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The latest Tri-Valley Conference standings as of January 10, 2022

TVC-Ohio Boys’ standings see complete shuffle; Trimble and Federal Hocking reassure dominance in Hocking

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TVC-Ohio Standings

1st  Alexander Spartans (6-7, 4-1) 

The Spartans enter last week coming off four straight loses, but two huge wins over conference rivals Nelsonville-York and Vinton County propelled them to first place in the TVC-Ohio. They’ll look to continue their turnaround on the season with games against Jackson and conference rival Athens.

2nd  Vinton County Vikings (8-4, 3-1) 

This past week proved to be a roller coaster of moments for Vinton County. The Vikings kicked off their eventful week on Monday with a cancellation against former second place Meigs due to a rise of COVID cases on the Marauders end. Then, on Friday, the Vikings lost by two points to conference rival Alexander, dropping their first place standing to the Spartans in the process. Vinton County would then conclude their week on Saturday with a buzzer beater win thanks to a last second coast-to-coast layup by Eli Radabaugh. The Vikings will only have one matchup this week against conference rival Wellston.

3rd Meigs Marauders (7-4, 3-1) 

What was supposed to be an important week for the Marauders turned into a mute point, as a rise of COVID cases forced Meigs to cancel their conference matchups against Vinton County and Wellston. The Marauders will face off against Vinton County on Tuesday in a rescheduled 2 vs 3 matchup in the TVC-Ohio.

4th Wellston Golden Rockets (5-5, 2-2) 

The Golden Rockets continued their run of poor form this week with a 22 point loss against conference opponent Athens, extending to their now three game losing streak. Wellston will look to turn their season around and return to good form as they face off against New Hope and Vinton County this week.

5th  Athens Bulldogs (2-8, 1-3) 

The Bulldogs were able to steal an upset victory against Wellston last Monday, but a cancellation against River Valley due to weather and a loss against Federal Hocking ended an otherwise solid week for Athens. They’ll be facing off against Warren and conference rival Alexander this week.

5th River Valley Raiders (2-8, 1-3)

River Valley’s matchup against Athens this week was cancelled, leaving the Raiders and Bulldogs with identical records on the week following the Raiders loss to New Hope on Monday. River Valley will only have one game this week against last place Nelsonville-York.

7th Nelsonville-York Buckeyes (3-7, 1-4)

The Buckeyes rough 59-77 loss to conference rival Alexander was the only match played for the Buckeyes due to a cancellation against Crooksville over severe weather. Nelsonville-Yorkw ill look to bounce back and end their four game losing streak against Miller and River Valley this week.

TVC-Hocking Standings

1st   Trimble Tomcats (10-0, 5-0) 

The Tomcats undefeated season continued on Tuesday, with their lone win of the week being against conference opponent Southern. Trimble has their biggest matchup of the year on Friday, where they’ll square off against second place Federal Hocking for a chance to be the lone undefeated team in conference play in the TVC-Ohio.

2nd Federal Hocking Lancers (9-3, 5-0) 

The Lancers continued their impressive five game winning streak with solid wins against Peebles, conference opponent Eastern and Athens. While Federal Hocking continues to impress with their undefeated conference record, their biggest test of the season will come against undefeated Trimble on Friday with a chance to take first place in the TVC-Hocking.

3rd Waterford Wildcats (7-2, 3-2) 

The Wildcats kept themselves on the fringe of the TVC-Hocking title race this past week, securing two conference wins against South Gallia and Belpre. They’ll have a pair of out of conference games this week against Shenandoah and Frontier.

4th South Gallia Rebels (4-5, 2-3) 

South Gallia failed to secure a key win against Waterford on Monday, but a victory over conference rival Southern last Friday ended their four game losing streak. The Rebels will look to turn the season around against Hannan and Belpre this week.

5th Belpre Golden Eagles (4-8, 2-3) 

After starting the season 0-6, the Golden Eagles have seemingly turned their season around with four wins in their last six games. While Belpre lost a close matchup against Waterford this past week, wins against Eastern and Fort Frye could be the spark needed for Belpre to turn their season around. The Golden Eagles will square off against recently struggling South Gallia on Thursday.

6th Southern Tornadoes (4-9, 0-5) 

The Tornadoes losing streak extended to eight this past week with losses against Trimble, South Gallia and Green. Southern will have a chance to end their streak this week against struggling opponents Point Pleasant and Eastern.

7th Eastern Eagles (0-12, 0-5) 

The Eagles circled their matchup against Belpre as a chance to record their first win in nearly two years, but a four point 64-60 loss continued the longest active losing streak in both TVC conferences. However, their matchup against Southern could serve as their first on the year, as the Tornadoes have struggled recently with eight straight loses.