Oak Glen tops Central
NEW MANCHESTER – The Oak Glen volleyball team defeated visiting Steubenville Catholic Central 25-14, 18-25, 25-10, 25-12 on Wednesday.
Morgan Poling paced the winners with 20 points, four aces, nine kills, seven blocks and four digs. Jessica Stivason delivered four points, 14 kills, six blocks and seven digs and Vanessa Hissam added six points, 17 kills and seven digs.
Madison Juszczak chipped in two points, five kills, two blocks and four digs, Alex Arnott three blocks, Carissa Williams seven points and 26 assists, Emmy Deletka 12 points and 12 assists, Kenzie Rosenlieb five points, three digs and two assists, Kami Koper two digs, Taylor Allison one kill and Brianna Evans one spike.
Lady Crusaders tied
POLAND – The Steubenville Catholic Central girls soccer team finished its regular season with a 1-1 tie at Poland Seminary on Wednesday.
Micca Mirabella scored off a Sydney Huff assist for the Crusaders (6-9-1). Senior keeper Moriah Vosteen totaled 10 saves.
Central heads into Division III sectional play at 5 p.m. Tuesday against Coshocton at West Muskingum High School.
Brooke falls to East Liverpool
EAST LIVERPOOL – The East Liverpool volleyball team defeated visiting Brooke 25-23, 25-12, 25-12 on Wednesday.
Isabella Preston had four kills and 14 digs, Courtney Elliott 12 digs and Taylor Hair 12 digs for the Bruins. Abby Adams added two kills and two blocks, Alexa Gerard six blocks and Jentzen Kowcheck seven digs.
Emily Stuck collected five blocks, 15 assists and nine digs and Angela Staffileno 13 kills, eight blocks and 14 digs.
Brooke (9-17) is off until a tournament at Parkersburg South on Oct. 19.
Creek selling tickets
WINTERSVILLE – The Indian Creek Athletic Department will sell tickets to Friday’s football game at Union Local from noon to 3 p.m. on Friday only at the ticket window located in the front of the high school gymnasium.
Adult tickets are $5 and students are $4. All tickets at the gate are $6.
Class to be offered
STEUBENVILLE – A hunter education class will be offered at Island Creek Sporting Clays, Inc. from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Nov. 9. The course will teach safe use of firearms and basic hunting safety, and can be useful for anyone wishing to understand firearm safety.
It is required for those wishing to obtain a first-time hunting license in Ohio.
The course will be taught by Bob Hickle Jr. who is certified to teach hunter education and is a certified instructor with the National Sporting Clays Association.
For information, call (740) 282-5830, or go to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources website at ohiodnr.com. For a direct link to the registration area, visit www.facebook.com/islandcreeksportingclays.
Karran records an ace
RICHMOND – Lucy Karran recorded a hole-in-one at Blackmoor Golf Club. The Steubenville resident used an 8-iron on the 95-yard, par 3 12th hole. Witnessing the shot were Tammy Cox, Lori DeFallo and Yuko Atwell.
According to a Blackmoor representative, Karran is the second woman to have a hole-n-one at Blackmoor Golf Club in 17 years.
Slaven records an ace
STEUBENVILLE – Mort Slaven recorded a hole-in-one at Steubenville Country Club on the 100-yard par 3 second hole. The shot was witnessed by Jay Zatta, Pete Wallace and Jim Padden.
Bolger records an ace
STEUBENVILLE – Steve Bolger recorded a hole-in-one at Steubenville Country Club on the 145-yard par 3 12th hole. The shot was witnessed by Jeff Sommers, Brian Sprochi and Mark Morelli.