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Gallia Academy Downs Rival Jackson


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  The rivalry between Jackson and Gallia Academy lived up to the hype Friday night, coming down to the final minutes in a close 30-27 Blue Devil victory. With 6:40 remaining in the fourth quarter, Jackson took the lead for the first time all game. Their 27-23 lead was quickly erased when the Ironmen fumbled… Read More

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Athens Clinches TVC-Ohio Title


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The Athens Bulldogs defeated the Nelsonville-York Bulldogs 42-21 on the road Friday to earn their second-straight outright TVC-Ohio championship. With the win, Athens (9-1) secured a home playoff game for the second consecutive season as well. The Bulldogs were ranked fourth in OHSAA Division III, Region 12 entering Friday's game. Athens has won nine straight… Read More

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Week 10 Scores

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MVL Crooksville 12 John Glenn 27   Maysville 52 Morgan 21   New Lexington 28 Sheridan 0   Tri-Valley 56 Philo 14   Claymont 55 West Muskingum 12   SEOAL Portsmouth 0 Chillicothe 63   Jackson  27 Gallia Academy 30   Logan 8 Warren 49   TVC-Hocking Belpre 27 Waterford 0   Federal Hocking 8… Read More

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‘Cats Win Streak Extends to Ten


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The Ohio Bobcats extended their winning streak to 10 as they defeated the Miami Rehawks in four sets (25-21, 15-25, 25-15, 25-22). The Bobcats dominated early in the first set by going on a 7-0 run. Kelly Lamberti led this run as the server. Although it looked like Ohio was going cruise to easy set… Read More

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Ohio Football Receives New Commit


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Ohio University football has received an oral commitment from Baldwin High School (PA) running back Dorian Brown. The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reported earlier today that Brown made his decision to go with Ohio over other offers from Buffalo, Akron and Navy.  “I liked the atmosphere, the campus is pretty nice,” Brown said in an interview with… Read More

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Evening Audio Update For October 26


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Republicans in Ohio allege that Obama for America and State Democrats distributed free pizza at campus rallies to get students to vote for the president. In Kentucky, Republican Senate President David Williams will end his legislative career to take a judicial position offered to him. Details in your evening audio update.