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Tri-Valley, Perry Boast Similar Characteristics

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Just two years ago, the Massillon Perry Panthers finished the regular season 0-10, while the Tri-Valley Scotties finished 8-2. Times have changed. Perry has since gotten out of its funk and completed its best regular season since 2006, earning it a No. 1 seed in D-II, region five and eventually a clash with the fifth-seeded… Read More

Sheridan In Need of Convincing Win Vs. New Lexington

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Just a few weeks ago, Sheridan (6-3, 6-1) was sitting pretty atop the MVL after a 14-6 victory against Maysville with a win against Tri-Valley standing between the Generals and a path to the MVL title. They were not so lucky against the Scotties. Sheridan’s offense faltered against Tri-Valley’s stingy defense and the Generals fell… Read More

Sheridan, Tri-Valley Put Perfect Conference Records on the Line

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The two remaining unbeaten Muskingum Valley League teams battle on Friday in the biggest match up of the year for both teams, to this point. The Tri-Valley Scotties (6-1, 5-0) and the Sheridan Generals (5-2, 5-0) are set to play in a game that could decide the MVL title. Sheridan enters the game coming off… Read More

Stingy New Lexington Defense to be Tested Vs. Tri-Valley

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Despite dropping its first two games of the season, New Lexington has righted the ship and won its last two games, outscoring opponents 50-20. After winning the starting job for the Panthers, senior quarterback Mitch Wycinski has since lost the starting job to junior Bradley Clapper. The switch may be just what New Lexington needs to… Read More

Philo Defense to Face Stiff Test in Maysville

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When the Maysville Panthers link up with the Philo Electrics on Friday night, the Electric defense will face arguably its toughest test of the season against Maysville’s high powered offense, propelled by a three-headed rushing attack. Chase Roberts, Johnny Runkel, and Chase Himmelspach have torn through defenses, but Maysville’s defense has arguably been its most… Read More

New Lexington Focusing on Fundamentals Ahead of Fairfield Union Game

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Dog fights. That’s the word New Lexington head coach David Rupe used to describe the games between the Panthers and the Fairfield Union Falcons the past few years. He doesn’t expect Friday’s match up to be any different. “That team is big, it will go all the way down to the wire like last year… Read More