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Host of The Bobcat Sports Showcase Morgan Overbey sat down with head coach Saul Phillips to talk a little Men's Basketball. The 'Cat's are set to begin regular season play on Saturday, November 15th against Appalachian State.
Host Morgan Overbey and football reporter Lucas Widman discuss Ohio's success at wide receiver despite uncertainty at quarterback.
Bobcat Showcase reporter Morgan Overbey sits down with Ohio volleyball players Meredith Ashy and Brooke Coleman. They explain the art of rolling and its importance when it comes to first contact.
Redshirt freshman Aubree Hord is new to the Ohio Volleyball team. Reporter Morgan Overbey gives a more in-depth look at the transfer from DePaul and her journey to Ohio.
Putting a smile on hundreds of faces at once might not be the easiest task for your average group of 14-18 year olds, but the Eastern Lady Eagles have united an entire community in joy after bringing home a state basketball championship. Tuesday night, Eastern High School hosted a celebration in its gymnasium to celebrate… Read More
It was another day at the office for the Mid-American Conference’s highest-scoring offense. Akron, led by the conference’s second-highest scorer Hannah Luburgh, created open looks from all over the floor and sliced through Ohio’s man defense. Luburgh led all scorers with 32 points en route to an 88-76 win over Ohio. Akron’s 1-3-1 zone also… Read More
Reporter Morgan Overbey caught up with some of Ohio's freshmen to talk about their relationship on and off the court. The Bobcat Sports Showcase airs every Friday on WOUB-TV at 11 p.m. Follow the show on Twitter: @BobcatShowcase
The Ohio Bobcats (8-11, 3-5) did not look intimidated by the first-place Bowling Green Falcons (17-3, 7-1) Thursday night. The ‘Cats scrambled for loose balls and knocked down contested drives near the hoop, but their hot shooting cooled off halfway through the second half, allowing the Falcons to pull away and pick up the win,… Read More
After arguably one of Eastern’s best starts to a game this season, the Trimble Tomcats edged their way back into the game with a 26-point third quarter, which ultimately pushed the Tomcats to a 70-58 victory. The Eagles took advantage of Trimble’s early mistakes and scored 12 of their 21 first quarter points from behind… Read More
After beating Philo and winning a third straight MVL title outright, Tri-Valley moved up to the No. 4 seed in Division III, Region 9. The Scotties (8-2), making their fifth straight playoff appearance, will host No. 5 New Philadelphia (9-1) Friday, Nov. 8. Last season, the Scotties State title hopes were short-lived after a loss… Read More
With both league title and playoff implications on the line, the 6-2 (6-0 MVL) Tri-Valley Scotties take on Maysville (6-2, 5-2) in Zanesville Friday night. Tri-Valley has all the momentum with 24 straight MVL wins going into Friday’s matchup, but this week a win is even more crucial. “We’ve told our kids from the start… Read More
Morgan Overbey joins Nick Komjati to take a look at the competitive race at the top of the MVL standings.
After five weeks of play, Maysville, Sheridan and Tri-Valley, remain undefeated in the Muskingum Valley league. On Friday, Sheridan (4-1, 3-0 MVL) and Maysville (5-0, 4-0) will go head-to-head for a chance to hold the top spot in the league standings. The week 6 matchup is crucial for both teams. In 2012, the Generals had… Read More
After two weeks of play, West Muskingum already has two conference games under its belt, but for John Glenn, this week’s matchup against the Tornadoes will be its first clash in the conference. The Little Muskies dominated in their first two games of the season against non-conference foes Cambridge and Barnesville. Head coach John Kelley… Read More
Alexander (3-9, 0-5 TVC-Ohio) squared off against a tough Athens Bulldogs (8-2, 2-1 TVC-Ohio) team Friday night in attempt to get their first conference win of the season. A stagnant first half put the Spartans in a hole they couldn’t dig themselves out of, with Athens taking home the win, 68-53. It was a packed… Read More
Although his season came to an end early due to an injury, John Glenn running back Blake Atkins has made a convincing case to be Gridiron Glory's Player of the Year. Despite his small frame, he has made a habit of making defenders look silly with his speed in the open field. He has also… Read More
Tri-Valley senior running back and do-it-all player Austin Jones has led the Scotties all season long, and without Jones, the Scotties perfect 9-0 record so far may not have been. Jones continues to put up impressive numbers each and every game and has led the Scotties in rushing yards six out of eight games…. Read More
Tri-Valley Scotties passed their way to victory Thursday night, shutting out the the John Glenn Little Muskies, 32-0. Both teams had a quiet start trading possessions throughout the first quarter, but Tri-Valley got the ball rolling when Austin Jones had a combined 40 yards on five carries to put the Scotties on the board… Read More
Turnovers were a reoccurring theme throughout the back-and-forth match-up between Tri-Valley and Dover Friday night, but the Scotties did not let that get in their way defeating Dover in a tough non-conference win, 28-21. The tone was set early on with a dropped punt by the Tornados that was recovered by the Scotties on… Read More
With Week One in the books, the New Lexington Panthers welcomed the John Glenn Muskies to town in Week Two. Both teams took the field Friday night with undefeated records, and looked to continue their success. Fortunately for the Muskies, they came out on top, 30-9. The game started off slow until John Glenn… Read More
The Tri-Valley Scotties opened their season with a particularly good start against the Licking Valley Panthers. The Scotties scored on their first two possessions and used a quick start for an impressive 29-14 win. Quarterback Nathan Strock hit Trevor Krouskoupf early on for 32 yards, which was immediately capped by an Austin Jones 12-yard run… Read More
Unfortunately, for the Buckeyes their season came to an end against a tough Lucasville Valley team, 61-40, in the Division III District Semifinal game. Both teams started out the game a bit on the slow end, but for the Indians they really turned up the heat in the second quarter and they never looked back… Read More
After trouncing the River View Raiders 51-32 to win the Sectional Tournament, the Nelsonville-York Buckeyes (13-8, 5-5 look to continue their playoff run against the fourth-seeded, Lucasville Valley (17-4, 12-1), on Monday at the Convocation Center. The Buckeyes are the one-seed, but they cannot take the Indians lightly if they want a chance to make… Read More
The River Valley Raiders are a familiar opponent to Nelsonville-York after they played and beat them twice during the regular season. Some say it’s hard to beat a team three times, but that was not the case for the Buckeyes. They won the Sectional Tournament with ease, 51-32. River Valley gave N-Y a bit of… Read More
The girls’ regular season has come to an end and tournament time has come. As for the boys, they have a busy schedule ahead of them with two games this weekend. Both teams, who have struggled in the late on the offensive end, will need to successfully execute the ball if they want to come… Read More