UHS tops Graham in volleyball


Urbana beat Graham 22-25, 25-20, 25-22, 15-25, 15-11, in CBC volleyball on Tuesday.

For UHS (7-5), Hunter Rogan had 30 kills and 8 digs, Mackenzie Bean had 10 kills, Bridget Ofori had 8 kills and 9 digs, Kim Asper had 5 kills, Olivia Dunhamhad 15 digs and Taylor Adams had 41 assists and 9 digs.

Urbana’s jayvees lost to Graham, 25-15, 25-15.

For UHS, Jennah Adams had 12 digs, Maddy Johnson had 3 aces and Destiny Manuel had 6 digs.

THS wins in volleyball

Triad beat Northeastern in OHC volleyball, 25-23, 25-20, 25-23.

For the Cardinals, Madison Dolby had 8 points, 14 kills and 14 digs, Sydney Propst had 11 points and 11 digs and Caleigh Phelps had 19 assists.

Triad won the jayvee game, 18-25, 25-18, 25-20.

M’burg volleyball wins

Mechanicsburg defeated Madison Plains in volleyball.

Ceci Link had 20 assists, while Mary Mayo, Emma Dunham and Elly Schipfer each had 5 kills for the Indians.

Mechanicsburg improves to 6-5 overall.

WL-S wins in soccer

West Liberty-Salem defeated Bethel, 2-0, in girls soccer Tuesday.

Taylor Lauck and Dierdre McGill did the scoring for the Tigers, while Paige Shafer had 5 saves.

WL-S moves to 7-1 on the season and visits Greeneview on Thursday.

MHS wins in soccer

Mechanicsburg defeated Southeastern, 6-1, in girls soccer Tuesday.

For the Indians, Tori Jacobs had 3 goals on 12 shots on goal with an assist. Maggie Blanton also scored three times, with Kasey Schipfer having a pair of assists and Kaylin Lynch adding an assist. Morgan Hamby had 20 saves.

M’burg (6-2) plays at Fairbanks on Thursday.

UHS runners compete

Urbana competed in the Graham Invitational cross country meet on Saturday.

Daniel Westcott was 14th (19:59), Austin Rooney was 34th (21:16), Hudson Stouffer was 43rd (21:48), Ethan Burnside was 56th (22:36) and Noah Booze was 63rd (23:11). All five times were personal records for the boys.

Indians top Cardinals in golf

Mechanicsburg beat Triad, 171-199, in boys golf on Tuesday.

For M’burg, Caleb Westfall shot a 37, Corey Bogan had a 43, Jack Shoemaker a 45 and Keane Dunn a 46.

For Triad, Caleb Young had a 42, Alec Ober a 49, Austin Deere a 51 and Creighton Bradley a 57.

The OHC tournament is at Darby Creek on Thursday for both teams.

Triad girls prevail

The Triad girls golf team defeated Madison Plains in OHC golf at Woodland, 219-226. Triad (10-4 OHC) was led by Jess Woodard’s 51. Macy Linscott had a 53, Kayleigh Boldman a 55 and Kallie Smith a 60.

Tigers win in golf

West Liberty-Salem defeated Fairbanks, 158-168, in boys golf.

Max Eggleston had a 37, Dillon Callicoat a 38, Kannon Stillings a 41, Michael Frederick a 42, Tyler Gardner a 44 and Logan Brown a 51 for the Tigers.

The Tigers’ jayvees lost, 203-214.

Patrick Harr led the Tigers with a 44.

Falcons draw with Bellefontaine

Graham played Bellefontaine to a 2-2 draw in girls soccer.

Natalie Woodward scored on an assist from Greta Rembold and Taylor White put home a goal on an assist by Woodward.

The Falcons’ jayvee team won 3-2. Brooke Ohnmeiss scored a pair of goals and Payten Drewery scored.

Graham (4-3-2) plays at Benjamin Logan on Wednesday.

Urbana’s Hunter Rogan rises to tip a ball past Graham’s Carly Carafa (19) and Kaitlin Trace (16) on Tuesday.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2016/09/web1_Rogan092016.jpgUrbana’s Hunter Rogan rises to tip a ball past Graham’s Carly Carafa (19) and Kaitlin Trace (16) on Tuesday.

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