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John Glenn Little Muskies senior Brady Emerson carries the ball during a game against the Crooksville Ceramics on November 1, 2019

Little Muskies Play Senior Night Spoiler at Crooksville

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CROOKSVILLE, Ohio – With a share of the MVL title at stake, the John Glenn Little Muskies looked to take care of business against inter-conference rival Crooksville on Friday night. The Ceramics were far from pushovers however, as a chance at spoiling their opponents season was all they needed to keep a shivering senior night… Read More

Sheridan Generals pregame

Generals Continue Conference Title Pursuit With Win Against Crooksville

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THORNVILLE, Ohio- Big plays under the bright lights was the theme of Friday’s MVL matchup between the Sheridan Generals vs. the Crooksville Ceramics. With a share of the MVL championship in their grasp, the Generals needed no extra motivation to win this game, and they did so in convincing fashion, winning 60-10. The Generals couldn’t… Read More

Philo runner speeds past Crooksville defenders

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

Tri Valley Scotties finish a play.

Preseason Power Rankings: MVL

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The MVL hasn’t had much parity in a while. The Tri-Valley Scotties have won at least part of the MVL each of the last eight years and the teams vying to overtake the top spot usually stay consistent as well. But with a new season comes a new chance for teams to take down the… Read More

For Crooksville Athletes, Fridays About More than Football

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For the Crooksville High School football team, game day starts in the classroom – the first-grade classroom, that is. Each week, football players and cheerleaders head down the hallway to Crooksville Elementary School classrooms to read to young students. Players, coaches, students and teachers all get something different out of it. Senior running back Walker… Read More

Week 7 Power Rankings: MVL


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1. Tri Valley Scotties 6-1 (5-0) Next Opponent: John Glenn Unofficial Playoff Ranking Region 11: 6th The Scotties can all but clinch the Muskingum Valley League this week with a win against John Glenn. Tri-Valley currently sits sixth in Region 11 and should be able to secure a playoff spot if they win out. Scotties… Read More

Week 4 Power Rankings: MVL


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1. Tri-Valley Scotties 3-1 (2-0) Next Opponent: Philo A familiar spot for Coach Buttermore’s squad which has won three straight games since its season opening loss to Saint Vincent-Saint Mary. The Scotties will face arguably the most talented player in the league in Isaac Gill on Friday when it matches up with Philo in a… Read More

Maysville Starts Out Undefeated Against Crooksville

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The Crooksville Ceramics hoped to redeem themselves after a 41-15 blowout against the Maysville Panthers in their season opener. History did repeat itself, however it was by a narrow margin. Panthers used home field advantage to overtake the Ceramics 35-23 in their fourth consecutive season opener. Despite the Panthers primarily being a young team, they were… Read More

Hurd Leads Push to Lady Buckeyes’ Third Straight Sectional Title

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Second half adjustments allow Nelsonville-York to run away from the Crooksville Ceramics in a 45-26 win on Saturday. With the inability to get shots to fall, the Lady Buckeyes trailed for most of the first quarter. Improvement started to show toward the end of the half. Down 16-12, the Lady Buckeyes, led by Kaitlyn Hurd,… Read More

Extra Points: Crooksville, Sheridan Offenses Shine

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Crooksville vs. West Muskingum The Crooksville (2-3, 1-2) offense came to play on Friday night, taking care of the West Muskingum Tornadoes (1-4, 0-4) 56-34. The Ceramics started quickly with Chaz Love and Daulton Finck each recording rushing touchdowns to put Crooksville up 13-0 seven minutes before the half. West Muskingum took advantage of the… Read More