Coshocton Rolls Rosecrans

by Dan Wolfgang on October 5, 2011 at 12:10 pm

Boys Soccer

Rosecrans 2 – Coshocton 7

At first, this pivotal ECOL matchup appeared to be close.  A goal ten minutes into the contest by Coshocton senior Lucas Dunlap put the Redskins in front, but it didn’t last long.

Rosecrans’ Logan Lazar responded with a goal 30 seconds later, but the Bishops were unable to keep up with Coshocton’s pressure in a 7-2 loss.

Dunlap followed his initial score with two others, both in the second half.  He was joined in the scoring column by fellow classmate Evan Johnson.

Playing in their final game at Kids America, the senior duo accounted for all seven CHS goals in the win.  Johnson’s first tally came about ten minutes before halftime.  He kept the pressure on, connecting for three scores in the span of a little more than ten minutes in the second frame for the Skins.

His four goal performance brings his season total, the best in the East District, to 24.

John Glenn 1 West Muskingum 4

Senior night was a successful one at West M, as the host Tornadoes bested their MVL foes by three goals. Ammon Lalusa started the scoring with two goals in the first half, and another in the second frame for a hat trick. John Glenn’s lone goal came off the foot of Logan Fitzgerald, with Wesley Gonder adding the fourth for West M late in the match.


Maysville                 25 25 14 11 10

West Muskingum 21 20 25 25 15

The second meeting between these two teams this year ends much like the first: with West rallying for a five set victory. The Lady Nadoes stay perfect in league play, but it came after a tough match and paying a high price. Coach brett McLoughlin saying his team, "flipped a switch" after the first two sets, follwing the lead of Dylana McKenzie who had 29 kills. Sister Dakota McKenzie adding 17 kills, but left in the fifth set with an apparent ankle injury. Abby Brock and Allison Hazen combining for 62 assists, as West M remains in the driver’s seat in MVL volleyball play. Maysville, who’s only league losses have come to either West or Tri-Valley were led by Morgan Swauger who had 14 kills and four blocks.

Claymont   15   8  21

River View 25 25 25

The Lady Black Bears make quick work of the Mustangs in a straight set victory. River View picks up their eighth ECOL win, thanks to the stellar play of Amanda Weatherwax and Andi Daugherty, who had ten kills each. Jessie Gibson chipped in nicely with 28 assists.

New Lexington 26 24 13

Philo                   28 26 25

The Electrics with an impressive three set victory over the visiting Panthers. Philo needing a little extra time int he first two sets, but Kelsey Lawver (22 ast), Corrie Burkhardt (8 kills) and Kristen Boysel (5 aces, 14 pts) proving to be too much for the Panthers to handle. Megan Hooper had three aces and 11 assists in the loss, as New Lex now falls to 6-11 on the season.