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Carrollton boys golf team falls to Salem by three strokes

FPS staff report

The Carrollton boys golf team quest for a second straight Northeastern Buckeye Conference title took a step backwards last Thursday when they fell to host Salem by three strokes 178-175 at the Salem Country Club.

The loss dropped the Warriors to 8-4 overall and 7-2 in the Northeastern Buckeye Conference.

Cale Pozderac was low for Carrollton with a 43, while Tyler Shuman followed with a 44, Troy Fairclough a 45 and Luke Cosart a 46.

The Warriors were to host Canton South Tuesday, travel to Louisville Wednesday and host Minerva Thursday.

Next week, they will end their regular season on the road at Alliance. The NBC will hold its annual tournament next Thursday at the Alliance Country Club. They will take part in the Eastern District Open at River Greens on Saturday.


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