POWHATAN — The Magnolia golf team made history Tuesday afternoon.
The Blue Eagles — by virtue of their round of 341 — won the inaugural Mid Ohio Valley League Championship — in any sport — at the Clair-Mar Golf Course.
Magnolia finished 23 shots ahead of Frontier, which is in its first season of golf. The Cougars posted a 364 to finish second. Monroe Central was third at 376.
The Blue Eagles placed three players on the all-league team and produced the tournament’s medalist in senior standout Trey Blain, who posted a solid round of 79.
Blain, who was the runnerup at last week’s OVAC Tournament, overcame a rough front 9 by virtue of posting a 1-over, 36 on the back. He birdied the 18th to get the score in the 70s.
Alex Parker and Alex Milliken were the next two low scores for Magnolia. They finished with an 83 and 84, respectively. Faith Yoho rounded out their scorers with a 95.
Frontier’s Carter Satterfield, Monroe Central’s Austin Sloan and Bridgeport’s Cooper Dulesky all signed for an 87 to tie for fourth place. Shadyside’s Nico Bumba (88) and Lucas Reed (89) both earned all-league accolades as well.
The event also featured girls players from three schools. Shadyside’s Grace Green was the low score among the females with an 88. River’s Autumn Ensinger was second with a 95. Both were also named all-league.
John Marshall 167, Fort Frye 175
BEVERLY — Matthew Douglas shot a 39 to lead John Marshall past Fort Frye at the Par 35 Lakeside Golf Course.
Adam Miller carded a 42, while Monarchs teammates Mason Orndorff and Colton Spowls each had a 43.
Ethan Krooker and Bryce Schilling paced the Cadets with a 39.
Fort Frye 201, John Marshall 210
BEVERLY — Ella Keffer’s 42 was the top score as Fort Frye edged John Marshall.
Lakyn Parker and Bethany Schaber shot 52s for the Monarchs. Lauren Tekely and Sydney Coss each carded a 53.
Wheeling Park 6, John Marshall 0
GLEN DALE — Ellie Reasbeck came off the bench and scored two goals as Wheeling Park shut out John Marshall.
Morgan Stauver supplied a goal and assist for the Patriots.
Faith Mealy, Emma Delk and Loryn Ramsey also found the back of the net for the Patriots while Mia Zecca, Gracey Hanna and Adlie Abraham all dished out assists.
Jillian Blair made three saves while KerriganWagner had two.
Isabella Anderson had 22 saves for the Monarchs.
St. Clairsville 1, Buckeye Local 1
ROGERS — Macy Malin scored for St. Clairsville and Chansyn Hoppel scored on a penalty kick for Beaver Local as the teams battled to a draw and split the Buckeye 8 championship.
Keeper Jaeda Nowak finished with 14 saves for the Red Devils.
Steubenville 2, Weir 0
STEUBENVILLE — Steubenville controlled much of the possession time and more than tripled Weir’s shot output in a shutout victory.
Anastasia Crisante and Mary Marshall scored for Big Red (6-2), while Zoe Concera stopped five shots.
Alexis Adams made 15 saves for the Red Riders (5-4-1).
Weir 2, Brooke 0
WEIRTON — Undefeated Weir won its seventh straight game behind goals from Joe Iafrate and Aden Munoz in a victory against rival Brooke.
Jonathan Howard made eight saves to earn a shutout for the Red Riders (9-0-1).
Andrew Coursin stopped seven shots for the Bruins (3-7-1).
Wheeling Park 328, North Marion 347, South Side Beaver 363, Burgettstown 374, Brooke NS
STEUBENVILLE — Led by Noah Seivertson, Wheeling Park secured a victory over North Marion, South Side Beaver, Burgettstown and Brooke.
Seivertson carded a 73 to pace the Patriots while James Salvatore had an 81.
Ryan Bilby continued his impressive season with another medalist finish. The Brooke standout carded a one-under-par 72.
Wheeling Park d. Morgantown
25-17, 25-22, 25-16
WHEELING — Ally Franko had 13 kills and seven digs as Wheeling Park defeated Morgantown in straight sets.
Anya Ritz had 39 assists for the Patriots while Leah Gaudino tallied 14 kills.
River d. Bellaire
25-22, 25-23, 23-25, 25-22
HANNIBAL — Katie Straub scored 17 points (six aces to go along with 13 kills and 19 digs as River downed Bellaire.
Lacey Cordery had 28 kills with five points and three aces for the Pilots, Myla Ivey had 16 digs and Rilyn Haught added 10 kills. Emily Taylor chipped in with 11 digs, seven points and two aces.
St. Clairsville d. Edison
25-20, 25-17, 25-20
ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Chloe Biancarelli had 18 assists and three aces, Shae Brookover added 14 assists and St. Clairsville swept Edison.
Paige Sefskick added nine kills, five digs and an ace, Alexis Thorbun had six kills and six digs, Lydia Wees added eight kills and Sydney Porter six for the Red Devils.
Martins Ferry d. Bridgeport
25-16, 21-25, 25-19, 22-25, 16-14
MARTINS FERRY — Ava Doyle led the way with 18 points (six aces), 12 kills, 13 blocks and 40 digs as Martins Ferry won a five-set battle against Bridgeport.
Rylie Doyle added 50 digs to go with 10 points, nine assists and an ace. Lakyn Goff had 36 digs, six points, four fills, three aces and two blocks for the Purple Riders.
Parkersburg Catholic d. Tyler Consolidated
25-21, 23-25, 21-25, 25-20, 15-11
MIDDLEBOURNE — Regan Smith continued her solid season with 13 points (two aces), 14 digs, 10 kills, 13 assists and two blocks, but Tyler Consolidated was defeated in five sets.
Steubenville Catholic d. Weir
25-20, 25-18, 16-25, 26-25
STEUBENVILLE — Theresa Bahen paced Steubenville Catholic (8-5) with 18 points, nine kills, four aces, one block and 16 digs in a victory against Weir. A
nna Godich had 12 points, nine kills, 20 assists, an ace, two blocks and 13 digs. Katelynn Dorsey compiled 15 points, a kill and 55 digs. Edy Harold recorded two points, eight kills, an assist, one block and 19 digs.
Harrison Central d. Barnesville
25-20, 25-15, 25-14
CADIZ — Kobey Johnson had eight aces, seven digs and four kills for Harrison Central in a sweep of Barnesville.
Maddy Butler compiled eight digs and three kills. Becca Banks had four kills, while Lexi Ferguson added 17 assists.
Paden City d. Hundred
Paden City d. Frontier
PADEN CITY — Tanley McEldowney combined for13 digs, three assists and four kills as Paden City won a tri-match against visiting Hundred and Frontier.
Mallory Yeater combined for 10 points, four aces, four kills, 23 assists and nine digs. Hope Weber added 17 points seven aces, 18 kills, three assists and five digs for the Wildcats.