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Area Residents, University Help Victims of Carriage Hill Fire

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ATHENS, Ohio – Residents of the Carriage Hill Apartments displaced by a fire are getting help from area residents and Ohio University. The fire that erupted at approximately 4:15 Sunday evening destroyed 21 apartments and displaced approximately 50 residents according to Tim Callahan, the Disaster Program Manager for the Southeastern Ohio Red Cross. Ohio University set… Read More

Recycling Center Shows Athens City Council Members How it’s Done

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ATHENS, Ohio – Members of the Athens City Council visited the Athens-Hocking Recycling Center Monday morning to gain a better understanding of the center’s operation. Council members Chris Fahl, Council President Christine Knisely and Patrick McGee joined community members on President’s Day for one of the daily tours of the Material Recovery Center. Executive Director… Read More

Romanchik, Laney Named Alternates for NCAA Tournament

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Freshman Shakur Laney and senior Andrew Romanchik were announced as alternates in the NCAA Wrestling Championship Wednesday. The two additions give Ohio wrestling a program record seven wrestlers who qualified for the national tournament. Laney and Romanchik join freshman Cameron Kelly, Austin Reese, and seniors Spartak Chino, Cody Walters and Phil Wellington. Romanchik will be… Read More

Campbell, Simmons and Dartis Receive All-MAC Honors

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Three Bobcat basketball players received honors on Monday when the Mid-American Conference announced their regular season all-MAC teams. Junior Tony Campbell, sophomore Jaaron Simmons and freshman Jordan Dartis were named to the first, second and all-freshman teams, respectively.   Campbell was named first team all-MAC after averaging a double-double with nearly 18 points and 10… Read More

Vinton County Dominates Against Athens

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After Athens’ Sophie Miller found herself in four trouble in the first quarter, Vinton County ran away with a 50-24 victory over the Lady Bulldogs (5-15). Vinton County outperformed Athens, using its height advantage to nab 15 offensive rebounds and drive to the hoop. The Lady Vikings shot well throughout the night, but especially from behind the… Read More

Saltzman, Cozart Lead Athens Over River Valley

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The Athens Bulldogs (10-7) picked up their second-straight win and found their groove through Zacciah Saltzman and Dalton Cozart after the team lost Griffin Lutz a week ago. The Bulldogs passed River Valley (3-15) 57-41. At the final buzzer, River Valley tallied 58 missed shots, while Athens shot 54 total on the night. The Raiders shot 12 for 70… Read More

Lutz Hurt in Athens Win Over Vikings

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Griffin Lutz’s steal and layup with 20 seconds left in the fourth quarter put the Athens Bulldogs up one at Vinton County; the most exciting play of the season turned into the Bulldogs’ worst nightmare when Lutz could not get up. “We needed to do it for him,” senior Zacciah Saltzman said. “We just followed… Read More

Athens Dominates New Lexington

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The Athens Bulldogs have gotten out of the slump they started the season with. Athens defeated the out-of-conference New Lexington Panthers 67-42. A major key for the Bulldogs was their ball movement. Griffin Lutz led the Bulldogs with 15 points. Nick Lutz, no relation to Griffin, added 12 points of his own, including two threes. 10 players… Read More

Cozart, Lutz Lead Bulldogs against Buckeyes

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The Athens Bulldogs (6-6, 4-2) have reached the .500 mark for the first time this season after defeating the Nelsonville-York Buckeyes (3-8, 1-4) 71-47. Athens dominated the game from the tip-off to the final buzzer, winning each quarter by at least four points. Nine players scored for the Bulldogs, which pleased Coach Jeff Skinner to… Read More

Waterford Ranks First in AP Ohio Girls Basketball State Poll

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The Waterford Lady Wildcats (13-0) were named the top team in Division IV in the AP Ohio Girls Basketball State Poll. The Lady Wildcats have begun their season with twelve straight victories, with their last loss coming in the state championship last season. Surprisingly, Waterford did not receive the most first-place votes; that honor went… Read More