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Red-Hot Teams in Tri-Valley, Boardman to Meet

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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

Maysville Aims to Prevent Another Tri-Valley League Title

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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

Sheridan Seeks to Contain Roberts, Overcome Maysville Defense

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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

Wes Jarrell Transfers to Point Pleasant

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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

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Lady Buckeyes Hold Off Southern And More From TVC Girls Basketball Preview

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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