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Teays Valley Seizes Win Over Logan

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The difference between wins and losses in football are as thin as the hashmarks centered between an opponent’s goal line. Every play signifies an opportunity for a team to strip their opponent’s momentum, silence the venue’s crowd, and add another win to their record. The game between the Logan Chieftains and Teays Valley Vikings was… Read More

Fairfield Union Can’t Stop Jackson’s Backfield

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Blake McCoy and Reid Evans combined for 295 yards rushing and four touchdowns as the Jackson Ironmen defeated the Fairfield Union Falcons 31-7 on Friday night. In a game played almost exclusively in torrential downpour, Jackson went to a no nonsense running attack that ensured ball security and ultimately a win. Calling only four pass… Read More

Meigs Suffers Injuries Before St. Clairsville

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The Meigs Marauders (1-0) enter Friday night’s match-up against St. Clairsville (1-0) in an all too familiar situation: missing their starting quarterback. Injuries sustained to both starter Zach Helton and backup Christian Mattox in last weeks contest against Gallia Academy brought back dark memories for Marauder fans as senior Cody Bartrum went down with a… Read More

Nelsonville-York Shuts Down Trimble in Glouster

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Southeastern Ohio houses some of the best high school football rivalries to ever take place on the gridiron but few are more special than Nelsonville-York and Trimble.  These two powerhouse programs have met every year since 1970, and the stories of their battles still resonate in the walls of the local barbershops and diners. The… Read More

Miller Does Not Slow Waterford in Hocking Battle

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Week one of the high school season is here. The stadium rocked as everyone was excited to get the highly anticipated match-up between the Waterford Wildcats and Miller Falcons underway. It wouldn’t disappoint, Waterford defeated Miller 35-25 in a clash between two of the best TVC-Hocking teams. Waterford is coming off an historic season where… Read More

Alexander Smacks Federal Hocking in First Game

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The seniors at Alexander have seen the Spacer Trophy reside in Albany the past three years. After a convincing 42-6 win over the rival Lancers Thursday night, Albany is where it will stay. The Spartans entered the opening night under the lights with nine straight losses following a 1-9 season. Federal Hocking hosted its archrival… Read More

Three Raiders Commit at River Valley Signing Day

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Several student-athletes across the country are signing commitments to colleges and today was no different for River Valley’s Tre Craycraft, Robert Drummond and Josh Marcum. All three will be staying in Ohio, but Craycraft and Drummond will be staying close to home at Marietta College while Marcum will be the lone Raider heading north to… Read More