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Nelsonville-York Buckeyes Continue To Search For An Answer

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The Nelsonville York Buckeyes were simply outclassed on Friday as the Martins Ferry Purple Riders ran away with a 38-0 victory. The Buckeyes knew that the bullseye would be on their backs this season, but nobody could have predicted this. Two back-to-back deficits of over 20 points is unheard of in Nelsonville. They now have… Read More

Easley and Kimbrough Help Spartans Roll Past Lancers In Week One

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The Alexanders Spartans quarterback stepped up when his team needed him to produce the most against the Federal Hocking Lancers as the Spartans rolled to a dominating victory, 52-8. The Lancers had a slow start that set the tone for them for the rest of the game as they had received penalties against them in… Read More

Fresh Look Buckeyes Battle Veteran Tomcats In Week One Matchup

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The time has come for the beginning of season 20 for Gridiron Glory but it’s just another season in the TVC. This Saturday, August 25, the Nelsonville-York Buckeyes will be facing off against the Trimble Tomcats. The Buckeyes are coming off a season where they were led by Gridiron Glory player of the year, Garrett… Read More

Meigs Boys Pick Up A Win As The Girls Extend Winning Streak To Three

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It was a successful week for Meigs High School Basketball as both the boys’ (2-9) and girls’ (7-4) teams took home wins in their individual contests. On January 4th, in their first matchup of 2018, the Lady Marauders came out roaring to take a decisive victory by a score of 48-26 against the Jackson High… Read More

Gallia Academy’s High Powered Offenses Rolls Past Meigs

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Injury’s proved detrimental tonight for the Marauders as fall to Gallia Academy 59-37 The Marauders held it close till the second half when the Blue Devils broke it open by forcing turnovers in the backcourt with their full-court press. This shocked Coach Frye, who believed Gallia Academy (2-0) was going to press in the first… Read More