DRESDEN — Visiting River View scored two quick goals to open the second half and held off Tri-Valley for a 3-2 win in Muskingum Valley League boys soccer on Tuesday.
Remington Graham got the Black Bears on the board first, but Gael Oseguera answered for the Scotties later in the first half, as the game was tied at 1 at the break.
Yuvi Bastola added a goal in the second half for Tri-Valley, while no other information was available on River View.
Philo 2, Coshocton 1: Brent McManes scored both of the Electrics' goals, and Hunter Wallace made five saves for the winners.
No leaders were available for Coshocton.
John Glenn 7, West Muskingum 0: The Muskies shut out the visiting Tornadoes to stay unbeaten in MVL play, but no other information was available.
Morgan 5, New Lexington 1: The host Raiders topped the Panthers in league play, but no other information was available.
Maysville 7, Sheridan 0: The host Panthers led 4-0 at the half in a MVL win, but no other information was available.
Sheridan advances to district: Reed Coconis shot a team-best 82, as the Generals finished third after totaling 345 in the Division II sectional at Chillicothe Jaycees.
Cooper Winders added an 83, Blake Turnes carded an 86 and Adam Saffell posted a 94 to round out the Sheridan scoring, while Cael Dowdell had 98. Coconis tied for sixth overall and Winders placed ninth.
Fairfield Union won the team title with 319 with Circleville second at 338, as the top five teams and five individuals on non-qualifying teams advanced to next week's district at Crown Hill. Chillicothe Unioto was fourth (349) and Vincent Warren fifth (360).
New Lexington was 11th (381) out of 16 teams, as Brody Agriesti had an 88 to pace the Panthers. Hunter Heavener chipped in a 94, Drew Barnette a 98 and Caden Gibson a 101 to round out the scoring. Brandon Stevenson had 102.
Fairfield Union's Ty Fisher and Unioto's Charlie Lewis shared medalist honors at 77. Other individual qualifiers were Alexander's Stanley Viny with an 84, Logan Elm's Grant Cline and Zane Trace's Jon Grondolsky Jr. with 85s, McClain's David Edwards with an 86 and Logan Elm's Graham Williams with an 87.
Philo's Mortimer nabs district berth: The Electrics' Brianna Mortimer earned one of six individual district berths, posting a 91 in the Division II sectional tournament at Carroll Meadows.
The top six teams and six individuals on non-qualifying teams earned berths to the district meet.
The Electrics came in 16th (471), as Taiylor Winland had 115, Grace Hargraves 116 and Alaina Wahl 149.
West Muskingum placed 11th (452) with Isabella Henderson shooting 107, Mackenzie Henderson 110, Jessica Shawger 111 and Emma Sprankle 124. Regan Davis also had 150, while Morgan's Emma Miller posted a 106.
Garaway won the team title with 322 behind medalist Sammi Miller's 74, while Carrollton was second (351), River View third (378), Tusky Valley fourth (390), Claymont fifth (406) and Fort Frye sixth (413).
Paige Nicely led the Lady Bears with an 80, while Caily Shriver shot 95, Kortnee Mickle 98 and Chloey Geog 105.
Malvern's Lauren Brown (78), St. Clairsville's Olivia Baker (82), West Holmes' Kenzie Woods (85), Barnesville's Breanna Flood (87) and Harrison Central's Kaily Banal (89) also earned individual berths.
Tri-Valley 18, 25, 16, 25, 15, John Glenn 25, 18, 25, 23, 7: Eva Dittmar contributed 21 kills and Lexi Howe chipped in 18 kills and 17 digs with 12-of-12 serving, as the host Scotties (12-4) rallied past the Muskies in Big School Division play.
Ingrid Dittmar ran the offense, setting up 38 assists, Sami Cameron made five blocks and Annika Collett four blocks, Caity Journey made 12 digs and went 11-of-11 serving and Kenzie Albertson was 23-of-24 serving with two aces for the winners.
Aleea Musselman totaled six kills and 10 digs and Emma Dolan added five kills, seven aces, three digs and two blocks to pace the Muskies (7-9, 5-6). Hannah DeMattio chipped in five kills, three digs and five blocks, Lauren Blair 23 assists and 13 digs, Kara Fields three kills and seven blocks, Graceann Hitchcock 10 digs, Sarah Wayne eight digs and Emma Briggs seven kills, four aces, 11 digs and two blocks in the loss.
John Glenn reserves (6-10, 5-6) lost 25-14, 25-12. Hannah Chrisman had four digs and Sophia Derry two kills for the Muskies. John Glenn freshmen (5-5, 5-3) also lost 25-19, 25-17, as Addi Babcock had 10 digs, two aces and five assists, Faith Hayes five aces and nine digs, Lily Jefferis six digs and Addison Moore three aces and three digs. No leaders were reported for Tri-Valley.
New Lexington 25, 25, 25, Coshocton 21, 21, 22: Jerilynn Koehler tallied 17 kills with five digs and Chloe Dick added eight kills and six digs to lead the Panthers' sweep of the Lady 'Skins in Small School action.
Lizzie Ellis passed out 37 assists, Nora Duperow had seven kills and five digs and Trinity Cook made seven digs with two kills for New Lex (13-2, 9-2).
