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Meredith Ashy anchors one of the best defenses in the Mid-American Conference as the Bobcats look to repeat success from last year.
Every year when the schedule is released, players and coaches alike look for that game that they circle. For the teams in Parkersburg, the Civil War is that game. The 48th edition of this rivalry means more than just pride and bragging rights for the rest of the year for these teams. There are playoff… Read More
Ohio outside hitter Mallory Salis uses two very different skill sets to impact the match on any given night. The 5-foot-8 sophomore is listed on Ohio's roster as both a libero — stricly a defensive position — and an outside hitter.
The Parkersburg Big Reds tough schedule continues this Friday as they welcome in the Woodrow Wilson Eagles (3-2) to Stadium Field. The Big Reds (2-3) have already played, and lost to three of the top-five teams in the state so far this season. This week Parkersburg faces a quarterback in Wilson’s Brett Osborne, who recently… Read More
The last time Gallia Academy and Point Pleasant played each other we were in a different decade. The Big Blacks were still playing conference games in Ohio, and Gallia Academy was at the top of their game. After some time off, the two schools will re-open the rivalry on Friday at Point Pleasant. Gallia Academy… Read More
The Ohio Volleyball team's recent trip to Chicago for the Wildcat Challenge doubled as a homecoming weekend for four Bobcats.
On Friday night, the Parkersburg South Patriots will welcome in the Ripley Vikings for the start of the 2014 season. The Patriots currently hold bragging rights over the Vikings, after beating them 47-35 last year. Parkersburg South coach Mike Eddy is back for his second season with the Patriots focused on making 2014 a better… Read More
The wrestlers on the Ohio Wrestling team are no strangers to being All-Americans. The coaching staff and current wrestlers have familiarity with the honor. Justin McCauley breaks down the past and the future of this team.
For a win against Old Dominion, Ohio needed wins from all its top wrestlers. The match was likely to be close and unfortunately for the Bobcats, two of their best grapplers put together uncharacteristic performances in losses, and the ‘Cats fell to the Monarchs in their final Mid-American Conference dual, 22-15. No. 10 Cody Walters,… Read More
The Athens Lady Bulldogs traveled to a hostile environment in Albany to take on a much-improved Lady Spartans team. The Lady Bulldogs were just too much for Alexander, as Athens beat Alexander 62-35 to remain undefeated. The Lady Bulldogs had won 23 straight TVC games coming into the game, but tonight they had to do… Read More
Class A’s fourth-ranked Williamstown Yellow Jackets (7-1) return home for the first time in over a month Friday to take on the Class AA No. 12 Ritchie County Rebels (5-3). The Yellow Jackets, led by Gridiron Glory Player of the Year semifinalist Jake Tracewell, will look to continue their three-game win streak as they head… Read More
The Greenbrier East Spartans traveled to Parkersburg to take on the South Patriots for the first time in over six years. The Spartans needed a late touchdown to beat the Patriots 27-20 and keep their playoff hopes alive. Late in the fourth quarter, Parkersburg South quarterback Garrett Gilkeson threw a key interception, allowing Greenbrier East… Read More
West Virginia reporters Todd Ward and Justin McCauley stop by Studio A to talk Parkersburg, P. South and Williamstown through seven weeks of play.
All aboard! The WOUB Sports Express is back and better than ever. Justin McCauley is your conductor and breaks down the week in Ohio University sports and also talks a little TVC-Hocking football.
West Virginia’s Class A has a juicy matchup in store Friday night, as state-No. 1 Williamstown travels to take on No. 2 St. Marys. St. Marys is coming off a bye in week 5. In their last game, the Blue Devils beat Tyler, 35-6. Through the first five weeks of the season, they have outscored… Read More
The Parkersburg Big Reds could not hang with the No. 5 Capital Cougars Friday, losing, 55-20, in the reopening of Stadium Field. The Big Reds got the start they wanted, as Capital’s Kashaun Haley fumbled near the sideline. Parkersburg’s Dan Fox scooped up the ball and returned it 41 yards to the house for a… Read More
Marietta College’s Don Drumm Stadium played host to some high school football Saturday night, as the Parkersburg Big Reds defeated the Warren Warriors in a shootout, 51-40. The Big Reds, playing their home opener away from home this year because of the construction going on at Stadium Field and sporting new offensive and defensive schemes,… Read More
Editor’s Note: Three-Point Stance is Gridiron Glory’s written preview series leading up to its 15th season on WOUB. Gridiron is visiting training camps for all 32 teams in the coverage area as they prepare for the 2013 football season. We begin in West Virginia, where crosstown rivals endure change and a senior-laden team looks to… Read More
The Tri-Valley Scotties walked into Sam Hatfield Stadium to take on a upstart Philo Electrics team on Senior Night. The Scotties were looking to complete their first ever perfect season in school history and win the outright MVL title over the rival Electrics team who was looking for the upset and chance to sneak into… Read More
It was Homecoming night at Williamstown and the Yellow Jackets were looking to continue their winning ways against St. Mary’s. The Blue Devils had other plans, as they storm back in the second half to beat the Yellow Jackets 22-17. The game tonight was a tale of two halves. The first half was… Read More