Stories tagged with: Rosecrans

January 27, 2011 - 10:41pm
3 years 26 weeks ago

TEAM RESULTS

Women

1. John Glenn - 97.5 pts  [3rd Straight]

2. Tri-Valley - 94.5 pts

3. Cambridge - 41 pts

4. Zanesville - 27 pts

5. West Muskingum - 25 pts

6. Rosecrans - 16 pts

7. Maysville - 4 pts

8. Philo - 3 pts

 

Men

1. Tri-Valley - 108 pts  [5th Straight]

2. Cambridge - 49 pts

3. Zanesville - 47 pts

4....

January 26, 2011 - 10:53pm
3 years 26 weeks ago

H.S. Girls Hoops

Rosecrans 34 Zanesville 43

Z: Kailee Howe - 18 pts, Maddy Brown - 10 pts

R: Lakota Browning - 11 pts

John Glenn 33 Crooksville 61

C: Brittany Swingle - 16 pts **Hits 1,000 Career Points**

Maysville 61 New Lexington 49

M: Karen Sidwell - 19 pts

NL: Katlyn Abram - 19 pts

Newark Catholic 46 West Muskingum 65

WM: Amy Graham - 19 pts,...

January 25, 2011 - 10:48pm
3 years 26 weeks ago

The last time Rosecrans (14-0) earned a number one ranking in 1999, the Bishops immediately fell in a trap-game at Bishop Watterson. This time around, Rosecrans pulled out the victory over their former C.C.L. opponent one day after being named the top ranked team in Division IV. However, it didn't come easy at the Eagles Nest. Bishop Watterson (3-10), who played unbeaten Bishop Hartley and St. Francis Desales to four and two-point games respectively, led by one with one minute to play. That'...

January 24, 2011 - 10:55pm
3 years 26 weeks ago

Girls High School Basketball

Caldwell 49 Rosecrans 53

Rose: Maddie Chandler and Molly Nash 12 pts each, Alexis Kirkbride 11 pts

Cald: Lizzy Nau 22 pts, Stacy Mugrage 12 pts

Coshocton 37 Philo 50

Philo: Hope Roberts 17 pts, Hannah Daley 12 pts, Mallory Trout 11 pts

Cosh: Brittany Neiger and Nicole Dejesu 10 pts each

Boys Basketball

Foxfire 69 E. Richland...

January 24, 2011 - 10:39pm
3 years 26 weeks ago

The newest Associated Press Poll is out, and the Rosecrans Bishops are number one in the state for the first time in school history. The Bishops have been inching towards Dayton Jefferson Township, the defending Division IV state champions. This week they passed them, despite receiving five less first place votes. In Division II, Zanesville continues their ascent, moving from six to five this week in the latest rankings.

Division IV AP State...

January 22, 2011 - 6:19pm
3 years 26 weeks ago

It wasn't easier for the Zanesville Blue Devils the second time around against East Liverpool, but it was still a victory. ZHS grabs their sixth win in a row, defeating the Potters for the second time this season, 69-58. Zanesville started out sluggish and didn't have the intensity that has defined their play in recent weeks, but still managed to defeat the Potters for the second time this season, this time while they were at full strength, with the return of PG Marky Tompkins. Tanner Gibson...

January 19, 2011 - 11:04pm
3 years 27 weeks ago

H.S. Girls Basketball

Marietta 33 Zanesville 41

Z: Kailee Howe - 22 pts

John Glenn 37 Rosecrans 52

R: Molly Nash - 24 pts

JG: Haley Crawford - 14 pts

Morgan 27 Maysville 53

Mays: Karen Sidwell - 12 pts, Melanie Poorman - 11 pts, Morgan Swauger - 10 pts, 11 rebs

Philo 52 West Muskingum 62

W: Stephanie Imes - 15, Amy Graham - 12 pts

P: Mallory Trout - 21 pts,...

January 17, 2011 - 11:52pm
3 years 27 weeks ago

Girls Basketball

Morgan 55 Warren Local 53

Morg: Baylee Smith 16 pts, Lindsey Bogatay 15 pts, GW shot with :02 to play, 15 pts; Vada Clemens 11 pts

Maysville 45 Philo 44

Mays: Karen Sidwell 12 pts

Philo: Mallory Trout 21 pts

Rosecrans 43 Fort Frye 47

January 15, 2011 - 9:47pm
3 years 27 weeks ago

Before the game, Zanesville head coach Scott Aronhalt preached to his kids the motto that this Blue Devil team has lived by all season: Set the Tempo. In no game was it more important than the eleventh game of Zanesville's year, against the defending Division I state champions, the Massillon Jackson Polar Bears. Coming into the game, Jackson was riding a 23 game winning streak, scoring 75 points a game in nine wins this season. Zanesville held them to 55 in a 58-55 victory, Jackson's first...

January 8, 2011 - 7:13pm
3 years 28 weeks ago

History normally repeats itself, but tonight in front of a packed house at Winland Memorial Gymnasium, history reversed itself. The Zanesville Blue Devils improved to 8-2 with a 50-30 victory over the Tri-Valley Scotties, a near mirror image of the 47-30 Tri-Valley victory over the Blue Devils a year ago. The Dawgs scored the first bucket of the game, but it was all Zanesville from there. Tanner Gibson leading the Blue Devils with 16 points, Cole Carpenter behind him with 11 points and...

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