The Coshocton County Beacon August 30, 2017 - Page 17

THE BEACON 17 AUGUST 30, 2017 RVHS wins tri-match WEST LAFAYETTE – Th e River View High School girls’ golf team played the front nine on Aug. 22 at Hickory Flats Golf Course. Th e tri-match was between River View, Tri-Valley and Tusky Valley. River View led the way with a team score of 184. Indi- vidual scores were: Marie Stuffl ebean – 43; Shelby Byland – 45; Peyton Werntz – 45; and Madalyn Cutshall -51. Contributed | Beacon RHS volleyball players pick up two victories WEST LAFAYETTE – On Aug. 22 Ridgewood’s volleyball team defeated Tri- Valley at Tri Valley by scores of 25-9, 25-20, 26-28, and 25-19. Leading the Ridgewood High School Generals were: Cassie Mladek - 17 kills, 20 digs, and 13 points; Sydney Zinkon - 22 assists; Abbey Kellish - 10 kills, 11 digs; Zayvia Stanton - 15 points, 7 aces, and 4 blocks; Morgan Matis - 10 blocks; Jaelyn McGee - 7 blocks and 3 kills; and Aleeah Cabot - 7 points and 2 aces. Ridgewood also won the JV match in three set by scores of 25-16,22-25, and 25-20. Ridgewood picked up another victory on Aug. 19 when the varsity team defeated Strasburg at Strasburg by scores of 23-25, 25-21, 25-13, and 25-18. Ridgewood’s stats for this game were: Cassie Mladek - 19 kills, 5 points, and 4 aces; Sydney Zinkon - 16 assists, 13 digs, 6 points and 1 ace; Abbey Kellish - 16 kills, 16 digs, 5 points and 3 aces; Carly Griffi th - 16 digs, 8 points, and 2 aces; Rylee Young - 12 digs; Morgan Matis - 6 kills and 6 blocks; Zayvia Stanton - 7 blocks; Kalie Rettos and Jaelyn McGee both had 5 blocks each; Aleeah Cabot - 8 assists; and Alexis Griffi th - 7 assists. Ridgewood’s JV team won by scores of 22-25, 25-22, and 25-16. Contributed | Beacon Commissioners honor long-time employee By Beth Scott COSHOCTON – Th e Coshocton County Commissioners met Monday, Aug. 21 and honored a long-time county employee, Phylis Phelps. Phelps has been with the Coshocton County EMS for 30 years in addition to working a full-time job at Mineral Fiber. She is now retiring and the commissioners presented her with a commendation for her years of service with the county. Th e commissioners also opened bids for a CDBG demolition project. Th ere are two demolitions in the county, one on State Route 60 near Tunnel Hill and one in Blissfi eld, and two in town, one on Chestnut Street beside the EMS and one on 719 Walnut. Th e engineer’s estimate is $69,250. Th ree bids were received. Total Environmental Services turned in a bid of $103,370. Master Renovations Inc. bid $58,350. William Albert Inc. bid $75,100. Th e bids were turned over to John Cleek, CDC of Ohio, for his recommendation. Cleek was present and spoke with the commission- ers, along with county engineer Fred Wachtel, about the possibility of applying for a grant to redo the side- walks in front of the county courthouse. However, if that project is rejected by the state, the commissioners would like to add a sidewalk from the city of Coshocton to Wal-Mart. Th e sidewalk would run by County Road 1A, and through the fl oodplains to Wal-Mart, and pos- sibly extending to Canal Lewisville. Cleek estimated that if it is approved, the CDBG grant would be approx- imately $200,000 for the project. Th e commissioners also reviewed and approved: • A motion to accept all bank depositories as submit- ted to the Coshocton County Commissioners for their approval • A motion to hire Nicholas A. Carey as the director of Coshocton County Coordinated Transportation Agency eff ective Aug. 21, 2017 • A motion to sign a commercial lease with the Coshocton Regional Airport Authority for the lease of Beth Scott | Beacon Phylis Phelps was honored on Monday, Aug. 21 at the Coshocton County Commissioners meeting for her many years of service to the county as a Coshocton County EMS employee. building three located at 2469 Airport Rd., Coshocton for the use of the Coshocton County Sheriff ’s Offi ce in the amount of $500 per month for the period of 15 years. • A motion to sign Phase 2 for the Coshocton County Justice Center body scanner addition as requested by Dennis Lowe Construction Consultant. The Beacon w w w.coshoc We’re Just Local “With STIHL, there’s a pride of ownership in your land – in doing the job right.” WE HAVE YOU COVERED! 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