MINGO JUNCTION - Russell Ratcliffe scored four times as the Indian Creek boys soccer team defeated visiting John Marshall, 6-2, Wednesday at Muth Field.
Max Lewis added a goal and an assist, George Shay a goal and Jordan Herald an assist as the Redskins raised their record to 6-5.
Zack Barker had two saves and Andrew Price six.
NIGHT SOCCER — Weir High’s Alyssa Shingle makes a play during Wednesday’s 4-0 victory over host East Liverpool.
-- Jimmy Joe Savage
Indian Creek hosts Minerva at 10 a.m. Saturday.
Mohigans nip Brooke
MORGANTOWN - Brooke's Logan Lojszczyk and Morgantown's Tee Tanner each shot 42 to share medalist honors as the Mohigans nipped the Bruins, 180-185, Wednesday at Pines Country Club.
Mario Boni shot 47, Noah Teaff 47 and Michael Petrosky 50 for the Bruins.
Red Riders blank Potters
EAST LIVERPOOL - The Weir High girls soccer team stopped host East Liverpool, 4-0, Wednesday evening.
Francesca Rock scored twice for the winners. Francesca Farran added a goal and an assist and Morgan Cassels a goal. Alyssa Kelly made two saves.
East Liverpool keeper Chelesa Possage totaled 20 saves.
The Red Riders host Magnolia at 11 a.m. Saturday and the Potters at 5:30 p.m. Monday.
FUS women's soccer wins
BEAVER FALLS, Pa. - The Franciscan University of Steubenville women's soccer team stopped host Geneva College, 2-0, Wednesday, to raise its record to 6-3.
"This was the most consistent quality and consistent tempo we have played all season," head coach Clare McBane said. "They came out hard and played their first half better than they've played some of their second halves. They continued that tempo the whole game."
Jordan Byrley and Hannah Cooke scored with assists from Ashley Ruttencutter.
"Our first goal was one of the prettier goals I've seen in a really long time," McBane said. "The girls continued to possess well through the entire game."
FUS men's soccer loses
STEUBENVILLE - The Franciscan University of Steubenville men's soccer team dropped a 3-0 decision to visiting Washington & Jefferson Wednesday.
"We played very well in stretches," FUS head coach Ward Rogers said. "We had a lot of really good chances in the first half where we were bringing the ball up and developing the space."
The Barons visit Penn State-Behrend at 1 p.m. today.