The Daily Blog

Saturday, October 1, 2022
Girls Soccer
Circleville 7, Westfall 0

Faith Yancey and Nilyn Cockerham each had a hat trick in the non-league win. Payton Ford added the other goal.
Emma Groff assisted on two of the goals and Makya Cockerham also had an assist.
Kylie McCain made a save for the Tigers (6-5-1), who continue non-league play on Monday when they host Unioto.

Fairfield Union 3, Amanda-Clearcreek 1
Boys Soccer
Fairfield Union 6, Amanda-Clearcreek 0

Volleyball
Teays Valley 3, Hilliard Darby 2

Morgan Keel distributed her 2,000th career assist in the win for the Vikings.

Friday, September 30, 2022
Football
Hamilton Township 44, Amanda-Clearcreek 21

Amanda-Clearcreek took its first lead of the season in the first quarter on Friday, but ultimately fell 44-21 to host Hamilton Township in a Mid-State League Buckeye Division game.
Landon Mills rushed for 56 yards on 12 carries and scored a touchdown for the Aces. Tommy Stai had nine carries for 62 yards and made two receptions for 31 yards.
Brennan Rich hit a trio of extra points for the Aces (0-7, 0-4), who host Teays Valley (4-3, 3-1) next week.

Thursday, September 29, 2022
Volleyball

Circleville 3, Logan Elm 0
25-14, 25-23, 25-15
Bloom-Carroll 3, Teays Valley 0
25-7, 25-13, 25-15
Hamilton Twp. 3, Amanda-Clearcreek 0
Fairfield Union defeated Liberty Union

Wednesday, September 28, 2022
Girls Soccer

Fairfield Union 4, Circleville 0
Tigers held the Falcons, who are top-ranked in the Southeast District and ranked 15th in Division II Ohio soccer, scoreless until 2:23 remaining in the first half.
Fairfield Union scored again with 20 minutes remaining to make it 2-0 and added two more goals.
Kyle McCain made 13 saves for the Tigers (5-5-1, 2-4), which hosts Westfall on Saturday for a non-league match. Girls first touch is at 1 p.m., followed by boys.

Amanda-Clearcreek 2, Hamilton Township 2

Boys Soccer
Logan Elm 1, Liberty Union 1
Gage Arnett scored for the Braves, assisted by Hussain Sharif.

Teays Valley 3, Franklin Heights 1

Hamilton Township 1, Amanda-Clearcreek 0

Tuesday, September 27, 2022
Volleyball

Unioto 3, Westfall 0
25-12, 26-24, 25-12

Logan Elm 3, Hamilton Township 2
21-25, 25-19, 23-25, 25-17, 15-10
Braves serve 19 aces
LE stats: Claire King 22 kills, four aces, four total blocks, 21 digs; Kaitlyn Fultz 10 kills; Kayleigh Adams 10 kills; Addison Smith nine kills; Breanne Williams eight aces, 42 assists; Lynsay VanHoose three aces, 36 digs; Ava Neff two solo blocks, two assisted; Hannah Rhoads nine assists

Amanda-Clearcreek 3, Teays Valley 1

Bloom-Carroll 3, Liberty Union 2
24-26, 20-25, 25-16, 25-11, 15-5

Monday, September 26, 2022
Girls Soccer

Athens 3, Logan Elm 0
Boys Soccer
Teays Valley 4, Briggs 1

Jackson 2, Logan Elm 0

Johnstown 4, Amanda-Clearcreek 1

Volleyball
Lancaster 3, Teays Valley 1

26-24, 21-25, 25-19 25-11

Saturday, September 24, 2022
Volleyball
Miami Trace 3, Logan Elm 0

25-20, 25-22, 25-13
LE stats: Ava Neff seven kills; Claire King seven kills, five total blocks, seven digs; Kaitlyn Fultz six kills, three total blocks; Addison Smith six kills; Lynsay VanHoose seven digs; Breanne Williams 18 assists

Thursday, September 22, 2022
Volleyball
Logan Elm 3, Teays Valley 2

19-25, 25-14, 25-15, 17-25, 15-11
LE stats: Claire King 21 kills, five assisted blocks; Addison Smith 13 kills; Kaitlyn Fultz seven kills; Hannah Rhoads six aces, 20 assists; Lynsay VanHoose three aces, 20 digs; Sadie Binkley three aces; Kayleigh Adams four assisted blocks; Breanne Williams seven digs, 25 assists

