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Sluggish Start Plagues Bobcats

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The Ohio Bobcats (10-15, 3-10) could not overcome the slow start Tuesday night, falling 82-74 to the Toledo Rockets (19-7, 11-2)  The game could not have started off any worse for Ohio, as Toledo opened the game on a 15-0 run. It wasn’t until five minutes into the game that Jordan Dartis finally put the Bobcats on the board with a jumper. Kevin Mickle and Teyvion Kirk led the way for the… Read More

Yates Brothers Combine For 56 Points To Propel Vikings

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For Naylan and Nevan Yates getting buckets is a family business. On Tuesday night, business was booming. The brothers combined for 56 points in Vinton County’s 83-71 win over Miami Trace on Tuesday night. “I had a bunch of good looks,” Nevan Yates said. “It was a nice night.” The Vikings scored their second-highest amount… Read More

Buckeyes Drop 11th Straight Game to Logan

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Instead of traveling to Logan High School the Nelsonville-York Buckeyes (5-16) were given the address of Katie Smith Gymnasium which is home to Logan’s Middle School teams but tonight it was home to the varsity Logan Chieftains (18-2) Thursday night. It was a different court but same constant result for the Chieftains who handed the… Read More

Eastern Stifles Fed Hock to Spoil Lancers’ Senior Night

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With the playoffs about to start, every team is trying to end their respective seasons on a high note. Whether that’s battling it out for the number one seed in the bracket or gaining some last-minute momentum, every team is highly focused on entering the playoffs with total rhythm and confidence on and off the… Read More

LGBTQ+ People Experience Different Difficulties Coming to College

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Transitioning from high school to college creates confusion and uncertainty for many students. Navigating a shared space with a roommate is one of the most common changes that college freshmen experience. Some college freshmen experience different difficulties as they try to express themselves in a new environment. Some LGBTQ students have to decide if they… Read More