Men's College Basketball --------------------------- Muskingum 83 Wilmington 67
Just two weeks ago Muskingum needed overtime to get past Wilmington (13-5, 6-5 OAC) on the road. This time around the task wasn't so difficult.
Cambridge product Brandon Todd explodes for 26 points and eight assists, as the Muskies shoot a sizzling 53 percent (30-55) from the field in the win. Three other players also reach double figures for Muskingum (12-5), who is now in...
Girls High School Basketball --------------------------- Philo 43 Tri-Valley 31
The Electrics only allowed 12 first half points to the Scotties, and held off a late Tri-Valley rally to improve to 11-3 and 9-2 in the MVL. The Scotties got as close as seven points in the second half, but couldn't completely close the gap.
Shalane Moore and Abby Roberts both toss in 12 points each for Philo. Tara Harper paces Tri-Valley with 10.
Gant Municipal Stadium in Zanesville has always been a premier baseball facility in Southeastern Ohio, now thanks to a generous donation things are only getting better.
Wednesday, the Muskingum Valley Old Timers broke ground on their highly anticipated practice facility beyond the centerfield fence. The new addition will include a full size grass infield, two batting cages and two pitching mounds. The new addition is still in its infant stages, as only grading and leveling of the...
In the end West Muskingum prevailed 69-68, over Maysville Friday night, but the Tornadoes had to fight for it.
With 0.7 seconds remaining in regulation and West Muskingum leading by two, the Tornadoes Andrew Jones only needed to miss his second free throw to kill the clock. Instead Jones made the free throw, giving West Muskingum a 56-53 lead with 0.7 seconds still on the clock.
Maysville quickly took the inbound and got it to senior Justin Corder. Corder then tied the...
While only one local boys basketball team is ranked in the latest installment of the Associated Press High School basketball poll, Tri-Valley is at least on the move for the better.
The MVL-leading Scotties are up four spots to 11th in Division II with a 12-1 record. Zanesville was ranked 8th in the first Division II, but dropped out this week following losses to Division I powerhouses Canton McKinley and Lancaster.
On the girls side, River View and Newark Catholic have...