West Branch 5, United 0
BELOIT — Chloe Dennison had two goals and one assist to lead West Branch past United, 5-0, in girls soccer action Saturday.
Bri Thomas also had one goal and one assist, Addy Jones and Kennedy Berger also scored goals. Daphne Snyder and Makenna Lins added assists.
For the Eagles, Katie Dees made 12 saves and Allison Connor two saves.
United will play at Columbiana today, while West Branch (6-3-2) hosts Canton South on Wednesday.
Howland 12, West Branch 0
HOWLAND — Ten players scored goals as top-ranked Howland blanked West Branch, 12-0, in boys soccer action Saturday.
Howland, the defending Division II state champion, improved to 8-1 after having its 27-match winning streak snapped by Boardman on Tuesday.
Beaver Local 3, Oak Glen 1
CALCUTTA — The Beaver Local boys soccer team scored the first three goals to beat Oak Glen, 3-1, Saturday.
Kaleb Mays opened the scoring early in the first half off a penalty kick. Moments later, Josh Eisenhart found Nick Councell ibehind the defense to extend the lead to 2-0.
To finish out scoring for the Beavers, Kaleb Mays added his second goal to move the lead to 3-0 halfway through the second half.
John Mondak had six saves for the Beavers.
Beaver Local will play at Steubenville Big Red on Tuesday.
Oak Glen 3, St. Clairsville 2
WHEELING, W.Va. — Oak Glen’s Kamela Ward’s third goal of the match late in the 70th minute proved to be the difference in a 3-2 victory over St. Clairsville that gave the Golden Bears their fifth consecutive Ohio Valley Athletic Conference Class 4A girls soccer championship Saturday.
It was the fourth over St. Clairsville and the Golden Bears’ seventh title in the past eight seasons and eighth overall.
Oak Glen improves to 9-2, while St. Clairsville suffered its first loss to drop to 8-1-2.