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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

Scotties Roll Maysville, Win Eighth Consecutive MVL Title

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The Tri-Valley Scotties have been ruling the Muskingum Valley Conference for the past several seasons and had a chance to continue their dominance on senior night against Maysville. In what was his last game at Jack Anderson Stadium senior Quarterback Luke Fargus looked to leave his mark on that field one last time. After already… 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

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