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The Purdue Boilermakers (1-0-0) took care of business Friday night when they shutout the Ohio Bobcats (0-1-0) 3-0. The Bobcats could not seem to find their groove offensively throughout the entire match. It was not long into the matchup before the Boilermakers found the net. At the fifth minute of the contest Vanessa Korolas delivered… Read More
Despite last year’s rocky transition into the Tri-Valley Conference, the River Valley Raiders football team has no shortage of confidence. The Raiders are focused on their returning players, only graduating two from the 2014 season. “It’s their time,” fifth-year coach Jerrod Spalling says of the 20 returning letter winners. With senior quarterback Dayton Hardway at… Read More
In the past seven-plus weeks, officers with the Athens Police Department have responded to more than 50 calls in the city related to possible burglaries or breaking and entering incidents. In a news release on Friday, Athens Chief of Police Tom Pyle stated that of the 51 calls for service by the department, 37 have… Read More
Consistency is the name of the game in football. The John Glenn Little Muskies have struggled in the last two seasons to establish it. The Little Muskies were among the middle of the pack in the MVL last season, finishing at 4-6 (3-5). A return to the playoffs is on the brain, along with capturing… Read More
WOUB kicks off a new season of the award-winning high school football show, Gridiron Glory. Our season premiere takes a look at the schedules, teams and players that we will be following this season. Follow woub.org/gridiron on the web and @gridironglory on Twitter for the latest. Also look for us on Facebook, Instagram and SnapChat.
Firefighters from all over the U.S. traveled to the West Coast to offer their professional training in hopes of ending the recent ongoing wildfires. This includes local teams that have entered the fight as tragedy has hit the wildfire scenes. Mike Broeker, from Waterloo Township Volunteer Fire Department, says the game has changed after losing… Read More