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Alexander Extends Winning Streak Against Wellston

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Alexander adds another win to its record putting the Spartans at a seven game winning streak. The Alexander Spartans beat the Wellston Golden Rockets 73-47 on Tuesday night. However, this score does not accurately reflect how hard both teams played. Alexander struggled in the first few minutes with keeping the ball in its position and giving Wellston a… Read More

Saltzman, Cozart Lead Athens Over River Valley

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The Athens Bulldogs (10-7) picked up their second-straight win and found their groove through Zacciah Saltzman and Dalton Cozart after the team lost Griffin Lutz a week ago. The Bulldogs passed River Valley (3-15) 57-41. At the final buzzer, River Valley tallied 58 missed shots, while Athens shot 54 total on the night. The Raiders shot 12 for 70… Read More

Vinton County Dominates Nelsonville-York


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After earning their second TVC-Ohio victory, the Buckeyes went in against Vinton County confident. The Vikings, however, had another idea. The Vinton County Vikings spoiled the Nelsonville-York Buckeyes 79-47. The game started off with Vinton County leading against Nelsonville-York 13-0 in the first five minutes of the first quarter but the Buckeyes refused to end the quarter… Read More

Eastern Struggles With Scoring Against Waterford

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With a minute to go in the second quarter, Waterford (12-3) reeled off six points to head into the half with a 38-31 lead. From there on, the Wildcats continued to extend their lead and won against the Eagles (4-12) 71-57. Coming out of the locker room, Waterford continued going on an 18-5 run in four minutes… Read More

Cody Walters Earns Ohio University’s Scholar Athlete of the Week

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Senior Cody Walters was named Ohio University’s scholar athlete of the week. The redshirt senior for the Bobcats has a GPA of 3.273 as a physical education major. Walters has received academic mentions before with the Bobcats, earning Academic All-Mid American Conference honors last season. This season has been a key point in Walters career,… Read More

West Virginia Looks to OK Taking $51.8m from Reserves for Budget Woes

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – The Republican-led Legislature looks to approve taking $51.8 million from reserves to avoid late payments amid a grim budget. Tuesday’s House vote would send the measure to Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin, who proposed it. Senators passed it unanimously. West Virginia expects a $384 million 2016 budget gap. The Democratic governor’s office… Read More

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Officials Investigate Gas Worker’s Death in Pleasants County

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ST. MARYS, W.Va. (AP) – Federal officials are investigating the death of a gas industry worker last month in Pleasants County. The Charleston Gazette-Mail reports the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration is examining the death of 20-year-old Aaron Michael Flanigan of Pennsboro, which occurred Dec. 17. OSHA spokeswoman Leni Uddyback-Fortson says Flanigan was working… Read More