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Lady Dragons pick up 2 more volleyball victories

Published 10:17pm Thursday, September 12, 2013

Jim Walker

jim.walker@irontontribune.com

 

PROCTORVILLE — The Fairland Lady Dragons picked up back-to-back volleyball wins including an Ohio Valley Conference victory.

On Tuesday, the Lady Dragons beat the River Valley Lady Raiders in straight sets to remain unbeaten in the OVC 25-17-25-23 and 26-24.

Jenna Fulks scored 10 points, Ellen Hinshaw 9, Kesley Riley 8 and Mackenzie Riley 7 to lead the Lady Dragons.

Fairland came back with a non-league win over the Portsmouth Lady Trojans on Wednesday as they again won in straight sets, 25-13, 25-15 and 25-13.

Fulks had 16 points and 11 digs to lead Fairland. Mackenzie Riley had 14 points, Nicole Wagner 11 points and Kelsey Riley had 11 hits.

T-Wolves win quad

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — The Spring Valley Timberwolves won a quad golf match Wednesday at Sugarwood Country Club.

Spring Valley had a 162 team score followed by the Chesapeake Panthers with a 188 total, the Ironton Fighting Tigers at 201 and the South Point Pointers had a 227 team score.

Chesapeake’s Drew Oxley took medalist honors with a 36. Derek Lemley was next with a 40 followed by Austin Hutchinson with a 54, Koby McWhorter and Justin Black each had a 58, and McKenna Wells shot a 62.

Jaylin Thornhill carded a 42 to lead Ironton. Mitchell Weisgarber followed Thornhill with a 51 while Cory Rawlins and Mason Slagle each had a 54. Luke White shot a 62 and Hailee Haas a 67.

South Point was led by Kyle Goodson with a 48 and Austin Welman had a 51. Barbara Collins was next with a 62 and Mackenzie Schweikart-Evans had a 66.

Colton Brumfield and T.J. Hamilton both had rounds of 38 to lead the T-Wolves. Calvin Hinchman shot a 42, Josh Steele a 44, Fred Smith had a 45 and Brandon Marrone finished with a 47.

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