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Division II and III Football All-Ohio Teams Announced

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The 2017 Division VI and Division VII All-Ohio Teams as voted on by a statewide panel of media members: Division II Second Team Offense Branden Maughmer, Chillicothe Third Team Defense Jason Benson, Chillicothe Honorable Mention Simon Roderick, Chillicothe; Zach Bryans, Chillicothe; Connor Mathis, Chillicothe; Preston Yates, Logan Division III First Team Offense Andrew Newsom, Tri-Valley… Read More

Division IV and V Football All-Ohio Teams Announced

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The 2017 Division VI and Division VII All-Ohio Teams as voted on by a statewide panel of media members: Division IV Second Team Offense Justin Heacock, John Glenn Second Team Defense Lane Deal, Philo; Isaac Gill, Philo Third Team Defense Cameron Bryce, Unioto; Drew Rittenhouse, Zane Trace Honorable Mention Shane Bonner, John Glenn; Joseph Clifford,… Read More

Division VI and VII Football All-Ohio Teams Announced

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The 2017 Division VI and Division VII All-Ohio Teams as voted on by a statewide panel of media members: Division VI Coach of the Year Rusty Richards, Nelsonville-York First Team Offense Garrett Maiden, Nelsonville-York; Carson Stauffer, Southeastern; Isaiah LaFontaine, Southeastern; Bailey Sprague, Belpre First Team Defense Ronnie Wend, Nelsonville-York; Chip Russell, Crooksville Third Team Offense… Read More

Scores From Around the Area: State Semi-Finals

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Division III St. Vincent St. Mary 6 vs. Tri-Valley 24 Toledo Central Catholic 7 vs. Trotwood-Madison 16 Tri-Valley and Trotwood-Madison will play for the State Championship next Saturday at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton. Division IV John Glenn 21 vs Clinton-Massie 28 John Glenn finishes 2017 at 11-3. Division VI Kirtland 44 vs… Read More

Tri-Valley Uses Overtime to Eliminate Top Seed Bellefontaine

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The Tri-Valley defense was in a familiar place; backed up against their own goal line in the first overtime. The Bellefontaine Chieftains had forced the Scotties into this predicament three times during regulation and scored all three times with two touchdowns and a chip-shot field goal. This time, Bellefontaine was set up with first and… Read More

Nelsonville-York Beats Athens for Perfect Season and TVC-Ohio Title

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The Nelsonville-York Buckeyes gutted out a 52-26 victory over the Athens Bulldogs in a thrilling game Friday night in Athens. The game was filled with big plays on both sides of the ball. Five of the Buckeyes touchdowns came on plays of 40 plus yards, including a 94 yard touchdown pass by Maiden, and Nelsonville-York… Read More

Tri-Valley Seals Playoffs by Beating Maysville

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Tri-Valley did it. The Scotties are in the playoffs. After Friday’s 30-7 win against the Maysville Panthers, Tri-Valley pushed its win streak to nine games and finished with a 9-1 record. More importantly, the Scotties clinched a bid in this year’s postseason. With emotions running high due to senior night and it being the last… Read More

Philo Needs Win Over New Lexington and Help for Playoffs

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The 2017 regular season has reached its final chapter, and for many teams, this week will determine whether or not they get to continue their story into November. Philo is one of those teams. The Electrics (6-3, 5-2 Muskingum Valley League) enter week 10 on the brink of making the postseason with an eighth place… Read More

Vinton County’s Yates Connection Benches River Valley

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The Vinton County Vikings and River Valley Raiders entered Friday night’s showdown with identical 3-4 records. Both were on a mission to return to .500, but Vinton County would walk off the field at 4-4. Naylan Yates proved why he was on the pre-season Gridiron Glory Player of the Year watch list as he dismantled… Read More

Waterford and Southern Have High Stakes Meeting

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The TVC-Hocking is in for a good one this Friday when the Waterford Wildcats put their 14-game conference winning streak on the line against the high-powered Southern Tornadoes. Waterford (6-1, 5-0) boasts the most explosive offensive in the conference. Averaging a ridiculous 35 points per game, the Wildcats can hurt teams through the air with… Read More