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Warriors sweep Minerva

David Cunningham picked up his 6th win on the year as the warriors beat Minerva 8-1.  Back in action tomorrow vs Ravenna at home at 5:00

Middle Track Results from Minerva

Middle School Track Results against Minerva and Carrollton Zach Coffee-  2nd in the 110 hurdles, 1st in the 200 hurdles Lukas Black- 3rd in the 100 meter, 3rd in the 200 meter Gavin Clay-  3rd in the discus Gavin Gregory-  3rd in the high jump Beau Nezbeth-  3rd in the long jump Alli Kanagy-  1st

Honored Educators

Thank you to all of the educators and staff who attended our 19th annual Honored Educators game.  Your support is greatly appreciated.🥎🥎

JV Softball

JV’s lost a hard fought 2-3  game to Salem. Madi Wike stuck out 6 batters. Zoe Lesch (double), Kiersten Skinner (triple).

Anderson throws No hitter

Lady Warriors beat Salem 10-0 in 5 innings, behind Jordan Anderson’s no hitter, striking  out 8  and walking one. Anderson also had a double. Ryley Pittman was 2-3 (double, single), Sydney Mercer ( triple), Madi Rhome and Morgan Loudon( double). Next game Thursday at Alliance

Tennis Improves to 10-1

Tennis now 10-1 & 5-0 in EBC WB 5 – Canton South 0 J D Brain won 1st Singles 6-0, 6-2 Justin Cederbloom won 2nd singles 6-1, 6-0 Noah Johnson won 3rd singles 6-0,6-1 1st Doubles Jeff Legros & Seth Ayers won 6-3, 6-4 2nd doubles Sky Tran & Nate Legros won 6-1, 6-1

Boys Track defeats Carrollton

Boys Track vs. Carrollton   Last night the boys track and field team defeated Carrolton. Scoring for the Warriors were: -The 4 x 800 m relay team of Hicks, Citino, Boston, and Doris -Andrew Coffee, Ryan Irwin, and Kenny Starcher placing first through third in the 110 m hurdles -Ryan Irwin and Jed Smith placing

Warriors knock off Minerva

Dru Deshields threw a complete game one hitter as the warriors knocked off Minerva 3-0.  Wednesdays game has been moved to Thursday home vs Minerva!

Coffee Inks with Grove City

Congratulations to Andrew Coffee. Andrew has chosen to continue his academic and football careers at Grove City College. Good luck Andrew!