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POTTERS PROVING PROMINANT

EAST LIVERPOOL, OH- In a deeply rooted football matchup that showcased the East Liverpool Potters against the Indian Creek team, it was the Potters who secured a convincing 27-7 victory.

The first quarter set the tone for the game, as Jaymin Haney of the East Liverpool Potters executed a 1-yard touchdown run, propelling his team to an early 7-0 lead. The Potters wasted no time in making their presence felt on the field.

As the game progressed into the second quarter, the Potters continued to assert their dominance. A 36-yard pass from their quarterback Gavin Wright connected with Burchett, extending their lead to 13-0. The Indian Creek team responded with determination, managing a 9-yard touchdown run by Zach Byard, closing the gap to 13-7.

However, the East Liverpool Potters weren’t done yet. They orchestrated a spectacular 98-yard touchdown pass, with Wright delivering a school record-breaking throw to his teammate Burchett. This play further solidified the Potters’ lead at 20-7, showcasing their prowess in execution thus far in 2023.

The momentum carried into the fourth quarter, where the Potters continued to shine. Gavin Wright, displaying his running talents, achieved a 12-yard touchdown run, further extending the Potters’ advantage to 27-7. This final touchdown sealed the victory for the Potters, capping off a remarkable display of offensive prowess and determination.

East Liverpool moves to 2-0 on the season.

POTTERS VAULT INTO OVAC TITLE GAME

EAST LIVERPOOL OHIO – The East Liverpool boys basketball team got a big, 53-38 victory over in-conference rival Indian Creek Tuesday night.

Preston Kerr headlined the scoring department for the Potters scoring 19 points, helped out by teammates Cohen Pease who had 11 points and Jake Smith who had 10 points. Those three Potters were the three players to reach double figures with four other players contributing in the overall team tally.

With the win, the Potters improved their season record to 13-6 as the team will now begin to prepare for Saturday’s matchup against the Weir Red Raiders at 2 p.m in the OVAC 4A title. That game will be at Harrison Central High School. 

*Contributed By YSN’s Michael Wolfgang

 

BEAVER LOCAL CONTINUES TO CRUISE

EAST LIVERPOOL OH-?The Beavers continued their path of destruction on Friday night, as they defeated the Indian Creek Redskins 56-13.

 

The Beavers forced a turnover on downs on the first drive of the game, and followed it up with a 2 play TD drive as Austin Cline found Caden Foster from 12 yards out. On their next possession, it took them 5 plays to reach the end zone thanks to a 35 yard house call by Kaydon Bobby on a screen pass. Indian Creek didn’t just go away though, as Isaac Robinson housed the ensuing kickoff from 75 yards, and then both defenses took control the rest of the first quarter. In the second, the Beavers found their stride. Following a muffed punt Austin Cline threw a fadeaway pass to the endzone where Noah Bowyer made a tough catch while also drawing a pass interference call to make it 21-6. The penalty was enforced on the kickoff, and the Beavers went with a surprise inside kick which they recovered.

 

Austin Cline then ran it in from 20 yards out for his 4th total TD on the day, putting Beaver Local up 28-6. Their defense continued to create stops, and a Gabe Morgan 1 yard TD run followed by a 4 yard TD pass from Cline to Bobby again made it 42-6 at the half. The Beavers put the cherry on top with a Blake Lucas kickoff return TD to start the second half and a Wade Foster TD run in cleanup duty late in the fourth. Indian Creek scored one more time in the third, but it wasn’t enough as the final was 56-13.

 

The win secured a second straight Buckeye 8 conference title, and the Beavers will look to extend their 6 game winning streak next week against John Hay.

*Contributed By YSN’s Michael McKenzie

BEAVERS EARN A SWEEP OF INDIAN CREEK

EAST LIVERPOOL OH- Beaver Local was able yo power through Indian Creek last night in conference play. The Beavers won a tight second set, and used that momentum to easily grab the sweep. (25-6 25-23 25-15)

Peyton Roberts led the Beavers offense with 9 kills. She also served up 3 aces, and gathered 6 digs. Aleia Evanko set up the offense with 13 assists. She had a good defensive night as well with 9 digs, one shy of a double double. She also contributed 6 kills to the offense.  Briar Walski was an asset to the Beavers with 5 kills, 2 aces, and 7 digs.

The Beavers will return to action on Monday as they remain at home to host Carrollton.

BEAVERS SWEEP IN THE CREEK

STEUBENVILLE OH- The Beaver Local (6-4) girls volleyball team went into Wintersville and took care of business beating Indian Creek in straight sets 25-13, 25-16, 25-17 on Monday night.  Leading the way for the Beavers was Emma Joseph with 12 assists, 9 digs and Aleia Evanko who also had 9 digs along with 14 assists.  At the net Peyton Roberts had 12 kills, Briar Wolski 8 kills, Becca Buccheit and Jocelyn Pomeroy had 5 kills each.

