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The Bobcats cruised to a 24-13 victory over the Buffalo Bulls on Sunday, and completed a weekend sweep of two Mid-American Conference duals

The game was tied at 61 with 2.9 seconds left, and the Bobcats had to go the length of the floor to get the win.

Phil Wellington wasn’t happy with his 12-5 record before the start of the new year.

When Ohio 149-pounder Tywan Claxton isn't on a wrestling mat, he can be found in the boxing ring. The grappler's hobby gives him some unique advantages on the mat.

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Five straight wins sealed the win for the 'Cats in Dekalb, Ill.
The Bobcats dominated the Huskies 67-40 in a home win on Wednesday

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The Ohio men concluded a somewhat up-and-down nonconference schedule on a high note by defeating UNC-Wilmington, 72-53, at home Tuesday.

The Eastern (6-4, 5-1) girls overpowered South Gallia (1-8, 0-6) on Dec. 20 and traveled home with a 55-26 victory. The Lady Eagles started slow, but took advantage of a depleted South Gallia roster with freshman guard Maddison Williams leading the Lady Eagles to the easy win.

Led by Quiera Lampkins and Jasmine Weatherspoon’s late game surges, the Bobcats defeated the Cleveland State Vikings, 71-64, to improve to 9-2 on the year and earn their third straight victory.

Christmas time is a busy time for everyone, especially the Federal Hocking Lancers varsity basketball squads.

The Alexander Lady Spartans had a week full of success, as they cruised to two blowout wins on their home court. 

The Vinton County Vikings put together a big second half Saturday, holding the Jackson Ironmen to ten points while scoring 34 of their own to take home the 64-36 victory on the road. 

The Alexander Spartans started their post-Christmas play in style with a big 65-36 victory over Russell on Saturday.

The Vinton County girls fell behind early and never regained their composure as they lost to Unioto 52-20.

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.

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