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West Union Street businesses, displaced by a fire in 2014, continue to face problems even after moving to new locations. Construction has forced a lane of the street and much of the sidewalk to remain closed discouraging customers from shopping at businesses across the street. And Mary Cheadle, the owner of Uptown Dog, a tee-shirt… Read More
The Ohio Bobcats will take on the Buffalo Bulls Friday night in the semifinals of the Mid-American Conference basketball tournament. Ohio (21-10) is the two seed in the tournament while Buffalo (18-14) is the three seed. The Bobcats are coming off a 79-62 dismantling of the Northern Illinois Huskies on Thursday night. Ohio led by… Read More
The Ohio Bobcats (18-8, 9-5) picked up their fifth straight win Saturday afternoon against the archrival Miami Redhawks (9-18, 3-11) 76-64. Last season, Ohio defeated Miami by a record 30 points. For part of the game, it looked like Ohio was going break that record. Redshirt senior Treg Setty made a layup to put Ohio up… Read More
Point guards have the power to play at the pace of their liking and to a certain degree, dictate who gets to shoot when and how often. After heading into halftime with a 16-point lead over Northern Illinois on February 6, Ohio found itself down 60-59 with nine and a half minutes remaining in the… Read More
Practice The Ohio Bobcats landed in Montgomery, AL on Tuesday and hit the practice field one last time on Friday, Dec. 18. Quarterback Derrius Vick took few snaps, giving J.D. Sprague and Greg Windham more time under center. Running back Papi White was back in football gear along with Daz Patterson. Linebacker Quentin Poling was… Read More
The Voice of the Ohio Bobcats, Russ Eisenstein, calls Ohio’s best plays of the season through the first seven games of the 2015 season. Edited by Ohio Football reporter, Nathan Wiseman.
The fifth-seeded Tri-Valley Scotties (9-1) are perennial playoff contenders, having made seven consecutive postseasons, but they have yet to make a deep run come crunch time. Last season’s campaign was cut short when Tri-Valley lost to the eventual state runners-up in Athens 41-20. With the hopes of a deeper run in mind, the Scotties will… Read More
With five wins on the season and tough games remaining on the schedule, the Ohio Bobcats (5-2, 2-1) need to enter Saturday’s matchup in Buffalo with a sense of urgency. The Buffalo Bulls (2-4, 0-2) have played the tougher of the two schedules thus far, with losses to Penn State, Bowling Green and Central Michigan…. Read More
Tri-Valley coach Justin Buttermore is used to pressure. He has led Tri-Valley to four consecutive conference titles and thrives in games with league titles and playoff contention on the line. Last season, in a similar scenario with the MVL title on the line in week nine, the Scotties defeated Maysville 35-7 and went on to… Read More
Bobcat Showcase Reporter Nathan Wiseman catches up with Ohio RB Daz Patterson to discuss his leadership in the community.
Sheridan faces a lot of unanswered questions through five games. Since being blown out 42-0 by Zanesville three weeks ago, the Generals (3-2, 3-0) have won two consecutive games, averaging 46.5 points per contest during that stretch. However, Sheridan’s three wins have come against the MVL’s bottom three teams (John Glenn, West Muskingum, and Morgan)… Read More
While the focus remains on earning its first win of the season when Sheridan (1-2, 1-0) rolls into town on Friday, the pressure falls on John Glenn (0-3, 0-1) Head coach Matt Edwards will go toe to toe with the greatest MVL coach of all time, Paul Culver, in just his third game as a… Read More
A week-one league game on Thursday night will set the pace for another competitive season in the MVL. Crooksville will play host to Maysville on Aug. 27 at 7:30 p.m. for the inaugural MVL game of the 2015 season. “Week one is always exciting no matter what,” Maysville coach Craig Clarke said. “Playing on a… Read More
When you walk on the campus of Tri-Valley High School, four letters prominently catch the eye on almost every sign displayed. A motto that perfectly depicts the philosophy of the Scotties football program and the way the players are taught to believe in themselves: “D.V.T.V,” “Deserve Victory Tri Valley.” This motto is not only a… Read More
The road to the Mid-American Conference Marathon Football Championship Game begins and ends in Detroit. Ford Field has hosted the MAC Football Championship game since 2003 and also serves as the host site for MAC Media Day. 13 head coaches and 26 players were selected to travel to Detroit to meet with the media to… Read More
Update (8.28.15) – According to Gallia Academy High School, Jarrell is enrolled at Gallia Academy, but is not currently on the football team. When the Gallia Academy Blue Devils make their famous walk down the hill to Memorial Field this fall, a familiar face will be absent from the crowd. Former Gallia Academy tight end… Read More
A slight increase in male population has moved Morgan High School in a new division. Earlier this month, the Ohio High School Athletic Association announced new football divisions, playoff regions, and schedules for the 714 schools that will compete this fall. Morgan’s updated enrollment of 275 male students puts it in company with 106 other Ohio… Read More
Nelsonville-York v. Southern After finishing second in the TVC-Ohio and winning their district championship last year, the Nelsonville-York Buckeyes girl’s squad came out in the TVC-Ohio Season Preview with a reputation to protect. And they did not disappoint at South Gallia High School, showing that they have not missed a beat from last year’s successful… Read More
Reporter Nathan Wiseman takes a look at how former U.S. Olympic swimmer, Rachel Komisarz-Baugh, is looking to redefine the Ohio Swimming and Diving program.
Two months and twenty-one days ago, on a scorching hot Saturday night, Maysville (10-1) and Licking Valley (8-2) took a break from two-a-days and gave spectators what would turn out to be a playoff preview. Maysville won the preseason game 35-14 in August, but the stakes are higher this time around with a chance to… Read More
Junior transfer Shelby Walker sat down with reporter Nathan Wiseman to talk about growing up in Florida and what led her to Ohio University.
Volleyball reporter Nathan Wiseman previews the Bobcats (15-4, 8-0) upcoming game against the Northern Illinois Huskies (15-7, 8-0).
For the first time in the 2014 season, Tri-Valley will get its first serious test in its conference schedule. Stakes are high for Scotties (7-0, 5-0 MVL), who host Sheridan (6-1, 4-1) on Friday night. The last time Tri-Valley lost a MVL game was October 15 2011—which came at the hands of the Generals…. Read More
Last season on the first Friday night in October, Tri Valley traveled to New Lexington and took care of business, shutting the Panthers out 43-0. One year later the Panthers (2-2, 2-1) will travel into Tri Valley’s (4-0, 2-0) domain on Friday night with aspirations for redemption. This task is a tall one considering the… Read More
The first quarter of the season is over and the race to the top of the MVL is a tight one. The defending league champion Tri-Valley Scotties sits atop of the conference for now but don’t blink just yet. After missing the playoffs in 2013, the Sheridan Generals enter Week 4 unscathed and sit at… Read More