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Sports Briefs

September 7, 2013
The Herald-Star

Devils win Buckeye 8

ST. CLAIRSVILLE - The St. Clairsville golf team won the Buckeye 8 championship Friday at Belmont Hills Country Club with a 349 for a 682 total. The first round was played at Cadiz Country Club last month.

Seth Vannoy won the individual honors with his 152. Harrison Central's Austin Kowalski was second (162) and Ian Saho third (167). Edison's Jimmy Marsh placed seventh at 173 and Indian Creek's Aaron Foldi ninth at 181.

Also for the Huskies, who took second at 707, Bryce Walrath shot 186 and Evan Ossman 194.

For third-place Edison, Clay Woodward shot 187, Shane Pendleton 198 and Ben Boyd 204.

For Indian Creek, Adam Freshwater and Chris Riffee shot 201. Jesse Rouse shot 93 Friday and Justin Dailey 94.

For Buckeye Local, Brenna Czuchran shot 196, Eric WIlliams 201, Dan Duill 215 and Jake Savage 262.

Madonna and Linsly also played.

Michael Rogers shot 2-under 70 for the Blue Dons. Alex Colantonio shot 77, Nick Mazur 81 and Thomas Gianni 82.

The OVAC Championships will be played next week at Oglebay Park.

Knights gain a split

The Toronto volleyball team split a tri-match Thursday, beating East Richland (25-7, 25-16) and losing to Conotton Valley (25-15, 25-20).

Chelsea Anderson had 17 points, six kills and four digs, Amber Fuller nine assists and seven kills, Emily Kosikowski six points, Katie Spadafora seven kills, six points and two blocks, Mykia West four kills, Emily Anderson four points and three digs, Josey Jones 20 points and two kills, Olivia Kosikowski two points, Miranda Robinson four kills and three kills, Serena Burkey six points, four assists and two kills and Delaney Merideth six points and three kills.

"There were a lot of positives - Spadafora had fantastic net presence and key blocks," said Toronto head coach Chelsey Fletcher. "Chelsea Anderson found her swing.

"Although the ladies had many positive moments, as a team, we did not play mentally tough against Conotton valley. Many younger ladies saw playing time vs East Richland which goes a long way for program building."

Girls fall league at Big Red

STEUBENVILLE - The Steubenville Girls Basketball Fall League will be held Sept. 15 through Oct. 20 for middle school (grades 5-8) and high school teams.

Only two players from the same school will be allowed on the same team (per OHSAA rules). The goal is to have each girl play in two games every Sunday. Teams will change on a weekly basis and all games are scheduled to be officiated.

Cost is $60 per player and includes league shirt. Games will be played inside the Crimson Center and Stern Gym.

For information, contact Mark Masloski at (740) 275-1611 or at masloski@comcast.net.