Tri-Valley has always been known as a basketball school and with back-to-back MVL titles in hoops that reputation probably won't change anytime soon. But as WHIZ's Mike Fink tells us in his coca-cola powerade team preview a bigger, stronger group of Scotties are out to prove the Dawgs are no longer a pushover on the gridiron.
No area team had a bigger turn around in 2005 than John Glenn. The Muskies went from 2-8 in 2004 to an 8-2 mark last season, which included a playoff appearance.
That success was once again attributed to JG's ground attack, as fullback Matt Heagan rushed for over 1,000 yards. Well, now he's gone, as are his talented cast of wingbacks. But Coach John Kelley isn't fretting. The 12-year veteran has some talented players returning, including three year starting quarterback Aaron...
Morgan's offense was good last season. With 6-4 overall record and a 5-3 mark in the league, the Raiders averaged over 26 points per game. This year it my be even better despite the graduation of quarterback Wade Ewing.
Former Morgan head coach Mark Knapp has returned to the Raiders football program as an assistant to Homer Weekely in 2006. Knapp led the Raiders to back-to-back MVL titles in 1999 and 2000 and will run the offense this season.
Warsaw's Brad Baker held a four stroke lead going into Sunday's final round of the ZDGA Amateur at the Zanesville Country Club. It wasn't big enough.
The 1999 ZDGA champion falters on the back nine of the final round, as Wright State's Tyler Miskell catches him from behind.
Trailing by five strokes with nine holes to play, Miskell turns in four birdies and takes his first lead of the event on the 71st hole. Miskell's 72 in the final round was three strokes better than any...
Warsaw native Brad Baker fires a 3rd round 71 at Eagle Sticks, good enough for a 4 shot lead heading into Sunday's final round at Zanesville C.C. Baker, Tyler Miskell and Nick Bryan will play in the final group, they are set to tee off at 1 p.m.