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Potters top Patriots on Senior Night

October 11, 2012
Morning Journal News

EAST LIVERPOOL -The Potters swept the Patriots.

The East Liverpool volleyball team recorded a 25-16, 25-11, 25-13 victory over Wheeling Park on Senior Night Wednesday at Potter Fieldhouse.

With the win, the Potters are now 12-8 on the season.

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The East Liverpool team honored its seven seniors Wednesday night on Senior Night at Potter Fieldhouse. The seniors are (from left to right): Taylar Jordan, Jordyn Adkins, Jordan Chupa, Morgan?Campbell, Mary Davis, Brittany Conkle and Cathy Rowe. (Photo courtesy Jimmy Joe Savage)

East Liverpool head coach Bob Shansky said it was nice to send his seven seniors out with a win in their final match at Potters Fieldhouse.

"Absolutely," he said. "This is a good group of kids. They worked hard. Things were better tonight. We had a couple weeks of injuries and sickness. We have everyone back. Everyone is healthy.

"It's a good time ready for that as we head into the tournaments and the OVAC Tournament. We will see what can do. We are going to put our best kids out there.

"They are good kids. We will miss them, but they are not done yet. We will see what they can do."

For East Liverpool, Cathy Rowe contributed 11 points, Jordyn Adkins delivered nine points, 43 sets and 16 assists and Taylar Jordan recorded 20 sets, 15 assists and 19 spikes,

Also, Morgan Campbell tallied 27 spikes and 15 kills, Jordan Chupa produced three kills and six points and Caitlyn Davis added six spikes and four kills.

East Liverpool's seven seniors are Mary Davis, Brittany Conkle, Jordan, Adkins, Campbell, Chupa and Rowe

Wheeling park won the JV match, 25-23, 25-22.

For the Potters (3-13), Sierra Nichols scored nine points to go along with three kills, and Sierra Voorhees finished with five assists and two kills.

East Liverpool's next match is against Union Local in the OVAC Class 4A Tournament Saturday at Steubenville High School.

Beaver Local d. Austintown Fitch,

25-18, 25-20, 25-19

CALCUTTA -The Beavers took down the Falcons.

The Beaver Local volleyball team earned a 25-18, 25-20, 25-19, victory Wednesday night over visiting Austintown Fitch on Senior Night at the Beaver Dome.

Individually for the Beavers (12-8), Nevada Dobbs delivered two aces, nine points, nine digs, three sets, one assist, 14 spikes, 14 kills and four blocks, Ali Buchheit tallied 10 points, six digs, 32 sets, 19 assists, six spikes and four kills and Sierra Wright collected four points, six digs, nine sets, two assists, nine spikes and one kill.

Also, Danna Talbott contributed seven points, 14 digs, 11 spikes, seven kills and four blocks, Mackenzie Davis scored one point to go along with eight digs, 15 sets and nine assists and Laini Roberts recorded nine points, 18 digs, three spikes and two kills.

Finally, Miranda Turkovich finished with one point, two spikes, four kills and one block, Tannar Dolhun ended up with seven spikes, two kills and four blocks and Sierra Jones added one dig and one block.

For the Falcons, Cali Milkovich contributed five kills, 12 spikes, 17 digs and 14 passes, Tiffany Rapovy finished with six assists and Maura Biando and Taylor Herman each recorded two blocks.

Fitch won the JV match, 25-20, 23-25.

Beaver Local's next match is at 7:30 p.m. against Indian Creek in Ohio Division II Eastern District Sectional play down at St. Clairsville.

Edison d. Big Red, 25-21, 25-20, 25-13

STEUBENVILLE - The Wildcats rolled over Big Red.

The Edison volleyball team earned a three-game victory, 25-21, 25-20, 25-13, over Jefferson County rival Steubenville at the Crimson Center.

For the Wildcats, Kylie Smith tallied three points and six digs, Katie Davidson delivered five points, four kills, 18 assists and five blocks and Hannah Johns scored six points to go along with four kills.

Also, Katelyn Pollock collected six points, 10 kills and two blocks, Caitlin Brenstuhl contributed 11 points, six kills, 18 assists, three blocks and three digs and Cassady Jarvis recorded four points, five kills and seven blocks.

Finally, Alexis Gill added eight kills and five blocks.

For Big Red (8-12), Abby Taylor recorded four kills, 10 assists and three blocks, Taylor Young tallied four points, four kills, five assists and two digs and Annie Nehrbas recorded five points, three kills and seven blocks.

Also, Brittany Bodo delivered three kills and two digs, Mytia Barker added nine points and two kills and Carmie Biasi scored two points to go along with eight digs.

Edison plays Indian Creek in the OVAC Class 5A Tournament Semifinals Saturday back at the Crimson Center.


Potters sweep Huskies

CADIZ The East Liverpool 7th and 8th grade volleyball teams earned a sweep Wednesday at Harrison Central.

The 7th grade won, 25-13, 24-26, 25-12.

For the Potters (9-7), Kiandria Cowart contributed 13 points, and Aerieen Brown netted 12 points.

East Liverpool won the 8th grade match in two games, 25-5, 25-22.

For the Potters (12-4), Kirsi King collected 11 points, Gabbi Rinehardt tallied seven points and Karla Allison and Lauren Cunningham each chipped in with four points.

East Liverpool opens up tournament play Saturday at Indian Creek.

Golden Bears split with Wildcats

RICHMOND - The Oak Glen and Edison 7th and 8th grade volleyball teams split Tuesday at Edison.

The Wildcats won the 7th grade match, 25-16, 25-12.

For the Golden Bears, Alexis Swan netted five points.

Oak Glen won the 8th grade match, 25-17, 17-25, 25-19.

For the Golden Bears, Maisie Witherow recorded 11 points and 16 sets, Cassidy Strum delivered seven points and six spikes and Dominica Price produced 11 spikes.

Oak Glen's next match is at home against Toronto. It is the final regular season game for the Golden Bears.



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