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Jackson unable to stop nation’s leading passer as Ironmen drop their rematch against the Broncos

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WAVERLY, Ohio (WOUB) — Round three of the playoffs for the Ironmen puts them in a rematch against Drew Novak and the Western Brown Broncos. Last time the Ironmen lost 33-28, but they need a win to keep their season alive. The 10-2 Jackson Ironmen faced an equally 10-2 Western Brown team on neutral turf… Read More

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Jackson Ironmen’s momentum slowed but not stopped by resilient Eastmoor defense

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JACKSON, Ohio (WOUB) — After scoring at least 37 points and winning by at least five scores in each of their last six games, Jackson finally found a tough matchup in their second-round playoff game against the Eastmoor Warriors. A 9-2 red hot Jackson Ironmen team ran into a 7-3 Eastmoor Warrior team that came… Read More

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Ironmen continue hot streak, move into second round in Division III playoffs

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JACKSON, Ohio (WOUB) — The Ironmen had won six consecutive games coming into this matchup, and they were looking to keep that momentum going into the postseason. The Jackson Ironmen faced the South Bulldogs of Columbus in the first round of this year’s Division III playoffs. Thanks to another blazing hot start and incredible defense,… Read More

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Jackson claims the two seed in Region 11 with thumping victory over Chillicothe

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Last game of the regular season for both teams, and in this one both teams will be fighting for the FAC.  The Jackson Ironmen hosted the Chillicothe Cavaliers in a game with big playoff implications for both teams. Jackson looked dominant from start to end in this one and solidified their status as one of… Read More

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Miraculous Final Moments Cap Off Another Game-Winning Drive For Washington Court House

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GREENFIELD, Ohio (WOUB) — The Washington Courthouse Blue Lions had one shot to end the game. In a back-and-forth marathon with the McClain Tigers, there was no shortage of crazy catches, physical play and late-game heroics. It was Tanner Lemaster and the Blue Lions who got the last laugh. Lemaster hauled in Troy Thompson’s hail… Read More

Jackson Ironmen Display Their Strength In Overtime Thriller Against Wheelersburg Pirates

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JACKSON, Ohio (WOUB) — The Jackson Ironmen hosted the Wheelersburg Pirates as each team came off of a tough week four loss. With both teams looking to get back above .500, this game came down to the wire…twice. The Ironmen came out on the winning side of two potential game-deciding plays to escape this game… Read More

Jackson Gets Vengeance Against Tri-Valley With 24-3 Win

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JACKSON, Ohio (WOUB) — The Jackson Ironmen hosted the Tri-Valley Scotties looking for revenge from last year’s playoffs. This game was a late change for both teams as each team had their previous opponent forced to cancel due to COVID-19 protocols. The Ironmen defense held the high-powered Scotties offense completely in check as they avenged… Read More

Hunter Rogan

OU Women’s Basketball Player Receives Surprise Scholarship

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ATHENS, Ohio (WOUB) — It may be the offseason, but Ohio University’s women’s basketball team had reason to celebrate earlier this week. Senior Hunter Rogan received a surprise scholarship earlier this week in a video posted on Twitter. Today, we surprised Hunter with a scholarship. There's no one more deserving. #OUohyeah pic.twitter.com/JR8MUY0juA — Ohio Women’s… Read More

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Free Speech Provisions In School Bill Draw Opposition From ACLU

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ATHENS, Ohio (WOUB) — A bill in the state Legislature is looking to strengthen free speech protections at schools throughout Ohio. But it is opposed by one of the nation’s leading champions of free speech. The provisions are tucked into Senate Bill 135, a larger omnibus bill that deals with educational issues at both the grade… Read More