Prep Roudup: Foldi wins first at Harrison; Ferry swimmers shine
CADIZ — The matchup between the teacher and the pupil Tuesday evening in Cadiz lived up to the hype.
Harrison Central first year head coach Aaron Foldi fended off his prep coach Joe Dunlevy and his alma mater, Indian Creek, in double overtime for a cherished 81-80 victory.
Fueling the Huskies was the one-two punch of senior Jace Madzia and junior Hayden Cassidy. Madzia finished with 27 and Cassidy added 20. Mykel Quito posted 11, while Logan Elliott had 14.
Indian Creek received 32 points from Drake Freshwater. Logan Kuczykowski added 15 and Caleb Bodo finished with 13.
Monroe Central 60, Bridgeport 41
BRIDGEPORT — The invading Seminoles made it two wins in as many outings Tuesday by rolling past the Bulldogs inside the John J. Havlicek Gymnasium.
The Seminoles used an impressive second half in which they outscored Bridgeport, 35-16.
Sophomore Tucker Howell led the Seminoles with 23 points. Tyler Whitacre had 10 points.
Bridgeport was led by Daniel Spurlock’s 13 and Gary Widmor’s 12.
Ferry swims well at Brooke
WELLSBURG — The Purple Riders finished second in the boys triangular with 55 points, which was three points behind host Brooke. The Purple Rider girls were third, trailing University and Brooke.
Martins Ferry junior Brock Brewer was a double winner, capturing the 100 breast (1:11.32) and 50 freestyle (25.65).
Senior John Cosort continued his fine early season, winning the 100 fly in 55.56 and the 200 freestyle in 1:52.92.
Linsly sweeps River View, Warren
WHEELING — The Cadets picked up two more wins Tuesday evening, swimming past River View and Warren Local.
The girls were led by a trio of double winners.
Anna Norman captured the 100 backstroke in 1:09.30 and
Liv Torner won the 100 breaststroke in 1:15.70 and the 50 free in 26.49.
Junior Berta Roca won the 200IM in 2:22.61 and later added the 100 free in 58.76.
On the boys’ side, Parker Griffith won the 100 back (1:11.37) and the 50 free in 25.44.
Weir tops Harrison Central
The Red Riders knocked over 2,416 pins to defeat Harrison Central, which finished with 2056 on Tuesday.
Weir’s Shane Arnold posted the high individual game (246) and high series (473) to win the individual top honor.