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Twelve student athletes from the Class of 2021 continuing their careers in college

May 20, 2021
By Carroll High School

Congratulations to our twelve student-athletes who are continuing their academic and athletic careers in college next year!  We asked these Patriots to tell the Carroll community about their future plans!

Kevin Agnew

Sport: Cross Country

College: The Ohio State University

Planned Major: Electrical Engineering

Favorite Carroll Memory: The 2019 Chocolate Milk Mile

Where do you see yourself in ten years?: Working as an electrical engineer at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base

 

 


Conner Bailey

Sport: Soccer

Elementary School/Parish: St. Peter

College: University of South Carolina

Planned Major: Biomedical Engineering

Favorite Carroll Memory: Eating at El Toro with the boys after our games

Where do you see yourself in ten years?: Working as an orthopedic surgeon or doing lab research

 


Steven Chapman

Sport: Baseball

Elementary School/Parish: St. Peter

College: Ohio Dominican University

Planned Major: Sports Management

Favorite Carroll Memory: Beating Alter junior year in football and beating CJ senior year in football

Where do you see yourself in ten years?: Playing professional baseball

 


Delaney Conger

Sport: Volleyball

Elementary School/Parish: St. Helen

College: Capital University

Planned Major: Psychology

Favorite Carroll Memory: Fight for a Cure 2019 Volleyball Game

Where do you see yourself in ten years?: I hope to have earned a Doctorate in Psychology and working as a child psychologist in my own firm. Along with this, I want to be married and hopefully starting a family.

 


Ellie Erich

Sport: Rowing

Elementary School/Parish: St. Brigid

College: The Ohio State University

Planned Major: Integrated Language Arts Education

Favorite Carroll Memory: Our 4x800 relay place 4th at indoor state championships

Where do you see yourself in ten years?: Teaching English and finishing graduate school

 


Ava Lickliter

Sport: Basketball

College: Wheeling University

Planned Major: Special Education

Favorite Carroll Memory: Going to state in basketball three years in a row and all the house competitions (specifically the lip syncs)

Where do you see yourself in ten years?: Coaching basketball at the collegiate level

 

 


Jacob Maurer

Sport: Baseball

College: Lafayette College

Planned Major: Biology

Favorite Carroll Memory: A walk-off win against Fairmont in the tournament and then beating Beavercreek two days later in the sectional finals.

Where do you see yourself in ten years?: Playing in Major League Baseball with a degree from Lafayette College

 

 


Brandon Osterholt

Sport: Soccer

College: University of Indianapolis

Planned Major: Business

Favorite Carroll Memory: Going out to eat after soccer games with the team

Where do you see yourself in ten years?: Having tremendous success in my business career

 

 


Conner Osterholt

Sport: Soccer

College: Wright State University

Planned Major: Business

Favorite Carroll Memory: Going out to eat with the soccer team after wins

Where do you see yourself in ten years?: Playing professional soccer or investing in real estate

 

 


Julia Quinn

Sport: Swimming

College: Florida Atlantic University

Planned Major in College: Finance and accounting 

Favorite Carroll Memory: Senior year prom

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?: Having a job I love and traveling a lot!

 

 

 


Takierra Robinson

Sport: Basketball

Elementary School/Parish: Ascension

College: Kentucky Christian University

Planned Major in College: Nursing 

Favorite Carroll Memory: Playing in the basketball tournament

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?: Working and building a house

 


Fanuel Uwishimwe

Sport: Football and Track

Elementary School/Parish: Ascension

College: Otterbein University

Planned Major in College: Sports Management

Favorite Carroll Memory: Pep rallies and House Events

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?: Working as a successful businessman

Flach steps down after successful career as girls' soccer coach

April 28, 2021
By Carroll High School
Sarah (Rogers) Flach '99 Carroll Girls' Soccer Varsity Coach

Carroll High School congratulates and thanks Girls’ Varsity Soccer Head Coach Sarah (Rogers) Flach ‘99 as she steps down from the position after a 13-year career.  Sarah played for the Patriots in the 1995-98 seasons and served as an assistant and junior varsity coach in the program prior to becoming the varsity head coach in 2008.

Under Sarah’s leadership, the Patriots posted an overall record of 138-74-33, including seven 10-win seasons.  Sarah led the Patriots to a 52-20-13 record in league play with four league championships as well as a district championship in 2015.

“It was an honor to lead the Carroll program,” Flach said.  “The Carroll soccer program is part of me.  Carroll has an extraordinary community made up of supportive and encouraging families, dedicated staff, and of course, passionate student athletes that made it a joy to coach there.  I will miss the fall nights under the Patriot stadium lights.  The program has great things ahead, and I can’t wait to follow along with its success in the future.”

“I have been fortunate to follow Sarah’s career as a Carroll Patriot,” Carroll Athletic Director Scott Molfenter said.  “She was an outstanding competitor and leader in her student athlete days, and the same drive carried over to allow her to become a successful coach.  She guided our girls’ soccer program with a professional demeanor and her teams responded by playing the game the right way.  Her teams found success in a very competitive league and had wonderful moments in the OHSAA tournament.  Southwest Ohio is a hotbed for soccer, and Sarah did her part to make sure Carroll High School was part of the conversation.  We wish her, and her very supportive family, nothing but the best going forward." 

Carroll High School seeks qualified applicants with playing and coaching experience to lead our program for the 2021 season and beyond.  Interested applicants can contact Scott Molfenter at smolfenter@carrollhs.org.

