You are viewing the October 24, 2014 daily archives
In Friday’s showdown with the MVL championship on the line, the Tri-Valley Scotties dominated the Maysville Panthers in convincing fashion with a 35-7 victory. The Scotties (9-0, 7-0 MVL) fed off the energy of a packed house at Jack Anderson Stadium and handed Maysville its first loss of the season, while also claiming at least… Read More
Here are the scores from all of your favorite area teams. MVL Philo: 37 Morgan: 0 West Muskingum: 0 Caldwell: 33 John Glenn: 14 New Lexington: 17 Maysville: 7 Tri-Valley: 35 Sheridan: 41 Crooksville: 8 SEOAL Gallia Academy: 7 Logan: 28 Warren: 43 Portsmouth: 54 Ironton: 21 Jackson: 33 TVC-Ohio River Valley: 14 Athens: 77… Read More
'Tis the season for costumes and live music; October 25th marks the 40th annual Halloween in Athens block party. With a history of street takeovers and general unruliness, the block party has come a long way since it's early years. According to Ron Lucas, Deputy Service Safety Director, the Halloween block party arrived to Athens… Read More
Ohio is off to its best start in Mid-American Conference play since 2009. Volleyball reporter Allie Dosmann has the details on the coaching staff's changes and how it's led to success.
Volleyball reporter Nathan Wiseman previews the Bobcats (15-4, 8-0) upcoming game against the Northern Illinois Huskies (15-7, 8-0).
WOUB Sports reporter Carter Eckl talks with Ohio Field Hockey Head Coach Neil Macmillan about the importance of penalty corners.
Host Morgan Overbey and football reporter Lucas Widman discuss Ohio's success at wide receiver despite uncertainty at quarterback.
Ohio football reporter Nick Komjati previews the Bobcats' weekend in Kalamzoo against the Broncos (4-3, 2-1).
Ohio wrestlers Phil Wellington, Cody Walters and Sparty Chino talk about their outlook on a much anticipated 2014-15 wrestling season.
The Athens' Halloween Block Party Schedule has finally been released. The schedule is as follows: 6 pm – Honey for the Heart Parade 6:30 pm – Dweeb (South Stage) 7:00 pm – Backwords (North Stage) 7:45 pm – Sassafraz (South Stage) 8:15 pm – Mrs. Helen Highwater (North Stage) 9:00 pm – Holy Spicoli (South… Read More
John Spon is the Law Director of Mansfield Ohio and a strong proponent for cities to take action to protect local environments from water pollution and other outgrowths of fracking. He was in Athens Thursday to promote Issue 7 – a Citizens’ Bill of Rights for the City of Athens which is on the Nov…. Read More
John Spon is the Law Director of Mansfield Ohio and a strong proponent for cities to take action to protect local environments from water pollution and other outgrowths of fracking. He was in Athens recently to promote Issue 7 – a Citizens’ Bill of Rights for the City of Athens which is on the Nov…. Read More
Stuart’s Opera House recently received significant support for its capital campaign, with the Athens Foundation and the Athens Rotary Foundation each pledging $50,000. The Athens Area Chamber of Commerce has also pledged $5,000. The Next Stage Campaign, an expansion and improvement initiative, was publicly launched July 25 by the Opera House. Through expansion as well… Read More
Authorities seized around 30 guns, more than 15,000 rounds of ammunition, uniforms, silencers, police badges and vehicles from the central Ohio home of a man who police say tried to pull over a uniformed Akron police officer as he drove to work last week. Akron police, sheriff's deputies and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco,… Read More
The wait is over. After a five-year absence, Alexander returns to Trimble’s regular season schedule. If you ask Trimble coach Phil Faires, he will tell you he never wanted to stop playing the Spartans. “A new coach came in and wanted a different schedule. He wanted teams they could beat and we weren’t one of… Read More
The Williamstown Yellowjackets have three games left in the season to decide their fate as they march towards a possible 15th straight year of postseason play. On Friday night the Yellowjackets (5-2) match up against the Parkersburg Catholic Crusaders (2-5). Williamstown comes into the game with their heads held high after a 72-8 victory over… Read More
Senior night is the last night seniors are promised to play on their home field, the last night they will be cheered by their home fans and the last night they’ll be under their lights. The Athens Bulldogs (8-0, 4-0 TVC-Ohio) have 22 players in perhaps the greatest senior class in school history, so even… Read More
Game of the Week Preview: MVL Title On The Line Between Tri-Valley and Maysville On Friday [with VIDEO]
The MVL is one of the most competitive conferences in Southeast Ohio. The action lives up to the expectations week in and week out, and this week is no different. With two undefeated teams in the Tri-Valley Scotties and the Maysville Panthers facing off in this Week 9 matchup, the winner is likely to take… Read More
Friday night is senior night in Jackson, and it will be the biggest night of the year for the Ironmen. Eighteen seniors will be taking part in their final regular season home game at Alumni Stadium with a playoff berth riding on the line. The Ironmen will clash with a more than familiar foe in… Read More