Tuesday’s roundup

The Teays Valley girls cross country team had five runners place in the top 10 on Tuesday to total 21 points and win the Pickaway County Championship at Circleville.
Top runners for the Vikings included Megan Bush (first, 19:45); Karoline Pees (second, 19:46); Brooke Guisinger (third, 20:49); Lindsey Triplett (fifth, 21:21) and Evie Layton (10th, 23:38).
Circleville finished second with 47 points.
Leading runners for the Tigers included Ellie Patrick (fourth, 21:03); Lily Winter (sixth, 21:25); Gretchen Search (eighth, 23:14); Aly Hatfield (13th, 25:07) and Addison Lowe (22nd, 27:37)
Logan Elm was third with 65 points.
Top runners for the Braves included Tayla Tootle (seventh, 22:42); Karlee Thomas (ninth, 23:20); Kaleigh Spires (17th, 26:50); Brooklyn Bryant (23rd, 27:43) and Ally Cotton (24th, 28:07).
Westfall took fourth with 99 points.
Leading runners for the Mustangs included Makalie Crabtree (19th, 27:18); Grace Johnson (25th, 28:08); Ali White (26th, 28:59); Kendra Lindsey (28th, 30:33) and Isabella McBride (29th, 32:31).
The Teays Valley boys also won a county championship, amassing 25 points.
Top runners for the Vikings included Zach Goldsmith (second, 17:11); Carson Weiss (third, 17:26); Kyle Dennis (fifth, 17:43); Joey Williams (seventh, 18:06) and Jerry O’Dell (eighth, 18:16).
Logan Elm was second with 47 points.
Leading runners for the Braves included Ian Shaeffer (fourth, 17:33); Brock Evans (sixth, 17:56); Drew Tomlinson (10th, 18:40); Trace Smith (15th, 18:58) and Jason Springer (20th, 19:31).
Circleville took third with 63 points.
Top runners for the Tigers included Colton Pinkerton (first, 16:17); Ryan Roy (17th, 19:05); Zach Buitendrop (18th, 19:08); Brandon Patrick (23rd, 20:06) and Preston Hulse (24th, 20:08).
Westfall was fourth with 118 points.
Leading runners for the Mustangs included Aiden Blevins (29th, 20:54); Joe Elder (43rd, 23:02); Jackson Thomas (46th, 24:47); Lance Chalk (48th, 25:28) and Jerry Layton (49th, 27:22).
Girls Tennis
Logan Elm 4,
Circleville 1

Logan Elm swept the singles courts on Tuesday en route to a 4-1 Mid-State League Buckeye Division win over host Circleville.
Keller Clouse defeated Circleville’s Taylor Fulgham 6-1 and 6-1 at first singles, Logan Elm’s Ella Bennington scored a 6-1 and 6-0 win at second singles over Gracie Riddick and LE teammate Hope Akers beat Curry 6-1 and 6-0 at third singles.
The LE second doubles team of Casie Gaskin and Jerica Platz earned a 6-2 and 6-0 decision against Stafford and Bachman.
Emma Shaw and Kara Hinton scored the lone point for the Tigers with a 6-1 and 6-3 victory at first doubles over Brooke Anderson and Erin Gaskin.
Circleville 3,
Amanda-Clearcreek 0

Circleville closed the first round of MSL-Buckeye play on Tuesday with a 25-18, 25-12 and 25-22 win over visiting Amanda-Clearcreek.
Kenzie McConnell turned in 19 kills, three aces, 14 digs and two solo blocks; Morgan Blakeman tallied 12 kills and eight digs; Jayla Parsons dished out 22 assists; Gabby McConnell had 10 assists and 17 digs and Cara Cooper served five aces and also had 17 digs.
The Tigers (11-1, 7-0) host Hamilton Township on Thursday for a league match.
Girls Soccer
Teays Valley 11,
West Muskingum 0

The Vikings hosted West Muskingum Tuesday evening and were able to strike early and often.
Sophomore Gabby Wehrlin curled her shot inside the back post in the 9th minute for her first of two goals on the night, to give TV the lead. Twelve minutes later Brooke Zealer would get her first of two goals as well after finishing a cross from Brooke Jacob, who had four assists on the night.
Five minutes later Jacob would connect again, this time with Aimee Watson finishing to make it 4-0. In the 31st minute junior Shea Perin took a corner kick from Jacob and struck a great volley finding the back of the net.
Ten minutes into the second half Watson would get her second of the night as finished a cross from Kassidy Lange. Lange would score four minutes later as she struck on a cross from Zealer. In the 69th minute freshman Calli Henderson found Makayla Lange with a cross and Lange slipped her effort into the back of the net. In the 78th minute sophomore Makayla Brill would finish a cross from Lange to make the final 11-0.

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