Ridgewood beats MalvernMALVERN -- Ridgewood took down Malvern in three straight in Inter-Valley Conference play on Monday. Final scores were 25-8, 25-21, and 25-18. Jordan Vaiea led the Generals (9-4, 8-4 IVC) with 13 points (4 aces) and eight digs while Jessica Casterline was right behind with 12 points and seven assists. Kayla Tedrick finished with nine assists and five digs while Kim Michael had seven kills and five blocks.Connie Neenan led the Hornets (0-16, 0-11 IVC) with five points. The Generals won the reserve match in two games. Indian Valley wins TriwaySHREVE -- Indian Valley won a Principals Athletic Conference match against Triway on Monday by the counts of 25-21, 25-16, and 25-23. Morgan Henderson had 14 points (four aces) and 20 assists to lead the Braves (11-5, 8-3 IVC) while Chanda Page finished with 11 kills and 25 digs. Jessy Shear came through with 10 kills and eight points. Triway won the reserve match in three games.Nc'town beats Conotton ValleyBOWERSTON -- Newcomerstown snapped its five-game skid, taking care of homestanding Conotton Valley on Monday 25-7, 25-7, 25-12 in Inter-Valley Conference action.The Trojans (6-11, 3-9 IVC) were led by Allison Snyder's 15 kills and five blocks. Cydney McMillian added seven kills while Krystin Raach had a triple-double, contributing 18 assists, 15 points, and 15 digs. Taylor Crossman added 11 points and five aces with Andrea McWhorter getting 13 digs.Courtney Standiford had five kills and four blocks for the Rockets (4-9, 1-8 overall).Newcomerstown won in the reserve match in two games.Nc'town falls to RidgewoodWEST LAFAYETTE -- Despite leading for most of the first two matches, Newcomerstown dropped an Inter-Valley Conference game to Ridgewood on Tuesday, 25-23, 27-25, 25-9.The Trojans (6-12, 3-10 IVC) were led by Allison Snyder with 10 kills and five blocks at the net. Erica Roberts registered eight kills, three points (two aces), and 13 digs; Krystin Raach led all passers with 16 assists; Chelsea Bryant scored nine points (three aces); and Andrea McWhorter led the defense with 14 digs."We are getting closer to where we need to be," said Newcomerstown coach John Dupke. "Our late-game mistakes just allowed Ridgewood (10-4, 9-4 IVC) to come back and win. We can't keep shooting ourselves in the foot."Maggie Nagle had 14 points (four aces) to lead the Generals (10-4, 9-4 IVC). Kayla Tedrick scored 11 points (three aces) to go with eight kills, 15 assists, and seven digs. Kim Michael had 10 points and 10 kills while Jessica Casterline contributed 12 assists. Jordan Vaiea scored five points, had six blocks and came up with four digs.The Generals won the reserve match in two games.Indian Valley sweeps TuslawGNADENHUTTEN -- Indian Valley made it a clean sweep over Tuslaw on Thursday, 25-14, 25-19, and 25-18. The Principals Athletic Conference win lifted the Braves to 9-3 in league play and 12-5 overall.Kelly Von Kaenel scored 15 points and Chanda Page came up with 15 kills and 19 digs to lead Indian Valley. Jessy Shear finished with18 kills and 19 digs while Morgan Henderson contributed 36 assists.Indian Valley won the reserve match in two games.Ridgewood takes down GarawaySUGARCREEK -- Ridgewood came back from a one-game deficit to take down Garaway 16-25, 25-11, 25-20, and 25-23, for a Thursday Inter-Valley Conference win.Kayla Tedrick scored 17 points (4 aces) to with seven 7 kills, three blocks, 16 assists and 17 digs to lead the Generals (11-4, 10-4 IVC). Kim Michael came through with 13 points, nine kills, and eight blocks while Maggie Nagle finished with nine points, eight kills and 14 blocks. Jordan Vaiea and Lacey Berry each contributed 14 digs. Anya Misko had 12 points (3 aces) and 11 blocks for the Pirates (7-12, 5-8 IVC). Garaway won the reserve match in three games.Nc'town beats MalvernIt took homestanding Newcomerstown just three games to complete a sweep of visiting Malvern in Inter-Valley Conference volleyball action on Thursday.The Trojans (7-12, 4-10 IVC) claimed straight wins of 25-13, 25-9 and 25-11 over the winless Hornets (0-18, 0-13 IVC).Taylor Crossman paced the Newcomerstown offense with 13 points including five aces, while Andrea McWhorter added nine points (four aces) and Chelsea Bryant chipped in eight points. At the net, Allison Snyder hammered 10 kills and a pair of blocks, while Bryant added four stops. Setter Krystin Raach dished out 22 assists and McWhorter had 14 digs to lead the defense.Taylor Zeiger had six points and three kills to pace the Hornets.Newcomerstown won the reserve match in two games.