Boys' cross country finishes 8th at state

November 12, 2020
By Carroll High School
The Carroll High School boys' cross country team competes at the Ohio High School Athletic Association Division II State Championships.

The Carroll High School men’s cross country team finished in 8th place out of 20 teams at the Division-II State Cross Country Championships this past Saturday at Fortress Obetz Stadium, tying the fourth best finish in men’s team history! It was also the third year in a row in Division-II that the Patriots have finished in the Top 8 and the eighth time finishing in the top 10 at the state cross country championships.

Carroll High School cross country runner Kevin Agnew competes at the 2020 Ohio High School Athletic Association Division II State Cross Country Championships.
Kevin Agnew '21

The Patriots were led by senior Kevin Agnew who finished in 4th (15:54) to earn All-State Honors for the second year in a row.  Kevin is the 10th runner in team history to finish in the top 30, which is now considered All-State. His fourth place finish is also the highest by an individual at state in team history.  Sophomore Jack Agnew just missed All-State honors finishing in 32nd (16:37).

The rest of the top 7 for the Patriots were senior Drew Maxwell (92nd - 17:23), freshman Logan Arnold (96th – 17:28), sophomore Seth Tivakaran (102nd - 17:33), sophomore Hayden Everding (148th – 18:39), and sophomore Nathan Schiffler (156th – 18:54).

Kevin Agnew, Jack Agnew, Drew Maxwell, Seth Tivakaran, Hayden Everding, and Nathan Schiffler also earned Academic All-Ohio Honors by qualifying to State and having a 3.5 GPA or higher (freshmen are not eligible for this award).  The alternates were Michael Duckro, Jared Sargent, and Christian Anguiano.

Carroll High School cross country competes at the 2020 Ohio High School Athletic Association Division II State Cross Country Championships.

The team finishes the season as GCL Co-ed and District Champions, Regional Runners-Up, and 8th in the State.  Big congratulations go to our two seniors, Kevin and Drew, who capped off incredible careers with a great team performance.

4 All State honors for Patriots at Indoor Track and Field Championships

March 30, 2020
By Carroll High School
2020 Indoor Track and Field Team

The Carroll Indoor Track and Field team competed at the Division 2/3 (Girls) and Division 1 (Boys) Indoor Track and Field State Championships on March 7 at the Spire Institute Facility in Geneva. The team qualified in a total of 14 different events, six for the boys and eight for the girls. There were several outstanding performances from the Patriots, including athletes who earned All-State Honors in four events and set three new school records.  

Competing in her 4th straight Indoor State Meet Amelia Harlow '20 finished in 8th place in the High Jump (5'0") to earn All-State Honors for the second year in a row. The girls 4x400m Relay team of Alaina Casey '20, Meghan Schrand '20, Catherine Berent '21, and Taylor Smith '20 finished in fifth place to earn All-State Honors. Their time of 4:11.94 broke the Indoor School Record of 4:17.11 previously held by Christina Kallet '16, Haley Sabo '16, Maria McCarty '17, and Nyanjok Mawein '17. The girls 4x800m Relay team of Schrand, Casey, Grace Braun '23, and Berent finished in eighth to earn All-State Honors. Their time of 10:06.76 broke the Indoor School Record of 10:25.87 previously held by Berent, Schrand, Trinity Raber '21, and Rhianna Thomas '19. The girls 4x200m Relay team of Casey, Smith, Schrand, and Meredith Goecke '22 finished in ninth place.  Their time of 1:51.18 broke the Indoor School Record of 1:54.08 previously held by Berent, Smith, Casey, and Schrand.  This was the third time that Berent and Breana Devillier '20 qualified for the Indoor State Meet as well as Schrand's second.

Kevin Agnew '21 finished in eighth place in the 3200m Run to earn All-State Honors. His time of 9:29.83 is the second fastest in school history.  Appearing in his second straight Indoor State Meet, Donovan LaJeunesse '20 just missed making the finals in the 60m Hurdles and a chance at earning All-State Honors by .001 seconds (10th place).  This was the 11th year in a row that at least one Patriot earned All-State Honors.

  • Amelia Harlow (High Jump) 8th Place - All-State Honors - (5'0")
  • Alaina Casey, Meghan Schrand, Catherine Berent, Taylor Smith (4x400m Relay) 5th Place - All State Honors - (4:11.94) New Indoor School Record
  • Meghan Schrand, Alaina Casey, Grace Braun, Catherine Berent (4x800m Relay) 8th Place - All State Honors - (10:06.76) New Indoor School Record
  • Alaina Casey, Taylor Smith, Meghan Schrand, Meredith Goecke (4x200m Relay) 9th Place (1:51.18) New Indoor School Record
  • Breana Devillier (High Jump) 18th Place (4'10"); (Pole Vault) 21st Place (9'6"); (Triple Jump) NM--injured her ankle and couldn't compete
  • Kevin Agnew (3200m Run) 8th Place - All State Honors - (9:29.83)
  • Donovan LaJeunesse (60m Hurdles) 10th Place (8.38); (Triple jump) 15th Place (39'11.25"); (Long Jump) 18th Place (19'1")
  • David Ferguson (High Jump) 25th Place (6'0")
  • Grant Arnold, Javier Barajas, Will Moddeman, Michael Osgood (4x800m Relay) 20th Place (8:23.15)


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