Fisher Catholic 0 - Rosecrans 2
(ZANESVILLE) -- Fisher Catholic came in with some prolific scoring displays this season, but left Riverside Park with nothing except their second loss of the season. Thomas Boggs starting the scoring, converting a penalty kick in the first half, with Logan Lazar following that up with a goal of his own in the first half. Rosecrans remains undefeated on the season.
Hiland 3 - Coshocton 2
River View 0 - Dover 9
West Muskingum 1 - Tri-Valley 2
(DRESDEN) -- The Tornadoes were handed thier first loss of the season in heartbreaking fashion at the hands of the Lady Dawgs. After a 1-0 Tri-Valley halftime lead, the Scotties made it 2-0 after a botched save from the West Muskingum goalie. The remainder of the second half, the Tornadoes fired shot after shot on the Tri-Valley net, with one getting past Scotties' netminder Lauren Hartnell, to cut the lead in half. In the final seconds, West Muskingum's Danielle Ware fired a shot that looked that it landed in the goal, but actually landed on top of it. An epic battle, with the rematch in the offing this season.
John Glenn 1 - Philo 0
Morgan 1 - Maysville 9
Ridgewood 1 - Rosecrans 2
(ZANESVILLE) -- Rosecrans handed Ridgewood its first loss of the season, 2-1, Thursday night at Riverside Park. Megan Erwine scored both Bishop (3-2) goals. Chloe Johnson added an assist. The Generals fall to 4-1 on the year.
Zanesville 4 - Newark 1
(NEWARK) -- Zanesville rolled to a 4-1 win over Newark, using 4 different goal scorers in the process. Kelsey Montgomery, Emily O'Brien, Madison Baldwin and Katie Young all found the back of the net for the Blue Devils in the win.
Dover 1 - River View 6
(WARSAW) -- River View improved to 3-0 on the season with another impressive victory, this one 6-1 over Dover. Keirsten Ashcraft led the way with her second hat trick of the season. She's totaled 8 goals already this season.
Maysville 15 18 25 22
Tri-Valley 25 25 23 25
(DRESDEN) -- Tri-Valley jumped in front early, and despite dropping the third set, held for a big MVL win over Maysville. Peyton Miller led the way for the Scotties with 20 kills. Jordyn Hendershot had 9 kills and 2 blocks. Maysville got a great performance from Karen Sidwell. She was perfect, 18-of-18 serving, with 13 kills and 5 digs in the losing effort.
John Glenn 25 23 22 25 15
Crooksville 21 25 25 15 10
(CROOKSVILLE) -- Crooksville and John Glenn battled all the way to the fifth set, before the Muskies were able to pull out the victory, 15-10 in the final frame. Erin Shade and Haley Gregory led the Muskies. Shade finished with 23 digs, 7 kills, 4 blocks, 2 aces; Haley Gregory had 33 assists, 7 digs and one ace. Rachel Hinkle and Megan Dutro put in an great effort of their own for the Ceramics. Hinkle had 8 kills and 7 digs to go along with 2 aces and a pair of blocks. Dutro recorded 24 digs along with 13 blocks and 10 kills.
Zanesville 15 10 16
Marietta 25 25 25
Rosecrans 8 13 8
Coshocton 25 25 25
New Philadelphia 25 25 25
River View 16 17 20