In JV action, the Beavers won 25-15, 25-14.  Bria Boyd had 7 points and 12 assists. Adison Ketchum had 7 points and 6 kills. Sydney McNear had 8 points and 9 digs. Joslin Rhodes added 13 assists.

The Beavers play again Thursday at East Liverpool in the Volley for the Cure Match.

*Contributed by Josh Sigler at blathletics.org

POTTERS CANT FIND GOOD FORTUBE IN WINTERSVILLE

WINTERSVILLE OH- Both East Liverpool and Indian Creek came into Week 2 wanting a win. Liverpool wanted to build off momentum from Week 1, while the Redskins wanted to find momentum after dropping their first game, it was Creek that would find all the fortunate breaks as they beat the Potters 26-14.

After Indian Creek scored first, East Liverpool put together a drive trying to to tie the game. A Michael Hardy 5 yard touchdown run put them within one, but the conversion failed and they still trailed 7-6.  The Redskins weren’t phased by the Potters score though as a couple more big plays gave them a 20-6 lead by halftime.

Indian Creek would swing the door open for a Potters comeback as they fumbled on a fake punt. The turnover set up a touchdown run by Gavin Wright.  It put the Potters within a score 20-14.  Indian Creek would once again answer as another score would seal the deal 26-14.

East Liverpool will need to bounce back in Week 3 as they have a big road test in Salem.

BEAVERS LET INDIAN CREEK SLIP AWAY

The 2nd period was the difference in the game as Indian Creek defeated the visiting Beaver Local Beavers 63-53 in Friday’s basketball action.

The Beavers were outscored 25-8 in the 2nd quarter. Beaver Local was paced by a 17 point effort by Ethan Agnew and Sky Pappas added 11 points.

The Beavers return to action next Tuesday with a home contest against Richmond Edison.

*Contributed By YSN’s Gary Leininger

 

 

BEAVER LOCAL CANT CATCH UP TO REDSKINS

INDIAN CREEK OH- It was all catch-up at the end of the opening period for Beaver Local  as the Indian Creek Redskins jumped out to a 21-2 advantage after the 1st quarter and cruised to a 59-33 victory.

The Lady Beavers dropped their season slate to 2-3. Peyton Roberts and Chansyn Hoppel each had 8 points for Beaver Local.

Next up for the Beavers is a Thursday night home contest Harrison Central.

 

*Contributed By YSN’s Gary Leininger

BEAVERS WIN FIRST BUCKEYE 8 TITLE

Beaver Local made school history on Friday night, defeating the Indian Creek Redskins by a final score of 41-7, capturing their first Buckeye 8 Championship in school history.

The Skins got the ball to start things off, and they took it right down the field on Beaver Local, going 65 yards for the score. The Beavers responded though, turning to junior Caleb White for a 50 yard TD bomb to tie things up. The Beaver defense put the clamps on to get their offense the ball back, where Austin Cline ran in his second total TD of the game from 11 yards out. On the next Beaver offensive possession, they turned to the reliable Logan Blissenbach for a 40 yard TD pass, making it 21-7 through a quarter and a half.

The Beaver offense found the end zone one more time, courtesy of Austin Cline on the ground again, and went into the half up 27-7 with the Buckeye 8 title in their sights. They got the ball out of the halftime period, and didn’t slow anything down. Cline found Caden Foster for a 63 yard bomb to make it 34-7, putting the game out of reach for the Skins. They turned to Micah Jones to run it in from 4 yards out to put the finishing touches on the victory, capping off a 41-7 win on a night that the Beavers will not soon forget.

The Beavers still have some work to do to earn a playoff berth, as they look to add to the 6 game win streak next week, hosting Martins Ferry on Senior night at Pastore Field.

*Contributed By YSN’s Mike McKenzie

BEAVERS GO ON THE ROAD AND EARN STRONG WIN

WINTERSVILLE OH- Beaver Local started a 4 game road trip on Thursday by going to Indian Creek and getting a strong win. The scores were 25-22, 21-25, 25-20, 25-18.

Bailey Bowersock had 9 kills and 11 digs. Kodi Kinsey had 4 assists and 22 digs. Emma Joseph had 21 assists. Elizabeth Kolkowski had 9 kills, 4 digs and 2 blocks. Leah Riccardo had 2 kills and 6 digs. Brooke Talbott had 14 kills, 20 assists, and 11 digs. Grace Hill had 15 kills and 4 blocks. Briar Wolski had 6 kills. Chloe Reed had 6 digs.

The Beavers play again Saturday at Riverview with JV starting at 2pm.

*Contributed By Sarah Lowe