Circleville 3, Bloom-Carroll 1
25-19, 21-25, 25-12, 25-23

Hamilton Township 3, Fairfield Union 1

Westfall 3, Paint Valley 1
18-25, 25-20, 25-15, 25-16

Boys Golf
Bloom-Carroll wins MSL-Buckeye

Girls Golf
Westfall wins first-ever SVC title

Wednesday, September 21, 2022
Boys Golf
Mustangs conclude SVC season

Westfall finished the final Scioto Valley Conference match of the season in seventh on Wednesday at Jaycees Golf Club with 212 and fifth for the overall season with 34 points.
Jacob Hicks shot 50, Isaac Stevens tallied 52, Dalton Bush fired 53 and Sean Williams carded a 54. Also playing were Brian Schobeloch (61) and Jacob Smith (64).
Unioto won the match with a nine-hole score of 168 and finished the season as conference champion with 63 points, followed by Zane Trace (52), Piketon (51) and Adena (35).

Boys Soccer
Amanda-Clearcreek 3, Liberty Union 0
Goals by Cam Corey, Brennan Rich and Tyler Philiopoulos. Assists by Corey and Dalton Binkley.

Teays Valley 8, Circleville 0

Girls Soccer
Logan Elm 0, Fisher Catholic 0

Teays Valley 3, Circleville 0
Kylie McCain (CV) nine saves

Tuesday, September 20, 2022
Volleyball
Logan Elm 3, Amanda-Clearcreek 0

25-17, 25-14, 25-21
LE stats: Claire King 13 kills, four total blocks; Jill Ayers eight kills; Kaitlyn Fultz seven kills, three total blocks; Addison Smith nine kills; Lynsay VanHoose four aces, 13 digs; Breanne Williams seven digs, 17 assists; Hannah Rhoads six digs, 15 assists

Circleville 3, Hamilton Township 1

Bloom-Carroll 3, Fairfield Union 1
23-25, 25-17, 25-14, 25-10

Liberty Union 3, Teays Valley 2
25-22, 15-25, 21-25, 25-20, 15-11

Monday, September 19, 2022
Boys Golf
Tigers win five-team event

Circleville warmed up for the MSL-Buckeye postseason tournament later this week by winning a five-team non-league match on Monday.
The Tigers shot a nine-hole round of 168, followed by host Vinton County (180) and Wellston (182).
Reid Seimetz led the way with a 38 to earn medalist honors, Michael Fernandez shot 40, Garrett Brooks contributed 43 and Avery Ferrell turned in a 47.
The Tigers travel to Denison Golf Club on Thursday for the final league match of the season.

Fairfield Union 164, Logan Elm 175, Zane Trace 176
Grant Cline captured medalist honors for the Braves with a nine-hole tally of 36 on Monday at the Pickaway Country Club. He was followed by Will Higginbotham (40), Mason Gentry (48) and Graham Williams (51). The Braves join the Tigers at Denison on Thursday.

Girls Golf
Westfall 165,
Sheridan 190

Westfall hosted its final match of the season on Monday and defeated 2021 state qualifier Sheridan in a non-conference match at Crown Hill Golf Club.
Paige Weiss turned in an even-par-36 to claim medalist honors. Senior Emily Cook shot 38 and fellow senior Maddie Cook followed with 40. Alexa Oney rounded out scoring with a 51.
The Mustangs, now 24-2, travel to Pickaway Country Club on Tuesday and Chillicothe Jaycees on Thursday to complete Scioto Valley Conference play and aim to secure the first-ever conference girls golf championship.

Saturday, September 17, 2022
Girls Soccer

Logan Elm 1, Central Crossing 0
Sammi Mayhugh scored the lone goal of the match.

Amanda-Clearcreek 3, Bishop Ready 1

Circleville 3, McClain 1
Faith Yancey scored twice for the Tigers and Presley Coyan added the other tally against host McClain. Assists go to Payton Ford, Makya Cockerham and Yancey.
Sabrena Funk made a save in net for the Tigers (5-3-1), who next travel to Teays Valley on Wednesday for a league match.

