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Three former Carrollton gridders in All-Star game

FPS staff report

Three former Carrollton High School football players will take part in the 36th annual Times-Reporter All-Star Football game.

Representing Carrollton on the East team will be Richard Anderson on the defensive line, Storm Mohn at defensive back and Cody Stragan at linebacker.

The game will be played Friday, July 26 at Woody Hayes Quaker Stadium at New Philadelphia with a kickoff time of 7 p.m.

The East team will be coached by Matt Dennison and his staff from New Philadelphia High School and the West will be coached Garaway’s Jason Wallich and staff.

Also on the East squad are Malvern players John Champer at tackle, Josh Holmes at defensive end, Brian Merritt on the offensive line, Max Kapron at wide receiver and Brady Weber at linebacker.

Sandy Valley will have a pair of players in the game, Eric Skropits at linebacker and Tyler Smith at running back.

Cheerleaders from area schools will also take part in the game.

Ticket prices have not yet been announced.

Since its beginning in 1978 the game has raised over $300,000 for local charities.

The East won a 24-20 thriller last year. The West leads the All-time series 18-17.


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