The Battle for the Bell kicks off for the 57th time on Saturday, as the Ohio Bobcats travel to Huntington to square off against the Marshall Thundering Herd.

Though they are only separated by the Ohio River, Marietta and Williamstown’s offenses seemed miles apart as Williamstown (3-0) won the “Rumble on the River” by a score of 41-32 at the Don Drumm Stadium Friday night.

Ohio soccer got the second win in of its three-game home stand as it dropped the University of Detroit 3-1 on Friday.

“Just winning is great,” sophomore Alexis Milesky said. “We’ve had two home wins so far, and one we could have had. It’s just great.”

It is Week 3 of the 2014 season and the Williamstown Yellow Jackets are looking to keep their undefeated season alive. Williamstown (2-0) travels to Marietta (1-1) Friday night to take on the Tigers, one of the Yellow Jackets’ oldest rivals, as the matchup dates back to the 1930s.

Week 3 of high school football consists of good matchups all over southeast Ohio. But for the teams in the TVC-Hocking, Week 3 serves as testing ground for the season to come.

One of the biggest rivalries in the MVL takes place early again this year as the Maysville Panthers host the Philo Electrics. Last week, Philo had a nail-biting, 19-13 loss to Licking Valley.

The game of football consists of three different components: offense, defense and special teams.

But in this week’s game between the Meigs Marauders and Logan Chieftains, the game will feature a lot of offense—and not as much defense.

The bitter taste of last years’ lost to West Jefferson is still very much on the minds of the Jackson Ironmen. Jackson coach Andy Hall and the Ironmen distinctly remember last year’s meeting where the Roughriders cruised their way to a 42-7 victory.

It is pretty uncommon for a high school football team to average more than 400 yards of total offense.  However, on Friday night there will be two teams that put up those numbers when the Point Pleasant Big Blacks (2-0) host the Wayne Pioneers (2-0), in what is also a rematch of a 2011 West Virgi

Over the last few years, the Athens Bulldogs and Warren Warriors have become familiar foes on the hardwood, meeting in the playoffs in the last two seasons. Both playoff contests resulted in an onslaught of offense by Warren to lift the Warriors in both matchups.