Morgantown High beats Wheeling Park 3-1 in volleyball; prep roundup 9-11

Morgantown dropped the first set, but came back strong to sweep the next three and knocked off Wheeling Park 3-1 in girls volleyball Tuesday.

Wheeling Park won the first set 25-22, then MHS won 25-14, 25-17 and 25-13.

Abby Paczek had 17 kills for the Mohegans, Madison McDonald had 12 aces and Alayna Corwin had 32 assists.

Morgantown improved to 7-3 and will take on Brooke at home on Thursday.

University 3, Brooke 0

University improved to 5-1 with a sweep of Brooke Tuesday.

University won the first set 25-17, the second 25-13 and the third 25-16.

Ashten Boggs had 16 kills and  Olivia Kaddar had 10 service points and nine kills.

Malia Richardson had 14 service points, Anna Thretheway had 10 service points and Lauren Huggins had 20 assists.

University’s next game will be on the road against  John Marshall on Thursday.

The junior varsity squad improved to 6-0, by beating Brooke 2-1. They won the first set 25-19, dropped the second set 25-23 and won the third set 25-16.

Sydney Huntington had eight kills, Abby Lee had six kills, Rachel Shockley had three aces and Anna Voris had 28 digs.

Trinity 2, Paden City 0

Trinity 2, Cameron 0

Trinity improved to 9-1 with two sweeps at Cameron Tuesday.

They beat Paden City 25-19 and 25-23.

Then, they took care of the hosts Cameron 25-17 and 25-10.

Paige Dixon had 10 aces and 13 assists in the two matches. Morgan Mullins had 13 assists and eight kills. Rachel Rosen had seven kills and three blocks. Reagan Sharp had four blocks and Jaclyn Smith had 30 digs.

Trinity will play at Clay Battelle Thursday, taking on the hosts and Paden City.

Boys golf

Morgantown got the win against Grafton, Bridgeport and University Tuesday at Pines Country Club.

Cline Carter was the medalist with a 36 to pace Morgantown, which shot a 160 as a team. Jack Hudson shot 41, Jack Wiedebusch shot 42, Carter Patrick 47 and Antonio Rollo shot 51.

For University, Jackson Harper shot 41, Jack Giobbia shot 41, Levi Watson shot 49, Sam Zeni shot 49, Matthew Payne shot 52 and Adam Fox shot 53.

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