NEWTON TOWNSHIP — Kayne Johnson scored off a counter attack with 3:36 left in regulation as visiting West Muskingum earned a 2-1 win against Maysville in the Muskingum Valley League on Thursday.
The Tornadoes (5-4-1, 5-2) led 1-0 after Jeremy Moore scored off an indirect kick from Kian Frost with 20:24 left in the first half.
It stayed that way until Noah Cornell tied the game with 7:28 to play, connecting on a low shot from 25 yards that eluded traffic.
Johnson answered minutes later, taking a long pass from Jared Chernick into the box, where he scored to the upper corner from just inside 18 yards.
Ian Myers had five saves for West and Wesley Flynn saved five for the Panthers.
John Glenn 2, Tri-Valley 0: The host Muskies (8-2, 7-0) remained unbeaten in league play Thursday behind goals from Austin Blatt and Kaden Taylor.
Both goals came unassisted in the second half after a scoreless 40 minutes.
Zak Harper had six saves for John Glenn as each team had six shots on goal.
Rosecrans 6, Dover 0: Darby Lynch and Kylan Harper kicked two goals each in a dominant effort for the host Bishops, who improved to 9-1 overall and 5-0 in the East Central Ohio League.
Lynch also added two assists; aiding the scoring were Chloe Amich and Claire Creeks with a goal apiece. Amich had two assists as well.
Allison Losco had two saves in the first half while Chloe Eicher had three saves in the second.
Zanesville 8, Cambridge 0: Destiny Johnson accounted for half of the Lady Devils’ goals in an East Central Ohio League win at John D. Sulsberger Memorial Stadium.
Libby Dolen, Madeline Russell, Leikyn Dalponte and Ali Waite also scored for Zanesville, while Dolen, Johnson, Russell, Allie Murphy, Sydney Everson and Karissa Weekley had assists.
Kenzie Newsom saved a penalty shot to lead the effort at goal.
Maysville 2, West M 1: The Panthers scored on a direct kick with three seconds left to escape with a Muskingum Valley League road win.
Chloe Crowley gave the Tornadoes a 1-0 lead after scoring off a pass from Avery Dotson — it was the team’s first goal of the season — with 25:25 left in the first half.
Maysville, which held a 17-2 edge in shots on goal, tied the game with 19:19 left.
Maya Sprankle had nine saves for the Tornadoes.
Maysville 25, 25, 25, Morgan 14, 17, 19: A strong balanced effort led the Panthers to an MVL road win.
Natalie Bender had seven kills and four blocks for the Panthers (11-2, 7-1); Aubrey Clark had two aces, 23 assists and six digs, Madison Riggle had eight kills, Kori Sidwell had eight kills and 11 digs and Peyton Morrow 16 digs.
Athena Lowe had six kills, Alexis Duffy had four kills and one ace, Makayla Work had 11 digs and Addie Joe Finley had 12 assists for Morgan.
Crooksville 25, 25, 25, West M 13, 17, 20: Carson Miller tallied 10 kills with five digs and three aces as the Ceramics (6-5, 4-4) earned an MVL home win.
Jade Thompson served up 11 aces with four digs, Kaitlyn Mills was 11-of-12 serving with five aces and three kills, Lacie Ebert had six kills and six digs and Lauren Rambo piled up 24 assists with 9-of-9 serving for the Ceramics.
Sydney Amore had seven kills, Kelly Stainbrook 14 digs and Sarah Junk three kills with 16 assists and four digs for West.
Philo 25, 20, 25, 25, 15, Tri-Valley 14, 25, 27, 18, 5: Maddie Clayton piled up 25 kills with nine blocks as the Electrics outlasted the visiting Scotties in a marathon at the Power Plant.
Hunter Barnes added 23 kills and four blocks, Hannah Allen a school-record 49 assists and Haley Robinson 11 digs for Philo.
Brianna Dawson paced the Scotties with 15 kills and four blocks.
John Glenn 25, 22, 25, 25, New Lexington 10, 25, 9, 18: Brooke Fatheree had 22 kills with seven digs and one ace as the Muskies (12-2, 7-1) stayed tied for the MVL lead.
Erin Dickson tallied up 29 assists with four kills and 10 digs, Alexa Harshbarger added 11 digs with six assists and three aces. Quinci Jones and Mara Leach both had eight digs.
Maria Fondale led New Lexington with 10 kills and five digs and Miranda Kincaid piled up 28 assists.
Tri-Valley 186, Ridgewood 222: Alyssa Shawger and Gabby Lane tied for medalist honors with 43, as the Scotties beat the Generals Wednesday.
Lizzy Wood had a 48 and Harlie Brocklehurst a 52 for Tri-Valley, and the low score for Ridgewood was Samantha Wilson with a 45.
Newark 5, Zanesville 0: The Lady Devils were swept at home Thursday against visiting Newark.