Once again, junior Haley Gregory showed why she is one of the best athletes in the area. Saturday at the Regional Track Meet at Athens High School, Gregory was apart of several victories for the Lady Muskies. She won the girls 100 meter and 100 meter hurdles to advance to the state meet next weekend at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium.
Gregory received help from Kelsey Knellinger, Emily Brown, and Ashley Ryan in the girls 4X100 relay to also take first in the event.
One of the state's highest basketball honors has been given by the Associated Press. Toledo St. John's Jesuit's Marc Loving was recently named Ohio's Mr. Basketball for the 2012-2013 season. The award is annually given to the state's top performer. Loving (senior) led the Titans to a 20-4 record this season. He is a two-time Division I Player of the Year, and averaged 21.3 points, 8.2 rebounds per game this season.
The 6'8" power forward worked efficiently on the...
It took Rosecrans almost a half to find rythem in their ground game but when they did they were able to come back for a bit against Buckeye Central. The Bishops trailed 12-0 at the half, but Luke Lloyd rushed for 133 yards most of which came in the second half to pull the Bishops with in five at 12-7.
It's not how you start in baseball but how you finish, and in the case of the Zanesville Blue Devils and Cambridge Post 84 it was their finishes that earned them tournament titles this holiday weekend.
The Blue Devils were the only team in the Tusky Tournament using wood bats playing against legion and all star teams using the standard metal, but still found away to win the tournament. It started with a nail bitter in their first game of the afternoon against the Coshocton Cherokees,...