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The Journey of Addy Ferguson

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It’s a culmination of four years. It ties together 15 years of what started as a fun, summer-time sport but turned into life and always will be. For most seniors, their conference-championship meet is supposed to bring a feeling of accomplishment as everything they did comes together. Ohio’s Addy Ferguson entered her senior season unsure if she’d get to experience… Read More

Zacciah Saltzman Steps Up in Win Against Meigs

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Zacciah Saltzman knows how to be the unexpected hero; this time, he had to adjust without warning. Saltzman came into his own in the closing minutes against Meigs, erasing an eight-point deficit and upsetting the Marauders 68-65. Entering the 2015-2016 school year, Zacciah Saltzman had a lot to carry on his shoulders. Not on the… Read More

At The Line

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A breakdown of the Ohio Women’s Basketball team from the free throw line: Despite the preparation and routine put in to each free throw, the Bobcats consistently struggle from 15-foot, wide-open shots. The top free throw shooter for Ohio is Yamonie Jenkins. She’s shooting 82 percent from the line this season, which is third to… Read More

Meigs Continues to Grow In 42-Point Victory

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Teams often find learning opportunities in losses. When it comes to the Lady Marauders, they even find lessons in 42-point victories Meigs focused on improvement in a 56-12 victory over Point Pleasant. “Even in games like that, you can’t just sit back and relax,” coach Scott Cleland said. “You’ve gotta play four quarters.” Cleland was able… Read More

Lampkins Wins Player of the Week

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Quiera Lampkins was named MAC East Player of the Week  Monday for her performances on Dec. 3 against IPFW and Dec. 6 against St. Francis (Pa.). The junior guard totaled 35 points and shot 72.2 percent from the field over those two games.  Against the Mastadons, Lampkins scored 14 points to go along with six rebounds, four… Read More

Zanesville’s Strong Line Play Moves Blue Devils Past Jackson

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With two defenses that allowed less than 10 points per game all season, people expected the Division 3, Region 9 championship to be decided by a field-position battle. Zanesville changed that. No. 4 Jackson turned the ball over four times and failed to force a single turnover as No. 3 Zanesville made big plays when… Read More

Alexander Turnovers Prove Costly Against Zane Trace

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Zane Trace Head Coach Duane Hall met his team on the field after the game. The Pioneers kneeled looking up at Hall, who was in his first year back with Zane Trace. “Regional finals. Is that unbelievable? That’s unbelievable,” he said. Zane Trace’s defense forced seven turnovers to beat Alexander 34-21 and advance to the… Read More

Zane Trace, Alexander Seek to Make More History

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Two historic seasons – one of which will continue. Both No. 3 Alexander (10-1) and No. 2 Zane Trace (11-0) earned their first ever playoff wins in round one, and both won by large margins. Those big wins set up what will surely be a close game between two similar teams. Alexander coach Alex Penrod… Read More

Poling Takes More Honors from CollegeSportsMadness.Com

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CollegeSportsMadness.com names sophomore linebacker Quentin Poling MAC defensive player of the week for his performance in Ohio’s 14-12 win over Akron. Poling recorded a game-high 11 tackles including 2 tackles for loss and one sack. He also picked off Thomas Woodson for Poling’s first interception of the year. But it wasn’t Poling’s first takeaway. He has… Read More