Sports Wrap

| September 18, 2020


 Redskins pick up 8-0 victory

The Redskins varsity boys soccer team recently picked up an 8-0 victory.

Alex Laaper, Jarrod Roudabush, and Zane Bryant each scored a pair of goals. Adam George and Ayden Stein added a goal. Skylar Dobson picked up three assists, Alec Laaper, Zane Bryant, Brody Hammersley, and Auden Stein all had one assist.  Isaac Dickerson pick up the shutout with three saves in goal.

Coshocton reports volleyball scores

Thursday night, Sept. 10, in the Wigwam, the Coshocton Redskins volleyball team fell to New Lexington in straight sets, by the scores of 21-25, 18-25, and 20-25.

The Redskins’ attack was led by Kindall Shaw and Hailey Helter each with six kills while Belle Miller added five. Jalynn West tallied 20 assists.

Defensively, Helter led the way with 18 digs while Miyah Davis dug up 15 Panther attacks.

At the service line, Ella Bible collected three aces.

In the JV contest, Coshocton prevailed in a hard-fought, three-set match: 25-17, 20-25, and 25-21.

Jaiden Arnold slammed six kills for the Redskins, while Savanna Bartlett and Alison Cox each added four. Cox also led at the service line with four aces serves while Addy Gordon added three.

Saturday afternoon, Sept. 12, at Coshocton, the Redskins volleyball team fell in a thrilling five-set match to cross-county rival Ridgewood by the scores of: 17-25, 21-25, 25-19, 25-22, and 14-16.

Leaders for Coshocton were: Hailey Helter – 12 kills, 24 digs and four blocks; Kindall Shaw – 11 kills, 17 digs, two blocks and a service ace; Lindsay Bryant – 10 kills, 14 digs and three service aces; and Belle Miller – 10 kills. Jalynn West led the team with 46 assists and Miyanh Davis led the team with 25 digs.

In the JV match, it was Ridgewood beating Coshocton by the scores of: 25-10, 15-25, and 25-15

Savanna Bartlet led the Redskins with six kills. Alison Cox had four kills and three aces.

On Tuesday evening, Sept. 15, in McConnelsville, the Coshocton Redskins fell to Morgan in a Muskingum Valley League matchup, by the scores of: 20-25, 25-23, 18-25, and 19-25.

Leaders for Coshocton were: Lindsay Bryant – nine kills, 13 digs, and three service aces; Kindall Shaw – eight kills, 13 digs and three service aces; and Jalynn West – 12 digs and 26 assists.

In the JV match, the Redskins fell to Morgan in straight sets, 15-25 and 20-25.

Alison Cox had four kills and Destiny Danielek collected three.

On Thursday night, Sept. 17, in the Wigwam, Coshocton fell to John Glenn in a five-set thriller by the scores of: 26-28, 18-25, 15-25, 25-17, and 6-15.

Leading the offense was Kindall Shaw with 13 kills while Belle Miller and Ella Bible each added eight. Defensively Shaw led with 18 digs, while Miyah Davis added 16 and Hailey Helter collected 13. Jalynn West had 35 assists and also led the ‘Skins with three service aces.

In the JV match, Coshocton was defeated by John Glenn. The scores were: 17-25, 25-19, and

12-25. Addy Gordon had five service aces for the Redskins.


Kilpatrick named match medalist

Ridgewood’s boys defeated TCC in a golf match at River Greens on Sept. 10. Charlie Kilpatrick was the match medalist with a 45. Other scores were: Benny Shuck – 50; Lexi Zimmer – 51; Braden Bookless – 52; Zach Evin – 55; Copper King – 65.

Ridgewood fell to Sandy Valley on Sept. 17 195 to 185. The Generals were led by: Charlie Kilpatrick (medalist) – 40; Benny Shuck – 45; Zach Evin – 55; Braden Bookless – 55; and Cooper King – 66.

On Sept. 16 the Generals lost to Strasburg 198 to 169. The Generals were led by: Charlie Kilpatrick – 42; Zach Evin – 50; Cooper King – 52; Benny Shuck – 54; and Braden Bookless – 56.

RHS volleyball falls to Claymont

Ridgewood lost to Claymont by scores of 10-25, 25-15, 20-25, 25-23, and 14-16.

The Generals were led by: Madisyn Colvin – 17 kills, 19 digs, two blocks, 11 points, and three aces; Kassidy Alexander – 10 kills, 10 digs, three blocks, four points, and two aces; Ella Matusik – 46 assists, eight digs, four points, and two aces; Karissa Gress – seven kills and five blocks; and Hannah Maust – seven kills, three blocks, 12 digs, and nine points.

