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Alexander Falls to Jackson in Overtime

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The Alexander Spartans lost a heartbreaker in overtime Tuesday night against the Ironmen of Jackson, losing 57-48. Alexander did not come out strong, trying to force the ball down low to its go-to-man Chace Harris. Jackson ran a strong 2-3 defense down low, not allowing any easy shots and forcing Alexander to rely on the three-ball…. Read More

Buckeyes Outlast Liberty Union in Overtime Thriller

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The Nelsonville -York Buckeyes went to war on Tuesday night against the Liberty Union Lions winning 76 -73 in a double overtime thriller. The Buckeyes (8-4, 1-4) showed tonight it’s not always about how you start, but how you finish. Down two at the end of the 1st quarter, NY coach Jay Kline decided to… Read More

OU Provost, Presidential Finalist Benoit Talks Activism, OU’s Funding Future

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In the last of four public forums for Ohio University’s presidential candidates, current OU Executive Vice President and Provost Pam Benoit talked activism and OU’s chances of becoming a sanctuary university, among other topics. Benoit spoke fondly of her years as a university administrator and Athens resident, and gave her goals as potential successor to Dr…. Read More

Mountain Stage Headed To Ohio University Jan. 22

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Sunday, Jan.  22, Ohio University’s Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium will be full with the wholesome sounds of Chely Wright, KT Tunstall, Mark Erelli, Johnny Staats accompanied by Robert Shafer, and Athens’ own J.D. Hutchison and Realbilly Jive for an installment of the celebrated Mountain Stage with Larry Groce. For the past 34 years, Mountain Stage has been broadcasting live… Read More

Ohio Competes in Dive-Only Tournament over Weekend

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The Ohio diving team traveled to the University of Buffalo to take on their conference foes, along with the University of Connecticut, University of Massachusetts, and Niagara University in a three-day, dive-only competition this past weekend. Despite a rocky performance in the first two days, the team finally struck gold in its final day, thanks… Read More