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Ohio men’s basketball fell to 1-2 in the 2014 Diamondhead Classic as a result of their 71-58 loss to Nebraska, and dropped to 4-6 on the season.

For one of the first times all season, the Ohio men’s basketball team put together a complete 40 minutes of play in their 99-75 win over DePaul in the Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic.

Ohio wrestling competed at the 2014 Reno Tournament of Champions on Sunday, and left the “Biggest Little City in the World,” with two champions. Tywan Claxton and Cody Walters claimed titles at 149 pounds and 174, respectively.

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Spartans win big over Russel on Saturday.
Lady Vikings lose big to Unioto for their fourth loss of the season.


The Trimble Tomcats (1-5) were unable to secure a win Thursday as they took on the Miller Falcons in Glouster, with the Miller Lady Falcons coming away with the victory 52-36.

The Alexander Lady Spartans (2-1) traveled to Wellston Thursday night to take on the Wellston Lady Golden Rockets (1-2), for a 49-17 victory.

The Athens Lady Bulldogs paid a visit to Nelsonville-York’s gymnasium on Thursday, Dec.

A tied score board with 13 seconds left in the game left the Federal Hocking Lady Lancers (1-3, 1-2 TVC-Hocking) fighting hard to win over the Belpre Golden Eagles (4-1, 3-1) until fouls caused the game to end with the Lady Lancers losing at home, 57-59.

Jackson linebacker and tight end Reagan Williams and 20 other defensive players from around Ohio have been selected as finalists for the Ohio National Guard JJHuddle Defensive Player of the Year award.

The Federal Hocking Lancers were focused on two things coming into the Southern Tornado’s (1-0) new gym tonight: the recent losses of, newly appointed, coach Eric Mitchell and how to contain senior forward Tristen Wolfe.

For the second time in as many games, the Alexander Spartans stormed to an early lead, controlled the tempo and cruised to another easy win.

Meigs cut its deficit to single digits with 2:30 left in the fourth quarter, but it couldn’t take the game, as the Marauders lost to Fairland 67-53 on Tuesday.

After Eastern guard Cam Richmond hit the back end of a pair of free throws to tie the score at 46-all with 1:08 remaining, the Eastern-faithful were prepared for a dramatic finish in the Eagles Nest.

A faulty sound system brought Wahama fans, and Eastern Eagles alike, in the singing of the National Anthem before the Lady Eagles chalked up their fourth straight win against the Lady White Falcons 69-14 Monday night.