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Hornets take golf match; Pointers, Lady Dragons win

Published 8:14pm Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Staff Report

 

PINE GROVE — The Coal Grove Hornets won a tri-match on Monday at the Ironton Country Club.

The Hornets had a 175 team score while the Ironton Fighting Tigers shot a 209 and Greenup County had a 219.

Coal Grove was led by Brent Morgan with a 38 and Luke McGraw who carded a 40.

Brandon Adkins shot a 47, Ryan Malone a 50 and Tori Holmes a 50 to round out the Hornets’ scoring.

Jaylen Thornhill took medalist honors as he fired a 36 for Ironton. Mitchell Weisgarber posted a 58 followed by Trevin Dutey with a 69 and Mason Slagel shot a 75.

For Greenup, Chase Hunt shot a 49, Drew Stultz 54, Keeton Griffin 56 and Baylor Ruark and Ethan Potter each had a 60.

 

Pointers win opener

HUNTINGTON, W. Va. — The South Point Pointers opened the soccer season with a 7-0 rout of Grace Christian on Tuesday.

Seven different players scored goals for the Pointers who outshot Grace Christian 26-1 on goal.

Scoring goals for South Point were Trey Kearns, Alex Whitt, Liam Huff, Jake Helton, Gage Stevens, Brady Sloan and Jeremiah Kipp.

South Point hosts West Carter, Ky., at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday.

South Point 3 4 = 7

Grace Christian 0 0 = 0

First Half

SP — Trey Kearns (assisted by Jake Helton) 8:00

SP — Alex Whitt (assisted by Jordan Overmiller) 35:00

SP — Liam Huff (unassisted) 39:00

Second Half

SP — Gage Stevens (assisted by Alex Whitt) 47:00

SP — Brady Sloan (assisted by Ryan Khounlavong) 50:00

SP — Jake Helton (unassisted) 54:00

SP — Jeremiah Kipp (unassisted) 65:00

Saves: SP: Brady Rickard 1.

Shots on goal: SP 26, Grace Christian 1

 

Lady Dragons get win

PROCTORVILLE — The Fairland Lady Dragons started the volleyball season with a straight sets win over the Ironton Lady Fighting Tigers on Tuesday.

Fairland won 25-16,25-18 and 25-17. Jenna Fulks led the Lady Dragons with 20 points.

In the closely contested reserve game, Fairland won in three sets 26-24, 18-25 and 25-22.

The Lady Dragons visit Vinton County at 11 a.m. on Saturday.

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