WHEELING — The Morgantown High and University golf teams finished fourth and fifth, respectively, at the Ohio Valley Athletic Conference tournament Thursday at Oglebay in Wheeling.
The Mohigans shot 364 as a team, led by an 85 by Carter Kline. The rest of the team included Andy Seman (102), Jack Wiedebusch (87), Jack Hudson (90) and Carter Patrick (106).
The Hawks were right behind MHS with a 366, led by an 86 by Jack Giobbia. The rest of the team included Jackson Harper (89), Levi Watson (96), Sam Zeni (95) and Adam Fox (100).
Brooke’s Ryan Bilby was the medalist, with a 73, while Wheeling Park took the team title, with a 330.
The Mohigans knocked off the Bruins in dominant fashion (25-21, 25-19, 25-12) to improve to 8-3 on the season.
Abby Paczek had nine kills for MHS, while Sage Halbritter had eight kills, and Alayna Corwin had five aces and 17 assists.
MHS will host University at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
The Cee-Bees swept the Dragons on Wednesday night (25-23, 25-18,
25-17) to continue their winning ways.
Anna Yost had five aces for C-B (3-1), Lilly Currence had eight digs, Hailey Carreon had seven kills, Autumn Stewart and Lexie Foley each had five kills, and Alexis Pride had 19 assists.
J.V. boys’ soccer
Morgantown 2, University 0: MHS’s Muhammad Uqaily scored the game-winner early in the second half as the Mohigans held on to beat the Hawks. Azim Turakhemov potted an early goal for MHS, and Justin Louis tied the score late in the half for UHS.
Middle school football
Suncrest 22, Mountaineer 0: Drew Boczek threw a 32-yard touchdown pass to Peyton Johnson and scored on a 10-yard run for the Seals (1-2). Dominic Parker also had a 32-yard touchdown run for Suncrest, while Davon Eldridge had 22 rushes for 168 yards. No additional information was available for Mountaineer (2-1).
Clay-Battelle 40, Trinity 32: Kyle Knight scored a rushing touchdown for the Warriors, while Carmelo Kniska added a kickoff return for a score. Jaylon Hill had a touchdown pass and reception and Levi Teets also had a touchdown pass and reception for Trinity (0-2) in its first season. No stats were available for the Cee-Bees.