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PDT Sports Report

Clay defeated New Boston in straight sets to earn its 15th victory of the season.

Anne Hopkins, Lexi Gilliland, and Gabby Hickman led the Panthers offense. Hopkins had 14 kills while Gilliland recorded 10 kills. Hickman had six aces to go along with 33 assists.

Clay returns to the court to wrap up its regular season Thursday as Western comes to town.

Clay — 25 25 25

New Boston — 8 12 3

Records — Clay 15-6, New Boston N/A

Notre Dame def. Symmes Valley

25-19, 25-21, 25-7

Notre Dame defeated Symmes Valley in straight sets Tuesday as the Titans claimed their 18th win of the season.

Maggie Hoover, Brooke Pierron and Ragen Kayser led the way for Notre Dame. Hoover had 21 assists and 12 digs. Pierron had 19 kills, 5 aces and 12 digs while Kayser recorded 7 kills and two aces.

The Titans return home Thursday to play Eastern, who defeated Notre Dame earlier in the season.

Notre Dame —25, 25, 25

Symmes Valley — 19, 21, 7

Records ND 18-3 (11-2)

Wheelersburg def. Northwest

25-18, 25-21, 21-25, 15-25, 17-15

Wheelersburg beat Northwest in a five-set marathon Tuesday to improve its record to 13-8 on the season.

Brooklyn Adams and Maggie Stegman led the way defensively for the Pirates. Adams recorded 11 blocks while Stegman had 14 digs. Hannah Duckworth led the offense with 15 points.

Wheelersburg travels Thursday to take on Waverly.

Northwest — 18 21 25 25 15

Wheelersburg — 25 25 21 15 17

Records — Northwest N/A; Wheelersburg 13-8

Waverly def. Valley

25-14, 25-13, 25-18

Waverly defeated Valley in straight sets Tuesday to improve its record to 18-1 overall. The Tigers have won the SOC II with a conference mark of 13-0.

Bri Wiget and Hannah Martin combined for 28 kills while Whitney Leffler served three aces to lead the Waverly attack.

The Tigers travel Thursday to Wheelersburg.

Valley — 14 13 18

Waverly — 25 25 25

Records — Valley N/A; Waverly 18-1 (13-0)


Valley 4, Clay 0

Valley scores four second half goals to beat Clay, 4-0.

Bryce Romanello scored a natural hat trick, which is when a player scores three-consecutive goals in the contest. Taylor Golden had a pair of assist.

Alex Gahm had 11 saves for the Indians.

Valley travels Thursday to Minford to take on the Falcons.

Clay 0 0 — 0

Valley 0 4 — 4

Second half — 1, Valley, Montavon (Romanello), 58th minute. 2, Valley, Romanello (Golden), 70th minute. 3, Valley, Romanello (Golden), 74th minute. 4, Valley, Romanello (Montavon), 76th minute.

Saves — Clay, N/A; Valley, Alex Gahm, 11 saves

Records — Clay N/A; Valley 9-5 (3-3)

The following scores were reported from various sources. Full statistics were unavailable at press time.

Boys Soccer

Waverly 7, West 1

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