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Sandy Valley player added to T-R All-Star game roster

Evan Keck of Sandy Valley has been added to the roster for the 40th annual Times-Reporter Charity All-Star Football Game as a member of the East squad.

Keck replaces his teammate at Sandy Valley, Darren Finn. Keck will play wide receiver and outside linebacker.

The game is scheduled July 21 at New Philadelphia’s Woody Hayes Quaker Stadium. Kickoff is at 7 p.m.

Other participants and their positions include:

Atkinson takes over reins of CHS boys soccer program

A Carrollton High School (CHS) graduate is heading back to his roots.

A.J. Atkinson, a 2009 CHS graduate and soccer player, was hired to lead the boys soccer program during the June 13 meeting of the school board.

Carrollton Athletic Director Jason Eddy said A.J. played soccer throughout his childhood in Minerva and Carrollton, and as a senior, he was the starting goalkeeper for the 2008 Warriors. After graduating from Carrollton, A.J. earned a bachelor’s degree in Journalism in 2013 from Kent State University.

He worked the past four years as a reporter and a marketing assistant and was a substitute teacher at CHS this past school year. He is attending college classes to receive his teaching licensure. He served as the girls softball junior varsity coach this past season for Coach Tim Albrecht.

Coach Atkinson’s goals for the season include improving the current skills of the players, introducing new strategies, and continuing to develop the youth soccer program. Ryan Borland of East Rochester was hired as an assistant coach at the June 12 board meeting.

CHS classes of 79-83 hosting ‘just for fun’ golf outing July 29

Carrollton High School graduates of classes 1979-1983 have the opportunity to participate in a “just for fun” golf competition.

The 1st annual Golf Outing is set for July 29 at Carroll Meadows Golf Course in Carrollton. Tee times begin at 8 a.m.

Cost for the two-person scramble is $40 per person and includes golf and cart.

Space is limited. To register or for more information, contact Terry Peterson at 330-322-4722.

 

 

Tickets on sale for Aug. 26 CHS Athletic HOF breakfast

Tickets are on sale for the Carrollton Athletic Hall of Fame induction breakfast.

The breakfast/induction ceremony is scheduled Aug. 26 at 9 a.m. in the Carrollton High School Fine Arts Room. Five individuals and one team will be inducted during the ceremony. Individuals include Larry Cogan, Tom Harp, Harry Hill, Lisa McCaulley and R.J. Romano. The 1977-78 girls basketball team, coached by Nancy Fogg and the late Jim Pyles (assistant) will also be inducted.

Tickets can be purchased by calling Curt Hensley at 330-627-5135. Cost is $15 for adults and $8 for children ages 4-7.

Carrollton youth invited to represent Tuscarawas County at All-American Soap Box Derby

Nate Stoffer prepares to leave the starting line at the Tuscarawas County Soap Box Derby in a Carrollton Schools car sponsored by EMT Ambulance. Stoffer placed third in the Stock Division at the Akron Gravity Challenge in May

CARROLLTON – The Carrollton Soap Box Derby Club, an after-school STEM event based at the POWER Training Center of Carrollton Schools, recently completed their third season, which was very successful. Members competed in the Gravity Racing Challenge at Derby Downs in Akron May 20 and  at Sugarcreek June 24 in the  63rd  annual Tuscarawas County Soap Box Derby.

At the Tuscarawas County event, held at Sugarcreek, Cauy Brammer, a seventh grader and Derby Club alumni, was invited to represent Tuscarawas County in the Master’s Division of the race. In his maiden appearance, he finished in first place and was invited to compete in the All American Soap Box Derby at Derby Downs in Akron later this summer.

More than 30 drivers raced down Main Street in Sugarcreek during the event. Carrollton was represented by Nate Stoffer, whose car was sponsored by Carrollton EMT. Nate finished in the top eight overall.

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