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March 30, 2003 - 2:37am
5 years 38 weeks ago
Muskingum Invitational @ Eaglesticks
1) Ohio Wesleyan (590)
2) Denison (593)
3) Muskingum (609)

Ohio Wesleyan wins for the 2nd straight year, while Muskingum finishes 3rd out of 13 teams competing.

Individual Results:
1) Craig Eckerle: Denison (144)
2) Adam Lescalleet: Muskingum (145)
3) Adam Klein: Denison (146)

Muskingum's Lescalleet tied for a 2nd round best (70) and Brian Higgins placed 7th overall
March 22, 2003 - 12:35am
5 years 38 weeks ago
Philo hires Pete Woods as its new head football coach. Woods spent the last five years at Jackson High School, serving this past season as offensive coordinator. Woods won a I-AA National Championship at Marshall University in 1992. He was approved by the Franklin Local School Board Thursday night.
March 16, 2003 - 1:14am
5 years 38 weeks ago
Lucky Gloves Classic @ Zanesville Police Athletic League

Tim Hartmeyer's boxers win 7 of 8 matches in the 22 bout event. The following local fighters were victorious on Saturday:

Brandon "Mad Dog" Alexander

Nikko Sealey

Thomas Lightfoot

Jeremy Harris

Corey Harris

Ariel Guzman

Delaine Abbott
March 4, 2003 - 11:49pm
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PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Toni Smalley, Sheridan
COACH OF THE YEAR: Doug Fisher, Sheridan

Whitney Weaver, Crooksville
Elizabeth Guinsler, John Glenn
Jennifer Moody, John Glenn
Julie Guiler, Maysville
Kim Blackburn, Morgan
Jackie Edwards, New Lexington
Karlee Kanuckel, River View
Amanda Krofft, Sheridan
Jessie Slack, Sheridan
Toni Smalley, Sheridan
Tricia Smith, Tri-Valley
Jessica McKenzie, West Muskingum
March 1, 2003 - 12:04am
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West Holmes 55 John Glenn 52 (OT)
-Muskies held one-point lead late in OT, with ball, but Pete Harris gets called for five seconds while trying to inbound, starting a spiral of events that ends John Glenn's season
-Muskies' scoring leaders: Dorian Bass 17 pts (7 in OT), Pete Harris 12 pts (4 3's), Joe Eckelberry 10 pts
-West Holmes: Nick Akins 20 pts

Philo 56 Cambridge 52
-Electrics advance to play East Liverpool Thurs. 3/6 6 pm @ Zanesville HS
February 27, 2003 - 7:56am
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The playoffs are heating up and we've got the games on AM1240 and Z102!

Friday Night's action features a double header from Zanesville High School. John Glenn takes on West Holmes in game one while Philo battles Cambridge in the second game. Pre-game rolls about 5:45 with game one tip off at 6:00 p.m. the nightcap starts about 7:45 with the pre-game. The Winners return to Zanesville High school to play on Thursday March 6th

Then on Saturday Afternoon the Rosecrans Bishops...
February 9, 2003 - 2:57pm
5 years 38 weeks ago
1) Cambridge receives the top seed by a near unanimous vote (John Glenn only team that didn't vore for Bobcats).

2) Meadowbrook pulled the biggest surprise by selecting to play John Glenn in the sectional semifinals. "We feel they're the best match-up for us," Colts Head Coach Dan Weekley said. "We play better against better competition." The Muskies knocked out the Colts in last year's sectional.

D-II Boys Sectional at Zanesville High School...
February 9, 2003 - 1:05am
5 years 38 weeks ago
Lebron James scored a career high 52 points in his first game back from an OHSAA suspension and his final game before playing Zanesville HS. James' Saint Vincent-Saint Mary team, ranked #1 in the country by USA Today, defeated #7 Westchester (CA) 78-52. ZHS travels to Akron to play SVSM this Friday.
February 6, 2003 - 10:04am
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Jordan Lear realizes how rare his situation will be at Cincinnati.

And not simply because he's tall.

"Coach Minter said he's the first punter he's had that can look down on offensive lineman," said James Lear, Jordan's father.

The 6-7 Lear signed a letter of intent to play football with the University of Cincinnati Wednesday. Lear has indicated that Beatcats coaches believe he can see the field in his freshman season.

"They told me I have a good...
February 6, 2003 - 9:55am
5 years 38 weeks ago
Cambridge and John Glenn haven't lost in 2003, yet they can't crack the top 10 this year. The Bobcats and Muskies are ranked 12th and 13th respectively in the latest AP Boys Basketball Poll. Cambridge defeated Meadowbrook and Coshocton last week. John Glenn won a 2nd consecutive MVL title with victories against Mayvsille and River View.
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