The Muskingum Valley Old-Timers Association held their 1st Annual President's Dinner on Wednesday night. It was just one of the major changes Doug Pollock plans to bring as the organization's new president.
The new plans include different ways to raise money for the Old Timers. The organization suffered over $8,000 dollars in losses last year. Pollock says, with a few more years like that, the Baseball Association that's been around...
Ohio State AD Andy Geiger responded to all allegations of wrongdoing for over an hour on Tuesday.
His main point? There has been no institutional wrongdoing by the school, and that the NCAA investigation during the Maurice Clarett days support that fact, according to Geiger. He made sure to point out the school would cooperate in all ways possible with the NCAA.
Here are some clips from Geiger's presser, held at the Buckeye Cafe. Click on the link by the red camera for...
If not Newark Catholic football, then it might as well be Newark Catholic volleyball at state. The Lady Green Wave hold off a Lady Mustang rally from 2 games down to win by the narrowest of margins. Sarah Clapper had 34 kills, and Sadie Warthen had 38 assists. Newark Catholic will compete against Lutheran West for its 8th state title Saturday evening...
For Sheridan's Jessie Slack, that meant wanting to play college basketball, just like sister Jenny.
Slack signed a letter of intent Thursday with East Carolina University. The 2003-04 All-Ohio selection becomes the second Sheridan player to sign with a D-I program in the past three years (Toni Smalley, Niagara).
Slack, who owns six school records including career steals and most points in a season, says she fell in...
Basketball season's almost here, but recruits nationwide started signing on Wednesday.
West Muskingum's Jessica McKenzie decides that Bowling Green University is her destiny.
Last year's finalist for Ohio Ms. Basketball had narrowed it down to BG and DII Wheeling Jesuit. The Falcons' "red carpet" treatment during her official visit convinced Jessica that she was meant for Bowling Green.
Maurice Clarett came back in the headlines in a big way, but not necessarily in a good way.
The former OSU running back says he received a number of improper benefits in his 1+ year at Ohio State. He told ESPN that Jim and Dick Tressel were involved with giving him loaner cars, that he got money from boosters, got lined up with a job that he didn't need to attend, and had help with papers. Several former teammates support Clarett's statements.