Tuesday’s roundup

The Circleville volleyball team posted a 25-19, 25-15 and 25-22 Mid-State League Buckeye Division win on Tuesday over host Bloom-Carroll.
Kenzie McConnell put away 18 kills, served three aces, had a pair of solo blocks and also had 15 digs; Morgan Blakeman turned in 10 kills and 12 digs; Jayla Parsons dished out 19 assists and Gabby McConnell had 11 digs and nine digs; Cara Cooper contributed 12 digs and four kills, and Chandler Hayes and Parsons each added eight eight digs.
The Tigers (16-2, 10-1) host Liberty Union (14-4, 9-2) in a huge league match on Thursday.

Logan Elm 3,
Fairfield Union 1

Logan Elm bounced back from a first set loss on Tuesday to defeat visiting Fairfield Union 23-25, 25-23, 25-14 and 25-21 in an MSL-Buckeye match.
Arowynn Savage contributed 13 kills and eight digs; Maraya Neff had 10 kills and 18 digs; Aubrie Kimbrough tallied six kills; Makyla Kyre served four aces; Alex Heeter had eight digs, 12 assists and four aces; Rachel Hanley turned in two solo blocks; Carlee Reed dished out 16 assists and had 14 digs; Kaiya Elsea led the defense with 22 digs and Annie Karshner added 13 digs.

Girls Soccer
Columbus School For Girls 2,
Teays Valley 0

The Vikings hosted No. 18-ranked Columbus School for Girls Tuesday in non-league soccer action.
Although CSG had the better of the play, TV played a resilient first half. The best chance of the half came on a CSG corner kick just before halftime but they put their effort over the crossbar leaving things scoreless at the half.
The Vikings responded with a better effort and more physical play in the second half, but CSG would finally take the lead midway through the half as they cut inside from the endline and played a pass in front the Vikings goal to make it 1-0. Despite the scoreline, TV continued to battle hard but in the 77th minute CSG would make the final 2-0, after the initial ball was poked free inside the box from Annaleigh Jett and they finished their chance from close range.
In JV action, the Vikings defeated Logan Elm 1-0. Kyla Eplin finished a penalty kick for the Lady Vikings in the second half and Peyton Norman and the defense helped collect the shutout.
Girls Golf
Keplar advances to district

Teays Valley sophomore Audrey Keplar qualified for the district tournament as an individual on Tuesday by turning in a scoreboard of 80.
As a team, the Vikings finished sixth in a Division I Central District sectional at Mentel Memorial Golf Club with 393.
Ashton Anderson shot 96, Hayley Babcock had 103 and Isabella Crego shot 114. Also playing for TV was Sarah Laxton (131).
Boys Golf
Vikings conclude season

Teays Valley finished 12th on Tuesday with a team score of 345 at a Division I Central District sectional held at Turnberry Golf Club.
James Bush led the way with 80, followed by J.D. Lathem (85), Danny Crane (85) and Eli Gregg (95). Also playing for TV was Nate Conkel (95).

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