NEW CONCORD -- John Glenn shook off a sluggish first half to roll past Maysville 6-0 in Muskingum Valley League girls soccer action on Monday night.
Caroline Lee punched home the lone goal of the first half at the 7:27 mark with an assist from Ashley Townsend for a 1-0 JG lead at the intermission.
"We started slowly tonight, but got it going in that second half," John Glenn coach Clay Wilkins offered. "Overall I'm pleased with the way we are playing, but we're still young and working on being more consistent in our play."
Sarah Townsend tallied the first of five second half goals at the 39:04 mark for the Lady Muskies' 2-0 lead with Lee picking up the assist.
Ashlyn Clark made it 3-0 at 27:47 with an unassisted score, followed by Gabby Lemon finding the back of the net with Clark getting the assist to extend the lead to 4-0 with 16:20 left in the match.
Ashley Townsend then collected a pair of goals to close out the John Glen scoring and improve to 2-0 in the MVL and 2-0-1 overall on the season.
John Glenn finished with a dominating 18-to-3 edge in shots on goal, with JG goal keeper Audrey Hague finishing with three saves.
Michah Lilje paced the John Glenn defensive effort with four steals in the match.
NEXT -- The John Glenn girls will host West Muskingum on Wednesday at 5:30 p.m.
Marietta 6, Cambridge 0
The Cambridge High boys' soccer team dropped a 6-0 contest to visiting Marietta High in East Central Ohio League soccer action on Monday.
John Mannix completed a hat trick for the Tigers with three goals while Austyn Chen scored two goals and Jake Craven chipped in with a goal.
The Bobcats' goalkeeper, Evan Hannon, recorded 20 saves for the hosts.
Following the loss, the 'Cats fell to 0-3 on the year while Marietta picked up its first win and his now 1-0-1.
NEXT -- The Cambridge boys will travel to St. Clairsville on Thursday for a 5:30 p.m. match.
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Wheeling Central 9, Caldwell 2
CALDWELL -- Host Caldwell High was defeated by Wheeling Central High by a final score of 9-2 in non-league soccer action on Monday.
The Redskins were able to get off two shots in the match and they were both good for goals. The first goal was scored by Sean Rataiczak assisted by Crystal Goman while Bryce Hannum scored the next goal assisted by Pedro Ivo.
Pacing Wheeling Central was Jacob Estep with a game-high four goals. Other scorers for the Maroon Knights include Brendan Smith, Thomas Minor, Alex Magruder and Zack Zelewicz.
Rataiczak and Skyler Roets combined for 19 keeper saves for the Redskins.
NEXT -- Caldwell will host Monroe Central on Wednesday at 5:30 p.m.