Archive

You are viewing the "Clark Wooley" Archives

Fairfield Union Can’t Stop Jackson’s Backfield

By:
Posted on:

Blake McCoy and Reid Evans combined for 295 yards rushing and four touchdowns as the Jackson Ironmen defeated the Fairfield Union Falcons 31-7 on Friday night. In a game played almost exclusively in torrential downpour, Jackson went to a no nonsense running attack that ensured ball security and ultimately a win. Calling only four pass… Read More

Meigs Suffers Injuries Before St. Clairsville

By:
Posted on:

The Meigs Marauders (1-0) enter Friday night’s match-up against St. Clairsville (1-0) in an all too familiar situation: missing their starting quarterback. Injuries sustained to both starter Zach Helton and backup Christian Mattox in last weeks contest against Gallia Academy brought back dark memories for Marauder fans as senior Cody Bartrum went down with a… Read More

Lady Marauders Take a Win over Athens

By:
Posted on:

Kassidy Betzing and Devin Humphreys combined to score 27 points as the Meigs Lady Marauders defeated the Athens Lady Bulldogs 60-38; picking up their fourth straight win in the process. It was an ugly start for the Lady Marauders as they commited three consecutive turnovers on their first three possessions. The game appeared to slow… Read More

Marauders use Perimeter Offense to Beat Wellston

By: ,
Posted on:

With the game close at 54-53 late in the third quarter, it was Luke Musser who stepped up for the Marauders hitting a corner three. Meigs looked confident to end the game grabbing the 80-76 win over Wellston. In the second half, both teams struggled to hit from three and looked to push the ball inside. The Golden… Read More

Defense Brings Vinton County Past Jackson

By:
Posted on:

Suffocating defense paired with solid free throw shooting down the stretch propelled the Vinton County Lady Vikings (2-0) over the Jackson Ironladies (1-1) 48-31, Tuesday night. The Lady Vikings held Jackson to missing its first eight shots, and the Ironladies weren’t able to collect their first basket until 1:16 left in the opening quarter. While… Read More

Chapman Runs Wild in Alexander’s Win Against Trimble

By:
Posted on:

By the time Trimble was able to keep Alexander’s Mason Chapman out of the end zone, the result had long been decided. Chapman accounted for Alexander’s first five touchdowns, three on the ground and two through the air, and registered an interception on defense, guiding Alexander (8-1, 5-0) to a 42-13 against Trimble (7-2, 7-0)…. Read More

Athens Battling to Keep Title Hopes Alive

By: ,
Posted on:

In one of the most competitive seasons TVC-Ohio history, there are three teams vying for the title and Friday’s matchup between Athens and River Valley has huge implications for both the conference crown and playoff picture. The Bulldogs will come into the match-up against the Raiders the winners of four straight, largely thanks to running… Read More

River Valley’s No. 1

By: ,
Posted on:

While a high school football game may only last 48 minutes, certain friendships last forever. This has never been more evident than the friendship between River Valley’s Tyler Twyman and Dayton Hardway. Unfortunately, a season-ending knee injury has forced Twyman to sit on the sidelines this season, a feeling that Hardway knows all too well…. Read More

Conference, Playoff Position at Stake for Alexander, River Valley

By: ,
Posted on:

Alexander (5-1, 3-0) and River Valley (5-1, 2-1) find themselves unfamiliar territory: the top of the TVC-Ohio. The Spartans, who are currently tied for the top spot with Meigs, find themselves in the midst of a four-game winning streak during which they are averaging 31.5 points per contest. Alexander’s success has stemmed from its ability… Read More