prep roundup | Tuesday’s games


VOLLEYBALL

LaBrae 25-25-25, Liberty 14-18-15

YOUNGSTOWN

Amanda Reppart led the Vikings (9-12,5-5 All-American Conference Blue) with six kills and seven blocks. Haylie Kiser made 17 digs. Liberty (3-10,2-6 AAC Blue) was led by Danielle Evans with 17 digs.

Jefferson 25-25-25, Niles 10-6-11

JEFFERSON

Emily DeGeorge and Sarah DeGeorge came up huge for Jefferson (17-4,11-0 AAC White). Emily had 15 kills, six aces, and 14 digs while Sarah had 11 kills, 22 points, three blocks, and 15 digs. Niles (2-11, 0-6 AAC White) was led by Emma Dellinger with 12 digs and two aces. JV: Jefferson, 2-0.

Howland 20-25-25-25, Lakeside 25-13-20-16

SAYBROOK TOWNSHIP

Alexis Notar led Howland (14-8,10-6 AAC Red) with 25 assists. Cassie Murcko added 23 kills and three blocks, and Faith Grant had 15 points and seven aces for the Tigers. Lakeside is 4-14, 2-12. JV: Lakeside, 2-0.

Western Reserve 25-25-25, Mineral Ridge 12-17-20

BERLIN CENTER

Mineral Ridge (3-15,0-5 Inter-Tri County League Blue) were led by Anna Bodo’s 11 kills, six digs, and two blocks. Western Reserve is 11-10,7-1.

Lisbon 25-25-21-21-15, Columbiana 18-14-25-25-13

COLUMBIANA

Kimmi Wiggers broke the Lisbon record for kills in a game with 39 along with 24 digs and two aces. Hailey McVay added 23 digs and 12 kills, Karlee Pezzano had 60 assists and eight digs, and Chloe Smith had 17 digs and four kills for the Blue Devils (13-7,6-1 ITCL White). For Columbiana (7-13,1-6), Emily Gosselin made 37 assists, three blocks and 10 kills. JV: Lisbon, 3-0.

Lowellville 14-17-9, Jackson Milton 25-25-25

LOWELLVILLE

Julissa Tomaino had 22 points, 15 assists, six kills and three aces. Sierra Huff added 12 kills and five block for Jackson Milton. Lowellville was led by Alaya Shavers four kills and five blocks along with Jessica Grow’s 11 digs.

Crestview 25-18-25-25, Springfield 13-25-16-21

COLUMBIANA

Mackenzie Daub had 20 kills, five blocks, two aces and five points as Crestview (19-2,7-0 ITCL Red) clinched a share of the division title. Emily Emch also chipped in 14 kills, two aces and 15 points. For Springfield (12-9,3-4 ITCL Red), Ellie Centifanti had 23 digs while Sara Chaszeyka had 12 kills and five blocks. JV: Springfield, 2-1.

Lordstown 25-25-25, Bristol 21-13-10

LORDSTOWN

Hailie Durst had 20 digs and six kills for Bristol (14-7, 9-7 Northeastern Athletic Conference). Autumn Miller added 11 assists. Lordstown is 18-1, 14-1.

Western Reserve 25-25-25, East Palestine 23-23-11

EAST PALESTINE

In Monday’s game, Elizabeth Bowman totaled 12 assists, eight kills, 11 digs, and six points. Laura Sigworth also chipped in with seven digs, 10 assists, 13 points and five aces. Lainie Grope had 15 kills and four points, while Alexis Hughes had nine kills, 14 points, four aces and six digs. East Palestine’s Brysten Trosky made 12 kills, four blocks and five points.

Jackson Milton 25-25-25, United Local 21-19-18

NORTH JACKSON

Julissa Tomaino recorded 19 points and an ace. Sierra Huff had 15 points, 13 kills, and nine blocks for Jackson Milton. United Local was led by Cameron Pierson with 17 assists, seven points and two aces.

boys soccer

Mentor Lake Catholic 5, Canfield 2

CANFIELD

Nick Rieple and Mateo Madancic each scored two goals for Lake Catholic (6-5-1). Rieple also assisted on a goal by Ivan Babic. Jad Saleh had nine saves in goal for Canfield (9-6-1,6-2 AAC Red). Tanor English and Alex Petrallo scored for the Cards.

Staff report

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