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EAST LIVERPOOL OH- East Liverpool got their first win on their brand new field on Friday night as they toppled Oak Glen 44-12.

It was the run game that dominated the night for the Potters.  They ran for a total of 443 yards and had two players eclipse the 100 yard mark.  Quintin Conrad led the way in that category as he tumbled on to 177 yards with just 11 attempts.  That’s a stunning average of almost 16 yards per run.  Trent Davis also ran wild for 125 yards on 10 Carrie’s to add to the Potters onslaught.  The Potters will stay home on Friday as they conclude the regular season hosting Weir.



In the words of Herm Edwards “You Play to Win the Game”.  The game was an OVAC Volleyball Semi Final game between Oak Glen and Beaver Local.  Previous to Tuesday both teams had won a match against each other, so coming in everyone knew that it was going to be a battle of friendly and equal rivals.  The Beavers came into the night riding an 8 match win streak and continued their hot streak into the first set winning 25-22.  The Bears behind a young talented team came back and won the second set 18-25.  Both teams continued back and forth with Beaver Local winning the third set 25-19, and Oak Glen winning the fourth set 15-25.  The fifth set began and the Beavers coming out and getting a quick 3 point lead that Oak Glen was never able to counter enough to get any closer.  Beaver Local won 15-10 and secured their spot in the championship round.

For Beaver Local Briar Wolski and Peyton Roberts had 11 kills each, while Jocelyn Pomeroy had 10.  Aleia Evanko and Emma Roberts were successful in feeding the front row with 17 and 12 assists respectively.  Four different Beaver Local players had double digit digs with Chloe Reed leading the charge at 13.

Beaver Local now moves on to play rival #1 seed East Liverpool in the OVAC 4A Volleyball Championship at Union Local on Saturday at 1:00pm

*Contributed By Josh Sigler at blathletics.org


COLUMBIANA OH- The Clippers fell behind early and couldn’t come back in an 8-4 loss to Oak Glen on Saturday. Oak Glen scored on a walk and a groundout in the first inning.

The Clippers scored four runs in the seventh inning. Audrey Smith, Alaina Johnston, and Alivia Bell all moved runners across the plate with RBIs in the inning.

Tori Long took the loss for Columbiana. The righty lasted three and a third innings, allowing five hits and four runs while striking out five.

Julia Rapp went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead the Clippers in hits.

Columbiana will return to the diamond on Monday as they host Leetonia.

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NEW CUMBERLAND WV- The duo of Skylar Pappas and Eathan Agnew each scored 13 points as the Beaver Local Beavers took down Oak Glen 49-40 in Tuesday night hoops action.

Down by 4 points after the opening period the Beavers outscored Oak Glen 40-28 in the remaining 3 quarters.

Austin Cline was also in double figures for the Beavers with 10 points. Logan Bissenbach was also important to the Beaver Local offense. He contributed 8 key points.

Beaver Local hits the hardwoods again Friday night as they will host Linsly.

*Contributed By YSN’s Gary Leininger


EAST LIVERPOOL OH- Beaver Local goals are still right in front of them. On Tuesday, the Beavers played Oak Glen in the OVAC semi final, They fought hard and picked up a win. The scores were 25-18, 25-14, and 25-12.

Emma Joseph had 15 assists and 6 digs. Kodi Kinsey had 10 digs. Leah Riccardo had 5 digs and 4 kills. Bailey Bowersock had 8 digs. Brooke Talbot had 7 kills and 11 assists. Elizabeth Kolkowski had 5 kills and 4 blocks. Grace Hill had 11 kills and 3 blocks. The beavers will travel to Union Local on Saturday to play in the OVAC championship at 3:45.

Coach Sarah Lowe: tonight we put together a strong performance and we are looking forward to having the opportunity to play on Saturday in the finals. We are still awaiting the outcome on the east Liverpool versus Indian Creek match, but we know whoever it is that we face we are up against some strong competition. In the final stretch we have already seen each of these opponents twice which makes the matchup all that much more challenging.

Senior Brooke Talbot: we knew this game would be a tough one coming out playing a team we already beat twice. we knew they’d be fired up and beating them in 3 sets today was so exciting. outsmarting teams like Oak Glen is what we need to do every game and super excited to play in the championship round this saturday.

Senior Bailey Bowersock: Tonight everyone came out on fire ready to play. We put put our best foot forward and played our game. We hustled to every ball and never gave up. It feels really good to come back out with a win.

*Contributed By Sarah Lowe


EAST LIVERPOOOL OH- Beaver Local continued to dispatch their opponents one by one winning their 10th game of the season defeating visiting Oak Glen in 4 sets 17-25, 25-15, 25-22, 25-12.

