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Liberty downs Lincoln

From Staff Reports

SHINNSTON -- Christina Lane scored eight points, while Lauren Todd and Stephanie Metheny each added seven, as Liberty beat Lincoln 2-0 in high school volleyball on Thursday. The Mountaineers (5-0) won 15-8 and 15-8. Lacy Pill led the Cougars with 14 points.

HAWKS WIN AGAIN: South Harrison used the strong service play of Sarah Byrd to beat Grafton.

Byrd had 14 points, including four aces and one kill, in the 15-5, 15-0 win.

Hope West added four aces and two kills for South Harrison (5-1 overall, 4-0 Big 10).

INDIANS DOWN BEARCATS, PHILIP BARBOUR: Bridgeport swept past Grafton Wednesday night in Big 10 volleyball action, then beat Philip Barbour on Thursday.

Janet Sabatelli led the Indians against Grafton with 15 points and 12 sets.

Christa Romesburg and Renee Sabatelli added six points apiece. Romesburg also had eight spikes, with five aces and three kills.

Kelley Gray had 15 points, Sabatelli eight points and Romesburg 15 spikes to lead the Indians (3-2) in the win over Philip Barbour (2-1).

Erin Price had 13 points for the Colts, while Jessica Maunz had 17 kills.

Prep golf

DYE CLASSIC: The Pete Dye Prep Classic, featuring golf teams from Bridgeport, Grafton, Robert C. Byrd and Wheeling Park, will be held Monday at the Pete Dye Golf Club.

The nine-hole event begins at 3 p.m.

Prep soccer

INDIANS TIE: Lauren Blaney scored in the 12th minute as Bridgeport tied University 1-1 in high school soccer.

The Indians (4-4-1) next play host to Hedgesville on Saturday at 3 p.m.

In action late Wednesday, Ashley Strawn had a goal and an assist to pace Buckhannon-Upshur past Bridgeport 4-0 in girls high school soccer. Amy Hawkinberry and Kelley Thorne added goals for the Buccaneers. Bridgeport fell to 4-4.

College volleyball

A-B ROLLS: Alderson-Broaddus beat Wheeling Jesuit 15-7, 15-4, 15-8 in West Virginia Conference volleyball to improve to 3-3 on the year.

GLENVILLE WINS: Cheryl Stout had 10 points, nine kills and three blocks as Glenville beat Ohio Valley College 15-4, 16-14, 15-5 on Thursday.