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All-TVC Hocking Selections

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The Waterford Lady Wildcats dominated the TVC-Hocking with an impressive record of (16-0).  Four well deserving players had the honor of being named All-TVC Hocking for the 2017-2018 season.  One of those four players had the special honor of being named most valuable player, senior Alli Kern. Lady Wildcats head coach Jerry Close lead his… Read More

17 Girls, 15 Boys Earn All-TVC Ohio Honors

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Vinton County basketball swept both the boys and girls TVC-Ohio Championships in 2018 and the all-conference teams reflect that well, with four members of each team being selected to the All-TVC Ohio team. The Lady Vikings finished TVC-Ohio play undefeated and are represented on the all-conference team by seniors Cassie Bentley, Erin Jones and Darien Radabaugh… Read More

Fourth Quarter Comeback Drives Piketon Past Alexander To District Finals

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The Piketon Red Streaks (18-5) defeated the Alexander Spartans (13-10) on Saturday in Ohio University’s Convocation Center to advance to the district finals after a furious fourth quarter comeback. Piketon had stagnation issues throughout the first three quarters of play, with head coach Evan Legg audibly urging his players to move and be more active…. Read More

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Lady Vikings Unable To Recover From Slow Start In Playoff Loss To Washington Court House

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With about 2 minutes left in the fourth quarter, Darian Radabaugh pulled up from behind the arc, the tenth time she had done so Thursday night. Her shot missed, as it did the previous nine times. Radabaugh’s lone point in the final game of her high school career came from the free-throw line as the… Read More

South Webster Jumps On Fed Hock Early, Cruises To Playoff Win

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Federal Hocking and South Webster stepped on the court for the first-round playoff game, but only one team moved on to the second round. It was a tough loss for the Lancers as South Webster took the lead early and kept it the entire game. The final score was 51-27. The Jeeps most valuable player… Read More

Richardson Pushes Lady Spartans Past Coal Grove With Last Minute Shot

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Rachel Richardson drove to the basket and tipped in a runner with 39 seconds left on the clock to take a one-point lead which sealed No. 4 Alexander’s 41-40 victory over No. 5 Coal Grove in the sectional final Saturday afternoon at Jackson High School. The Lady Spartans trailed by nine points early in the… Read More

Waterford Shuts Down Tomcats To Set Up Rematch For TVC-Hocking Crown

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It was an emotional roller coaster tonight in Waterford as the Wildcats face the Trimble Tomcats on Senior Night. Coming into the game, the Wildcats were determined to play hard defense and pressed Trimble from all angles. “Focus on defense,” Waterford Coach Tom Simms said. “Let the offense come.” The score bounced back and forth between… Read More

Yates Brothers Combine For 56 Points To Propel Vikings

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For Naylan and Nevan Yates getting buckets is a family business. On Tuesday night, business was booming. The brothers combined for 56 points in Vinton County’s 83-71 win over Miami Trace on Tuesday night. “I had a bunch of good looks,” Nevan Yates said. “It was a nice night.” The Vikings scored their second-highest amount… Read More

Buckeyes Drop 11th Straight Game to Logan

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Instead of traveling to Logan High School the Nelsonville-York Buckeyes (5-16) were given the address of Katie Smith Gymnasium which is home to Logan’s Middle School teams but tonight it was home to the varsity Logan Chieftains (18-2) Thursday night. It was a different court but same constant result for the Chieftains who handed the… Read More

Eastern Stifles Fed Hock to Spoil Lancers’ Senior Night

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With the playoffs about to start, every team is trying to end their respective seasons on a high note. Whether that’s battling it out for the number one seed in the bracket or gaining some last-minute momentum, every team is highly focused on entering the playoffs with total rhythm and confidence on and off the… Read More

Addis, Lady Buckeyes Escape Meigs With Hard Fought Win

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Free throws are the story for both Nelsonville-York (15-6, 9-2 TVC-Ohio) and Meigs (10-11, 6-6 TVC- Ohio) tonight. When the clock was coming to its final buzzer, both teams were fouling to force the opposing team’s player to a clutch situation. Unfortunately for both teams, they could not make their free buckets. It wasn’t until… Read More

Bulldogs Blow Out Buckeyes In 2nd Half To Win 5th Straight

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The Athens Bulldogs used a third quarter spark to secure an 80-48 win over the Nelsonville-York Buckeyes Friday night at Nelsonville-York High School. The Bulldogs (8-9, 6-3 TVC Ohio) dominated the entire second half and the Buckeyes (5-12, 1-9) were never able to recover. The game was back and forth for the entire first half,… Read More

Bartrum, Baer Propell Marauders To Season Sweep of Buckeyes

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The Nelsonville-York Buckeyes had their chance at revenge against the Meigs Marauders Wednesday night, but were unable to come out on top once again losing 65-53. Meigs Coach Ed Fry mentioned how they were lucky to have a game last night to prepare for this matchup, whereas N-Y did not get that chance. The Marauders… Read More

Lancers Squander Fast Start, Fall to South Gallia

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The Federal Hocking Lancers came out hot from the first tip tonight at home in McInturf Gymnasium, but they were upset by the lights out play of Braxton Hardy and the South Gallia Rebels (3-9, 2-6 TVC-Hocking) tonight 51-46. The Lancers (2-10, 2-7 TVC-Hocking) scored early and often in the first quarter, led by the… Read More