WEIRTON — The Catholic Central volleyball team defeated Weir High in four sets on the road Thursday.
The Crusaders got 16 kills from Clara Symington, 13 digs from Giana Scugoza, 11 assists from Haley Cherepko and four aces from Jayda Jones.
Central is scheduled to play Big Red Saturday at noon.
Creek sweeps Harrison Central
CADIZ — The Indian Creek volleyball team had a successful trip to Cadiz Thursday, sweeping Harrison Central 25-14, 25-18, 25-22.
For Creek, Olivia Wukelic had eight digs, two aces, 15 kills and two blocks, Gracie Francis four kills and four blocks, Tori Robertson six kills and a block, Carley Penner nine assists, two kills and an ace, Brooke Grant 11 assists and a dig and Jordan Hiles seven digs and three aces.
The Huskies’ McKayla Dunkle had nine kills, eight points and four blocks to lead the way, while Maddy Butler had 26 digs and Logan Johnson added 16 assists.
Creek is scheduled to play Oak Glen on Tuesday, while the Huskies are set to travel to East Liverpool Monday.
Blue Dons pull away from Edison
WEIRTON — The Madonna girls soccer topped Edison on Thursday, 8-0, at the J.C. Williams Complex.
Gabriella Spickard scored in the second and sixth minutes for an early lead, Jenna Costello had two goals and an assist, Kristina Lesho had a goal and an assist, while Angelina Spickard and Onna Welsh each recorded a goal for the Blue Dons.
Julia Wingett made one save for Madonna. Edison’s Kaydence Habbit made 13 saves for the Wildcats.
The Blue Dons host Weir High in the City Championship match at 10 a.m. on Saturday. Edison is set to travel to Carrollton on Monday.
Central tops Toronto in golf
STEUBENVILLE — The Central golf team topped Toronto by 39 strokes Thursday at Steubenville Country Club, 169-208.
Vince Barcalow was the match medalist, while teammates Brendan Schafer (40), Johnny O’Karma (45) and Olivia Gibas (45) followed.
Toronto was led by Ty Suffoletta with a 42, while Noah Karaffa shot a 49, Gunnar Blood a 53 and Ty Fogle a 64.
Creek wins quad at Woodview
NEW CUMBERLAND — Indian Creek topped host Oak Glen, Edison and Weir High Thursday at Woodview.
Creel shot a team score of 190, 11 strokes better than the Golden Bears. Edison shot a 233 and Weir High did not have enough golfers for a team score.
The Red Riders’ Jude Smith was the match medalist with an even par 36.
Oak Glen, 12-15-1 on the season, was led by a 45 from Brady Chaney.
The Golden Bears are scheduled to play Brooke at Highland Springs on Tuesday.