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Two seconds was all that was potentially left of Ohio’s season as place kicker Josiah Yazdani strolled onto the field with the game tied at 21-21.

It was closer than they may have liked, but the Ohio men’s basketball came away with the 69-60 win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff Tuesday night in the Convo.

Last season, the Nelsonville-York boys team surprised many with their push towards the Schottenstein Center. Few fans expected them to make it past the first round, and even less expected them to get their revenge over Crooksville.

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Meredith Ashy anchors one of the best defenses in the Mid-American Conference as the Bobcats look to repeat success from last year.

Replacing a legend is never an easy task, but in college athletics, it’s inevitable. Ohio wrestling faces that challenge as it will be without heavyweight Jeremy Johnson for the first time in five seasons.

Ohio volleyball won its final road conference game Saturday with a 3-0 (25-19, 25-15, 25-21) sweep of Buffalo (14-14, 4-10) at Alumni Arena.

Back in 2011, the Trimble Tomcats lost to the Symmes Valley Vikings 28-19 in the regional quarterfinals. But the Tomcats are a much different team than the one from three years ago, and had a different plan for how this game would play out.

Saturday’s home exhibition matchup with Marietta was closer than the Ohio men’s basketball team would have liked, but the Bobcats ultimately came away with the victory 82-69 in front of a huge crowd on Dad’s Weekend.

Tri-Valley quarterback Brock Fargus and wide receiver Hunter Mohler have been building a repertoire all season in Dresden as perhaps the most dangerous quarterback and wide receiver duos in the MVL.

For the first time in four years, the Nelsonville-York Buckeyes made the playoffs, and traveled to Lucasville Valley to take on the No. 2 seed Indians. Unfortunately for them, the last time Lucasville Valley lost on their home turf was in 2010 and tonight was no different.

The Fredericktown Freddies proved why they earned the No. 1 seed in Division VI, Region 21 by dominating the No. 8 seed Belpre Golden Eagles 49-6 in Fredericktown.

Once the playoffs roll around, the stakes get higher, the teams are better and the games should be closer – but don’t tell that to the Athens Bulldogs.

A Maysville fan had a sign dangling on the fence on the visitor bleachers, “Show them who the real Panthers are.”

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