The John Glenn Girl's Soccer team saw their season come to an end Tuesday night.
Hillsboro defeated John Glenn 2-1 to end the Muskies regional run. The lone Muskies goal came with just minutes to go in the second half from John Glenn's Abby Wagner. Hillsboro will now move on to the regional finals where they'll face Granville.
Granville defeated St. Francis DeSales 3-2. The Blue Aces game with Hillsboro is scheduled for 3pm on Saturday.
Joe Harley fired a 76 and New Lexington joined John Glenn for the right to play in the Division II state golf tournament by shooting a 324. The Panthers edged Unioto by just a single stroke to move on.
In boys soccer, Ryan Hammer netted a hat trick as John Glenn downed Philo, 11-0. The Muskies are outright MVL champs for the first time in school history.
Maysville handed John Glenn its first MVL loss in volleyball by winning in straight sets, 25-18, 25-20, 26-24. Aubrie Clarke was perfect on her serving and added 19 assists. Kori Sidwell pitched 12 digs, 9 kills and 1 ace. Mylie Swauger registered seven kills and seven digs.
In girls soccer, West Muskingum beat Philo, 1-0, thanks to a lone goal from Ashley Guthridge in the 36th minute. Tornado keeper Chelcey Tusing turned in the shutout.
The Maysville Panthers traveled to New Concord on Saturday to try to take down the defending MVL Champs, the John Glenn Muskies. They got off to a solid start but failed to convert as John Glenn showed off why they are one of the top teams in the area.
Zanesville's Morgan Smith and Ashonda Underwood teamed up with John Glenn's Mackenzie Prater to represent the East District in the 2014 Ohio Underclass Fastpitch Tournament at Pickerington High School Central.
The East team was hoping to rebound with a win against the Northwest after falling, 6-2, to the Southeast, but came up short. The Northwest scored six runs in the first inning en route to a 9-4 victory.
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