Edison has hired offensive coordinator Shane O’Brien as its head football coach. The former Wildcat running back and linebacker has been an assistant with Edison the past four seasons.
Girls high school basketball, Ridgewood beat Edison in the sectional playoffs 33-28. Edison senior Kayla Huff scored 10 points to go over the 1,000 points mark for her career.
Boys high school basketball, Steubenville beat Edison 81-64. Calvin Bickerstaff scored 12 points and Josh Zimmerman added 10 for Big Red. Anthony Sinicroppi scored a game-high 20 points and Isaac Schmitz added 11 for the Wildcats.
Toronto beat Edison 57-33. Nate Karaffa had 21 points and Trillion West added 11 for the Red Knights. Isaac Schmitz and Alec Bane both had eight points for the Wildcats.
Steubenville Catholic Central clinched a second-straight OVAC final four berth with a 69-28 victory over Edison. Julia Zatta scored 15 points, while Christine Dombrowski and Grace Godich each had 12 for the Crusaders. Kayla Huff led the Wildcats with nine points.
Edison downed Southern Local 45-41. Kayla Huff scored 27 points for the Wildcats.
This week’s Eastern Gateway Community College High School Athlete of the Week is Edison girls’ basketball player Kayla Huff. Kayla scored 23 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in a Wildcats’ win over Toronto. Kayla also scored 38 points and had seven rebounds for the Wildcats in a victory over Martins Ferry. Kayla Huff will receive a plaque complements of Granada Trophies on Main Street in Weirton.
Edison topped Martins Ferry 49-48. Kayla Huff scored 38 points and grabbed seven rebounds for the Wildcats.
Edison downed Toronto 46-33. Kayla Huff had 22 points and 11 rebounds, while Sami Springer scored 11 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for the Wildcats. Jozaeyah Jordan and Gina Fogle each scored 10 points for the Red Knights.
Tusky Valley eliminated Edison in the Division III District Semifinals 25-6, 25-8, 25-12. Kayla Huff had four blocks, three digs and seven assists for Edison. Briana Crawford recorded five digs and seven hits, Allie Grimes had seven assists and McKenzie Morrison had two kills and seven hits for the Wildcats.