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Parkersburg Falls 45-42 To Cabell Midland


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The first round of the WVSSAC AAA Playoffs featured a rematch of two Mountain State Athletic Conference Teams. The winner of Cabell Midland and Parkersburg’s matchup was not decided until the final minutes, as the Cabell Midland Knights protected their lead to down the Parkersburg Big Red, 45-42. Devin Stapleton sealed the victory for the… Read More

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Ohio Women Start Season With Win


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The Ohio Bobcats women’s basketball team was only one 3-point field goal made away from tying a MAC record for most 3-pointers made in a game. Hannah Boesinger had six of those and didn’t even lead the team Friday night. Preseason second team all-MAC guard Kiyanna Black went 7-for-13 from behind the arc. Overall, Ohio… Read More

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Recap: Athens Bounces Tri-Valley From Playoffs For Second-Straight Year With 41-20 Victory [Video & Slideshow]

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In front of a standing room only crowd at Zanesville’s John D. Sulsberger Memorial Stadium, Trae Williams led Athens to a 41-20 playoff victory over Tri-Valley by flaunting his skills on both sides of the ball. Williams finished the night with 135 rushing yards and two touchdowns, but the senior also led the Athens defense… Read More

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Women’s Swimming & Diving Drops Contest To Marshall on 44th Anniversary Of Thundering Herd Tragedy


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On the 44th anniversary of one of the worst tragedies in sports history, the number 75 was written on the left shoulder of Marshall swimmers and divers. At the meet’s conclusion, the victorious Thundering Herd started the iconic “We are… Marshall” chant with the spectators. Ohio University women’s swimming and diving team (1-4) dominated the… Read More

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Bobcats Beat Bowling Green 3-0


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With a 3-0 (25-20, 25-20, 25-14) sweep of Bowling Green on Friday, the Ohio Bobcats clinched the Mid-American Conference regular season title for the second consecutive season. “The big thing tonight is wanted our juniors to leave here tonight knowing that they get to host the conference tournament next year as seniors,” Ohio coach Deane… Read More