Playing their second contest in back to back nights, the Beavers were taken to task right away by the visitors. “Oak Glen came prepared to play with a strong offensive game in that 1st set” said Head Coach Sarah Lowe. After regrouping and coming away with a 2nd set victory, Beaver Local was challenged again mightily in the 3rd set. Down 22-18 the Beavers stormed back to score the next 7 points to claim the crucial 3rd set. “The girls really showed their grit and perseverance during that stage of the match” said the Red & White head coach. The home standing Beavers used those intangibles the rest of the away overpowering Oak Glen to secure the victory.

Brooke Talbot filled the stat sheet with 8 kills, 3 aces, 7 assists, and 13 digs. The front line once again came through as Elizabeth Kolkowski had 10 kills and 2 blocks. Front line teammate, and Big Dog of the Valley winner Grace Hill, contributed 8 kills and 5 blocks in victory. Kodi Kinsey solidified the backrow with 13 digs.

The Beavers (10-1) will have no time to rest as they will welcome rival East Liverpool to the Beaver Dome on Saturday afternoon. The game will also serve as their annual Volley for the Cure game.

*Contributed by YSN’s Chris Sigler


EAST LIVERPOOL, OH- The Potter’s defense came well prepared Friday night as they were able to hold an Oak Glen offense who has averaged 40+ points a game to start the season scoreless for the first 3 quarters of action on Homecoming night at Patterson Field.

The Potter offense struggled to back up the defensive effort and Oak Glen was able to keep the East Liverpool defense on the field and wear them down in the fourth quarter to take the battle of the bridge 21-14.

Derek Carter led East Liverpool with 137 yards on the ground but it was All-State player Nick Woodyard who was responsible for both East Liverpool scores on only 10 touches Friday night. One of those being an electrifying 85-yard kickoff return for a score. As for the Bears Hunter Patterson put on a show as he turned 26 touches into 222 all-purpose yards.

East Liverpool’s Breanna Kelly was crowned homecoming queen at halftime.

Potters travel to Martins Ferry next week, while Oak Glen is at home VS Edison

Oak Glen 21, East Liverpool 14
Oak Glen: 0-0-0-21–21
E. Liverpool: 0-7-0-7–14

EL: Nick Woodyard 4 run (Austin Deering kick)
OG: Paxton Shuman 1 run (kick blocked)
EL: Nick Woodyard 85 kickoff return (Deering kick)
OG: Paxton Shuman 5 run (Hunter Patterson pass from Nick Chaney)
OG: Paxton Shuman 2 run (Seth Mozingo kick)

PASSING: Oak Glen 18-29-232-0-0 (all by Nick Chaney); East Liverpool 6-18-47-0-2 (all by Nate Davis).

RUSHING: Oak Glen 44-174-3 (Hunter Patterson 16-88; Paxton Shuman 22-60-3; Gage Patterson 4-32; Nick Chaney 1-3); East Liverpool 30-157 (Derek Carter 20-127; Nick Woodyard 6-22-1; Nate Davis 4-8)

RECEIVING: Oak Glen 18-232 (Hunter Patterson 10-134; Gage Patterson 6-61; Zach Taylor 1-24; Brayden Mineard 1-7; Michael Lemley 1-6); East Liverpool 6-47 (Nick Woodyard 3-21; Timmy Neal 2-8; Howie Williams 1-18)

FIRST DOWNS: Oak Glen 19; East Liverpool 10.
FUMBLES-LOST: Oak Glen 1-0; East Liverpool 1-1.
PENALTIES-YARDS: Oak Glen 4-20; East Liverpool 7-51.
PUNTS: Oak Glen 3-24; East Liverpool 6-40.


*Story contributed by YSN’s Tommy Pease


EAST LIVERPOOL, OH- East Liverpool fell behind early and couldn’t come back in a 10-0 loss to Oak Glen on Tuesday. Oak Glen took the lead on a single in the first inning, and capitalized throughout the game.

The Potters struggled to contain the high-powered offense of Oak Glen, giving up ten runs on eight hits.  A single by Paxton Grimes in the first inning was a positive for East Liverpool.  Lemley took the win for Oak Glen. He allowed three hits and zero runs over five innings, striking out three and walking one.  Devin Toothman took the loss for East Liverpool. He went one and two-thirds innings, allowing five runs on three hits.

Offensively, Blaize DavisGrimes, and Trevor Wern each had one hit to lead East Liverpool.  Creese went 2-for-2 at the plate to lead Oak Glen in hits. Oak Glen was stout on defense and didn’t commit a single error.


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