Results of secondary schools in the Canton McKinley Perry Central Catholic region



Results of high schools in the region on Saturday, August 21

Boys football

Vacuum 4, Fitch 1

Goals: Freeman (H) 2, Gambone (H), Nunziato (H). Assists: McLeod (H) 2, Gambone (H). Stops: Mullaly (H) 5. Shots: Hoover 8-4. Corner kicks: Hoover 10-0. Half-time: 0-0.

Records: Hoover 1-0.

Perry 2, Central Catholic 1

Goals: Bailey (P), Huggins (P), Donley (CC). Assists: Bosler (P), Boohman (P), Jac.Brown (CC). Shots: Perry 6-5. Half-time: Perry 2-1.

Records: Central Catholic 0-1-1, Perry 2-0.

Wooster 3, GlenOak 1

Goals: Strand-Fox (F), Canas (F), French (F), Kadlecek (GO). Assists: Monstra (F). Saves: Schweikert (GO) 5, Owen (W) 3. Shots: Wooster 8-6. Corner kicks: Wooster 3-2. JV: Wooster 3-0.

Records: GlenOak 0-1, Wooster 1-1.

Lake Center Christian 2, Lake Ridge Academy 1

Goals: Bauer (LCC), Stuthard (LCC), Beg (LRA). Assists: Stuthard (LCC). Stops: Caudle (LCC) 7, Ambar (LRA) 5. Shots: Lake Ridge 8-7. Corner kicks: Lake Center 5-2. Half-time: 0-0.

Records: Lake Center 1-0, Lake Ridge 0-1.

Riverview 7, Minerva 2

Goals: Nelson (M), Croix (M). Assists: Nelson (M). Shots: Riverview 12-4. Corner kicks: Riverview 7-4.

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Girls football

Jackson 1, Strongsville 0

Goals: Argento (J). Assists: Adams (J). Saves: Noebe (J) 9, Kudla (S) 1. Shots: Strongsville 9-2. Corner kicks: Strongsville 5-3. Half-time: 0-0. JV: Strongsville 2-1.

Records: Jackson 1-0, Strongsville 0-1.

Alliance 1, Barberton 0

Goals: Franck (A). Aids: Lake (A). Saves: Edwards (A) 4. Shots: Alliance 14-5. Corner kicks: Alliance 6-2. Half-time: 0-0.

Records: Alliance 2-0.

Fairless 7, Sandy Valley 0

Goals: Ashton (F) 3, Smith (F), Greybill (F), Doll (F), Steele (F). Assists: Cox (F) 2, Ashton (F), Doll (F), Yoder (F), Greybill (F). Saves: Rodriguez (F) 1. Shots: Fairless 28-2. Corner Kicks: Unfair 1-0. Half-time: Unfair 6-0.

Records: Unfair 1-0.

Following:“Workhorse” Jack Talkington leads the Catholic Center past Perry in the Battle of 13th Street

McKinley 27-25, Kent Roosevelt 25-21

Best servers: Johnson (M) 7 points, ace. Kill the leaders: Johnson (M) 8. Help the leaders: Dabney (M) 15. Defensive leaders: Johnson (M) 3 blocks.

McKinley 21-25-25, Firestone 25-22-19

Best Servers: Elder (M) 8 points, 3 aces. Kill the leaders: Blakely (M) 11. Help the leaders: Dabney (M) 20. Defensive leaders: Elder (M) 10 digs.

Records: McKinley 2-0.

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West branch 25-25, southeast 14-11

Best Servers: Rush (WB) 16 points, 7 aces. Kill Leaders: Mercer (WB) 8. Help Leaders: Rush (WB) 10. Defensive Leaders: Brunner (WB) 2 blocks.

West branch 25-25, south range 18-22

Best Servers: Peters (WB) 11 points, 2 aces. Kill Leaders: Mercer (WB) 9. Help Leaders: Rush (WB) 20. Defensive Leaders: Brunner (WB) 3 blocks.

Records: West Branch 2-0.

