RANDOLPH TOWNSHIP — Brooke Reynolds was all Maplewood really needed to pick up a 3-0 win over Conneaut Area during a non-region girls soccer clash on Monday.
Reynolds was the offensive star as she scored two of the goals for Tigers. McKenzie Means scored the other goal and assisted both Reynolds goals. Maya Marshall also had an assist in the victory. Natalie Slagle picked up the shutout in net.
QV downs Meadville in opener
WARRENDALE — The Meadville Bulldogs hockey team opened the season with a 4-1 loss to Pennsylvania Interscholastic Hockey League Class AA opponent Quaker Valley on Monday at the Baierl Ice Complex.
Scoring for Meadville (0-1, 0-1 Class AA) was Ryan Scheppelmann. Cody Lewis got the assist.
That was all the Bulldogs could muster against Quakers stopper Collin Rice.
“We actually did a lot good things,” said Plunkett. We out-shot them 43-22. But their goaltender just stole the game. We had half a dozen point-blank shots, we sustained pressure at times. We couldn’t solve the kid.”
Meadville hosts its first home match of the season on Wednesday, welcoming non-league opponent Harborcreek to the MARC at 7:30 p.m. It will be the Bulldogs’ annual Pink at the Rink, the kickoff of a year-long fundraiser for the Yolanda G. Barco
Tigers roar past Corry
CORRY — Maplewood overcame a Game 1 loss to pick up a big 18-25, 25-14, 27-25, 25-18 win over Corry during Region 2 girls volleyball action on Monday.
Chloe Leech finished with 12 kills and 10 digs to lead the Tigers (7-1, 4-0 Region 2), while Maggie Thomas added 18 kills and two blocks. Bailey Varndell made the offense hum with 46 assists and three aces. Maddie Woge contributed 16 digs, while Sadie Thomas tallied seven kills.
The Beavers are now 8-2 on the season and 3-2 in
Sailors erase M’s
MERCER — The Lakeview girls volleyball team took care of business against non-region opponent Mercer on Monday night, defeating the Lady M’s 25-13, 27-25, 25-17.
Pacing the offense for the Sailors (3-7) was Haven Patton with nine kills and Leah Hostetler with seven. Reese Gadsby contributed 15 assists, seven digs and five service aces. Morgan Snyder served up four aces. Abby Denzer led the defense with eight digs while Josie Gadsby had six.
Lakeview also won the JV match 25-16, 25-17.
Bears top Seneca
ERIE — After a first-set hiccup, the Union City girls volleyball team dug in and pulled out a four-game victory over non-region opponent Seneca 23-25, 25-16, 25-15, 27-25 on Monday.
Stat leaders for the Lady Bears (9-1) included Natalie Franke with 17 digs and nine kills; Tara Jackson and Eliza Reynolds with 14 digs apiece; Cyaira Zielinski with 13 digs and 16 assists; Emma Hopson with 13 digs and Abby Tingley with 10 digs.
Jackets sting Muskies
JAMESTOWN — Girard got early momentum and was able to ride it to a 25-21, 25-11, 25-17 win over Jamestown during non-region volleyball action on Monday.
Jamestown did the job defensively with 84 digs in four games. Morgan Popielarcheck finished with 30 digs and seven kills to pace the Muskies (2-8). Farah Messai tallied 26 digs, while Amanda College posted 10. Delaney Cowger tallied 10 assists.
Maddi Luxon finished with 10 kills to pace the Yellowjackets (7-4). Nicole Warner added 10 digs and Chloe Simmons 17 assists in the win.
Fairview blanks Panthers
FAIRVIEW — Fairview was too much for Saegertown during Region 3 boys soccer action on Monday, as the Tigers did all the scoring during a 4-0 win over the Panthers.
Ferry fourth at Tam O’Shanter
HERMITAGE — Ryan Ferry finished in a tie for fourth place and Conneaut Area edged Saegerton for the top team finish by an area team at the Tam O’Shanter Invitational on Monday.
Ferry was again in top form as he circled the 6,537-yard course in 75 strokes to finish at 3-over par for the tournament. That tied him with Slippery Rock’s Sam Norris for fourth place individually. The Riverside duo of Justin Hand (71) and Skyler Fox (72) grabbed first and second, respectively. And Norris’ teammate Walker Allison place third with a 73.
Conneaut Area’s Alex Wiles also placed in the top 10, tying for eighth with a 78. However, Wiles got a lot more help from his teammates as three other Eagles broke 90 on the day. Andrew McKalip posted an 86, while Jordan Vaughn and Cooper Baum each fired 89. That was good for a team score os 342 to finish seventh.
Coming in eighth with a score of 347 was Saegertown. Dylan Flinchbaugh led the Panthers with an 80. Andy Hasychak added an 83.
Taking 10th was Union City with a combined effort of 351. Tyler Parkhurst carded an 82 to pace the Bears, while Josh James added an 83. Cole DeSimone (87) also broke 90 for U.C.
Despite Ferry’s effort, Meadville posted a 358 to place 12th. Michael Mahoney finished with an 86 to join Ferry under 90.
