Tri-Valley 11 – Philo 0
Tri-Valley clinched the MVL championship with an 11-0 win over Philo Thursday night. The Scotties were led by two hat tricks, one from junior Chase Alfman, the other from classmate Andrew McGee. Cody Smith also added two goals in the win.
Ryan Hetrick finished with three assists for the Scotties (11-1, 9-0).
Tri-Valley has also announced it will play Lancaster, Saturday, October 15th at Crew Stadium.
West Muskingum 5 – Morgan 1
West M picked up a nice 5-1 win over Morgan on Thursday. The Tornadoes (6-8-1, 4-4-1 in MVL) got another great game from Amman Lalusa, who finished with two goals and two assists.
Wesley Gonder, Nick Schumacher and Giancarlo Orofino also added scores for West in the win.
Belpre 2 – Rosecrans 3
Rosecrans rebounded from a tough loss Tuesday, by just edging Belpre 3-2. Johnny MacLean notched a hat trick for the Bishops. Each of his three goals were assisted by a different teammate. Logan Lazar, Parker Alfman and Bryan Rickets all registered helpers in the victory.
Rosecrans concludes the regular season against Cambridge on Tuesday.
Philo 4 Maysville 2
The Electrics got out to a four nothing lead at the Maysville Athletic Complex thanks in part to two goals off the foot of Layne Archer. After building a big lead, Philo tried to hold on, two late goals from Maysville made the Electrics nervous. The two goal lead proved to be enough, but a few more minutes and Maysville may have kept the momentum going enough to earn a tie.
West Muskingum 25 25 25
Crooksville 19 15 20
The Torandoes stay perfect in MVL play, picking up their 13th league victory with a straight set winner over the Ceramics. Crooksville was paced by Rachel Hinkle who had nine digs, three kills, and three blocks. Leading the way for West was Dylana McKenzie with 17 kills, while Abbi Brock added 15 assists and eight digs.
If there’s bad news for West, it is that they continue to play without Dakota McKenzie, who remains on crutches after suffering an ankle injury late in the contest against Maysville on Tuesday. West travels to Tri-Valley on Tuesday, where the Lady Dawgs will attempt to avenge their only league loss of the year.