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Senior night is finally here for Trimble (9-0, 7-0) as the Tomcats head into their final regular season match-up with a game against Federal Hocking (2-7, 2-5 TVC-Hocking).

With just days to go before the 2014-15 campaign begins at the Michigan State Open, Ohio wrestling is putting the final preparations into a busy offseason and preseason training regimen.

In volleyball, the setter is often referred to as the quarterback of the team. Abby Gilleland is more of a quarterback, running back and wide receiver for the Bobcats.

After losing junior linebacker Ben Russell to a shoulder injury in the preseason, the Ohio linebackers core became a real question mark. The Bobcats had already lost 2013 captain Keith Moore to graduation in the spring, and Russell’s injury cost them their leading tackler.

On Friday nights, Warren’s first-year head coach Anthony Fish can be seen on the Warrior sideline wearing a freshly ironed white, button-down dress shirt with an electric-blue tie dancing around in the fall breeze.

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Bobcat grapplers employed some different training techniques to ready them for the upcoming 2014-15 campaign
Ohio head coach announced Derrius Vick as the starting quarterback as the team prepares for Buffalo on Nov. 5.


The Trimble Tomcats overcame bad weather to pick up the 60-12 season finale victory over Federal Hocking on senior night in Glouster. The similar suspects lead the way for Trimble, with Justice Jenkins and Austin Downs combining for three touchdowns during the game.

After three years of waiting, the West Muskingum Tornadoes are back. Back in the conference win column that is.

Ohio volleyball is off to its best start in seven years after defeating Kent State University Thursday night 3-1 (25-22, 25-16, 25-27, 25-22) on the road.

The ‘Cats remain undefeated in Mid-American-Conference play and extended their winning streak to twelve matches with the victory.

The TVC-Ohio crown will remain in The Plains for another year as the Athens Bulldogs (10-0, 6-0) were able to go into Boston Field and come away with a conference-clinching win over the Nelsonville-York Buckeyes (7-3, 5-1) 48-22.

This Halloween, both teams dressed up in a layer of mud. Jackson (10-0, 4-0) even adorned some junior varsity uniforms in order to keep their new varsity ones clean.

For Ohio Bobcats wrestling, intensity is not a choice, but a way of life – a requirement for wrestlers who want to improve themselves.  And even after an extremely successful 2013-2014 campaign, the men who will hit the mats this season know that even more will be

Athens and Nelsonville-York–two schools separated by just 14 miles; two schools with a rich football history; two schools with one common goal–a TVC-Ohio title.

Allowing early goals to the opposition has been the norm during the Bobcats’ five-game losing streak and that trend did not end in the season finale against Kent State.

With the very clear intent of forgetting the week eight result against Western Michigan, Ohio head coach Frank Solich jumped right into