Wednesday’s roundup

Circleville put together a nearly flawless third set on Wednesday to finish off a 25-8, 25-13 and 25-1 win over visiting River Valley in a Division II Southeast District sectional semifinal tilt.
The Tigers (20-2) had 12 kills in the third set with zero errors on offense.
Kenzie McConnell put away 16 kills and also had two solo blocks and nine digs; Morgan Blakeman turned in four kills, five aces, two solo blocks and eight digs; Zoey Ferguson had four kills; Jayla Parsons dished out 24 assists; Gabby McConnell served three aces and also had three kills; Cara Cooper scooped up eight digs and Chandler Hayes had six.
Circleville hosts Unioto on Saturday for a sectional final.
Waverly 3,
Logan Elm 2

Waverly held off a rally from visiting Logan Elm on Wednesday to capture a 25-16, 25-22, 11-25, 22-25 and 15-7 sectional semifinal win.
Arowynn Savage paced the Braves with 17 kills, four aces and 13 digs; Maraya Neff had nine kills and seven digs; Aubrie Kimbrough turned in seven kills and eight digs; Makyla Kyre served five aces; Carlee Reed had three aces, dished out 14 assists and had 12 digs; Alex Heeter distributed 22 assists; Kaiya Elsea led the defense with 35 assists.
The Braves (7-15) host Amanda-Clearcreek today in a Mid-State League Buckeye Division makeup.
Girls Soccer
Olentangy Berlin 6,
Teays Valley 0

Teays Valley traveled to Olentangy Berlin Wednesday to open sectional tournament play in girls soccer. The Vikings had a big task in front of them facing the 17th-seeded Bears but were able to hang tough throughout the first 20 minutes. Berlin would finally break the deadlock and less than two minutes later double their lead. The Bears would find the back of the net once more making the halftime score 3-0.
Teays Valley battled throughout much of the second half but the Bears would find three more goals leaving the final 6-0.
“We faced a tough team tonight and give them credit as they deserved it,” said TV coach Jason Herbert. “It’s always tough no matter how the season ends but we’re proud of what we continue to build as a program and very proud of the imprint our four seniors Jozie, Makayla, Jordan and Addie have left on our program.”
The four seniors were part of one of the most successful seasons in the program’s last twelve years as sophomores. They are also the first class in program history to earn the United Soccer Coaches Association’s national team academic award all four years of high school.

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