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Carroll golfers defeat Bellmont

Carroll handed Bellmont its first loss in girls golf with a 177-197 decision Thursday at Willow Ridge.

The Chargers (9-1, 4-0 NHC) were led by Sarah Banister’s 38, with Kierstin Murphy getting a 42 and Ali Richard a 44.

Morgan Ellsworth led Bellmont (5-1, 2-1) with a 46.

Boys soccer


2: The host Barons improved to 5-0 behind Brennan Cochran’s three goals and two assists.

Girls soccer

HUNTINGTON NORTH 6, SOUTH SIDE 4: Bailey Martin had three goals and an assist for the host Vikings. Brittni Clopton scored all four goals for the Archers.

NORTHROP 7, WAYNE 0: Dorain Fanning had three goals to lead the host Bruins.


CANTERBURY 4, CARROLL 1: Clay Hoffacker’s win at No. 1 singles keyed the visiting Cavaliers’ win. Hoffacker beat Alex Houser 6-3, 6-4. Mason Hicks’ 6-0, 6-1 win over Jake Allan at No. 3 singles was Carroll’s only point.

BISHOP DWENGER 3, SNIDER 2: Bertram Najev won at No. 1 singles 6-0, 6-1, while Joseph Veracco and Charlie Scott won at No. 1 doubles, as did Griffin Lapan and Anthony Lorenger at No. 2 doubles for the visiting Saints.