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ATHENS, Ohio – About 20 hours after losing a heart-breaking match to Bowling Green in five sets on Friday night, the Bobcats returned to the court at the Convocation Center on Saturday to face another competitive team and MAC East division foe – the Miami Redhawks. The Redhawks won the previous four meetings of “The… Read More
On Friday, U.S. District Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson said that the move appeared to have violated federal law. She stated that the administration did not follow the correct decision-making procedures.
With the full House on recess, the House Intelligence Committee could start hearings within days into President Trump’s contacts with Ukraine.
MCARTHUR, Ohio- In a fight where only the strongest prevailed, the Athens Bulldogs bested the Vinton County Vikings on Friday night. In a close-cut game of 33-28, the game kept the audience on their toes as the Bulldogs growled and snarled to victory despite a slow start in the fifth game of their season. Athens… Read More
The struggling West Muskingum Tornadoes blew away expectations in the first quarter with an impressive performance, as they stormed into Sheridan on Homecoming night. However, the Generals were able to charge ahead and claim a brutal victory, 56-18. Various miscues defined each team’s opening drives, starting from play one with an interception from Tornado quarterback… Read More
MASON, W.Va. – One game is all it takes to turn a season around and Friday night, Wahama’s season took a turn for the better as the White Falcons defeated the Federal Hocking Lancers 48-24 in the Gridiron Glory Game of the Week. The White Falcon defense wreaked havoc on the Lancers offense in the… Read More
JACKSON, Ohio- The battle for the Apple Bowl Trophy was set for action as Wheelersburg traveled to Jackson. The Jackson Ironmen were locked in as they looked to keep their undefeated season. Last year the Wheelersburg Pirates had defeated the Ironmen very handedly, 33-14. With the help of a strong run game and an iron-curtain… Read More