The team title went to Grove City with a 318. Slippery Rock was second with a 324. And Riverside finished off the top three with a 326.
Justin Hand, Riverside 71
Skyler Fox, Riverside 72
Walker Allison, Slippery Rock 73
Sam Norris, Slippery Rock 75
Ryan Ferry, Meadville 75
Skyler Carr, McDowell 76
Micah Knapp, Corry 76
Max Paris, McDowell 78
Alex Wiles, Conneaut Area 78
Toby Matson, Slippery Rock 79
GROVE CITY (318): Sam Norris 75, Toby Matson 79, Troy Loughry 81, David Dennis 83, Jack Donague 88.
SLIPPERY ROCK (324): Walker Allison 73, Jacob Wolak 80, Logan Wolak 82, Jack Hadley 89, Nick Ayres 98.
RIVERSIDE (326): Justin Hand 71, Skyler Fox 72, Logan Greer 85, Liam Grinnell 98, Ethan Pilarski 102.
McDOWELL (329): Skyler Carr 76, Max Paris 78, Joe DeAngelo 87, Jackson Linden 88, Greg Berlin 99.
ELLWOOD CITY (341): Mile Sesti 81, Joey Hudson 84, Tyler Richards 86, Ryan Hampton 90, Geoffrey Bokor 102.
CORRY (341): Micah Knapp 76, Tyler Hasbrouck 80, Reagan James 86, Lucas Saborsky 99.
CONNEAUT AREA (342): Alex Wiles 78, Andrew McKalip 86, Jordan Vaughn 89, Cooper Baum 89, Brandon Wise 103.
SAEGERTOWN (347): Dylan Flinchbaugh 80, Andy Hasychak 83, Carson Jones 90, Max Fuller 94, Nick Archacki 99.
BUTLER (349): Colin Patterson 82, Lucas Slear 84, Tyler Figlioli 91, Parker Worsley 92, Tyler Robsinon 97.
UNION CITY (351): Tyler Parkhurst 82, Josh James 83, Cole DeSimone 87, Matt Yaple 99, Miles McCaslin 100.
WEST MIDDLESEX (356): Braden Hanahan 81, Luke Atterholt 90, Luke Mild 92, Gabe Mild 93, Lukas Stinedurf 99.
MEADVILLE (358): Ryan Ferry 75, Michael Mahoney 86, Tyan Young 97, Jackson Lawrence 103, Jordan Young 108.
SHARON (363): Sully Brown 82, Jacob Cattron 84, Nolan Songer 92, Hunter Young 105.
SHARPSVILLE (371): James Tomas 88, Mack Staunch 93, Eli Eckles 94, Elijah Hurt 96, Drew Mason 104.
LAUREL (378): Sam Haswell 88, Marcus Haswell 88, Brandon Boyles 97, Nolan Ayres 105, Greg Preisser 108.
ERIE (383): Kyle Westfall 81, Cody Nikolai 94, Casey Donnelly 95, Athan Diniaco 113.
GENERAL McLANE (396): Luke Eichenlaub 93, Clayton Boutte 97, Lucas Leasure 102, Cliff Morehouse 104, Seth Edmonds 113.
MERCER (402): Logan McCandles 84, Lilly Roman 97, Camron Weatherholt 110, Luke Krouse 111.
REYNOLDS (424): James Shafer 98, Caed Foore 105, Haden Obenrader 110, Jonathan Crumbacher 111, Aiden Westover 127.
GREENVILLE (449): Max Thrasher 102, Ty Csonka 107, Elliott Ellis 113, Gage Cusick 127, Kenny Royer 127.
WILMINGTON (476): Brayden McCown 115, Presley Deep 116, Maxwell Frederich 117, Ryan Onestak 128.
Allegheny sweeps Houghton
The Allegheny women’s tennis team completed its undefeated fall season with a 9-0 sweep of Houghton on Monday.
Katherine Marks and Gaby DeLeon, along with Miharu Koh and Taylor Hayes, handled their number one and number two doubles matches, respectfully, with 8-2 wins. Amanda Ress Liere and Savannah Gray did not drop a game in their 8-0 victory in third doubles.
In the six singles competitions, Allegheny merely dropped a combined nine games while not dropping a set. Marks, Ress Liere and Gray helped this number by not losing a single game in their matches.
Gators win penultimate match of fall season
The Allegheny men’s tennis team won its fourth straight match as the by defeating Houghton 7-2 on Monday.
Mackenzie Knowlton and Adam Shinomiya earned the victory in second doubles with an 8-2 showing. Ewan Malenfant and Fabrizzio Reategui tallied an 8-1 third doubles victory.
In singles, Wonjoon Cho handled his competition 6-0 and 6-0 in two sets. Cooper Miller defeated his opponent 6-3 and 6-3 before Malenfant went 6-1 in both sets in his victory. Nate Chubb recorded a win with sets of 6-4 and 6-2. Reategui posted the final victory for Allegheny 6-2, 7-5, 10-7.