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BARBERTON, OH- The Canfield Cardinals and the Marlington Dukes met in the regional-semifinal in division 2. The Cardinals went on the road in the regular season to beat Marlington by a final of 49-48 on December 19th, 2022. Canfield got off to a blazing start in the regional-semifinal which guided them to victory on Tuesday night.

Canfield outscored Marlington 13-5 in the first quarter by splashing in the three ball. Canfield senior Abby Muckleroy came out of the gates red hot knocking down three triples in the first quarter. Marlington only made one field goal in the first quarter, with the three other points coming from the free throw line. In the second quarter, Canfield kept the foot on the gas pedal outsoring Marlington 13-5 to take a 16 point lead at the half.

The Dukes did not go down without a fight as they buckled up defensively in the third quarter. The Dukes outscored Canfield 14-8 to tail by 10 at the end of the third quarter. Marlington’s Chelsea Evanich scored 5 third quarter points, including a three point play to pull the Dukes within single digits. The fourth quarter went Canfield’s way as they were able to play solid defense to advance to the regional final by a score of 41-32.

Canfield was led by Muckleroy who scored 15 total points, all of which coming from deep. Carlie Harmon added to the scoring with 10 total points. The Dukes were led by Evanich who scored 13 points, while Elizabeth Mason was in double figures with 11. Marlington had a great season winning 24 games and advancing to the regional after beating Perry 54-49 in the district final. Canfield keep there season alive winning game number 25 and wil play the winner of CVCA and Canal Fulton Northwest. The regional final is scheduled for Friday at 7 P.M. at Barberton High School.

YSN’s Anthony Hartwig was able to catch up with Canfield Head Coach Matt Reel and seniors Carlie Harmon and Abby Muckleroy after the victory, catch the final thoughts below:


CANFIELD OH- Canfield has broken out this season as one of the premiere basketball teams in the YSN family.  They are a complete team. Everyone plays a part, they accept their part, and they execute their part.  Leadership is what drives the Cardinals unselfish attitude.  If the seniors didn’t buy in to that, no one else would either.  Abby Muckleroy is one of those high class seniors that has stepped in to the role.

Muckleroy has gotten used to the added responsibilities that leadership has brought her this season.  In volleyball the Cardinals were coming off a season where they graduated a lot of talent, and Abby was one of the players that was asked to step up into a much larger role. That experience helped her seamlessly slide into the same position during the basketball season. Statistically Abby is one of the leaders of the team as well.  She leads the team in points per contest with a 9.4 average.  The Cardinals have 4 players averaging at least 7 points.  She is the most deadly three point shooter on the team for sure.  Muckleroy has hit 51 threes this season, and shoots 35% from beyond the arc.  She also leads the team in the rebounding category with 5 per game.  She’s second on the team in blocks with 11, and third in assists with 24.

Muckleroy was kind enough to take the time to conduct an interview with YSN’s own Anthony Hartwig.  They talk about Abby’s first career district championship, her time management skills, and much more. Check out the latest Canfield Girls Basketball Player Profile only on YSN.

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EAST PALESTINE, OH- With over 205,000 votes in week three for the Baird Brothers Big Dogs of the Valley competition, Canfield volleyball middle blocker Abby Muckleroy and Southern Local football player Wyatt Morris have won the polls in week three.

Muckleroy has been one of the most dominant middle blockers in the Mahoning Valley, recording 22 blocks in nine matches played. She has also becoming a strength to the Canfield offense, leading the team with 81 kills in 32 sets played. Muckleroy has taken a senior leadership role to this years Canfield volleyball team and has guided Canfield to some big wins over Boardman and McDonald. Canfield has a huge match coming up, hosting Austintown Fitch tomorrow night at 7 P.M.

To learn more about the Baird Brothers Big Dog of the Valley in week three, check out this interview with Abby Muckleroy:

On the boys side, Southern local standout Wyatt Morris has guided the Indians to a perfect start of 4-0. In week two against East Canton, Morris exploded for 135 yards on the ground and three touchdowns. Morris followed that up with a big performance in week four over the Lisbon Blue Devils. Morris and Colton Soukup have become a two headed monster in the backfield for the Indians and are looking to stay unbeaten this week against Columbiana. Morris won Big Dog of the Valley in week three against a tough field of over 150,000 combined votes.

Congratulations to both Muckleroy and Morris for winning Big Dogs of the Valley in week 3! Big Dogs are brought to you by: