WINTERSVILLE - Junior setter Jessica Furda served the first eight points for the Indian Creek volleyball team Wednesday and the Redskins went on for a 25-16, 25-23, 28-26 victory over visiting Cambridge.
Furda finished with 29 assists, 17 digs, four aces and two kills for the 15-2 Redskins.
Ali Collaros added 13 digs; Whitney Martin two aces, 10 kills, two blocks and 18 digs; Mallorie Sullivan five digs; Brey Mays three aces, three kills and 23 digs; Martina Marko two blocks; Bre Berryman 14 kills, six blocks and two digs; Kiarra Kamarec two aces, four kills and three blocks; and Alexis Fithen three kills and three blocks.
PASS — Indian Creek’s Ali Collaros, under the watchful eye of coach Crystal Hammack, passes the ball during Wednesday’s 25-16, 25-23, 28-26 home victory over Cambridge. Collaros, the libero, finished with 13 digs as the Redskins raised their record to 15-2.
-- Mike Mathison
Edison defeats Huskies
CADIZ - The Edison volleyball team defeated host Harrison Central 25-12, 25-18, 25-21 Wednesday.
The Wildcats, who earned the Buckeye 8 championship last week, was led by Katelyn Pollock's 10 kills, five points, five digs, two blocks and two aces. Caitlin Brenstuhl added 22 assists, eight points, five kills and five aces; Kylie Smith seven points, three aces and three digs; Katie Davidson eight assists, five kills and two blocks; Hannah Johns five kills and five points; Cassady Jarvis four points, three kills, three blocks and three aces; Alexis Gill two kills and Victoria Freeland one dig.
Big Red blanks Creek
WINTERSVILLE - Suki Almeida and Allie Zimish each scored two goals Wednesday at the Steubenville Big Red girls soccer team blanked host Indian Creek, 4-0.
Almeida added an assist and Hannah Masloski a pair of assists while goalkeeper Loren Gray totaled nine saves.
Redskins goalie Emily Todoroff had 20 saves.
"This was one of the best all around games that we have had this season," said Big Red coach Brittany Falbo. "We did everything tonight like we have been practicing. We communicated well, we passed the ball, we stepped to the ball we shot the ball well. It was nice seeing the hard work pay off. We have had a dry spell lately on the offensive end, therefore we weren't getting end results like we wanted, but tonight we were very persistent and kept the ball at the offensive end most of the game."
Almeida, from Masloski, scored at the 17-minute mark and Zimish scored before half for a 2-0 lead at the break.
Zimish scored 15 seconds into the second half. Almeida, again from Maloski, finished the scoring.
"We played our game tonight and I saw something spark in the girls that has been missing in our last few games," said Falbo. "Indian Creek also came out to play and had a good game tonight as well. Creek has improved a lot since the beginning of the season and I give them a ton of credit for not giving up and playing until the end of the game. They played hard and it was a tough physical game for both teams."