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Akron’s Offense Sinks Ohio, 86-72


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The Ohio Bobcats dropped their first conference game of the season in a loss to the Akron Zips, who now sit alone atop the Mid-American Conference. Point guard Alex Abreu led the Zips with 21 points on the way to an 86-72 victory. “I thought Abreu was the difference in the game tonight,” said Ohio… Read More

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Vinton County Under Level-Two Snow Emergency

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Increasing snow and difficult driving conditions have prompted the Vinton County Sheriff's Office to upgrade the county to a level-two snow emergency. A dispatcher with the department said the level was increased Saturday afternoon when accumulation on the roadways increased. A level-two emergency means motorists should avoid driving and conditions are dangerous. The spokesperson said… Read More

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Ohio MBB Podcast: Ohio-Akron Preview


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Ohio squares off with Akron at 5 PM at James A. Rhodes arena Saturday afternoon, and Showcase reporters Carter Rodriguez and Pat Chiesa are on the scene to cover the game. Topics include the D.J. Cooper-Alex Abreu matchup, how to handle Zeke Marshall, and make final predictions. Sound bytes from Nick Kellogg and T.J. Hall… Read More

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Ivo Baltic Does It All


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Ivo Baltic’s position on the basketball court is difficult to identify. Offensively, he can nail the outside shot like a shooting guard, but can also post up and perform his signature move by fading away for a 10-foot jumper like a big man. When he switches to the defensive side of the ball, he can… Read More

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Vinton County Roughs Up Alexander


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  The Vinton County Vikings defeated The Alexander Spartans 62-49 at home tonight.  It was a back-and-forth game throughout the first half as both teams struggled with different aspects of the game. Alexander had troubles holding on to the ball while Vinton County missed key shots.  The Vikings turned the ball over seven times in… Read More