SOSEScript: CIVweatherright.php5 failed executing with the following error: Error on line 16 position 1: Undefined property: stdClass::$location Error on line 16 position 1: Trying to get property of non-object Error on line 17 position 1: Undefined property: stdClass::$current_observation Error on line 17 position 1: Trying to get property of non-object Error on line 18 position 1: Undefined property: stdClass::$current_observation Error on line 18 position 1: Trying to get property of non-object Error on line 19 position 1: Undefined property: stdClass::$current_observation Error on line 19 position 1: Trying to get property of non-object Error on line 20 position 1: Undefined property: stdClass::$current_observation Error on line 20 position 1: Trying to get property of non-object Error on line 21 position 1: Undefined property: stdClass::$current_observation Error on line 21 position 1: Trying to get property of non-object Error on line 22 position 1: Undefined property: stdClass::$current_observation Error on line 22 position 1: Trying to get property of non-object Error on line 23 position 1: Undefined property: stdClass::$current_observation Error on line 23 position 1: Trying to get property of non-object

Last updated: July 24. 2013 2:00PM - 124 Views

Story Tools:

Font Size:

Social Media:

PDT Sports Report


No. 2 Valley took down visiting No. 7 West 4-2 Wednesday night in a physical and record-breaking Division III Sectional game.

Valley’s Joseph Winters had three goals to become the school’s single season scoring leader with 41 total goals this season. He passed Eric Mains’ record of 40 set in 2000.

Winters’ teammate Brice Romanello had the other goal for the Indians.

Valley coach Bill Hale credited the defensive play of Chris Martin and Miranda Howard as one of the key’s to the win.

“West played us really hard and really well but we got a good game out of everybody,” Hale said.

The physical play spilled over into blows between a West and Valley player, which Hale called unfortunate, but isolated. After the game players gathered at midfield to shake hands.

Valley moves to 14-1-1 on the season and advances to play No. 3 Fairfield Monday who defeated Northwest 1-0 Wednesday night.

West graduates four seniors in Gabe Durant, Aaron Kraft, Jacob Bishop and Austin Wetzel.

Full game statistics were not available at press time.

South Webster 4, Glenwood 1

South Webster’s hot start carried the day for the Jeeps as they defeated visiting Glenwood 4-1 Wednesday evening in a the Division III, Jackson 1 postseason contest.


Scoring started when Denver Fuller assisted Seth Goddard at the 34:43 mark in the first half to make it 1-0 South Webster. Two minutes later Sean Lockhart made it 2-0 Jeeps with an unassisted goal.


The third goal for the Jeeps came at the 38:22 mark when Lockhart assisted Kyle Keaton.


In the second half, Keaton got in on the scoring with a score before Shane Buckley scored Glenwood’s lone goal of the contest at the 71:18 mark.


“We got our first tournament win tonight and it felt good,” South Webster coach Corey Claxon said. “New Boston played a good game and it took us a while to get one in but we quickly scored three in the last six minutes of the half. The lead put us in good position for the second half and we held on for the win.”


Glenwood loses five seniors to graduation. Buckley, Brandan Herrforth, Matt Mohr, Austin Raines and Michael Taylor each played their soccer games in Glenwood jerseys.


South Webster will move on to host No. 5 Wheelersburg Monday.


