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ROUNDUP: Take a look at Wednesday’s soccer, volleyball scores and statistics

Take a look at Wednesday's scores and statistics from around the area.

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Piketon 3, West Union 0 (25-13, 25-11, 25-20)

After a tough loss two days prior, Piketon (1-1) bounced back with an impressive sweep of West Union (0-3) on Wednesday.

The Redstreaks were led statistically by Kennedy Jenkins, who had nine kills while Jazz Lamerson added eight kills and 15 digs. Taylor Wagner also helped out, adding 10 digs.

OTHER SCORES: New Boston 3, Coal Grove 1 … Wellston 3, Green 1 … Miami Trace 3, East Clinton 0


Ripley 6, Fayetteville 5

Behind three goals from Ayziah Williams, the Blue Jays (2-0, 1-0 SHAC) outlasted Fayetteville (0-1, 0-1 SHAC) on Wednesday in Southern Hills Athletic Conference action.

Rachel Shepherd scored two goals for Ripley while Reggie Taylor was responsible for the team’s final tally.

Minford 5, Southeastern 2

The Falcons (1-0-1) earned their first win this season with a three-goal win at Southeastern (0-1), Wednesday.

Haley Knore caused problems for the Panthers’ defense all night long, scoring four goals, while Mychal Cron added a score of her own.


Piketon 3, West 0

Goalkeeper Natalie Cooper pitched her first shutout in between the pipes on Wednesday, holding West (0-1) scoreless and racking up 15 saves.

Piketon (1-0) saw goals scored by Olivia McCrae, who found the back of the net twice, while Madison Dean scored the Redstreaks’ third tally.

Fairfield 4, McClain 3

Thanks in part to a hat trick from Cadence Saunders, Fairfield (1-0) battled with McClain on Wednesday, earning a 4-3 victory. The Lions fourth goal, and eventual game-winner, came via Kennedy Zink with 6:20 left in the match.

The Tigers (1-1) received goals from McKenzie Anderson and Kerigan Pollard, who scored twice.

Lynchburg-Clay 2, North Adams 0

Raelynn Ruble and McKenzie Morgan each scored a goal for the Mustangs (2-1, 2-0 SHAC) as Lynchburg-Clay picked up a conference win over North Adams (1-2, 0-2 SHAC).

In goal for LC, Philemina Toca had six saves in the shutout.


Eastern Brown 6, Hillsboro 5

In a game that was rescheduled from earlier this week, Eastern Brown (1-1) earned their first win of the year, outlasting Hillsboro (0-1) in a barnburner.

For the Warriors, Ryan Boone tallied four goals on the evening.

McClain 10, Fairfield 0

The Tigers (2-0) stayed perfect on the year with a blowout win over Fairfield, Wednesday.

Scoring for McClain was Raymond Daugherty and Haydon Hice, who each had two goals, while Braeden Bergstrom finished with one goal and three assists. Jase Allen, Luke Sanchez, Francesco, Bryson Badgley and Andrew Newland all scored once.

Lynchburg-Clay 2, North Adams 1

The Mustangs’ perfect record remained intact on Wednesday in a 2-0 win over North Adams (1-1-1, 1-1 SHAC).

Scoring for Lynchburg-Clay (3-0, 2-0 SHAC) was Harrison Burge and Landon West.

Piketon 13, Western 1

The Redstreaks (1-0) started their season with a lopsided win on Thursday.

Seven different players scored in the victory, including Noah Nichols, who had four goals and passed out an assist.

Gabe Morgensen tallied three goals, Dane Morgensen added two goals to Piketon’s tally, and Dominick Neal, Jace Foster, Sage Rider and Josh Hammonds all scored once each.

In between the pipes, Oren Harris made five saves.

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