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Crooksville Coronavirus Offseason Training

An Offseason in a Pandemic: SEO Coaches Go In-Depth on Abnormal Summer

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Nine months ago, nearly the entire town of Crooksville Ohio funnelled into downtown Village Park to commemorate the 100th year of their Ceramics’ football program, and to gear up for a rivalry game against the New Lexington Panthers. Hundreds of fans, students, parents, and coaches enjoyed the festivities in preparation for the contest, which would… Read More

Vinton County Lady Vikings Wellston Lady Rockets

Vinton County Vikings Clinch Third Straight Conference Title With Decisive Win

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McARTHUR, Ohio- Senior night serves a purpose above winning a basketball game. It is a commendation of teammates who have dedicated their time and energy in high school to a basketball program, and a celebration of the players and people that they have become over that time. In those moments, from the time the seniors… Read More

Ohio Bobcats Women's Basketball

Ohio Women’s Basketball: ‘Cats Use Dominant Start to Lead Wire-to-Wire Over Bowling Green

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ATHENS, Ohio- There’s no better security blanket than a good defense. Although, two players putting up over 20 points each might give a good defense a run for its money. Luckily for the Bobcats, they didn’t have to pick between the two Saturday against the Bowling Green Falcons, as outstanding individual performances from Cece Hooks… Read More

Meigs Marauders

Meigs Marauders Escape with a Victory over Wellston Behind Clutch Free-Throws

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The most important trait for a basketball team. Athleticism? Shooting? Basketball IQ? Maybe. But Friday, as the Meigs Marauders took down the Wellston Golden Rockets 58-50, the trait that secured the victory was trust. Trust in senior Cory Cox to hit his free throws. “Coach always has us shoot free throws in practice; 20, 30,… Read More

Meigs Lady Marauders Nelsonville-York Lady Buckeyes

Lady Marauders Falter Early; Fall to Nelsonville-York

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After a victory against the Wahama Lady White Falcons Wednesday in Pomeroy, the Meigs Lady Marauders looked to continue the defense of their homecourt Thursday when the Nelsonville-York Lady Buckeyes came to town. Maybe it was the short turnaround of a back-to-back, maybe it was the suffocating 1-2-2 full court press the Lady Buckeyes generously… Read More

Meigs Lady Marauders

Meigs Lady Marauders Defend Home Court Versus Wahama As Young Players Continue to Grow

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It was Bob Dylan who once wrote, “The Times, They are a-Changin.” For the Meigs Lady Marauders, the times have already changed. Graduating seven seniors and saying goodbye to a head coach last year left Meigs with a lot of shoes to fill, and as this season has progressed, newly minted head coach Heath Hudson… Read More

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Week In Review: Meigs Basketball Looks at Bright Spots In Tough Stretch

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A suboptimal week for the Meigs Marauders basketball teams is behind them now, as the boys squad went 1-2 and the girls squad went 0-4. While the outcomes weren’t always desirable, Meigs can take away the positives while trying to leave behind the negatives that the past seven days have elucidated. For the boys, their… Read More

Weston Baer Meigs Marauders

Marauders Triumph Over Southern In Season Opener

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POMEROY, Ohio- With the 2019-2020 basketball season dawning for high schools around the country, the Meigs Marauders were able to start theirs off on the right foot, defeating the Southern Tornadoes on Friday 63-53. Seven different Marauders found their way into the scoring column, including four players with nine or more points in what was… Read More

Hardwood Team Previews: Alexander, Athens, Nelsonville-York, Meigs

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Alexander Spartans Last season, the Alexander Spartans were successful in both the girls and the boy’s programs. The girls finished their season 23-3 overall, and 10-2 in the TVC-Ohio. Not only did they have a winning season, they made a strong playoff run and were TVC runners-up behind Vinton County. The Lady Spartans did have… Read More

Trimble Tomcats take the field against the Miller Falcons on October 12, 2019

Trimble’s Conner Wright Receives GG Player of the Year Award

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Gridiron Glory crowned its Player of the Year on Friday, Nov. 22, as the culmination of its 21st season on air. Conner Wright, senior running back and linebacker for the Trimble Tomcats, received the award after a spectacular individual campaign that mirrored an impressive year for his team. Wright finished the year with 1,729 rushing… Read More

Southern and Eastern line up across from eachother during their game on Saturday

“This Game Is All We Need To Focus On Right Now.” Inside One Of Southeastern Ohio’s Biggest Rivalries

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Inside the coach’s office at Eastern High School, home of the Eagles, assistants sit on the couches that line the white concrete walls. After a Thursday practice, the room is buzzing with their idle chatter, and with an exceptional energy that comes around only once a year. Amidst the talk, one line rings out above… Read More

Mason Dishong Eastern Eagles

Eastern Punches Ticket To Postseason With Win Over Southern

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Coming into their regular season finale Friday, the Eastern Eagles had not been to the playoffs since 2001. This year, however, saw a vastly improved Eagles team jump out to a 7-2 record (4-2 in conference). A win against their cross-county rival Southern Tornadoes would push them into the postseason, while a loss would yield… Read More

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Trimble Shuts Out Waterford In Flag-Ridden Affair

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WATERFORD, Ohio- It seems as if the longer success lasts, the more we take it for granted. Hearing about 40-point shutout victories should at the very least raise an eyebrow, but as of late for the Trimble Tomcats, those sorts of performances are in danger of being viewed as business as usual. The Tomcats shut… Read More

Trimble takes the field and plants their skull-pole

Tomcat Traditions: Passed-Down Props Strengthen Trimble Brotherhood

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The Trimble Tomcats have been a very good team for a very long time. They have compiled a 44-12-1 record over the last five years, including a 4-0 start this season. How does a team consistently dominate like the Tomcats do? They are certainly not short on talent. They have the division’s reigning Defensive Player… Read More

Buckeye defense gangs up to make the tackle

Trimble Cruises to Victory in Season Opener

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GLOUSTER, Ohio-The Trimble Tomcats’ Saturday night season opener against the Nelsonville-York Buckeyes held within it more excitement than opening nights of years prior. The Buckeyes made it clear their match up against the Tomcats was circled on their calendar, and Trimble, the long-presiding powerhouse of the TVC-Hocking, were more than willing to add fuel to… Read More

Crooksville player gets interviewed by reporter.

Gridiron Glory Media Day Recap

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Gridiron Glory hosted its fourth annual Media Day on Sunday, bringing players and coaches from 20 teams across Southeast Ohio to Ohio University’s campus where they laid out their aspirations and expectations for the upcoming season. Players and coaches alike took part in a gauntlet of picture-taking, interview-giving, and lunch-eating throughout the event, which stretched… Read More

Waterford Rolls Past Southern To Make It To Convo

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The intensity was at a fever pitch Wednesday as the Waterford Wildcats (16-6) battled the Southern Tornadoes (12-10) at Meigs High School in the Sectional Finals. Bodies sprawled across the floor on nearly every possession, as both teams put their bodies on the line in a win-or-go-home scenario. Waterford did assert themselves in the end,… Read More