Ridgewood then defeated Coshocton by scores of 25-17, 25-21, 19-25, 22-25, and 16-14.

The Generals were led by Madisyn Colvin – 16 kills, 15 digs, seven points, and two aces; Hannah Maust – 11 kills, two blocks, 10 digs, and two points; Ella Matusik – 47 assists, six kills, one block, five digs, eight points, and two aces; Karissa Gress – nine kills, three digs, two blocks, five points, and three aces; Kassidy Alexander – five kills, 13 digs, one block, 12 points, and four aces; Paige Slusser – seven kills, four digs, one block, and four points; and Lindsay Griffith – six digs.

On Sept. 15, Ridgewood defeated Indian Valley by scores of 25-21, 21-25, 25-13, and 25-14.

Leading the Lady Generals were: Madisyn Colvin – 12 kills, 12 digs, one block, six points, and six aces; Hannah Maust – 15 kills, 11 digs, three blocks, six points, and one ace; Ella Matusik – 31 assists, five digs, one block, five points, and two aces; Kassidy Alexander – 14 digs, three blocks, 11 points, and four aces; Karissa Gress – six kills, three blocks, three digs, four points, and two aces; Paige Slusser – six kills, four digs, and one block; and Lindsay Griffith – three digs, five points, and one ace.

Ridgewood defeated Garaway at home by scores of 25-19, 25-17, 24-26, and 25-17.

Stats for the Lady Generals were: Hannah Maust – 17 kills, eight digs, three blocks, nine points, and one ace; Madisyn Colvin – 12 kills, nine digs, one block, five points, and six aces; Ella Matusik – 46 assists, seven kills, six digs, and one block; Paige Slusser – 12 kills, 10 digs, one block, nine points, and one ace; Kassidy Alexander – 11 digs, one block, and nine points; Karissa Gress – five kills, one dig, two blocks, nine points, and two aces; and Lindsay Griffith – four digs.

Ridgewood’s JV won in two sets.

River View

RVHS shares volleyball scores

River View won against Philo in three sets: 25-13, 25-19, and 25-20. Cayla Shrimplin has 19 digs and Kayla Dulgar had 15 kills and 21 assists.

River View lost a heartbreaker on Sept. 12 in five sets to Tri-Valley. Leading the way for the Black Bears were: Bell Justice – 18 assists; Cayla Shrimplin – 15 digs; Kayla Dulgar – 15 kills, 20 assists, and 10 digs; and Ki Stamper – 11 kills and 18 digs.

The Lady Bears lost to Sheridan in three sets on Sept. 15 by scores of 9-25, 13-25, and 18-25.

River View was led by Cayla Shrimplin with 11 digs and Kayla Dulgar with 15 assists and 11 digs.

River View picked up a win in three straight sets against West Muskingum. Ashlyn Bible, Cayla Shrimplin, Kayla Dulgar, and Ki Stamper each had 12 digs. Ashley Newell added 12 kills and Kayla Dulgar also had 37 assists.

Bahmer leads RVHS in golf

River View’s boys golf team took on West Muskingum and Meadowbrook on Sept. 10 at Hickory Flats.

River View was third with a team score of 221. Leading the way was Austin Bahmer – 42; Coen Bible – 54; Thad Cox – 59; and Josh Woolard – 66.

On Sept. 17 the boys defeated Morgan 205 to 240. River View was led by: Austin Bahmer (medalist) 44; Coen Bible – 47; Thad Cox – 55; and Josh Woolard – 59.

River View junior high defeats Ridgewood

River View’s junior high golf team played at the Mount Vernon Middle School Invitational. Match medalist was Gavin Gress who scored a 72. Other results for the Black Bears were: Colton Gress – 75; Peyton Everhart – 106; Caleb Kline – 108; Brynn Harstine – 114; and Taylor Harstine – 118.

On Sept. 10 the team defeated Ridgewood 176 to 266.

River View’s scores were: Colten Gress – 37; Gavin Gress – 39; Caleb Kline – 50; Peyton Everhart – 50; Brynn Harstine – 51; Makayla Gress – 62; Clark Frischen – 65; Taylor Harstine – 65; Espen Dovenbarger – 82.

Ridgewood’s scores were: Josie Stanton – 59; Jacey Hess – 63; Conrad Robinson – 70; Wade Thompson – 74; Makayla Jones – 79; and Cory Shoop – 81.

On Sept. 16 the Black Bears defeated Tri-Valley 168 to 209. River View’s individual scores were: Gavin Gress (medalist) – 33; Colton Gress – 35; Caleb Kline – 50; Peyton Everhart – 50; Clark Frischen – 53; Taylor Harstine – 58; Jake Miller – 64; and Rylan Everhart – 65; and Makayla Gress – 71.

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