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The sixth inning has often been the start of trouble for the Ohio pitching staff throughout the 2014 season. The Bobcat pitchers have allowed 42 runs in the sixth inning this season, which is the second highest total of runs allowed in any inning this season. Meanwhile, their offense has had its share of troubles… Read More
Too many Eastern Michigan hits ended Ohio's season-high two-game win streak. EMU beat Ohio 10-5 in the final game of a three-game series Sunday. The Bobcats had won the previous two games and head coach Rob Smith – whose tenure started in 2013 – got his first series win. Ohio fell to 8-32 (4-14 MAC),… Read More
Kids of all ages turned out for this month's Final Fridays celebration, held April 25 on Nelsonville's Public Square.
The event was held in conjunction with the Little Cities of Black Diamonds' Appalachian Spring Festival, featuring historical exhibits, kids' activities and more.
Unable to capitalize on multiple scoring opportunities in Akron over the weekend, the Ohio Bobcats fell for the second straight day on Sunday, 9-0. It was the second time in Mid-American Conference play that Ohio was shut out in both games of a two-game series. The Bobcats failed to take advantage of situations in the… Read More
Rio Grande (21-29, 6-21) was swept this weekend at Cumberland University (35-17, 17-9) to end its play in the Mid-South Conference and eliminate the RedStorm from postseason play. Game One David Steele (4-4) battled muscle spasms early and allowed four earned runs in just two innings on Friday afternoon. Kyle Miller didn’t fare any better… Read More
UPDATE: There was something special about Danielle Church. "I haven't met anyone like her. She was so outgoing, so nice to everyone she knew," said Hailey Murdock, a senior at Warren High. Danielle lost her life in an ATV accident last weekend. Since the tragedy, classmates are sticking together for support. "That night, there was… Read More