The Coshocton County Beacon September 10, 2020 - Page 19

September 10, 2020 The Beacon • 19 Elks Golf League wraps up for year at Hickory Flats Coshocton #376 and Newcomerstown #1555 met for week 14 of the Elks Golf League at Hickory Flats Golf Course. The results were low gross (32), Dave Desender; low net (29), Todd Davis; high points (13), Jake Mathews; most bogeys (six), Rusty Richards and Carey Fry; most pars (seven), Bob Olinger; most birdies (four), Dave Desender; and hole-in-one, Nick Schmit (hole 14). The 2020 Elks Golf League winning team Local bass club fishes at Pleasant Hill Reservoir was William Albert Inc. (445 points): Darin Desender, Brent McKee, Rod Norman and Ryan Emig. The second-place team was Deans Jewelry (427.5 points): Dave Ross, Dave Richards, Rod Norman and Ryan Emig. To recap results of this year’s stats: low gross (32), Darin Desender; low net (29), Jerry Bowser, Nick Schmit and Todd Davis; high points (14), Larry Murray; most bogeys (eight), Barry Shaffer; most pars, T h r e e R i v e r s Bassmasters held its seventh club tournament for 2020 with seven members and one guest competing. The tournament was held at Pleasant Hill Reservoir on Aug. 28. T h e t o u r n a m e n t results were David DeLong, first, 4.34 pounds; Bret Lingo, second, 3.94 pounds; Jim Eckelberry, third, 2.82 pounds; and Lingo, big bass, 2.16 pounds. Club meetings are held spring through fall. The next meeting will be Sunday, Sept. 13 at the O’Shaunessy Reservoir boat ramp. The meeting will be held at approximately 2:15 p.m. prior to Bill Olinger and Dave Desender; most birdies (four), Dave Desender; most eagles (one), Dave Desender, Ed Moyer, Terry Balo, Bill Olinger and Nick Schmit; and hole-in-one, Nick Schmit. Team standings were Three Leaf Solutions (420.5 points), Paul Bratton Auctioneer (406.5 points), Charger Trucking (396 points), Lock 20 Auto Sales (368.5), Jacobs Vanaman Insurance (352.5) and Lity Scrap (319.5). weigh-in for the club tournament being held that day. Meetings are open to the public. T h r e e R i v e r s Bassmasters is a local bass-fishing club that fishes competitive bassfishing tournaments throughout the year. Membership is open to interested individuals age 18 and older. SEND US YOUR NEWS Coshocton Redskins take Garaway in five On Saturday afternoon, Aug. 29 in the Wigwam, the Coshocton varsity volleyball team prevailed in a five-set thriller over nonleague foe, Garaway, by the scores of 20-25, 25-22, 19-25, 25-11 and 15-9. In the fifth set the ‘Skins rallied from a 6-1 deficit to secure the victory. Kindall Shaw led a strong defensive effort for the Redskins as she recorded 16 digs. Miyah Davis and Lindsey Bryant each added 14 while Hailey Helter added 13. Offensively, Helter led the way with 10 kills, Bryant spiked home nine and Belle Miller added five. Jalynn West set up the offense with 30 assists. In the junior-varsity match, the JV Redskins also improved to 2-1 with a straight-set victory over Garaway. The scores were 25-21 and 25-21. Savanna Bartlett slammed home five kills for the Redskins. Destiny Danielek added three kills and three service aces. Alison Cox recorded 14 assists and three kills. Addy Gordon served up three aces. On Tuesday night, Sept. 1 in the Wigwam, the Coshocton Redskins volleyball team celebrated senior night with a four-set victory over visiting Crooksville. Before the match the ‘Skins celebrated the careers of seniors, Taylor Moats, Evelyn Hire, Kindall Shaw, Belle Miller and Lexi Williams. Scores of the match were 25-21, 25-19, 17-25 and 25-13. Coshocton’s balanced offensive attack was led by Kindall Shaw with 14 