Nine months ago Maysville played perhaps their best game of the season against Zanesville in the Sectional Tournament and came up short. They have been thinking about that every day in practice and every time they hold a basketball. This season though the Panthers have to find a way to replace some leadership and scoring, but they seem ready to once again take the MVL by storm. For the complete story clicke the "watch video" link.
There are banners hanging in Rogge Gymnasium that remind us of how dominant Rosecrans has been over the years. Although the program seemed to be losing that reputation just a few year's back, last season's run gives you a feeling the Bishops are back on the rise and ready for another banner year. Click the "watch video link" for the complete story
It was a magical run to the state final four last year for the Zanesville Blue Devils, but this year its time to wipe the slate clean and start from scratch. The new season for the Devils will feature a lot changes for Zanesville basketball fans and Jed DeMuesy breaks down what they can expect in our next team preview. (Cick on the Watch Video link to see the complete story)
For the Morgan Radiers the basketball season didn't quite go as planned. Like many seasons there were highs and lows but there was a lot of lows in McConnelsville in 2009-2010. This year the slate has been wiped clean and its a new beginning as we check in with the raiders who seem poised to make a charge. (Click the Watch Video Link for more)
As our boys basketball hoops previews continue, we take you to Perry County where New Lexington is rebuilding. After a banner year in 2009, those that remain looking to forge thier own legacy at a school traditionally known for football. (For the full story click on the watch video link)
Most years it doesn't take long for the Generals to switch their focus from football to basketball. Some years it takes longer than others, but the key to the Red Rage's basketball success will come in the first few games of the season. In the past Sheridan has been notorious for getting of to slow starts. This year they hope to avoid that with all five starters returning from a year ago and a new head coach. (Click the Watch Video Link for the complete story)
A year ago things did not go quite as planned for the crew in Duncan Falls. The Electrics struggled to a 2-18 record all while trying to grasp the neuances of head coach Jeff Rinkes's system. This year the Electrics are younger but feel they have something to prove not only to themselves, but their community and the rest of the MVL. (Click the Video Link for the complete story)