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Warrior softball team suffers first loss at West Branch

BELOIT – Mother Nature caused the cancellation of all but one Carrollton softball game last week.

The Warriors traveled to West Branch where they suffered their first loss of the season, 10-1, at the hands of the green-and-white Warriors. With the win, West Branch improved to 3-0 overall and 2-0 in Northeastern Buckeye Conference (NBC) action.

Both teams were scoreless through the first two innings. West Branch plated two runs in the third. Carrollton scored a run in the top of the fourth. West Branch added three runs in the fifth and five in the sixth.

Shelbee Stidom led the Warriors at the plate, going 2 for-three with a double. Grace Heath led West Branch at the plate, going 2-for-2 with three RBIs. Kylie Coffelt was 2-for-3 with two RBIs.

West Branch outhit the Warriors 13-3.

The Warriors were scheduled to host Alliance Tuesday, travel to Canton South Thursday and host Salem April 17.

4×1 relay team wins; boys finish 7th at Fairless Invite

Carrollton senior Chase Flanagan runs the third leg of the 4×100 relay. He and teammates Jose Diaz, Bryce Carte and Calob Dalton placed first.

The Carrollton boy’s track team placed seventh out of 12 teams with at last Saturday’s Fairless Falcon Track Invitational.

The East Canton boys won the event with 142 points with West Holmes placing second with 78 points. Carrollton tallied 42 points.

The Warriors had one first place finish. The team of Bryce Carte, Jose Diaz, Chase Flanagan and Calob Dalton took the 400-meter relay with a time of 45.92.

Dalton and Chase Flanagan placed third and fourth, respectively, in the 100-meter dash with times of 11.87 and 11.95.

The 3,200-meter relay team of Daniel Lampe, Noah Carrothers, Evan Days and Jon Russell placed third with a time of 9:02.25.

Warriors add second invitational title

Carrollton junior Cindy Lewis powers her way to the finish line in the 200M dash at the Fairless Invitational. Lewis finished fifth.

NAVARRE – The Carrollton girls track team took first place at last Saturday’s Fairless Falcon Track Invitational.

Carrollton finished with 94 points; two and half points better that host Fairless with 92.2.

“A lot of kids really stepped up and did what they needed to do against some great competition,” said Carrollton Coach Chris Woolf. “The weather turned out great and so did a lot of our performances.”

Alivia Bentley had a first and second for Carrollton in the field events. She won the shot put with a throw of 45’ 3” and placed second in the discus with a throw of 129-feet even. Bentley, along with Kelci Hulit of Malvern, earned co-MVP honors in the field events.

The relay team of Bri Burkhart, Kody Schandel, Jillian Rinkes and Cindy Lewis won the 400 and 800-meter relays with times of 53.57 and 1:54.38.

Micah Donley had a pair of second place finishes in the 400 and 800 meter runs with times of 57.51 and 2:29.2.

Lewis also had a second place in the 300 hurdles with a time of 51.32.

Layna Pasiuk placed third in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 17.11 and Mac Tubaugh placed fourth with a time of 17.59.

Anderson hits grand slam; softball team remains unbeaten

The Carrollton varsity softball team rolled over hosts New Philadelphia and Canton Central Catholic in non- conference games last week.

Two Northeastern Buckeye Conference games against Louisville were postponed due to the weather.

Against New Philadelphia March 26, the Warriors rolled over the Quakers 11-1 in six innings.

Against Canton Central Catholic March 31, the Warriors remained undefeated with an 11-0, five-inning victory.

Against the Crusaders, senior Kira Anderson hit a grand slam in the fourth inning to lead the Warriors.

CHS baseball team splits opening day doubleheader

The 2018 high school baseball season opened last Saturday with the Carrollton Warriors splitting a double header with the East Liverpool Potters.

Carrollton won the first game 5-3, but dropped the second 12-1.

In game one, Chase Marmo recorded three hits with an RBI, while Jimmy Birong added a hit, two runs scored and a pair of steals. Mike Yoder and Jeffrey Bolanz each added an RBI.

Trevor Boggess went three strong innings to get the win. He did not allow any hits, while striking out four and walking three.

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