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Ohio women’s basketball: Bobcats rising; stay undefeated with rout of Eastern Kentucky

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If there’s a way to express a basketball game in numbers, differentials would be it. Turnover differential, fastbreak points differential, paint points differential, rebounding differential, bench points differential — if a team can win the majority of them, it’s a good sign towards their success in that game. If they can win just about all… Read More

Trimble Excels On Both Sides Of Ball In Playoff Win Versus Irish

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The greatest expression of dominance in sports is when the opponent knows exactly what you are going to do, and they still cannot stop it. On Saturday night, such was the case for the Trimble Tomcats. The Tomcats beat the visiting Fischer Catholic Irish 36-0 in the first round of the OHSAA region 27 playoffs…. Read More

Scotties Upset The Magics In Defensive Battle

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Coming into Friday night, the Barberton Magics were undefeated while averaging over 38 points per game and a margin of victory upwards of 24 points. Holding home field advantage as the second seed in the region, they were the odds-on favorites over the Tri-Valley Scotties. Apparently, no one told the Scotties. Tri-Valley defeated Barberton 10-0… Read More

Scotties Look North Towards Playoff Face Off Against Barberton

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The Tri-Valley Scotties (9-1) will have a long drive up I-77 for a Friday night playoff battle against the Barberton Magics (10-0) in the first round of the postseason. The Scotties, fresh off a victory over Maysville which clinched an MVL conference title (shared with the Sheridan Generals), are led by senior quarterback Luke Fargus,… Read More

Generals Enter Postseason With Victory Over Raiders

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Rain typically makes football uglier. Passes slip through receivers fingers, rushers have difficulty keeping the ball, and every player kicks up mud and water in equal measure with each stride. The conditions can be a nightmare, but it’s a nightmare that both teams share. The Sheridan Generals were able to wake up from the nightmare… Read More

Tomcats Impose Their Will Over Southern Tornadoes

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There are few pregame introductions more unique in Southeast Ohio than that of the Southern Tornadoes. As the sirens blare and the PA system announces tornado warnings, it is easy to get swept up in the pageantry. The Trimble Tomcats did not get into first place in the TVC-Hocking by being easily frazzled though. They… Read More

Chillicothe Charges Through Miami Trace

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The first play that Miami Trace ran resulted in a touchdown. But it was a touchdown for Chillicothe Cavaliers. The Panthers fumbled into their own end zone and the ball was recovered by the Cavs just seconds into Friday’s 49-14 Chillicothe victory over the Panthers at Hernstein Field. The win moved Chillicothe to (7-1), and… Read More

South Gallia Soundly Secures First Win Versus Federal Hocking

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The visiting South Gallia Rebels (1-2) left Lester & Betty Green Field with a victory Friday, beating the Federal Hocking Lancers (0-3)  41-6. The Lancer’s first victory of the year came thanks to an explosive rushing attack and an aggressive defense. It was a wire-to-wire win for the Rebels, who first scored off a 60-yard… Read More

South Gallia And Federal Hocking Both Battle For First Win Of Season

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The Federal Hocking Lancers (0-2) will host the South Gallia Rebels (0-2) on Friday night as the two conference foes both look to earn their first win of the season. The young season has not started off as planned for the Rebels or the Lancers, and Friday will serve as a launching point for the… Read More

Fourth Quarter Comeback Drives Piketon Past Alexander To District Finals

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The Piketon Red Streaks (18-5) defeated the Alexander Spartans (13-10) on Saturday in Ohio University’s Convocation Center to advance to the district finals after a furious fourth quarter comeback. Piketon had stagnation issues throughout the first three quarters of play, with head coach Evan Legg audibly urging his players to move and be more active…. Read More

Waterford Storms Back To Top Miller, 58-55

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The Waterford Wildcats defeated the Miller Falcons 58-55 in an electric game where the outcome was not decided until the final seconds. The Wildcats found themselves down by eight points entering the final quarter of play, and would not take the lead until the final two minutes of the game. Waterford relied on an aggressive… Read More