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Pendleton, Marsh lead Wildcats to tri-match victory

September 20, 2013
From staff reports , The Herald-Star

EAST LIVERPOOL - Shane Pendleton and Jimmy Marsh each shot 40 Thursday afternoon as the Edison golf team shot 170 at Turkana Country Club to defeat Toronto (194) and Oak Glen (213).

Ben Boyd shot 43 and Clay Woodward 47 for the Wildcats.

Will Newbold carded a 46, Riley Keirsey 48, Ben Hlivko 49 and Noah Smith 51 for the Red Knights.

For the Golden Bears, Trey Reese shot 45, Haley Spurlock 48, Mike Watkins 58 and Matt Stipec 62.

Quakers blank Big Red

STEUBENVILLE - The New Philadelphia girls soccer team downed Steubenville Big Red, 4-0, Thursday at Harding Stadium.

"New Philadelphia is a very talented squad," said Big Red coach Jared Robinson. "They play in a harder area and their record (7-0-2) shows it. However we played with them for the majority of the game and being able to possess the ball and complete a series of passes and go toe-to-toe with them is just going to make us stronger for the rest of the season."

Tori Moreland, Karli-Ann Sanders, Lauren Ramey and Joy Leindecker scored for the Quakers. April Blackwell had four saves.

Loren Gray collected 18 saves for Big Red.

Red Riders nip Red Devils

ST. CLAIRSVILLE - The Weir High boys soccer team beat host St. Clairsville, 3-2, Wednesday.

Alex Hannah, Ryan Kirk and Ethan Gilbert scored for the Red Riders. Hannah also had two assists. Matt Tenaglio collected 14 saves.

Jordan Vincent and Taylor Wissman scored for the Red Devils and Izaac Wiley made 10 saves.

FUS men's soccer loses

STEUBENVILLE - The Franciscan University of Steubenville men's soccer team dropped a 4-3 contest to visiting Westminster College Thursday.

"What we talk about a lot is the self-confidence to know you're doing the right things and the guys are really getting that," head coach Ward Rogers said. "Sometimes we're staying on the ball too long and we're not making that last little pass that really breaks them down."

Mark Allen gave the Barons a 1-0 lead 10 minutes into the contest. After Westminster scored three straight, John Imbimbo scored from outside the box and on a penalty kick one minute later to tie things up. Westminster scored in the 78th minute for the win.

The Barons host Washington & Jefferson at 5 p.m. Wednesday.

 
 

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