Boys Soccer
Teays Valley 4, Lancaster 3

Amanda-Clearcreek 5, Bishop Ready 2

Thursday, September 15, 2022

Volleyball
Circleville 3, Teays Valley 0

29-27, 25-21, 25-14

Bloom-Carroll 3, Logan Elm 0
25-23, 25-23, 25-13
LE stats: Claire King nine kills, solo block, 10 digs; Kaitlyn Fultz five kills, six digs; Lynsay VanHoose 25 digs; Breanne Williams seven digs, 12 assists; Hannah Rhoads eight digs, nine assists

Amanda-Clearcreek 3, Fairfield Union 2

Zane Trace 3, Westfall 0
25-20, 27-25, 25-21

Girls Soccer
Logan Elm 4, Southeastern 0

Jenna Allison scores twice, and Katie Wilson and Brooklyn Hill also find back of the net for the Braves.

Girls Golf
Tigers defeat Bloom-Carroll

Circleville improved to 14-1 in MSL-Buckeye play.
Elaina Seeley captured medalist honors for an eighth time this season with a nine-hole tally of 36, Isabelle Perini shot 43, Izzy Seeley had 44 and Lexy Sharp shot 51.

Boys Golf
Westfall remains in fourth in SVC standings

Unioto won the sixth and seventh Scioto Valley Conference matches of the season on Thursday at the Portsmouth Elks to clinch the conference title before the final match of the season at Chillicothe Jaycees on Sept. 21.
On the front nine, Westfall’s Jacob Hicks shot 45, Jasiah Story had 48, and Isaac Stevens and Dalton Bush each turned in a 54. Also playing for Westfall were Brian Schobeloch and Sean Williams, who each shot a 55.
On the back nine, Hicks shot 45, Story had 48, and Stevens and Bush each shot 51. Williams had 58 and Schobeloch tallied 59.
Unioto has 55 overall points going into the final match. Zane Trace and Piketon are tied for second with 45 apiece, Westfall is in fourth with 32 and Adena follows in fifth with 30.

Wednesday, September 14, 2022
Boys Soccer

Amanda-Clearcreek 8, Harvest Prep 0
Bloom-Carroll defeated Circleville
Teays Valley 3, Fairfield Union 3
Girls Soccer
Fairfield Union 3, Teays Valley 0
Amanda-Clearcreek 3, Fisher Catholic 1
Bloom-Carroll defeated Circleville
Girls Tennis
Circleville 3, Logan 2

Boys Golf
SVC No. 5 at Big Beaver

Unioto 173, Zane Trace 174, Piketon 175, Westfall 192 out of eight teams
WF golfers: Jacob Hicks (41), Jasiah Story (48), Dalton Bush (50), Isaac Stevens (53). Also playing: Sean Williams (58) and Brian Schobeloch (60).
SVC standings: Unioto (39), Zane Trace (33), Piketon (31), Westfall (23) out of eight schools.

Tuesday, September 14, 2022

Girls Golf
Westfall 158,
Dublin Jerome 159

Marianna Packer drained a two-putt from 60-feet out on the ninth hole on Tuesday to lift Westfall past visiting Division I Dublin Jerome by a stroke at Crown Hill Golf Club.
Playing on their home course, the Mustangs shaved 16 strokes off their score from last week that edged out Circleville, also by a stroke, to repeat as Pickaway County champions.
“This week we talked about a goal of shooting 160 and also referenced what it might look like if three of our girls went in the 30s in the same match, and that’s exactly what happened,” Westfall coach Jonathan Barker said.
Paige Weiss drained three birdies during the nine-hole round to finish with a personal-best, two-under-par 34. Emily Cook followed with 37, Maddie Cook tallied 39 and Packer shot 48. Kathryn Lockhart also played and shot 58.
The Mustangs extended their winning streak to eight-straight and travel to Split Rock Golf Club on Friday to play Hamilton Township.

Volleyball
Circleville 3, Liberty Union 1

25-16, 25-27, 25-18, 25-18
CHS stats: Morgan Blakeman 19 kills, three aces, 18 digs; Cara Cooper seven kills, 35 digs; Chandler Hayes 24 digs; Gabby McConnell eight kills, 21 assists, 13 digs; Kayla Fleck two solo blocks; Maddie Blakeman 10 kills; Maggie Gibson 20 assists
Tigers had 13 kills against just three errors in opening set

Teays Valley 3, Hamilton Township 1
19-25, 25-22, 25-18, 25-14

Logan Elm 3, Fairfield Union 1
25-19, 19-25, 25-21, 25-20
LE stats: Claire King 10 kills, three blocks, seven digs; Addison Smith 1 kills; Ava Neff four kills; Lynsay VanHoose three aces, 15 digs; Breanne Williams three aces, 13 assists, 11 digs; Kaitlyn Fultz 2.5 blocks; Hannah Rhoads 16 assists; Sadie Binkley 11 digs

