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Solar Power Company Reacts to Tariff

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At least one local solar panel installation company is concerned customers won’t be able to afford their products. President Trump’s 30 percent tariff on solar cells raises the cost of Chinese-made solar panels, and companies are passing that increase to their customers. One company, Dovetail Wind & Solar, who controls installing, engineering and contracting, are… Read More

The Gridiron Glory Player of the Year Candidates

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Gridiron Glory has finally narrowed the list down to five. Here are your final candidates for Gridiron Glory Player of the Year. Isaac Huffman, Quarterback, Waterford Wildcats From starting his first two years at 2-8, to being the top seed in Division VII, Region 27, Huffman has been through it all with the Waterford Wildcats. STATS:… Read More

Winning Bobcats Hope for Even More in Jesse Owens Classic

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The Ohio Track and Field team continues to find its winning formula during the 2016 season. The Bobcats have dominated over the past two weeks finishing 1st in the All-Ohio Championships and having three athletes win their individual events in the Charlotte Invitational. Despite the success, they’re approaching the Jesse Owens Classic this weekend with… Read More

Fourth Quarter Collapse Troubles Federal Hocking

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A fourth quarter collapse and senior guard A.J. Cobb fouling out allowed the St. Joe Flyers to comeback and defeat Federal Hocking 63-50. Federal Hocking held the lead for the first three quarters, but failed to finish strong. The Lancers flew out of the second half gate scoring six straight points to extend their lead to 13, but… Read More

A.J. Cobb Double-Double Not Enough Against Belpre

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After picking up its first road win of the season Monday, Federal Hocking struggled to keep Belpre out of the lane in its first back-to-back games of the season. The Lancers (4-12) fell to the Golden Eagles (9-8) Tuesday 79-62. The loss came  despite a 23 point, 10 rebound performance by senior guard A.J. Cobb. Perimeter… Read More

Defensive Juggernauts Zane Trace, Wheelersburg on Crash Course

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It comes down to the best two teams in division V region 17. No. 1 Wheelersburg Pirates (12-0) and the No. 2 Zane Trace Pioneers (12-0) will meet first time ever. However, this game couldn’t have pitted two different programs. Wheelersburg has been a powerhouse for decades now. The Pirates have made 27 playoff appearances,… Read More

Federal Hocking Freshman Makes Big Free Throws For Lady Lancers

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Saturday’s Tri-Valley Conference Girls Basketball Preview was meant to give teams a chance to test their squads before the regular season starts in a few weeks, however for the Federal Hocking Lady Lancers, it was much more than that. Federal Hocking’s chances of winning looked bleak, but a Meigs technical foul with less than 10… Read More

River Valley to Make Playoff Debut Against Zane Trace

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Friday will mark a first round playoff matchup between the Zane Trace Pioneers (10-0) and the River Valley Raiders (7-3), a game that will be an event of firsts for both teams. Hosting a playoff game for the first time, the undefeated Pioneers will also be vying for their first ever playoff win. “This was… Read More

Ohio Women’s Basketball Garners College Sports Madness Preseason Honors

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Ohio women’s basketball received some preseason recognition from College Sports Madness on Wednesday, as head coach Bob Boldon, senior guard Kiyanna Black and junior guard Quiera Lampkins all received some preseason Mid-American Conference honors. Black was named to the All-MAC First Team, Lampkins was placed on the Second Team and Boldon took home preseason Coach… Read More

Fairfield Union’s Defense Stands Strong Vs. Amanda-Clearcreek

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Jordan Leasure was spectacular once again, but Fairfield Union’s defense stepped up when it needed to. The Amanda-Clearcreek (1-5, 0-3) back finished with 202 rushing yards, but Fairfield Union (3-3, 1-2) came away with the 13-6 win. Amanda-Cleacreek’s offense had been in a slump prior to Friday’s game, but the Aces were unable to generate… Read More

Amanda-Cleacreek, Fairfield Union In Need of Kick Start

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Amanda-Clearcreek (1-4, 0-2) and Fairfield Union (2-3, 0-2) will both be battling to get back on track Friday night. The Aces won their season opener, but have since dropped four games in a row. The Falcons find themselves in a similar situation having dropped three of their last four after a season-opening win. Amanda-Clearcreek’s struggles… Read More

Rushing Attacks to be on Display during Zane Trace – Unioto

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  Zane Trace (3-0, 0-0) has been the thorn in Unioto’s (2-1, 0-0) side since 2004, racking up 10 wins over the 11-year span.   On Friday, the Sherman Tanks will get a crack at dethroning the Scioto Valley Conference power house.   Both teams boast a run-heavy, ground-and-pound style of football which allows them… Read More

Fairfield Union Tops Vinton County in Dramatic Fashion

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A game that started with three quarters of turnover-ridden, low scoring football ended with a dramatic game-winning drive. The Vinton County Vikings (0-3, 0-0) had their fate sealed by a 20-yard field goal in the final two minutes as the Fairfield Union Falcons (2-1, 0-0) defeated them 10-8. Fairfield Union’s Will Young played hero Friday… Read More