Cavs LAX


By Dan Ramey

GIRLS LACROSSE: The Chillicothe Girls Lacrosse team rolled past Fairmont 19-4. Recent Wheeling Jesuit signee Bethany Wallingford led the scoring parade with 7 Cavalier goals. Other scorers included Jera Copley 5, Maddie Rann 2, Heidi Arth 1, Aries Barnes 1, Daelyn Fry 1, Brittney Harper 1 and Peyton McBee 1 as the Cavs fired in 32 shots on goal. The Cavaliers improved to 6-5 and will host Gahanna Lincoln Monday night at The O.

BOYS VOLLEYBALL: The Cavaliers battled Xenia on Senior Night. The Cavs closed out their final home match improving their overall season record to 5-7 with a 3-0 (25-15, 25-20, 25-21). The Cavaliers dominated from the service line scoring 24 aces with 9 different servers over three sets. “We gave the guys a lot of different variables tonight and they handled it very well” said coach Andrew Vitatoe. “We put them into several lineups and rotations that they weren’t used to and they applied what we have been learning all season and adapted.” Stats leaders: Tanner Cutright 5 kills, David Hirsch 7 aces, Zach Ayres 4 aces. Seniors Zach Ayres, Patrick Corbin, Marcus Craddock, and Kristopher Martin were honored in between matches as the programs first senior class. The next home match will be April 27th against Eastmoor Academy.

BASEBALL: Chillicothe scored a 7-4 win at Sheridan… Tanner Chenault tossed 4-innings striking out seven Eastern Eagles allowing just 3-hits as Southeastern edged Eastern 8-7… Clayton Howell had the game winner as Waverly got past Minford 3-2. Logan Kottenbrook earned the win for the Tigers who improved to 6-1 in the SOC… Washington had its hands full with Wilmington as the Hurricane crossed the plate ten times in a 10-0 win. Wilmington scored 5 runs in the 3rd inning to set the tone.

SOFTBALL: Eastern doubled up Southeastern 6-3… Wilmington scored an 8-3 win over Washington. Courtney Smart scattered 7-hits while going the distance for the Lady Hurricane. Wilmington scored three runs in the 2nd and 4th innings to build a 6-1 lead.

(Photo by Vanessa George/wbex.com)