Goals By Half


New Boston Tigers 0 1 - 1


South Webster Jeeps 3 1 - 4


Scoring summary


Half Time Team Goal Scorer Assist


1 34:43 SW No. 24 Goddard, Seth No. 2 Fuller, Denver


1 36:34 SW No. 21 Lockhart, Sean


1 38:22 SW No. 6 Keaton, Kyle No. 21 Lockhart, Sean


2 69:35 SW No. 6 Keaton, Kyle


2 71:18 NB No. 4 Buckley, Shane


Player statistics


New Boston MIN G A SH SOG South Webster MIN G A SH SOG


* #4 Buckley, Shane 80 1 0 3 3 * #6 Keaton, Kyle 80 2 0 5 3


* #3 80 0 0 0 0 * #21 Lockhart, Sean 40 1 1 2 1


* #6 80 0 0 1 1 * #24 Goddard, Seth 80 1 0 7 2


* #23 80 0 0 0 0 * #2 Fuller, Denver 80 0 1 3 1


* #10 Mohr, Matt 80 0 0 1 1 * #11 Rowe, Derek 80 0 0 3 2


* #0 80 0 0 0 0 * #13 Salisbury, Andrew 80 0 0 0 0


* #8 Herrforth, Brendan 80 0 0 0 0 * #4 Fuller, Kyle 80 0 0 0 0


* #9 80 0 0 0 0 * #3 Sowards, Tyler 80 0 0 0 0


* #12 80 0 0 0 0 * #10 Swords, Lance 80 0 0 0 0


* #5 Payton, Nate 80 0 0 0 0 * #12 Ruark, Elijah 45 0 0 0 0


* #25 80 0 0 0 0 * #14 Winters, PJ 40 0 0 0 0


Team 0 0 2 2 #7 Stambaugh, Logan 40 0 0 0 0


Totals 80 1 0 7 7 #8 Bruns, Jared 40 0 0 0 0


#5 Norman, Nick 35 0 0 0 0


#23 Rockwell, Kahler 1 0 0 0 0


Team 0 0 1 1


Totals 80 4 2 21 10


Goalkeeper statistics


New Boston MIN GA SV Pct SOG South Webster MIN GA SV Pct SOG


* #25 80 4 6 60.0 10 * #10 Swords, Lance 80 1 6 85.7 7


#5 Payton, Nate 1 0 0 0.0 0 Totals 80 1 6 85.7 7


Totals 80 4 6 60.0 10


Corner kicks: New Boston Tigers 0, South Webster Jeeps 9; Fouls: New Boston Tigers 6, South Webster Jeeps 8; Offsides: New Boston Tigers 0, South Webster Jeeps 5


Yellow cards: None; Red cards: None Game officials: Chris Hedrick


Record: 13-2-2


Wheelersburg 2, South Point 1

No. 5 Wheelersburg traveled to No. 4 South Point Wednesday evening and came away 2-1 Sectional Champions.

Wheelersburg got on the board first with two goals in the first half. The first came off a Mark Butler corner kick that Zack Russell put in the back of the net.

The 2-0 score came when Austin Clark assisted Mark Dalton.

South Point’s lone goal came late in the game when Danny Eckers put one in the net.

Pirates goalkeeper Alex Dalton had six saves while South Point’s keeper Ryan Rickard compiled 14.

Wednesday’s win marks the ninth consecutive year Wheelersburg has won a Sectional Championship.

“The boys played a lot hard tonight then when we lost to them 2-1 two weeks ago,” Wheelersburg coach Paul Boll said. “We did a good job pressuring the ball and limited their chances in the first half.”

Boll cited the defensive efforts of Andrew Green, Ethan Hiles and Caleb Roof as reasons behind the win.

Wheelersburg moves on to play top-seeded South Webster Monday at South Webster. The Jeeps defeated Glenwood 4-1 Wednesday night.

Wheelersburg moves to 7-8-2 on the season. South Point finishes 2011 11-5-1.

Wheelersburg 2 0 - 2

South Point 0 1 -1

Scoring:

First Half

1 - (Burg) 36 - Zack Russell assisted by Mark Butler

2- (Burg) 19 - Mark Dalton assisted by Austin Clark

Second Half

1 - (SP) 11 Danny Eckers

Saves:

Wheelersburg - A. Dalton 6, R. Rickard 14

Fairfield 1, Northwest 0

Fairfield took down Northwest 1-0 Wednesday evening. No game details were available at press time.

Northwest graduates three seniors in Christian Riley, Cory Burnsworth and Joel Thompson.

Zane Trace 3, Minford 1

No. 11 Zane Trace defeated No. 3 Minford 3-1 Wednesday night, ending the 2012 season for the Falcons.


Minford only graduates one senior, Nick Blackburn, from the program.


Full game details of the Division III tournament game were not available at press time.


Volleyball

Waverly def. Jackson 25-16, 25-22, 25-15

The lone tournament volleyball game featuring an area team Wednesday was Waverly hosting Jackson in Division II. The Lady Tigers won in three games.

Waverly will move on to face No. 4 Thornville Sheridan who defeated No. 5 Logan Elm 24-26, 25-11, 25-19, 27-25 Wednesday night.

Jackson 25 25 25

Waverly 16 22 15



Featured Businesses


Poll



Mortgage Minute