Out of eight area players nominated for WHIZ's first-ever STUD of the Year Award, one stood out above the rest.
Cambridge senior running back Stephen Ford has been a man among boys in 2006. The three-year starter has rushed for 1,956 yards through 10 games this season. That total broke his previous record of yards in a season which he set as a junior.
Ford also has 21 touchdowns on the season. In his career, the self-proclaimed power runner has rushed for 5,084 yards...
Boy's High School Tournament Soccer ------------------------------------ Division II Sectional Semifinal at River View
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West Muskingum might be co-MVL champions this season, but it's John Glenn advancing in the tournament. In an upset, the Muskies win a penalty kick shoot-out, 3-2. The two teams were locked into a 1-1 stalemate after two overtimes.
The second seed Tornadoes took a 2-0 lead out of the...
Rosecrans' Josh Agin fires his second consecutive 75, good enough for a fifth place finish at the Division III State Golf Tournament. The Sophomore was within two strokes of the lead with 3 to play before a triple-bogey on 17. Agin ends the year as first team All-Ohio for the second straight year.
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Strong wind gusts and low temperatures couldn't slow down Rosecrans sophomore Josh Agin in the first round of the Division III State Golf Championships.
At Ohio State's Gray Course, Agin shoots a 37 on the front nine, 38 on the back to finish with a 75 (+5). Through one round only four players are better on the leader board. Agin sits in fifth with 18 holes to play Saturday.
After a delay for frost in the morning, Agin got heated up on hole eight with his first birdie of...
Friday night it’s the game of the year in the MVL, as the league championship hangs over head.
At 7-0, New Lexington was expected to be in this position, but John Glenn not so much. After losing 20 seniors from last year’s playoff team, the Muskies have found a way to win. But can they possibly hang with a Panther team that’s shown no signs of weakness?
That will be decided 7:30 Friday at Jim Rockwell Stadium.
Only three weeks remain until the Ohio High School Football State Playoffs begin.
Some teams are in the perfect position, while others are just on the outside looking in. Still plenty can happen when it comes to the playoff picture. Some big games remain on area team's schedules, which will ultimately decide their post season fate.
Keep in mind the top eight teams from each of the 24 regions advance to the playoffs. The top four teams in each region will host a first...