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Trimble Shuts Out Waterford In Flag-Ridden Affair

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WATERFORD, Ohio- It seems as if the longer success lasts, the more we take it for granted. Hearing about 40-point shutout victories should at the very least raise an eyebrow, but as of late for the Trimble Tomcats, those sorts of performances are in danger of being viewed as business as usual. The Tomcats shut… Read More

Nelsonville-York High Schools Keegan Wilburn (3) runs with the ball during a game between Nelsonville-York and Meigs on Oct. 4, 2019 at Meigs High School in Pomeroy, Ohio. PHOTO: Charles Hatcher/WOUB

Buckeyes Spoil Homecoming, Ravage Struggling Marauders

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POMEROY, Ohio – Following three consecutive home wins, the Nelsonville-York Buckeyes marched into Meigs with an unmistakable appetite. While the Marauders hoped to stand their ground on Homecoming night, the Buckeye’s steady offense held a firm control of the narrative. Meigs’ offense stepped out onto the field with the wrong foot forward. What appeared to… Read More

The Wellston Golden Rockets and the River Valley Raiders lineup against each other on Oct. 5, 2015

Wellston Golden Rockets Take Off Against River Valley

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WELLSTON, Ohio- As the sun met the horizon Friday evening, it turned the sky tangy orange and dark blue and matched the colors of Wellston Golden Rockets, setting the mood for their victory as they launched higher into orbit with a 42-0 win over River Valley Raiders in the sixth game of the season. The… Read More

The Chillicothe Cavaliers run onto the field as get set to play the Washington Court House on Oct. 5, 2019.

Washington Courthouse Uses Turnovers, Passing Game To Fly Past Chillicothe

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WASHINGTON COURTHOUSE, Ohio- It was the start of Frontier Athletic Conference play as the Washington Courthouse Blue Lions (4-2) and the Chillicothe Cavaliers (1-5). In this matchup, it was the Blue Lions who came out firing on all cylinders and eventually left with a 38-7 victory. The Blue Lions came firing right out of the… Read More