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The Frontier Athletic Conference has been put on notice. Gio Thomas, Dillon Steward and the Washington Court House Blue Lions are piling up the evidence that the FAC championship is within their reach. Behind a second straight offensive domination fueled by Thomas and Steward, the Blue Lions (2-0) blew out Circleville (0-2) 68-6 in their… Read More
The nation’s doctors are being enlisted in a new fight: reclaiming children’s right to play. A research paper urges pediatricians to prescribe playtime.
The Tornadoes received the ball to start the game and three plays later, New Lexington recovered a fumble, drove down field and acquired a lead that they would never relinquish. One score was all they needed. 48-0 New Lexington was the final. That touchdown off of the turnover set the tone for the Panthers as… Read More
After being shut out in their first game of the season, the Miller Falcons flipped the script with a 40-0 win against the Wahama White Falcons Friday night at Walter Harrop Field. Miller started off hot in their first game at home and never looked back. The Falcons first offensive drive was extended on a… Read More
The Nelsonville York Buckeyes were simply outclassed on Friday as the Martins Ferry Purple Riders ran away with a 38-0 victory. The Buckeyes knew that the bullseye would be on their backs this season, but nobody could have predicted this. Two back-to-back deficits of over 20 points is unheard of in Nelsonville. They now have… Read More
MCARTHUR, Ohio (AP) — Highway Patrol troopers in southeast Ohio are investigating a two-vehicle crash that left one man dead and sent four people to hospitals. The Patrol says Delbert Trout Jr. of Londonderry, Ohio, was dead at the scene Saturday afternoon. They say Jerry Stout of Harrisonburg, Virginia, was driving a 2011 Chevrolet Volt… Read More