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Federal Hocking Freshman Makes Big Free Throws For Lady Lancers

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Saturday’s Tri-Valley Conference Girls Basketball Preview was meant to give teams a chance to test their squads before the regular season starts in a few weeks, however for the Federal Hocking Lady Lancers, it was much more than that. Federal Hocking’s chances of winning looked bleak, but a Meigs technical foul with less than 10… Read More

Ohio Men’s Basketball Wins Season Opener With FGCU

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Ohio men’s basketball was in action on Saturday against former NCAA tournament Cinderella Florida Gulf Coast, and the Bobcats won their 11-straight season opener 85-75. The Bobcats lost a lot from last year’s team, including guards Stevie Taylor, Ryan Taylor and Javarez Willis and forward Maurice Ndour. This year’s team features some returners like Treg… Read More

Ohio Swimming and Diving Wins First Meet

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Ohio women’s swimming and diving picked up its first victory of the season after defeating Marshall 197.5-107.5 on Friday. The team’s fourteen first-place finishes helped the Bobcats bring home this win. Ohio’s first win of the night was in the 200-yard medley relay. Senior Addy Ferguson, freshman Mackenzie Hornstra, junior Laura Dawson, and senior Haley… Read More

Researchers to Study Military Marriages and Counseling

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FAIRBORN, Ohio (AP) — Researchers at Wright State University in southwestern Ohio have received nearly $900,000 to watch and study about 250 Air Force couples who’ve been in a committed relationship at least six months. The Dayton Daily News reports university psychology researchers are trying to determine the effectiveness of intervening in marriages early to preserve… Read More

Alexander Turnovers Prove Costly Against Zane Trace

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Zane Trace Head Coach Duane Hall met his team on the field after the game. The Pioneers kneeled looking up at Hall, who was in his first year back with Zane Trace. “Regional finals. Is that unbelievable? That’s unbelievable,” he said. Zane Trace’s defense forced seven turnovers to beat Alexander 34-21 and advance to the… Read More