Saturday’s roundup

Boys Soccer
Teays Valley 1,
Newark 0

Reese Sauerbrun turned in a clean sheet that included eight saves to help Teays Valley to a 1-0 non-league win on Saturday over visiting Newark.
Drew Dean scored the lone goal of the match.
The Vikings host Heath on Tuesday for another non-league encounter.

New Hope 2,
Dominion Academy 1

Marek McCallister and Ethan Engen each scored a goal for New Hope on Saturday in a 2-1 victory over host Dominion Academy.
Caleb Heidish and Connor Engen assisted on the scoring tallies for the Statesmen, and JT Taylor made five saves.

Bloom-Carroll 5,
Logan Elm 0

Braden Sabine made 12 saves in a tough 5-0 Mid-State League Buckeye Division loss to visiting Bloom-Carroll.
The Braves (4-4) continue league play on Wednesday at Hamilton Township.

Circleville 7,
Westfall 0

Max Brooks turned in a hat trick on Saturday to send Circleville to a 7-0 non-league win over visiting Westfall.
Garrett Brooks followed with a pair of goals, and Skylar Mitchell and Wil Bullock rounded out the scoring for the red-and-black.
Bullock also recorded a pair of assists, followed by Paydon Dillon and Will Buitendorp also each recording an assist.
Jacob Scott turned in a clean sheet with two saves for the Tigers, who resume Mid-State League Buckeye Division play on Wednesday at Teays Valley.


Girls Soccer
Logan Elm 6,
Miami Trace 2

Sydney Spires led a strong scoring attack with two goals in a 6-2 non-league win on Saturday for Logan Elm over host Miami Trace.
Riley Schultz scored a goal and assisted on three others, and Sophie Stonerock, Samantha Mayhugh and Katie Wilson each chipped in a goal.
Liv Adams recorded three saves for the Braves (3-1-3), who travel to Athens on Monday to continue non-league play.

Circleville 3,
Westfall 0

Nilyn Cockerham scored a hat trick on Saturday to send Circleville to a 3-0 non-league win over visiting Westfall.
Faith Yancey assisted on two of Cockerham’s goals and Makayla Coyan turned in the other assist.
“Overall very physical, hard-fought game on both sides. We struggled early but settled in later in the first half to take a 1-0 lead into halftime,” Circleville coach Joe Stitt said. “We were able to start controlling more of the play in the second half, putting more passes together.”
Abby Dengler turned in a clean sheet with three saves for the Tigers, who host Logan Elm on Wednesday for a Mid-State League Buckeye Division match.

Volleyball
Logan Elm 3,
Piketon 0

Logan Elm earned a 26-24, 25-13 and 25-17 non-league win on Saturday over host Piketon.
Arowynn Savage recorded eight kills, three aces and 16 digs; Carly King had six kills; Maraya Neff contributed five kills and eight digs; Annie Karshner turned in five kills; Carlee Reed served three aces, distributed 11 assists and added nine digs; Alex Heeter dished out 12 assists and Kaiya Elsea led the defense with 18 digs.
The Braves (3-5) continue non-league play on Monday at Miami Trace.

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