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Wheelersburg gets its revenge with playoff victory over Ridgewood

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WEST LAFAYETTE, Ohio (WOUB) — After losing to the Ridgewood Generals in the playoffs for the past two seasons, the Wheelersburg Pirates finally got their vengeance in a tough comeback victory. It was a cold evening at Ridgewood highschool, as the Pirates came into the quarterfinal locked in to right their wrongs in years past…. Read More

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Despite first half adversity, Heath offense erupts after halftime to topple Indian Valley

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HEATH, Ohio (WOUB) — It was a chilly kickoff to November for the Heath Bulldogs, who took on the Indian Valley Braves this past Friday Night. It didn’t look good for the Bulldogs in the first half, but they completely turned it around to secure a hard fought win. The two teams came out with heat,… Read More

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Ironton defeats Portsmouth to secure OVC title, moves in to top playoff spot in Region 19

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IRONTON, Ohio (WOUB) — It was senior night for the Ironton Tigers on Friday night when they took on the Portsmouth Trojans at home. Both teams fought hard, but despite a slow start in the first half, Ironton came out on top to further their six-game winning streak. The game got off to an unexpected… Read More

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Heavy Rain Dampens Crooksville Offensive, New Lexington Prevails

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NEW LEXINGTON, Ohio (WOUB) — Travelling Crooksville Ceramics brought the rain with them this week against the home New Lexington Panthers in their beautiful Jim Rockwell Stadium.  Leading into Friday night both teams were looking to end their losing streaks and gain some momentum heading into the final weeks of the season. Starting out the night… Read More

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Teays Valley Uses Huge Third Quarter To Propel Themselves Past Amanda-Clearcreek

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TEAYS VALLEY, Ohio (WOUB) –  It was a perfect evening for football as the Teays Valley Vikings sought to protect their undefeated record against the Amanda Clearcreek Aces. They succeeded in their goal with an end score of 28-14. The possessions went back and forth, but it was the Aces that came out with the… Read More

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Zane Trace Overpowers Unioto With Reliable Rushing Attack

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CHILLICOTHE, Ohio (WOUB) — The Zane Trace Pioneers played at the Unito Shermans’ football field on their awareness for breast cancer night. The two teams had a common goal throughout the night, which was to run the ball. Both teams were competing with each other using the same game play and same defense. So, this… Read More

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Zanesville Secures Key Conference Victory With Win Over Licking Valley

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NEWARK, Ohio (WOUB) — Zanesville was on the road to challenge their first conference opponent of the season: the Licking Valley Panthers. Early on, the two teams played a game of hot potato, and it took Zanesville five and a half minutes to gain some momentum. It all started when Blue Devils quarterback Isaac Mayle… Read More

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Portsmouth West Steals The Stage From Wellston In Week Four

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WELLSTON, Ohio (WOUB) — A beautiful southeast Ohio night set the stage for a long arduous battle between the Portsmouth West Senators and the Wellston Golden Rockets. The high energy of the Senators and their ability to rush the ball gave them a sustainable edge from the first quarter to the last. The end score… Read More

Defensive Standoff Ends In Favor Of Liberty Union

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BALTIMORE, Ohio (WOUB) — With the help of defensive back Jacob Denney, Liberty Union effectively held the Nelsonville-York Buckeyes to just six points. It’s the Lions’ second win of the season, but it wasn’t as pretty as last week’s 37-0 shutout. “Sometimes good teams just have to win an ugly game,” head coach Daniel Shirey… Read More