisha Herd added nine digs with two blocks and had three aces.
NEXT — John Glenn welcomes Crooksville on Thursday at 5:30 p.m.
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HANNIBAL — The Shenandoah High Lady Zeps picked up a Pioneer Valley Conference road win with a 25-12, 25-9, 25-12 thrashing of host River on Tuesday.
The win kept the Lady Zeps (7-1, 4-0 PVC) unbeaten in conference play and sets up a critical early-season confrontation with the unbeaten Buckeye Trail Lady Warriors on Thursday evening.
Tuesday’s blowout win over River featured each Shenandoah setter, Jessi Long and Kaysey King dishing out 16 assists and the team drilling 21 ace serves. The setters also combined to dig 17 balls.
Pacing play at the net was Kylee Kasper, with 13 kills. She also recorded nine digs. Ashlee Wukelich added 11 kills while teammates Rachel Rossiter and Blake Hall each chipped in another six. Rossiter also had the hot hand from behind the service line, drilling nine aces.
For River, Jensen Caretti produced 10 kills and Monica Curtis contributed a dozen assists.
NEXT — Shenandoah plays host to PVC foe Buckeye Trail on Thursday at 5:30 p.m.
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BEVERLY — Visiting Caldwell High (2-3, 0-3 PVC) dropped below the .500 mark for the young season as they suffered a 25-16, 25-7, 25-14 setback at Fort Frye on Tuesday.
One of the Lady Redskin bright spots was the play of setter Alyssa Leasure, who led with seven assists. Jade Croucher paced the hitters with four kills. Teammates Maddy Burris and Lexy Schell each added a pair of kills and a block. Schell and Mahalie Cline each had five digs. Taylor Crawford and Croucher combined for five service aces.
NEXT — Caldwell hosts Monroe Central on Saturday at 5:30 p.m.
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NEW PHILADELPHIA — Cambridge High continued to struggle for wins in the 2013 campaign, dropping a 25-12, 25-23, 25-15 East Central Ohio League decision at New Philly on Tuesday.
The Lady Quakers (1-3, 1-1 ECOL) got stellar efforts from Marisa Moore, with 23 digs and from Taryn Davis, with 31 assits.
For the Lady Bobcats (0-5, 0-3 ECOL), Kiersten Taylor finished with a dozen kills, five blocks and 11 digs. Hallie Stocker’s play at the net continued to improve as she furnished six kills and nine blocks.
Serving was also solid for the locals as Audrey Tingle, Abbey Seckman, Marlo Taylor and Josie Rossiter combined to go 34-for-35 serving. Tingle and Seckman combined for 19 digs. Taylor and Seckman combined for 16 assists.
NEXT — Cambridge travels to Marietta on Thursday, with JV action at 5:30 p.m.
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MALVERN — The Newcomerstown High Trojans found the road tough going on Tuesday, dropping a 12-25, 25-20, 16-25, 16-25 Inter Valley Conference decision at Malvern.
For the Lady Trojans (1-3, 1-2 PVC), Erin Burrier and Riley Kellish combined for nine kills. Setter Alicia Moore dished out 14 assists and added a pair of ace serves. Teammates Lydia Lehman and Alyson Rexroad provided 15 digs and 13 digs, respectively.
NEXT — Newcomerstown faces Hiland at home on Thursday at 5:30 p.m.
ZANESVILLE — Meadowbrook prevailied over host Zanesville Rosecrans, but no details were provided by the Lady Colt coaching staff.
NEXT — Meadowbrook entertains Dover in another ECOL match on Thursday at 5:30 p.m.