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Parkersburg South Ends Season With Win


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  Despite Parkersburg South’s playoff hopes being dashed with a loss last week to Wheeling Park, they came out and got a victory for their seniors on Senior Night. The Patriots showed up strong as they knocked off John Marshall 56-19. The seniors of P. South ran up and down the field as Braxton Johnson,… Read More

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Week 11 Scores

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Division II, Region 7 8. Tecumseh 29 1. Tri-Valley 47   5. Beechcroft 6 4. New Albany 25   6. Licking Heights 6 3. Marion-Franklin 46   7. Canal Winchester 21 2. Zanesville 16   Division VI, Region 23 8. Hannibal River 6 1. Danville 30   5. Symmes Valley 3 4. Bishop Rosecrans 26… Read More

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Accurso Receives MAC Academic Honor


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Ohio Cross Country's Juli Accurso was named Mid-American Conference Female Scholar Athlete of the Week by the league office Friday. It is the second time she has won the award. Accurso captured her second consecutive MAC Championship individual title on Oct. 27, winning the 6-kilometer race with a time of 20:48.4, 20 seconds faster than… Read More

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The Man Behind Johnny Appleseed

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Who is John Chapman? Most people would struggle to answer that question. He's the man who introduced apple trees to large parts of Ohio, West Virginia and several other states and is otherwise known as Johnny Appleseed.   And he's the subject of a new book by Professor William Kerrigan of Muskingum University. Kerrigan encountered… Read More

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Preventing Sports Injuries Begins Off The Field

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For today’s athletes, the fight against injury doesn’t begin with treatment and rehabilitation, it starts far earlier. Many athletic trainers, physicians and exercise physiologists agree that perhaps the most important step in treating an injury is preventing one before it even happens. For Ohio Bobcats Running Back Beau Blankenship, proper strength and conditioning training has… Read More