kills. Lindsey Bryant pounded 13. Belle Miller and Ella Bible each added six. Jalynn West set up the offense with 33 assists. Defensively, Hailey Helter dug up 20 Crooksville attacks while Lexi Williams added 15 and Jalynn West added 13. At the service line, West collected three aces with Kindall Shaw contributing two. Shaw’s first ace serve of the evening was the 103rd of her career, breaking the school record for career aces. In the JV contest, Coshocton also prevailed with a straight-set victory by the scores of 25-12 and 25-13. Alison Cox filled up the stat sheet, dishing out 14 assists to go along with her two kills and two aces. Savanna Bartlett slammed five kills while Addy Gordon added four. Destiny Danielek led the team with six ace serves. Ridgewood Kilpatrick named match medalist Ridgewood’s boys golf team battled Claymont on Sept. 2. Team scores were Ridgewood with 190 and Claymont with 211. Ridgewood’s Charlie Kilpatrick was medalist with a 37 for nine holes. Lady Generals fall to Greene Ridgewood’s varsity volleyball team lost to Greene High School by scores of 17-25, 18-25 and 22-25. The Lady Generals were led by Madisyn Colvin with seven kills, four blocks and 11 digs; Hannah Maust with eight kills, two blocks, seven digs and four points; Ella Matusik with 13 assists; Karissa Gress with three blocks, four points and one ace; Kelley Masloski with four kills and one block; and Kassidy Alexander with six digs, two points and two aces. Ridgewood then defeated Tuscarawas Central Catholic on the road by scores of 25-21, 25-18 and 27-25. Stats were Hannah Maust with 13 kills, four blocks, six digs, three points and one ace; Madisyn Colvin with six kills, eight digs, two blocks, five points and one ace; Ella Matusik with 19 assists, two digs, two blocks, six points and two aces; Kassidy Alexander with 11 digs, two blocks, one kill, eight points and four aces; Paige Slusser with three kills, four digs, five points and three aces; and Karissa Gress with three kills, four blocks and two digs. Ridgewood’s JV won in two sets. River View Bahmer leads Black Bears River View’s boys golfed against Rosecrans on Aug. 31. The Black Bears’ team score was 246. They were led by Austin Bahmer, 45; Coen Bible, 59; Thad Cox, 66; and Josh Woolard, 76. On Sept. 2 the Black Bears took on Crooksville and Sheridan. Team scores were Crooksville with 157, Sheridan with 168 and River View with 232. River View was led by Austin Bahmer, 46; Coen Bible, 48; Josh Woolard, 63; and Thad Cox, 75. Gress named medalist River View’s junior high golf team took on Wooster and won with a team score of 187 compared to Wooster’s 202. The Black Bears were led by Gavin Gress, 37 (medalist); Colton Gress, 41; Caleb Kline, 47; Brynn Harstine, 62; Makayla Gress, 64; Taylor Harstine, 67; and Jake Miller, 69. Lady Bears defeat John Glenn River View’s varsity volleyball teams recently beat John Glenn. The varsity Lady Bears were led by Ashlyn Bible with five kills and six digs; Bell Justice with seven assists; Cayla Shrimplin with 11 digs; Carolyn Cox with six kills; Ashley Newell with eight kills and eight blocks; Kayla Dulgar with seven kills, 19 assists and 19 digs; and Ki Stamper with eight kills and 14 digs. Shriver sets personal record On Sept. 2 at Hickory Flats Golf Course, River View’s girls golf team battled West Muskingum. Team scores were River View with 202 and West Muskingum with 236. Individual scores for the Black Bears were Madalyn Cutshall, 42; Cailey Shriver, 48 (personal record); Paige Nicely, 51; Chloey Geog, 61; Kiera McPeck, 63; Emma Ward, 68; Hollee Sheneman, no score; and Elizabeth McGowan, no score.