Leading the 'Skins (11-5, 7-4) were Jalynn West, who dished out 29 assists to go along with nine digs and four kills, Lindsay Bryant, who had nine kills and seven digs, Kenidi Jackson who collected seven kills and four digs and Miyah Davis, who led the defense with 14 digs.
In the reserve contest, New Lex defeated Coshocton 25-10, 25-14, as Caroline Dupler had six kills, four digs and two blocks and Jorja Burkhart 14 assists. Coshocton (5-10) was led by Jaeli Tiedt with six assists and Maggie Laaper with four kills.
Sheridan 25, 25, 25, Maysville 7, 13, 11: Jamisyn Stinson collected 17 kills with five digs and two blocks and Reagan Davis contributed 11 digs and 17-of-17 serving with two aces, leading the Generals (11-3, 10-1) past the Panthers in Big School action.
Nora Saffell and Alyssa Ward added seven kills apiece, Alexis Bradley 27 assists and eight digs, Halle Warner seven kills, four digs and 12-of-12 serving and Ava Heller five kills.
Olivia McPeek tallied nine assists and three digs, Laurya Clark five digs and Haylee Cornett two kills to lead Maysville.
Sheridan reserves (11-3, 10-1) won 25-10, 25-7 behind six kills and four digs from Addison Grosse; 13 assists, three digs and 8-of-8 serving by Lilly Talbot; 18-of-18 serving with six digs, four aces and four kills from Madison Hupp; and 9-of-9 serving by Maddie Stoltz. Laikyn Clark had three digs and Ashtyn Merlo two kills for Maysville.
Sheridan freshman (13-2, 7-1) won 25-6, 25-17, as Hayden Goodfellow had six digs and two aces, Ella Thomas 10 assists, four digs and three kills and Ellen Schein five aces and three digs. Chesney Carter made eight digs and Dorothy Patterson added three aces and three kills for Maysville.
Morgan 25, 25, 25, Crooksville 20, 18, 9: Evelyn Newton hit 13 kills and Ashtyn Filkins made 20 digs, leading the Raiders to a Small School Division win.
Odessa Smith added 15 digs and three kills, Chloe Baker had 23 assists and 15 digs, Blair Clawson dug out 13 attacks with seven kills and Abigail Brown chipped in six digs to lead Morgan.
Maelee Collins totaled 16 digs, Brynn Lundell had five digs and three kills with 7-of-7 serving, Taisia Riggs had seven digs and six assists and Mylee Moorehead went 10-of-10 serving for the Ceramics (2-13, 1-10).
Morgan reserves won 19-25, 25-18, 25-11, as Myleigh Williams tallied 15 digs, Klaire Cain 12 digs, four kills and three aces, Riley Cunningham 11 digs and Paige Lanning six kills, five digs and five aces. Kamdyn Hall had 17 digs, Erica Flood 14 assists and four digs, Alexia Van Meter and Alexis Eyman 10 digs apiece and Mylee Davis five kills for the Ceramics.
River View 25, 25, 25, Philo 11, 9, 13: Kayla Dulgar collected 15 kills, 14 assists, eight digs and three aces, along with 100% serving, as the Lady Bears (10-7, 7-5) took down the visiting Electrics (5-11, 4-8).
Cayla Shrimplin tallied 10 digs with 100% serving, Bailey Laudick had seven kills, eight digs and 100% serving, Haley Balo chipped in eight kills, four aces and three blocks, Brittany Henderson had 14 assists and Alivia Spaulding added eight kills.
Aleigha Busse tallied four kills, three digs, three aces and two blocks to lead Philo, while Brooklyn Ferrell had six digs, Olivia Fink five kills, Addyson Khune eight assists and Olivia Winland eight digs and two kills.
Philo reserves won 25-18, 25-23 behind Fink with four kills and eight digs, Halli Harris 10 assists and two aces, Parker Hina 12 digs, three kills and 100% serving, Lauren Morehouse six kills and Makenna Staker nine digs, three aces, two kills and 100% serving. Shaelyn Yoder, Riah Fox and Jenna Shoults had four points each for River View.
Meadowbrook 25, 25, 25, West Muskingum 7, 6, 11: The visiting Colts improved to 14-2 overall and 11-0 in the MVL with a sweep of the Tornadoes.
Camden Black paced Lady Colts with 15 points and 10 kills, while Kendyl Cannon added 11 points, seven kills and three blocks and Megan DeVillez tallied 11 points and 11 kills. Taylor Sichina finished with seven points and six kills and Ella Jefferis contributed six points, four digs and a team-high 32 assists.
No leaders were available for the Tornadoes.
Cambridge 25, 25, 25, Zanesville 8, 12, 22: Ryan Dunning hit 12 kills and Kylie Taylor served eight aces with 13 digs and five kills to lead the Bobcats past the Lady Devils.
Abby Mann was 15-of-16 serving with five aces and five digs and Kaitlyn Biddle added 12 assists for Cambridge.
No leaders were available for Zanesville.
This article originally appeared on Zanesville Times Recorder: HS Roundup: Rally falls short for Tri-Valley boys soccer