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Despite Kiyanna Black going down with an injury in the first half, and a late game comeback attempt by UMass, the Bobcats won for the second straight day with a 59-52 victory to improve to 8-2 on the year.

Led by great defense, and clutch shooting the Bobcats improve to 7-2 on the year with a 74-63 victory over the La Salle Explorers on Friday to capture its first of two games in the Georgia State Holiday and Hoops Classic.

The Ohio men’s basketball team has a thing for close games. After four straight games decided by 10 points or less, the Bobcats forced overtime in Evansville after a Bean Willis three-pointer tied the game at 69 apiece. Then overtime happened.

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A wrap-up of the action for the Alexander Lady Spartans over the course of Ja. 15-19.

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Despite sloppy performances from both teams, the Federal Hocking Lady Lancers (1-2) picked up their first win of the 2014 season, 50-32, Thursday night at South Gallia High School against the Lady Rebels (0-3).

The Eastern Lady Eagles dominated the boards and defeated the Belpre Lady Golden Eagles 59-39 on Thursday night.  Eastern outrebounded Belpre 48-21 en route to a blowout victory.

Thursday’s game was all about turning points for Trimble. The Lady Tomcats (1-1) had their first win of the season against Wahama, 51-12, after dropping the first contest of the season.

With former captain Megan Dixon graduated, the Vinton County Lady Vikings needed one of their returning starters to step up to be the team’s leader and main scorer this season.

If you would have told the Athens Bulldogs they would score 52 points, put up 563 yards of total offense and lose a game, the team would probably think you are crazy.

The field for the 2015 Ezybonds U.S. Virgin Islands Paradise Jam was announced Thursday, and the Ohio Bobcats found themselves on the list of teams competing in the tournament.

If a trip to the OHSAA Division III State Championship wasn’t enough for the 14-0 Athens Bulldogs, they have something new to celebrate after quarterback Joe Burrow was named Ohio’s Mr. Football by the Associated Press.

With less than a minute left in the game, Jessie Addis and Madison Davis used the teamwork Nelsonville-York coach Amanda Dalton always stresses to get the win 62-59 in an OHSAA Foundation Scrimmage Game against the Logan Lady Chieftains.

Five recruits took advantage of the early signing period and have signed with the Ohio swimming and diving team for next season.

First year head coach Rachel Komisarz-Baugh came to Athens hoping to turn around the program with the reputation as one of the top recruiters in the nation.

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