Bloom-Carroll 3, Amanda-Clearcreek 0
25-15, 25-19, 25-10

Adena 3, Westfall 0
25-15, 25-21, 25-20

Monday, September 12, 2022
Girls Soccer
Circleville 2, Miami Trace 0

Nilyn Cockerham scored twice for the Tigers on Monday in a non-league win over host Miami Trace.
Makaya Cockerham and Sabrena Funk each had an assist.
Kylie McCain made four saves to turn in her fourth clean sheet of the season for the Tigers (4-2-1).

Girls Golf
Tigers win on senior night

Circleville shot a nine-score score of 169 to earn a non-league win over visiting Southeastern on Monday at the Pickaway Country Club in honor of seniors Lexy Sharp and Claire Barthelmas.
Elaina Seeley earned medalist honors with 36, Isabelle Perini shot 41, Izzy Seeley had 44 and Lexy Sharp had a 48.

Boys Golf
Circleville 176, Logan Elm 177, Vinton County 192, Fairfield Union 192

Reid Seimetz turned in a medalist nine-hole tally of 39 to help lead Circleville on Monday to a quad match win at Pumpkin Vine Golf Club.
Michael Fernandez followed with 43, Garrett Brooks had 44 and Avery Ferrell tallied 50. Andrew Siembida (51) and Liam McConnell (57) also played for the Tigers.
Will Higginbotham and Grant Cline each shot 40 to pace Logan Elm, Judson Pollock turned in a 47 and Graham Williams had 50. Also playing for the Braves were CJ Jones (50) and Justin Marcum (55).

Volleyball
Logan Elm 3, Washington C.H. 0

25-18, 25-12, 25-23
LE stats: Claire King 15 kills, three aces; Addison Smith 10 kills; Kaitlyn Fultz seven kills; Hannah Rhoads five aces, 23 assists, 11 digs; Breanne Williams 16 assists; Lynsay VanHoose 15 digs; Sadie Binkley eight digs

Fairfield Union 3, Zanesville 0
25-9, 25-11 and 25-4.
FU stats: Christian Thompson led with 10 kills and 8 digs. Kayleana Hill and Nicole Terry had 5 kills each, while Hailey Hall was 24/24 serves with 5 aces.

Saturday, September 10, 2022
Volleyball

Teays Valley 3, Bishop Ready 2
25-17, 25-17, 22-25, 20-25, 17-15

Girls Soccer
Amanda-Clearcreek 1, Alexander 0

Thursday, September 8, 2022

Volleyball
Circleville 3, Amanda-Clearcreek 0

25-10, 25-18, 25-22
CHS stats: Cara Cooper seven kills, nine digs; Chandler Hayes three aces, 19 digs; Gabby McConnell five kills, three aces, 18 assists, 12 digs; Kayla Fleck two solo blocks; Maddie Blakeman eight kills; Morgan Blakeman 13 kills, 18 digs; Maggie Gibson nine assists; Natalie Keaton 15 digs


Logan Elm 3, Liberty Union 1
25-23, 16-25, 25-18, 25-21
LE stats: Claire King 19 kills, eight digs; Addison Smith 10 kills; Kaitlyn Fultz 10 kills; Lynsay VanHoose four aces, 21 digs; Breanne Williams 23 assists, 10 digs; Hannah Rhoads 17 assists, 11 digs


Fairfield Union 3, Teays Valley 2
25-21, 25-21 19-25, 19-25, 15-11
FU stats: Nicole Terry and Christian Thompson led in kills with 20 kills each and Carley Miller led in assists.


Bloom-Carroll 3, Hamilton Township 0
25-14, 26-24, 25-19

Huntington 3, Westfall 0

Boys Golf
Logan Elm 162, West Union 171, Western Brown 234

Grant Cline led the Braves to a non-league tri-match road win with a nine-hole score of 38 that also earned medalist honors. Judson Pollock turned in a 40 and Justin Marcum and Will Higginbotham each shot 42. Also playing were Graham Williams (50) and Mason Gentry (56)

Circleville 155,
Fairfield Christian 195

Circleville had four players turn in career-best evenings in a non-league win over visiting Fairfield Christian at the Pickaway Country Club.
Garrett Brooks led the way with a career-best nine-hole tally of 33 to earn medalist honors. Reid Seimetz also had a career-best 37, Michael Fernandez followed with 40 and Avery Ferrell had 45.
Also playing were Liam McConnell (career-best, 47), Andrew Siembida (career-best 51) and Harrison Bond (61).

