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Chillicothe Improves Drastically With Win Over Hillsboro

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CHILLICOTHE, Ohio- The Chillicothe Cavaliers needed something, anything to give them confidence. Coming into this game, their opponent was favored by many to get a big win on a conference powerhouse down on its luck with injuries and youth in the starting lineup. Six minutes into the game, the Cavs showed that they may be… Read More

The Chillicothe Cavaliers run onto the field as get set to play the Washington Court House on Oct. 5, 2019.

Washington Courthouse Uses Turnovers, Passing Game To Fly Past Chillicothe

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WASHINGTON COURTHOUSE, Ohio- It was the start of Frontier Athletic Conference play as the Washington Courthouse Blue Lions (4-2) and the Chillicothe Cavaliers (1-5). In this matchup, it was the Blue Lions who came out firing on all cylinders and eventually left with a 38-7 victory. The Blue Lions came firing right out of the… Read More

Cavalier running back Hunter Thomas hydrates on the sideline

Chillicothe Cavaliers Tamed on the Road

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PATASKALA, Ohio- Another night of offensive struggles plagued the Chillicothe Cavaliers, as they could not muster enough offense to beat the Watkins Memorial Warriors on the road, falling 26-14. The only scoring opportunity in the first quarter belonged to the Cavaliers, however, on the back of a much-improved Christian Benson. Benson tossed a screen pass… Read More

Ironmen Run Through Cavs, Claim Share Of FAC Title

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Last season, Jackson and Chillicothe met at Alumni Stadium in week 10 with the Frontier Athletic Conference Championship on the line and the Cavaliers pulled away in the fourth quarter to claim the inaugural FAC title. A year later, the same teams met at a rain-soaked Hernstien Field under the same circumstances: The winner gets… Read More

Washington Stuns Cavaliers At Home

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The Frontier Athletic Conference may not be as locked down as previously thought. Three teams now have a chance to take the FAC championship after Washington Court House travelled to Chillicothe to hand them their first loss in FAC history. Rather than the expected shootout, both defenses stepped up to the challenge to keep the… Read More

Blue Lions Look To Spoil Chillicothe’s Playoff Hopes

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Chillicothe (7-1, 3-0 FAC) appears to be in the driver’s seat to a second consecutive FAC conference championship. A team who had several question marks on offense entering the season has kept pace with last year’s performance as they chase the possibility of hosting a playoff game. This optimism is a potential flaw that the… 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

Athens Invitational Marching Festival


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You are invited to attend the 44th Annual Athens Invitational Marching Festival on Saturday, October 14 at 10:00am at Athens High School’s Basil Rutter Field! This festival is the 3rd longest running marching band festival in the state of Ohio. High School bands from Southeast and Central Ohio will travel in to perform at this… Read More

Cavaliers Worn Down By Bishop Hartley

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Not many believed Chillicothe had a chance to compete with Bishop Hartley on the road. But no one told the Cavaliers that. For at least the first half, Chillicothe battled against the division three powerhouse Hawks and kept the heavy favorites within striking distance. However, the Cavaliers (3-1) were eventually worn down by the physical… Read More

Chillicothe Begins With Tough Matchup Against Teays Valley

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Entering the 2018 season, there’s only one question surrounding the Chillicothe football program: How can you replace Branden Maughmer? The former Gridiron Glory Player of the Year finished last season with over 2,700 yards of offense and 35 touchdowns, but that doesn’t concern head coach Ron Hinton. “You can’t replace a player like Branden,” Hinton… Read More

Vinton County Disappoints In Loss To Chillicothe

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After leaving Alexander last Friday with a overtime win and control of first place in the TVC-Ohio, the Vinton County Vikings were welcomed home Tuesday night by thousands of fans hoping to witness the Vikings defeat non-conference foe Chillicothe. It was a playoff-like atmosphere as two of Southern Ohio’s best teams were set to face… Read More

Week 7 Power Rankings: FAC

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As the 2017 season nears its close, the Frontier Athletic Conference battle is heating up at the top. Not only are the conference’s top teams fighting each other for the first ever FAC Championship, they’re fighting for their playoff lives as well. The top three teams in the conference are either just in or just… Read More

Chillicothe Smokes Hillsboro in FAC Battle

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Homecoming night was a good one for the Chillicothe Cavaliers (4-2) as they faced the Hillsboro Indians (4-2) on Herrnstein Field. This was the first matchup between the two teams as new Frontier Athletic Conference opponents and Chillicothe had no issue earning the 42-20 win. The Cavaliers started out hot with Connor Mathis capping off… Read More

Week 4 Power Rankings: FAC

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It’s already midway through the regular season, which means it’s time for our first power rankings of the year, and the first ever for the Frontier Athletic Conference. This new conference was born out of five teams from the South Central Ohio League and one team from the former Southeastern Ohio Athletic League, or the… Read More

Jackson, Chillicothe to Revive Old Rivalry

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Fresh off of a 41-20 win over Wellston in Week One, the Jackson Ironmen will host their former SEOAL rivals in the Chillicothe Cavaliers. The Ironmen were favored heavily against the Golden Rockets, but Chillicothe will provide a big step up in competition. “It’s a complete 180-degree turn,” Jackson coach Andy Hall said. “Wellston is… Read More