Linsly downs Bears
WHEELING - The Linsly boys tennis team defeated visiting Oak Glen, 4-3, Wednesday.
The Cadets earned three of their four points in singles play as Jose Bird beat Tyler Bown, 8-1, Marcus Saludes blanked Alex Bennett, 8-0, and Weston Mead beat Josh Lehman, 8-2.
Oak Glen's Addison Sayre stopped Elsafi Manafi, 8-0.
In doubles action, Bird and Saludes beat Brown and Bennett, 8-2.
The Golden Bears earned two wins as Lehman and Sayre defeated Mead and Nick Kinyan Sui, 8-1, and Alex Bennett and Teddy Adskins downed Nate Marhefka and Fernando Zavala, 8-4.
Warriors nip Big Red
STEUBENVILLE - American Spirit Academy defeated Steubenville Big Red, 3-2, in boys tennis Wednesday at Belleview Park.
The Warriors won two of the three singles matches as Andrew Hill defeated Harold Malone 6-2, 6-3 and Josh Blakeley topped Aaron Bottegal 6-2, 6-3. Big Red's Michael Nodianos beat Joe Langdon 6-1, 6-0.
The doubles matches were split as ASA's Drew Boso and Jay Rudibaugh defeated Josh Fordham and Julie Paprocki 6-0, 6-1 and Steubenville's Tyler Casto and Hannah Meyer earned a 6-4, 6-3 win over Connie Buck and Robert Buck 6-4 6-3.
Big Red is 2-10 will host Indian Creek today.
Soccer games moved
ST. CLAIRSVILLE - The Ohio Valley Athletic Conference Soccer All-Star Games May 6 have been moved from Harding Stadium to St. Clairsville because of construction at Harding Stadium. The boys will play at 1 p.m. and girls at 3:30 p.m.
Striders to have sign-ups
STEUBENVILLE - Registration for the Steuben Striders summer track program will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and April 28 in room 2504 at Eastern Gateway Community College.
Cost is $30 per child ages 5-18. Parents are asked to bring a birth certificate.
For information, contact Patricia Herring at (740) 264-3165.
McGrath records an ace
EAST LIVERPOOL - Richard McGrath made a hole-in-one at Turkana Golf Course. The Toronto resident used a 7-iron on the par 3 13th hole. The witnesses were Mark McCart and Bo Kestner.
Griffith records an ace
CHESTER - David Griffith made a hole-in-one at Mountaineer Golf Course. He used a 9-iron on the 125-yard par 3 17th hole. The witnesses were James Baker and Ed Jones.