Wednesday, September 7, 2022

Boys Soccer
Logan Elm 3, Circleville 0
Bloom-Carroll 11, Teays Valley 3
Zane Trace 4, Amanda-Clearcreek 1
Girls Soccer
Circleville 3, Logan Elm 0
Bloom-Carroll 3, Teays Valley 0
Amanda-Clearcreek 5, Zane Trace 0


Westfall alumnus Shawn Buescher was inducted last week into the West Jefferson Athletic Hall of Fame.
Buescher, who won the Bill McGaffney Award as Pickaway County’s top senior football player in 1991, took over as head football coach at West Jeff in 2002 and has guided the Roughriders to a 168-70 mark, including a 2-1 start to this season.
West Jeff has won nine league championships (six Mid-State League and three Ohio Heritage Conference), made 13 playoff appearances and played in 10 regional championship games, winning three, under Buescher’s tenure. He was named Division V Central District Coach of the Year in 2006 and 2017.
Buescher’s coaching tree includes Amanda-Clearcreek head coach Steve Daulton and Westfall head coach Logan Stepp, locally.

Tuesday, September 6, 2022
Circleville 176,
Liberty Union 205

The Tigers were in a sharing mood amongst themselves on Tuesday.
Garrett Brooks, Avery Ferrell, Michael Fernandez and Reid Seimetz each shot a nine-hole score of 44 to share medalist honors in a win over fellow Mid-State League Buckeye Division school Liberty Union.
Also playing for the Tigers were Liam McConnell (49) and Andrew Siembida (61).

Vikings finish seventh at Lancaster
James Bush led the way with a round of 84 to help Teays Valley to a seventh-place finish out of 14 schools on Tuesday at the Lancaster Country Club with a team score of 361.

DeSales topped the field with 300, followed by Grove City with 319.

Vance Hanger and Caden Sherman each followed with a 91 for the Vikings and Ashton Anderson chipped in a 95. Josiah Hegarty also played for the Vikings and finished with 104.

Girls Golf
Westfall 182,
Miami Trace 243

Paige Weiss turned in a nine-hole scorecard of 39 on Tuesday to earn medalist honors and help lead Westfall to a non-conference win over visiting Miami Trace at Crown Hill.
Emily Cook followed with 41, Maddie Cook shot 46 and Kathryn Lockhart turned in a personal-best tally of 56. Also playing for the Mustangs were Marianna Packer and Alexa Oney, who each shot 57.
The Mustangs improved to 14-2 on the season.

Volleyball
Fairfield Union 3, Liberty Union 0

25-21, 25-20 and 25-22
FU stats: Christian Thompson led the Falcons with 20 kills and 12 digs. Emily Burke had 12 assists and Carley Miller had 11 assists, while Kayleana Hill added 6 kills and Nicole Terry had 8 kills.
The Falcons are 4-3 overall and 2-1 in league play.

Circleville 3,
Logan Elm 0

25-20, 25-21, 28-26

Bloom-Carroll 3, Teays Valley 0
25-14, 25-17, 25-15

Westfall 3, Piketon 0
25-18, 25-22, 25-22
WF stats: Aubrey Clark 7 kills 4 total blocks; Lauryn Blackburn 5 kills, 5 digs; Tara Wolfe 4 kills, 6 digs; Adrian Moehl 4 kills; Reese Moehl 4 aces; Karli Thornton 4 total blocks; Leah Johnston 6 digs; Jaylyn Wippel 12 assists, 6 digs; Ava Heath 5 digs

Sunday, September 4, 2022
Football

The out-of-conference portion of the schedule is now over in both the Mid-State League Buckeye Division and Scioto Valley Conference and the results are in.

The MSL-Buckeye went 12-11 in non-league play. The league’s 12 wins came against schools with a combined nine wins. The best non-league win was Bloom-Carroll’s 35-0 running clock rout of Jonathan Alder (2-1), who’s wins coming into the game were against 0-3 Amanda-Clearcreek and 0-3 Buckeye Valley.

