Madonna wins quad match; Brooke’s Lojszczyk earns medalist

WEIRTON – Brooke senior Logan Lojszczyk captured medalist honors Tuesday at Williams Country Club with his 1-over 37, but the Weirton Madonna golf team grabbed the win with 158, beating the Bruins (167), Edison (209) and Weir High (221).

Matthew Lyons and Nick Mazur carded 38s to lead Madonna (Mazur birdied nine). Howie Peterson shot a 40 and Hunter Payne a 42.

Michael Spitak and Evan Cuomo each fired 42s and Mario Boni 46 for Brooke.

Austin Horan led Edison with a 50, including a birdie on the par 4 ninth hole. Jayce Robinson added a 51 and Tristen Haught and Mason Allese each had 54s.

Noah Wodnicki led the Red Riders with a 50. Austin Paul-Orecchio had a 55, Reis Petrovich a 57 and Joe Patterson a 59.

Huskies top Big Red

STEUBENVILLE – Austin Kowalski was the medalist with 41 as Harrison Central defeated Steubenville, 171-223, Tuesday at Steubenville Country Club.

Evan Ossman and Clint Heavilin each shot 42 and Jarett Edwards 46 for the Huskies.

Kasey Peterson led Big Red with a 53. Josh Gault shot 54, Isaiah Lee 55 and Deshaun Smith 61.

Linsly hangs on at Madonna

WEIRTON – The Linsly girls soccer team held a 2-0 lead over Weirton Madonna at halftime and held on for a 3-2 victory Tuesday at the J.C. Williams Complex.

“I thought for the first 15 minutes we came out with some aggression and speed, but we backed off quickly after they scored,” said Blue Dons (1-1) head coach Bob Kolanko. “We became tentative and not as aggressive.

“In the second half we played much more aggressively and put pressure on the ball.”

Kaitlin Snyder scored eight minutes in for the Cadets and Leah Memmo added one six minutes before halftime.

“Linsly has beaten us a number of the times the last couple of years and I think the girls went ‘Here we go again’ after they scored that first goal,” said Kolanko. “But, we were only down 2-0.”

Hannah Bargar found the back of the net off a Rachel Grubbs pass four minutes into the second half to put Madonna on the board.

Snyder made it 3-1 in the 66th minute and Gianna Antinone (from Bargar) closed the scoring in the 78th minute.

“We came back and lost, but the girls felt after the game that they can hang with a quality team like Linsly,” said Kolanko. “This game will get us ready for the next couple of games we have ahead of us.

“The girls believe they can compete with anybody.”

Huskies win first

SCIO – The Harrison Central girls soccer team won its first game in school history with a 2-1 decision over visiting Steubenville Big Red on Tuesday.

Emilee Karas scored off a Marissa Howcroft assist for Steubenville (3-1). Gillian Haught had three saves.

Knights down


TORONTO – The Toronto volleyball team defeated visiting Harrison Central 23-25, 25-16, 25-19, 25-23 Tuesday.

“Harrison came to play and they made these ladies earn every point,” said Red Knights head coach Chelsey Fletcher. “Having said that, I can not be any more proud of how hard they worked to ensure they earned the win. We fixed some key components with net presence and reading in and out balls”

Josey Jones led Toronto with 19 points, 14 kills and three digs. Miranda Robinson added 18 assists, 15 points, five kills and two blocks and Emily Anderson nine points, four blocks and two kills.

Sydney Troski added five points, Serena Burkey 17 points, two digs and two kills, Des Meadows one point, Delaney Merideth 17 points, seven blocks and six kills, Maddie Robins two points and an assist and Jenna Leasure 13 points and four kills.

“I have to give Mr. and Mrs. George a huge thank you for bringing the pep band,” said Fletcher. “Those ladies and gentleman earned tonight’s ‘W’ as well. They made our house loud and proud – my sincere gratitude. It was great to see a packed home side stands.”

Maddy Doty paced the Huskies with 13 points, seven kills and four blocks. Lyndsey Hennis added nine points and six kills and Tirzah Curry 25 digs.

Edison wins in 5

RICHMOND – The Edison volleyball team edged visiting Steubenville Catholic Central Tuesday 25-16, 17-25, 25-11, 22-25, 17-15.

Cassady Jarvis led the Wildcats (1-2) with 25 kills, 10 points, three digs and two blocks. Caitlin Shannon contributed 40 assists, 11 points, four digs and two kills, McKenzie Morrison nine kills, four digs and three points, Allison Crawford 13 points and six kills, Kayleigh Westbrook 14 digs and 10 points, Tera Anderson four points, Skylar Fankhauser six digs and five points, Cheyenne Matta two digs and Kayla Huff three kills.

In other action Tuesday, Beaver Local beat Oak Glen, 3-1, in girls soccer; and East Liverpool topped Indian Creek, 6-3, in boys soccer.