Northwest 25-25, Carrollton 23-11

Best servers: Kuhn (NW) 10 points, 1 ace; Splint (C) 5 points, 1 ace. Kill Leaders: Cudnik (NW) 6, King (C) 6. Help Leaders: Brace (C) 11, Kuhn (NW) 9. Defensive Leaders: Kuhn (NW) 12 dig, Burgett (C) 10 dig, Bottomley (NW)) 4 blocks.

Northwest 22-25-25, Catholic Center 25-20-7

Best Servers: Shoemaker (NW) 19 points, 5 aces; Clark (CC) 2 aces, Heiser (CC) 2 aces. Kill the leaders: Cudnik (NW) 12, Heiser (CC) 6. Help the leaders: Turner (CC) 20, Kuhn (NW) 16. Defensive leaders: Compton (CC) 22 dig, Bottomley (NW) 10 blocks, Thompson (NW) 9 excavations.

Records: Northwest 2-0.

Following:Hunter Geissinger and Brenden Craig help Jackson’s football team overtake Akron East

Catholic Center 25-25, Carrollton 19-21

Best Servers: Brace (Car) 8 points, 3 aces; Drlik (CC) 2 ace. Kill the leaders: Heiser (CC) 7, Stackhouse (C) 5. Help the leaders: Turner (CC) 19, Brace (C) 10. Defensive leaders: Compton (CC) 17 dig, Burgett (C) 16 dig.

Records: Carrollton 0-2, Central Catholic 1-1.

Tuslaw 25-25, Eastern Township 7-14

Best servers: Jarrell (T) 4 aces. Kill the leaders: Eberhardt (T) 4. Help the leaders: Stevens (T) 8. Defensive leaders: Wilhelm (T) 5 dig.

Tuslaw 25-23-25, Rootstown 14-25-22

Best servers: Stevens (T) 2 aces. Kill the leaders: Stookey (T) 10. Help the leaders: Jarrell (T) 17. Defensive leaders: Baker (T) 5 blocks.

Records: Tuslaw 2-0

Fairless 25-25, Malvern 20-22

Best Servers: Moody (M) 8 points, 3 aces. Kill the leaders: Ball (M) 5. Help the leaders: Moody (M) 8. Defensive leaders: Sikorsky (M) 7 dig, Ball (M) 3 blocks.

Sandy Valley 25-25, Fairless 13-11

Best servers: Boyer (SV) 8 points, 2 aces. Kill the leaders: Tucci (SV) 6. Help the leaders: Ward (SV) 13. Defensive leaders: Rock (SV) 4 dig, Delaney (SV) 4 dig.

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Sandy Valley 25-25, Malvern 20-7

Best servers: Delaney (SV) 22 points, 5 aces; Ball (M) 5 points, 1 ace. Kill the leaders: Tucci (SV) 6, Powers (M) 4. Help the leaders: Ward (SV) 13, Brothers (M) 4. Defensive leaders: Powers (M) 6 blocks, 5 searches; Sikorsky (M) 5 excavations, Delaney (SV) 5 excavations.

Records: Sandy Valley 2-0, Malvern 0-2.

TIMETABLE TO COME

MONDAY

HIGH SCHOOL

GOLF FOR BOYS

GlenOak, Green, Lake at Green Invitational, 10

Rootstown in Saint Thomas Aquinas, 3

Perry at Jackson, 3:30 p.m.

Canton de l’Est at Claymont, 4

Sandy Valley in Minerva, 4

FOOTBALL BOYS

Sandy Valley at Lake Center Christian, 5

GOLF GIRLS

Central Catholic at the Warren JFK Invitational, 8:30 a.m.

GlenOak, Green, Hoover, Jackson, Lake at Walsh Jesuit Invitational, 1:30

Louisville in East Canton, 4

GIRLS FOOTBALL

Canton Sud at McKinley, 5:30 p.m.

Buckeye Local at the lake, 7

Carrollton in Sandy Valley, 7

Louisville at Lake Avon, 7

GIRLS TENNIS

Hoover to Green, 4:15

Central Catholic in Louisville, 4:15

Lake at Jackson, 4:30

VOLLEYBALL

Tuslaw at Central Catholic, 6:30 a.m.

Coventry to Perry, 7

McKinley in Buchtel, 7

Louisville in New Philadelphia, 7

Canton East at Jackson-Milton, 7



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