Carroll up to no. 6 in 6A, New Haven climbs to no. 7 in 4A.
1A no. 4 Canterbury topped South Side 7-1 in girls soccer to headline prep sports on Monday evening.
The News-Sentinel sports writer Justin Kenny and WANE sports director Glenn Marini preview a huge clash in the NHC between Carroll and Homestead as well as the area’s other big contests in the week seven edition of “Inside The Zone.”
he opening night of the high school hockey season went off with a bang for Carroll.
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6A no. 7 Carroll improved to 6-0 on the season and 4-0 in conference play as the Chargers bested Bellmont 45-17.
In a pivotal showdown in the race for the SAC title, Wayne’s defense proved the difference in a 28-14 win over Bishop Dwenger.
5A no. 10 Wayne topped 4A no. 5 Bishop Dwenger 28-14 to hand the Saints their first SAC loss and shake up the conference race in the week six Highlight Zone “Game of the Week.”
After suffering the third concussion of his football career last year as a sophomore at Bishop Dwenger Tim Fean feared his dream of playing for the Saints might be over.
4A no. 6 Carroll bested NHC rival 3A no. 9 Bellmont on Thursday night in a key NHC volleyball match at Charger Fieldhouse.
Both may have suffered losses last week, but both remain among the most dangerous teams in the area.
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2A no. 5 Canterbury topped Warsaw 3-0 on Tuesday night at Hancock Field to headline local prep soccer action.
Bishop Luers moves up two spots this week to no. 6 in 3A after beating 5A no. 10 Wayne.
The Carroll girls blanked Homestead 1-0 while the Carroll boys edged the Spartans 2-1 in a pair of rivalry soccer matches on Monday night.
With five of the nine weeks of regular season prep football in the books The News-Sentinel sports writer Justin Kenny and WANE sports director Glenn Marini hand out their ITZ midseason awards in addition to previewing the Dwenger/Wayne and Heritage/Leo games.
The Canterbury Invitational was dominated by the home team on Saturday. The Cavaliers swept their two games, totaling 9 goals in the process.
West Noble took an early lead in the race for the NECC Big conference crown courtesy of a 40-20 win over Fairfield on Friday night.