Alder, typically a solid mid-division program, went an un-Alderlike 6-5 last year under a new coach and with a young roster. Expectations are higher in Plain City this year, so this should be a win that ages well.

Bloom-Carroll had the toughest non-league game in the division with its 20-7 season-opening loss to Harvest Prep, a returning state semifinalist in Division V. The Warriors also beat Bishop Hartley and Eastmoor Academy to enter MSL-Ohio Division play unbeaten.

Of the MSL-Buckeye’s 11 losses, those teams have a combined 26 wins, including unbeaten Unioto and Zane Trace (more on them later) and New Lexington. Chillicothe, coached by former Westfall and Logan Elm boss Scott Bartholomew, leads a series of 2-1 schools with at least one win over the MSL-Buckeye. The Cavaliers are coming off a 17-14 loss last week to Division I Westerville North.

The SVC posted a 14-10 record out-of-conference. Those 14 wins came against schools with a combined 11 wins. The best wins for the conference came over Waverly (2-1), a 48-27 statement win for unbeaten Unioto, and Logan Elm (2-1), a 25-13 win for 3-0 Zane Trace.

Unioto opened the season with a 21-6 win over Vinton County (1-2), a team expected to contend for the Tri-Valley Conference Ohio Division crown but is off to a bit of a surprising start to the season. We’ll see how that win ages.

The SVC’s 10 losses came against schools with a combined 20 wins, nine of those coming from unbeaten Circleville defeating Huntington, Southeastern and Westfall to open the season.

Paint Valley had the strongest out-of-conference slate for its size (Division VI), playing returning Division VI state semifinalist West Jefferson (2-1) and Division III Washington Court House (2-1). West Jeff was hard-hit by graduation but should still have another solid season this season. Washington Court House has a dynamic offense, featuring Kentucky bound tight end Tanner Lemaster. The Blue Lions were able to hang with returning Division III regional runner-up Western Brown in a 54-40 Week 2 loss.

Washington Court House is expected to challenge Chillicothe and Jackson for Frontier Athletic Conference supremacy this season.

Thursday, September 1, 2022
Volleyball

Circleville 3, Fairfield Union 0
Hamilton Township 3, Logan Elm 1
25-20, 18-25, 25-15, 27-25
LE stats: Claire King 18 kills, 3 total blocks, 11 digs; Ava Neff 9 kills; Kayleigh Adams 6 kills; Breanne Williams 27 assists, 16 digs; Hannah Rhoads 19 assists; Lynsay VanHoose 26 digs; Sadie Binkley 17 digs
Bloom-Carroll 3, Liberty Union 0
25-17, 25-23, 25-11
Unioto 3, Westfall 2
21-25, 25-18, 21-25, 25-19, 15-10
WF stats: Lauryn Blackburn 17 kills, 22 digs; Aubrey Clark 7 kills, 5 total blocks; Tara Wolfe 4 kills; Jaylyn Wippel 5 aces, 25 assists; Ava Heath 4 aces, 18 digs; Karli Thornton 3 total blocks, 9 digs, 14 assists

Wednesday, August 31, 2022
Boys Soccer

Amanda-Clearcreek 6, Circleville 0
Teays Valley 9, Logan Elm 0
Westfall 2, Leesburg Fairfield 2
Girls Soccer
Teays Valley 2, Logan Elm 0
Amanda-Clearcreek 2, Circleville 1
Leesburg Fairfield 11, Westfall 1

Tuesday, August 30, 2022
Volleyball

Teays Valley 3, Logan Elm 2
25-18, 15-25, 20-25, 25-17, 15-11
LE stats: Claire King 18 kills; Ava Neff 7 kills; Kaitlyn Fultz 6 kills; Lynsay VanHoose 5 aces, 35 digs; Hannah Rhoads 20 assists, 12 digs; Breanne Williams 17 assists, 10 digs; Sadie Binkley 12 digs

Fairfield Union 3, Hamilton Township 0
26-24, 25-19 and 25-19
FU stats: Emily Burke with 17 kills, Hailey Hall with 19 digs, Nicole Terry with 9 kills and Carley Miller with 20 assists.

Bloom-Carroll 3, Circleville 0
25-14, 25-17, 25-10

Liberty Union 3, Amanda-Clearcreek 1
25-14, 25-17, 17-25, 25-17

Westfall 3, Paint Valley 1
25-21, 25-19, 18-25, 25-23