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Ohio Field Hockey Reporter Matt Stephens features OU’s roster that encompasses players from seven different states and four different countries.
Several years ago, the NOBROW.collective wrote a score to the classic 1920s silent horror film Nosferatu and performed it during a screening at the Athena Cinema. On Thursday evening, the 100-year-old theater screened another silent classic, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, again with an original NOBROW.collective score. Although the NOBROW.collective Facebook page lists 11 active members, including… Read More
The top teams in the TVC-Ohio battled back and forth the entire night. However, a weakening Meigs defense in the second half allowed two Mason Chapman touchdowns. Mix those scores with a late Jake Weaver interception and Alexander muscled its way to 36-26. The win secured an outright TVC-Ohio title and a spot in the… Read More
In his final game as an Athens Bulldog (6-4), Zacciah Saltzman rushed for 361 yards and finished his final season as a Bulldog with 2,113 rushing yards. Entering the longtime rivalry game, Saltzman needed 250 yards to reach the 2,000 mark and he reached his goal single handedly in the first half rushing for 261… Read More
With the playoffs on everyone’s mind, stakes and tensions were high as the Belpre Golden Eagles and the Waterford Wildcats combined for 58 points just in the first half of their matchup. Waterford (5-5, 4-4) returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown, and scored on its very next drive to take an early 12-0 lead. … Read More
The Sheridan Generals avoided an upset in a triple-overtime thriller against the New Lexington Panthers, winning 20-14. Sheridan traveled to New Lexington sitting at No. 11 in the playoff rankings, so a win was necessary to stay in contention. The Panthers got on the board early in the first quarter with a 12-yard touchdown pass… Read More