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Northwestern runningback Evan Hull runs past the Ohio defense on his way to the end-zone for a 90-yard touchdown run against the Bobcats on September 25, 2021 at Ryan Field in Evanston, Illinois.

Ohio Football Struggles Again At Northwestern, Falls To 0-4

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EVANSTON, Ill. (WOUB) — It was a battle of the ‘Cats at Ryan Field on Saturday as Ohio visited Northwestern. The Bobcats went up against their second power-five opponent of the season, still searching for their first win of the season.  Northwestern (2-2) dominated its way to a commanding 35-6 win over Ohio (0-4). This… Read More

Washington Court House players celebrate after scoring a touchdown.

Miraculous Final Moments Cap Off Another Game-Winning Drive For Washington Court House

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GREENFIELD, Ohio (WOUB) — The Washington Courthouse Blue Lions had one shot to end the game. In a back-and-forth marathon with the McClain Tigers, there was no shortage of crazy catches, physical play and late-game heroics. It was Tanner Lemaster and the Blue Lions who got the last laugh. Lemaster hauled in Troy Thompson’s hail… Read More

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John Glenn Secures A Happy Homecoming Weekend With 35-7 Victory

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NEW CONCORD, Ohio (WOUB) — The John Glenn Muskies were led by dominating performances from running back Noah Wellmeier and wide receiver and safety Colt Emerson en route to a 35-7 victory over Meadowbrook in their Homecoming game on Friday night. The Muskie defense was able to fend off a few early Meadowbrook scoring threats… Read More

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Waterford Wildcats Take Care Of Rival Eagles, Spoil Eastern’s Homecoming Night

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REEDSVILLE, Ohio (WOUB) — The Eastern Eagles looked to defend their home field on homecoming night, however; the Waterford Wildcats had other plans. Waterford hit the road after dropping two straight at home against the Fort Frye Cadets and in conference powerhouse Trimble Tomcats. They faced off against an Eastern team looking to get back… Read More

A Defensive Battle In Pomeroy Resulted In A Narrow 13-6 Win For Nelsonville-York

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POMEROY, Ohio (WOUB) – Friday night, the Nelsonville-York Buckeyes traveled to take on the Meigs Crusaders. The game started out as a defensive struggle as both teams failed to score in the first quarter. It was looking as it might go scoreless into the half but with 4 minutes left in the second the Buckeyes… Read More

A Heath player runs with the ball as a Lakewood player extends his arm to try to stop him

Heath Extends 19 Year Win Streak Over Lakewood In 68-14 Rout

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HEBRON, Ohio (WOUB) – The Heath Bulldogs have not lost to the The Lakewood Lancers since 2002. That dominance over the Lancers continued with a strong showing by both sides of the ball by the Bulldogs. The Lancers started fast by scoring an early touchdown on a scoop and score by defensive linemen Mark Waters…. Read More

Trimble Drops Two In A Row For The First Time Since 2011; Fort Frye Extends Historic Win Streak

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GLOUSTER, Ohio (WOUB) – The matchup between the Trimble Tomcats and the Fort Frye Cadets was the first meeting between these two teams in this millennium. The Tomcats are looking to bounce back from their first lost this season to John Marshall, while the Cadets are set to continue their perfect season after their win… Read More

Futhey Duo Continues To Dominate, Secures 47-28 Victory Over Portsmouth West

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WAVERLY, Ohio (WOUB) – Led by the motivating pre-game speech of Coach Chris Crabtree, the Waverly Tigers (4-0) came into the game looking to extend their already impressive undefeated streak. However, the Portsmouth West Senators (3-2) proved that this would be no easy task. On their opening drive, the Senators advanced down the field for… Read More

Coshocton Breezes Past New Lexington 35-8

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COSHOCTON, Ohio (WOUB) – Coshocton headed to Jim Rockwell Stadium this past Friday for a key matchup against the New Lexington Panthers. Heading into the game, New Lexington had come in dropping their last three games, while Coshocton had a two-week break, winning their last game 35-7 against Morgan. The Panthers were on the wrong… Read More

Punch Brothers performing American Folk Music

Celebrate Performing Arts in America in “The Kennedy Center at 50” – October 1 at 9 pm


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Kennedy Center’s 50th Anniversary Celebration Concert  October 1, 2021 at 9 pm Abigail Barlow and Emily Bear, Ray Chen, Robert Glasper, Joshua Henry, Bettye LaVette, Kelli O’Hara, Gaby Moreno, Kelly Marie Tran, Zhu Wang, Mo Willems, the original cast of David Henry Hwang and Jeanine Tesori’s Soft Power, host Audra McDonald, and special guest Caroline… Read More