Sports briefs


Big Red 3, Harrison Central 1

The Steubenville volleyball team bested Harrison Central, 15-25, 25-20, 25-23, 25-20, on Wednesday.

Anna Taylor paced Big Red with a dozen points, four aces, 13 kills, a block and seven digs. Emily Allen had seven points, three aces, four kills, 27 assists and five digs. Tori Michell contributed with kills and two blocks, while Kiera O’Brien added eight points, two aces and four kills.

For the Huskies, McKayla Dunkle tallied 21 kills and 12 blocks. Maddy Butler had 16 digs, and Audrey Corder eight kills.


Toronto 188, Wellsville 224

TORONTO — Consistent shooting lifted the Toronto golf team over Wellsville, 188-224, on Wednesday at Dyer Country Club.

Brennan Suffoletta and Ethan Masters each shot a 45 for the Red Knights. Hunter Keenan and Noah Karaffa had a 49 each.

For the Tigers, Luke Green was the medalist with a 41.

Buckeye Local 188,

Oak Glen 199

RAYLAND — The Buckeye Local golf club defeated Oak Glen, 188-199, on Wednesday at Becwood Hills.

Jacob Berry led the Panthers with a 45. Aiden Polanski and Gavyn Romanyak carded 47 each, while Josh Kerkuta had a 49.

For the Golden Bears, Jacob Gittings was the medalist with a 43. Following him were Logan Weekly with a 48, Brady Chainey 50 and Seanessy Adkins 58.

Steelers place RT Zach Banner on IR

PITTSBURGH — Zach Banner’s season is over. The Steelers placed the right tackle on injured reserve Wednesday, two days after he tore the ACL in his right knee in a win over the New York Giants.

Banner edged Chukwuma Okorafor during an extended training camp battle to earn the starting job. His season ended in the fourth quarter against the Giants when his knee appeared to give out while dropping back in pass protection.

Okorafor, a third-round pick in the 2018 draft, figures to get the start when the Steelers host Denver in their home opener on Sunday.

The Steelers filled Banner’s roster spot by bringing back offensive lineman Jerald Hawkins. Pittsburgh originally drafted Hawkins in the fourth round in 2016 but he struggled to stay healthy, appearing in just five games over three seasons. He bounced from Indianapolis to Tampa Bay to Houston before being re-signed by Pittsburgh.

Bullock expected t

to go vs. Browns

CINCINNATI — The Bengals claimed former Browns kicker Austin Seibert off waivers but expect Randy Bullock to be ready to play in Cleveland on Thursday night.

Bullock missed a 31-yard field goal with 2 seconds left Sunday when his left calf cramped, leaving the Bengals with a 16-13 loss to the Chargers. Bullock fully practiced Tuesday and coach Zac Taylor said he would be the kicker heading into their intrastate rivalry game.

Bullock’s calf cramped as he planted it to make the kick, which then sailed wide right. He said he’d never previously developed a cramp while kicking.

“That’s a kick I make 99 times out of 100,” Bullock said. “It was a freak deal.”

Seibert, a fifth-round pick in 2019, missed a field goal and an extra-point attempt during Cleveland’s 38-6 loss to the Ravens on Sunday. He gives the Bengals another kicker in case Bullock has more calf problems.

The Bengals also placed starting right guard Xavier Su’a-Filo on injured reserve with an ankle injury suffered against the Chargers.

From staff, wire reports


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