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St. Clairsville defeats Meadowbrook 35-0; Sets up Regional Finals rematch with Bloom-Carroll

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GNADENHUTTEN, Ohio (WOUB) – Traveling all the way to Indian Valley High School to witness the two seeded St. Clairsville Red Devils (12-1) take on the six seeded Meadowbrook Colts (10-2). The Red Devils were coming off a 38-9 shellacking of Carrollton, while the Colts came from down 21 points, scoring 28 unanswered to avenge… Read More

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Meadowbrook avenges regular season loss against John Glenn and advances in playoffs

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NEW CONCORD, Ohio (WOUB) — The regional quarterfinal in New Concord between the John Glenn Little Muskies and the Meadowbrook Colts defined a “tale of two halves.” In the first half, Meadowbrook only scored one touchdown on their very first play of the game. The Little Muskies followed up with 21 unanswered points heading into… Read More

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Tri-Valley Scotties defeat John Glenn to secure the MVL title

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The Tri-Valley Scotties hosted the John Glenn Little Muskies on Friday night in a bout that would determine the fate of the MVL title. Both teams were undefeated in conference play heading into this week, meaning a win for each side would result in sole possession of the MVL title. The Scotties entered this game… Read More

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Sheridan Football Program Prides Itself On Tradition And Family History

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THORNVILLE, Ohio (WOUB) — Sheridan is home to one of southeast Ohio’s most historic football programs. But how did that come to be? The Generals’ success can be traced back to the Culver family of coaches — and their mantra of “Right Mental Attitude.” Paul Culver Jr. coached the Generals from 1981 until the mid-2010s,… Read More

Tri-Valley Beats Sheridan, Gains Advantage in MVL Title Race

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This week’s Gridiron Glory game of the week saw the Tri-Valley Scotties face off against the Sheridan Generals in a rivalry matchup that had MVL title implications on the line. The two teams both had one loss heading into this matchup and were faced with a rainy night at Paul Culver Stadium. The first half… Read More

Tri-Valley Scotties Shock Philo Electrics Back to Reality With Dominant 45-20 Win

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DRESDEN, Ohio (WOUB) — In a game that started off looking like it was going to come down to the wire, one team was able to take advantage of mistakes and quickly slip away for an easy win. A 5-1 Tri-Valley Scotties team hosted an equally 5-1 Philo Electrics team in Gridiron Glory’s week seven… Read More

Coshocton Breezes Past New Lexington 35-8

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COSHOCTON, Ohio (WOUB) – Coshocton headed to Jim Rockwell Stadium this past Friday for a key matchup against the New Lexington Panthers. Heading into the game, New Lexington had come in dropping their last three games, while Coshocton had a two-week break, winning their last game 35-7 against Morgan. The Panthers were on the wrong… Read More

Maysville Pulls Off Shocker Against Undefeated West Muskingum in Defensive Battle

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ZANESVILLE, Ohio (WOUB) — Going into Friday night’s game, the undefeated West Muskingum Tornadoes scored at least 35 points in every matchup this season. That would change on Friday night, as Maysville stunned the Tornadoes 31-7 in a matchup highlighted by the Panthers imposing defense and running game. In the first quarter, both teams did an… Read More

Crooksville Stadium Still Without Power, Just The Latest In Series of Adversities

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CROOKSVILLE, Ohio (WOUB) — The pandemic has ravaged teams across the nation, but few schools have been affected quite like Crooksville. Just days before the regular season began, the Ceramics learned that electricity could no longer be supplied to their football stadium. It marked yet another challenge facing the Crooksville school district, a community still mourning… Read More

John Glenn Shocks Sheridan In Showcase of MVL Frontrunners

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THORNVILLE, Ohio (WOUB) — In the first week of MVL matchups, the John Glenn Little Muskies traveled to Paul Culver Jr. Stadium to take on the Sheridan Generals. From kickoff, John Glenn was on attack on both the offensive and defensive side of the ball. The Little Muskies were so in point, that they shut… Read More

Sheridan Generals Continue Their Winning Ways With A Shutout In Logan

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LOGAN, Ohio (WOUB) – The Sheridan Generals and Logan Chieftains faced off at Logan High School in week three. Despite it being a home game for the Chieftains, the Generals were all over the field from kick-off, shutting out Logan 33-0. Senior running back Jason Munyan led the way for the Red Rage, as he… Read More

Ohio Women’s Basketball: Bad Shooting and Defensive Night for Bobcats Results in Loss to Ball State

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ATHENS, Ohio (WOUB) –- The Ohio Bobcats welcomed Ball State to the Convocation Center on Wednesday evening, looking to extend their win streak to three games. What was anticipated to be a tight game the whole way lived up to the hype, as Ball State (5-5, 3-3 MAC) bettered Ohio (5-4, 3-3)  in overtime, 88-85…. Read More

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Philo Spoils Crooksville’s Historic Night

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CROOKSVILLE, Ohio– 100 years. That’s a big milestone, and for the Crooksville Ceramics, Friday was the 100-year anniversary of football in town. With such an important accolade for Crooksville, the Ceramics were determined to get the season back on track at home after a 33-20 loss to Warren in week one. The Ceramics did not… Read More

Ohio Women’s Basketball: New Roles Being Carved Out as 2018 Season Begins

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Believe it or not, basketball season has arrived: The Ohio women’s basketball team opened their season with an exhibition game against Walsh University Saturday afternoon. A scrappy game throughout the first half was broken open by tremendous defensive intensity and passing by the Bobcats, which lead to a 90-62 trouncing of the Walsh Cavaliers. The… Read More