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Richardson Pushes Lady Spartans Past Coal Grove With Last Minute Shot

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Rachel Richardson drove to the basket and tipped in a runner with 39 seconds left on the clock to take a one-point lead which sealed No. 4 Alexander’s 41-40 victory over No. 5 Coal Grove in the sectional final Saturday afternoon at Jackson High School. The Lady Spartans trailed by nine points early in the… Read More

Week 7 Power Rankings: TVC-Ohio

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1. Nelsonville-York (7-0, 3-0) Ranking first in this week’s power rankings are the Nelsonville-York Buckeyes, who are still holding onto their undefeated season. After seven games, the Buckeyes have won by an average of 26 points and have held their opponents to an average of just nine points. Their high-powered offense led by Garret Maiden, Keegan… Read More

Week 4 Power Rankings: TVC-Ohio

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1. Nelsonville-York Buckeyes (4-0, 1-0) After four weeks of football, the Buckeyes take the number one spot in the TVC-Ohio power rankings. The Buckeyes haven’t lost a TVC-Ohio game and are standing at 7-0 since the 2015 season. In the Buckeyes’ game against River Valley, Garrett Maiden threw for six touchdowns and broke the Buckeye… Read More

Ohio Controls Cherry Blossom Invitational

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ATHENS, Ohio — The Ohio Track & Field Team opened home competition this weekend hosting the Ohio Cherry Blossom Invitational against the University of Charleston, Rio Grande and Marshall University. The Bobcats walked away with 12 first place finishes dominating the scoreboard 103-25-21-21. Field Events The seniors shined in all events – appropriate for their… Read More

River Valley Raiders Upset Alexander Spartans

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After losing to the Alexander Spartans (11-12, 7-5) two times earlier this year, the River Valley Raiders (9-14, 3-9) were not going to allow that to happen for a third time and defeated seven-seeded Alexander 47-36 in the first round of the playoffs, sending the Spartans home. The ten-seeded Raiders came out ready to play… Read More

Survey: Some Athens High School Students claim Verbal Harassment at the Middle School

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ATHENS, Ohio — A survey of 450 former Athens Middle School students found that some were verbally harassed by Ohio University students while on their way to school. The survey, conducted by a member of the Athens Schools Facilities Steering Committee, showed that 17 percent of the high school students responding faced some kind of… Read More

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Ohio International Students Won’t Comment on Trump’s Travel Ban

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ATHENS, Ohio — International students at Ohio University are reluctant to comment in President Trump’s most recent action banning residents of some Muslim countries from entering the U.S. The President signed an executive order Friday that bars of refugees from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States. The policy, titled “Protection Of The Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry… Read More

Meigs, River Valley Set to Battle For First TVC-Ohio Win

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The River Valley Raiders (3-1,0-1) come into Friday looking for their first win in three seasons to the Meigs Marauders in Pomeroy on Friday. The Raiders lost all hopes of staying undefeated when Nelsonville-York produced 509 total offensive yards and handed them their first lost of the season last Friday winning 46-6. Quarterback Patrick Brown… Read More

Track and Field Garners 18 Spots on Academic All-MAC Squad

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18 Ohio University student-athletes from the track & field team earned spots on the Mid-American Conference Academic All-MAC indoor team. The honor is awarded to student-athletes who were proficient in both academics and athletics during their season. Each student-athlete selected must have partaken in at least 50 percent of their contests and held a 3.20… Read More

Rachel Richardson Breaks Team 3-Point Record

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It has been a week of breaking records for the Richardson family. Last Friday, Seth Richardson scored his 1,000th point, and on Saturday Leah Richardson broke the Lady Spartans career scoring record as a junior. Freshman guard Rachel Richardson made history for the Lady Spartans Thursday night as she knocked down nine 3-pointers in a 69-31 Alexander… Read More

Zane Trace Picks Up Historic Win

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Friday night, the Zane Trace Pioneers (11-0) made history, picking their first ever playoff win. An experienced team led by 15 seniors is continued its undefeated season with a 34-0 victory over River Valley (7-4). From the get go, the Pioneers moved the ball down the field varying their offensive play with the combination of… Read More

Nelsonville Votes Down Electric/Gas Aggregation, Local Governments Welcome New Leaders

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Results in Athens County ranged from “no” votes on property maintenance and aggregation in Nelsonville to a reduced council in Trimble and new elected officials. The Athens City Council had two Democratic and one non-party winners. Peter Kotses (27 percent), Jennifer Cochran (25 percent), and Patrick C. McGee (23 percent). The City of Nelsonville Electric… Read More

Extra Points: South Gallia Wins Big, Saltzman Runs Wild

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In his final game as an Athens Bulldog (6-4), Zacciah Saltzman rushed for 361 yards and finished his final season as a Bulldog with 2,113 rushing yards. Entering the longtime rivalry game, Saltzman needed 250 yards to reach the 2,000 mark and he reached his goal single handedly in the first half rushing for 261… Read More