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Sports Wrap

| September 10, 2020


CHS shuts out Sheridan

On senior night the Coshocton High School boys varsity soccer team picked up an MVL win 7-0 over Sheridan.

Luke Ramsey got the rout started with a header from Zane (corner kick) Bryant early on in the game. Alec Laaper was up next unassisted. Patrick Shannon scored the next two. Senior Brody Hammersley buried one in the net from an amazing cross by Skyler Dobson. Ayden Stein hit the sixth goal from way downtown from Alec Laaper. Senior Adam George rounded out the scoring with a PK conversion.

Isaac Dickerson made five saves and picked up his first career shutout in goal.

CHS falls to Meadowbrook in volleyball

On Thursday night, Sept. 3, in Byesville, the Coshocton Redskins Volleyball team was defeated by Meadowbrook by the scores of: 11-25, 18-25, and 22-25.

Leaders for Coshocton were: Ella Bible – five kills, six digs, two aces and two blocks; Lindsay Bryant – four kills, 11 digs and three blocks; Jalynn West – 19 assists; and Miyah Davis – 13 digs.

In the JV match is was Coshocton falling to Meadowbrook by the scores of: 6-25, 25-17, and 17-25.

Savanna Barlett pounded seven kills to lead the offense, while Allison Cox collected six kills and two aces.

On Sept. 5, in a non-league matchup, the Coshocton Redskins volleyball team prevailed in a marathon, five-set match by the scores of: 25-21, 28-30, 24-26, 25-20, and 15-11.

Leading the way for the Coshocton offense was Hailey Helter who pounded out 16 kills, while Lindsay Bryant added 14, and Kindall Shaw had 11.

Defensively it was Shaw and Helter getting it done on both sides with 20 digs and 16 digs respectively. Jalynn West set up 47 assists for the Redskins. Bryant and West each served up three aces to lead the team.

In the junior varsity contest, Coshocton fell the Indian Valley by the scores of 14-25 and 22-25. Addy Gordon had five kills for the ‘Skins while Jaiden Arnold added three.

On Sept. 8 at West Muskingum, the Coshocton Redskins volleyball team picked up an MVL victory over the host Tornadoes by the scores of 25-14, 25-14, and 25-12.

Senior Kindall Shaw led a strong team effort as she pounded 11 kills, collected 12 digs and added an ace serve. Hailey Helter also had a balanced night with eight kills, eight digs, and five service aces. Lindsay Bryant had seven kills and Ella Bible added six for the Redskin’s attack.

Jalynn West set up 25 assists. Also, contributing were Miyah Davis with 10 digs and Belle Miller with a season-high eight service aces.

In the JV contest, it was Coshocton pulling out the 3-set victory by the scores of 25-12, 20-25, and 25-17.

Addy Gordon pounded six kills, while Savannah Bartlett added five and Destiny Danielek and Jaiden Arnold each chipped in with four. Danielek led the team at the service line with five aces.


Lady Generals defeat River View

Ridgewood defeated Hiland on the road by scores of 25-21, 25-19, 20-25, 24-26, and 15-12.

The Generals were led by Madisyn Colvin – 12 kills, 14 digs and four points; Kassidy Alexander – 12 digs, three kills, three blocks, 11 points and five aces; Ella Matusik – 38 assists and 10 points; Paige Slusser – 10 kills, nine digs, one block, nine points and two aces; Hannah Maust – nine kills, 16 digs, three blocks and 10 points; and Karissa Gress – five blocks, five kills, seven points and two aces.

Ridgewood then defeated River View at Ridgewood by scores of 25-18,15-25, 27-25, and 25-18.

This time the Generals were led by: Hannah Maust – 18 kills, nine digs, three blocks, seven points and one ace; Madisyn Colvin – 10 kills, eight digs, three blocks, seven points and four aces; Ella Matusik – 41 assists, seven digs, one block, five points and three aces; Kassidy Alexander – 15 digs, five kills, two blocks, five points and two aces; Paige Slusser – seven kills, nine digs, three blocks, six points and one ace; Karissa Gress – four kills, six digs, three blocks, three points and one ace; and Lindsay Griffith – seven digs. Ridgewood’s JV won as well against River View.

River View was led by: Ashley Newell – 11 kills and four blocks; Kayla Dulgar – seven kills, 22 assists and 17 digs; Ashlyn Bible – 19 digs; and Cayla Shrimplin – 16 digs.

On Sept. 8 the Lady Generals lost to Tusky Valley. Scores were 18-25, 10-25, and 22-25.

Ridgewood was led by: Madisyn Colvin – six kills, four digs, four points and one ace; Hannah Maust – five kills, three blocks and two aces; Kassidy Alexander – five digs, four points, and one ace; and Karissa Gress – two kills, one block, four points and two aces. Ridgewood’s JV team won their game.

Kilpatrick leads Generals

Ridgewood recently picked up a golf win against Claymont.

The Generals were led by Charlie Kilpatrick who was the medalist with a 39. He was followed by: Lexi Zimmer – 48; Cooper King – 50; Benny Shuck – 52; Zach Evin – 55; and Braden Bookless – 57.

On Sept. 8 the Generals fell to Hiland, 201 to 156. Individual scores for Ridgewood were: Charlie Kilpatrick – 40; Lexi Zimmer – 52; Cooper King 53; Benny Shuck – 56; Zach Evin – 58; and Braden Bookless – 59.

River View

John Glenn tops River View in golf

John Glenn’s boys golf team beat River View 169 to 221.

The Black Bear’s individual scores were: Austin Bahmer – 42; Coen Bible – 48; Josh Woolard – 64; and Thad Cox – 67.

Junior high golf team picks up win

On Sept. 9 the junior high Black Bears beat Garaway and Meadowbrook. Team scores were: River View – 191; Garaway – 206; and Meadowbrook – 249.

River View was led by: Gavin Gress – 40; Colton Gress – 42; Peyton Everhart – 54; Caleb Kline – 55; Rylan Everhart – 63; and Taylor Harstine – 65.

RVHS volleyball takes Maysville in 3 sets

River View High School’s varsity volleyball team downed Maysville in three sets by scores of 25-12, 25-10, and 25-18.

The Black Bears were led by Ashlyn Bible – seven aces; Cayla Shrimplin – seven digs; and Kayla Dulgar – seven kills and 11 assists.

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