The Madison-Plains girls golf team is off to a flying start and there was little visiting Bishop Ready could do about it in a non-league dual played Wednesday, July 20, at Locust Hills Golf Course.
The Golden Eagles topped the Silver Knights by a whopping 70 strokes in a 172-242 victory.
Bailey Stephens was the event medalist with her solid round of 40. Christan Bowshier and Kaylin Dill both fired 43s, while Morgan Hunter came in with a 46. With the victory the team improved to 13-0 on the season.
Blair Bryant (53) and Regan Rubel (59) also had scored that topped or equaled the best mark posted by a Ready golfer. The Silver Knights Alicia Lundy led the visitors with a 59.
Plains will be back in action Thursday, Aug. 21, at home against Westfall. The match is scheduled to begin at 3:45 p.m.
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The Golden Eagles had little trouble knocking off the Braves in a match played at Raintree South Golf Course (formerly Cooks Creek Golf Course) Tuesday, Aug. 19.
Bailey Stephens led the way with a round of 45. Christan Bowshier added a 48, Morgan Hunter carded a 59 and Regan Rubel’s 76 was used in the team score. Blair Bryant shot an 83.
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The West Jefferson boys soccer team improved its record to a 2-0 following a 5-3 home win over Heath Tuesday, Aug. 19.
The Roughriders got strong offensive performances from a collection of players including Connor Shields (two goals, one assist), Cody Dingess (goal, assist) and Matthew Stultz (goal, assist). The team also got a goal from Damir Pereira and an assist from Ryan Martin.
Keeper Ross Hall collected one save in the non-league victory.
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The Lady Roughriders (2-0) made it two wins in as many games with a tough 4-0 win at Heath Tuesday, Aug. 19.
The team will next travel to Northeastern Saturday, Aug. 23.
Washington CH 2
What looked like an easy victory from the beginning turned into a nail biter for the London volleyball as it traveled to Washington Court House Tuesday, Aug. 19.
The Red Raiders (1-0) cruised to victories in the first two games of the non-league match with the Blue Lions. But the home team roared back and gave the Red Raiders a scare. winning the third and fourth games to force a fifth and deciding game. In that fifth game, London righted the ship and escaped with a 25-11, 25-15, 13-25, 26-28, 15-11 victory.
Senior Lauren Miller stood tall for London with 12 kills and seven blocks. Freshman Addison Conley had 11 kills of her own in her high school debut. Ally Robertson led the team with eight blocks.
Chris Miles can be reached at (740) 852-1616, ext. 1618 or via Twitter @MadPressSports.