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CC runners run well at North Canton

Carrollton Cross Country Coach Chris Woolf said his boys and girls teams both ran extremely well at North Canton Saturday in the Dave Clegg Invitational.

Both teams finished seventh overall: the boys in a field of 15 teams and the girls in a field of 17 teams. Woolf said the boys team finished first in the Division II race.

The girls team tallied 184 points.

Linkers improve to 8-1 on season

The Carrollton boys golf team picked up two league wins last week to improve to 8-1 on the season.

Christian Barto and Justin Shaw each carded 45’s to lead the team to an 184-204 win over Canton South Aug. 29

Drue Moore shot a 46, Bryce Ferrell, 48; Chayse Marmo, 49; and Emmett Davis, 52, for the Warriors.

Maddox Kruger led the Wildcats with a 47, followed by Brayden Books with a 49. Other scores for Canton South were Aiden Leahy, 52; Colton Clark, 56; Logan Zaleski, 58; and Kameron Long. 59.

New Phila too much for young Warrior team

The Carrollton boys soccer team fell to New Philadelphia last Tuesday by the score of 8-0 in their opening match of the season.

Mason Miller recorded 10 saves for the Warriors.

“We have a young team,” said head coach A. J. Atkinson. “Seven of our 15 players are freshman, so for many this is a learning process.

“New Philadelphia has a great team and are several years ahead of our program. But we will get there. It just won’t happen overnight.”

Cross country runners improve times; place 7th, 11th at Pickerington Inv.

By Carol McIntire
Editor

Jon Russell (wearing #20) seizes the opportunity to get ahead going into the second mile of the Pickerington Invitational Aug. 26. Russell finished 71st in the race.

Members of the Carrollton boys and girls cross country teams continued to improve their times as they competed in the Pickerington Invitational Aug. 26.

The girls team placed seventh in a field of 28 teams and the boys team placed 11th out of 29 teams.

Micah Donley led the Lady Warriors with a seventh place finish in 20:15. She was followed by Emmy Days, 50th in 21:59; Cindy Lewis, 58th in 22:15; Mary Keane, 76th in 22:41; Jennie Stine, 83rd in 22:45; Jezera Bell, 160th in 24:45; and Aliyah Jenkins, 202nd in 25:37.

Daniel Lampe led the boys team, finishing 26th in 17:47. Others scoring points for the Warriors included: Connor Rutledge, 42nd in 18:08; Jon Russell, 71st in 18:40; Evan Days, 118th in 19:26; Jayson Naylor, 121st in 19:27; Nate Blake, 158th in 19:57; and Adam Chaney, 162nd in 19:59.

“Every single kid dropped time from the previous meet,” said Coach Chris Woolf. “Both teams are gaining a lot of great experience and look extremely determined to do the right thing. We need to make sure we stay focused and attentive to details as the season progresses.

Both teams will compete in the Dave Clegg Invitational at North Canton Sept. 2 beginning at 9 a.m.

Knotts scores Warriors’ lone goal in 3-1 loss

The New Philadelphia girls soccer team outshot Carrollton 16-1 in defeating the Lady Warriors 3-1 last week.

Sydney Gray recorded nine saves for the Lady Warriors. Riley Knotts had the Warriors only shot on goal.

For the Quakers, Paige Kaiser scored a pair of goals and Kate McEwen a single goal.

Carrollton was scheduled to travel to Salem Wednesday for a Northeastern Buckeye Conference game and will visit Sandy Valley Saturday for a non-league contest.

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