With the girl's high school basketball regular season now complete for most schools, WHIZ's first Power Poll champion has been crowned.
At 19-1, three-time ECOL champion River View is the number one team. The Lady Bears never fell from the top spot this season, despite a loss to Africentric late in the year. MVL champion Maysville (19-1) finished a close second and unbeaten Buckeye Trail third.
The final boy's Power Poll will be posted next week, with Zanesville closing...
This Saturday the MVL Wrestling Tournament will take place at West Muskingum High School.
Favorites to win the tournament are New Lexington and Sheridan but an outside team that could surprise some people would be the Morgan Raiders.
A couple of years ago wrestler Ryan Knapp, brother of current Raider Mitch Knapp, left Morgan for Columbus St. Francis DeSales where he went on to finish as a state runner up in 2003. Leaving thoughts that possibly All-State Wrestler Mitch...
John Glenn senior Aaron Bates had his options when it came to picking a college. Offers were on the table from big time schools like West Virginia, Purdue and Ohio, but it wasn't until Zanesville native Mark Dantonio became the coach at Michigan State, that Bates found the perfect fit.
Leaning toward attending West Virginia, one visit to East Lansing convinced the punter/kicker that the Big Ten was the place to be. He said WVU only had the football aspect that he wanted and that...
It's a game reserved for the top high school football players in the state.
The annual Ohio North-South Classic is scheduled for June 16, 2007 at Columbus Crew Stadium and three area standouts have been selected to take part in the star studded event reserved for the top seniors from a year ago.
John Glenn kicker punter Aaron Bates will suit up for the South squad. The two-time All-Ohio kicker is set to sign a national letter of intent to play football next season. As a...
She left West Muskingum High School as the school and leagues all-time leading scorer.
She was an all-state player and received a Division I scholarship to Bowling Green State University to play basketball.
For Jessica McKenzie BGSU was to big, not what she wanted and felt bad about signing her letter of intent. She returned home to play for Division III Muskingum College and currently leads the team and league in scoring and is third in rebounding.