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Rec Briefs: Club volleyball team runner-up at MLK holiday tournament

CVVC Venom under-15 team. Bottom Row (L-R): Maggie Abramson, Casey Reno, Elliott Gouleke. Middle Row: David Kerich, Brianna Gordon, Teresa Carter, Makayla Orwig, Sarah Buckingham, Elise Smith, Caitlyn Mitchell, Lily Sellers. Top Row: Chris Orwig.
CVVC Venom under-15 team. Bottom Row (L-R): Maggie Abramson, Casey Reno, Elliott Gouleke. Middle Row: David Kerich, Brianna Gordon, Teresa Carter, Makayla Orwig, Sarah Buckingham, Elise Smith, Caitlyn Mitchell, Lily Sellers. Top Row: Chris Orwig. (Courtesy photo)

Carroll Viper Volleyball Club’s 15-under team, Venom, went undefeated during two days of pool play and semi finals during last weekend’s MLK Challenge tournament in Jessup.

This multi-day event featured 16 of the area’s most talented U15 club teams, with Venom finishing second. Their only loss of the weekend came in the final match of the event.

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Captains Sarah Buckingham and Makayla Orwig led over the course of the weekend by combining for 81 aces, 126 digs, and 105 kills.

Youth football outfits merge

The Hampstead Ravens and North Carroll Titans have merged into one football and cheer program. The merger marks an exciting time in the organization’s youth sports careers, one that will allow them to continue to grow, learn about football and cheer, while also learning life lessons.

The leagues will be working with the high school to ensure they are building an environment that teaches the skills and lessons that prepares our kids for being successful at the next level. The kids will have the ability to play their rec football career with a team, and aim to gain the camaraderie they need to take the next step of playing at a high school level.

The united community program will be competing in the Carroll County Youth Football and Cheerleading League with a combined 14 super bowl championships.

New North Carroll Colts football logo
New North Carroll Colts football logo (Courtesy photo)
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