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Ohio Field Hockey to Play Central Michigan and Rutgers

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Ohio field hockey feasted on the Cardinals on Saturday after defeating Ball State in a 4-2 victory in Muncie, Indiana. The Bobcats left triumphant after winning their Mid-American Conference opener and hope to claim another conference victory over the Central Michigan Chippewas on Friday, and a non-conference win against Rutgers on Sunday. Ohio brought its… Read More

Sheridan Seeks to Contain Roberts, Overcome Maysville Defense

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Sheridan faces a lot of unanswered questions through five games. Since being blown out 42-0 by Zanesville three weeks ago, the Generals (3-2, 3-0) have won two consecutive games, averaging 46.5 points per contest during that stretch. However, Sheridan’s three wins have come against the MVL’s bottom three teams (John Glenn, West Muskingum, and Morgan)… Read More

Amanda-Cleacreek, Fairfield Union In Need of Kick Start

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Amanda-Clearcreek (1-4, 0-2) and Fairfield Union (2-3, 0-2) will both be battling to get back on track Friday night. The Aces won their season opener, but have since dropped four games in a row. The Falcons find themselves in a similar situation having dropped three of their last four after a season-opening win. Amanda-Clearcreek’s struggles… Read More

N-Y Must Overcome Inconsistency In Battle With Marauders

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After a thrilling second-half victory over the then undefeated River Valley Raiders, the Meigs Marauders now turn their focus to the Nelsonville-York Buckeyes. Friday night will see two teams trending in opposite directions take the field in Pomeroy. Meigs (4-1, 2-0) is riding high and are tied atop the TVC-Ohio standings with Alexander. Nelsonville-York (1-4,… Read More

Wahama Tasked With Containing Jenkins, Snapping Trimble’s Streak

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The Trimble Tomcats travel to Wahama on Friday in a game which has two very different meanings for each team. The Tomcats (4-1, 4-0) come into the game riding a four-game win streak, fresh off of a statement win against Miller.  The 56-14 rout put Trimble in the TVC-Hocking driver’s seat, putting the Tomcats in… Read More

Prescription Drugs falling out of a sideways bottle

Ohioans Drop Off 13.5 Tons of Unused Prescription Drugs

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The government says Ohioans dropped off 13.5 tons of unneeded, unwanted or expired prescription drugs during National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day. The annual U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration initiative targets unused prescription drugs because the medications can be accidentally ingested, stolen or abused. The DEA says nine previous nationwide events have taken… Read More