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Warrior football team sits down at banquet table

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Favor for family leads to business venture

By Leigh Ann Rutledge Accent Editor   CARROLL COUNTY – A favor for a relative resulted in a career for Kristen Huffman. In May 2015, Huffman’s aunt asked her to make a More »

Judge urges civilians to fulfill their obligations to veterans

By Carol McIntire Editor   CARROLLTON – Dominick E. Olivito Jr. spoke of the commitment veterans and soldiers make to the United States through the words of former presidents during the annual More »

The eagle has landed at the FFA Camp

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Scott earns All-Ohio honors at state cc meet

HEBRON – Minerva’s Mackenzie Scott placed seventh to help the Lady Lions to a sixth place finish at last Saturday’s OHSAA State Cross Country meet at National Trail Raceway in Hebron. Scott More »

 

Scott earns All-Ohio honors at state cc meet

Minerva senior Mackenzie Scott (red jersey) placed in the Division II girls race at the state cross country meet to earn All-Ohio honors.

HEBRON – Minerva’s Mackenzie Scott placed seventh to help the Lady Lions to a sixth place finish at last Saturday’s OHSAA State Cross Country meet at National Trail Raceway in Hebron.

Scott ran a time of 18:40.2 to earn first team All-Ohio honors.

Carrollton had one runner take part in the Division II race, junior Micah Donley placed 77th with a time of 20:03.7.

“It was not the race she had hoped for, but she still ran well,” said Carrollton head coach Chris Woolf.

“I am proud of all of the hard work and dedication she showed throughout this season, and I know she is looking forward to coming back and letting loose next year.

“This was her first time at state as an individual and there were lots of new and different things for her to process.”

Warriors, Lions earn post-season NBC honors

Post season awards and team standings were announced last week by Northeastern Buckeye Conference (NBC) officials.

Listed below are individual selections from Carrollton and Minerva, team standings and the last time either school won the league title.

 

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Team Title: Minerva and West Branch (tie).

Carrollton: Christian Barto, first team; Bruce Ferrell and Justin Shaw, second team; Emmett Davis and Drue Moore, honorable mention.

Most recent team championship: 2014: tied with Louisville. Finished third this season with a 12-2 record and a fourth place finish in the NBC tournament.

Minerva: Scotty Wilson and Connor Wright, first team; Chris Lowe and Trey Weber, second team; Mitch Myers and Charlie Bolanz, honorable mention.

Minerva tied for the league title with Marlington with a 10-4 record and first place finish in the tournament.

CHS play set Nov. 10, 11

The Importance of Being Ernest, described as “a trivial comedy for serious people”, will be presented at 7 p.m. this Friday and Saturday, Nov. 10 and 11, at the Bell-Herron Middle School.

Tickets are $8 at the door. Presale tickets $5 and may be purchased until this Thursday by calling Mindy Domer at 330-627-8228 or emailing Alzana Nuzzolillo at alzana.nuzzolillo@carrolltonschools.org. Presale tickets may also be obtained in room 101 at CHS.

Presented by the CHS Speech and Drama Department, the cast includes Robert Husted as Jack Worthing, Alan Domer as Algernon Moncrieff, Celia Meek as Lady Bracknell, Sarah Wilsford as Gwyendolyn Fairfax, Olivia Kienzle as Cecily Cardew, Bailey McKarns as Miss Prism, Jared DeGarmo as Reverend Chasuble, Zach Parsons as Lane and Grace Barnhart as Merriman.

Sherrodsville church planning 65th anniversary celebration

A 65th anniversary celebration is planned at Sherrodsville Wesleyan Church Nov. 12 at 10:30 a.m.

The celebration will begin in the sanctuary with a time of worship, celebrating what God has done, is doing, and will do through the church.

Many previous pastors will share in the special time including special speaker, Rev. David Paul, who was pastor at Wesleyan Church from 2003 to 2011. The celebration will be followed by a covered dish dinner in the Fellowship Hall, with testimonies and stories.

It all began in 1952 when Mrs. Myrtle Clow was visiting in Sherrodsville. She felt the need for a church in Sherrodsville and spoke to her pastor about it. Rev. Willard Dunn, then pastor of Canton Second Wesleyan Methodist Church, approved the idea and a canvas was made of the community in interest of the first service.

School officials monitor flu-like outbreak at middle school

Carrollton school officials continue to update families on the recent flu-like virus that affected several students at Bell-Herron Middle School.

Supt. Dr. David Quattrochi said Tuesday, officials do not have confirmation of the type of flu-like virus the students may have contracted on a trip to Washington, DC, last week.

Approximately 100 students were affected by the virus at Bell-Herron Middle School after the group returned from the Washington trip.

Dr. Quattrochi said it is believed to be the Noro Virus and symptoms seem to last 8-12 hours. He urged all parents to keep their child (children) home if they are feeling ill.

Dr. Quattrochi also noted school officials have taken as many steps as possible to sanitize the Bell-Herron building.

“We also are working with the Carroll County Health Department and following their recommendations in order to keep students safe,” he added.

The Superintendent said school officials will alert parents by all-call and District Facebook message if we need to close school.

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