Lady Devils tie Canal Winchester

by Patrick Chiesa on September 30, 2016

ZANESVILLE, Ohio – The Zanesville Lady Devils jumped out to a 2-0 lead, but gave up two late goals to tie Canal Winchester, 2-2, at Sulsberger Stadium Thursday night. Leikyn DalPonte and Hallie Kimble scored for Zanesville. HIGH SCHOOL SCOREBOARD SOCCER (G) CANAL WINCHESTER 2 ZANESVILLE 2 (G) MAYSVILLE 0 JOHN GLENN 6 (G) PHILO… Continue Reading

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Suspended Browns WR Gordon entering rehab on brink of return

by Associated Press on September 29, 2016

CLEVELAND (AP) — Suspended Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon says he’s entering a rehab facility to “gain full control of my life.” Gordon is serving a four-game suspension for multiple violations of the NFL’s substance abuse policy. He was eligible to return next week, but the troubled 25-year-old released a statement on Thursday saying he… Continue Reading

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Junior Pioneers honored at Ohio Statehouse

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COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Zanesville Junior Pioneers made their mark in early August by winning the AAABA championship for the first time in franchise history. Dave Balo’s club continued to soak up the spoils of their victory Wednesday at the Ohio Statehouse. State Senator Troy Balderson (R-Zanesville) presented the Juniors with a resolution honoring their big… Continue Reading

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Muskingum football off to best start in half a decade

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NEW CONCORD, Ohio – Al Logan’s Muskingum Fighing Muskies haven’t started the season this hot since 2011. The Fish are 2-1 following a blowout, 28-10 win over conference rival Marietta on Saturday. The Muskies’ first win on the season came in the opener against Waynesburg, 17-16. Muskingum enjoyed a 4-0 start in 2011 before dropping… Continue Reading

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OHSAA football computer rankings – Sept. 27, 2016

by Patrick Chiesa on September 27, 2016

OHSAA Football Computer Ratings – Sept. 27, 2016 Top eight schools from each region in the final report Oct. 30 will qualify for the playoffs. Division I  Region 1 – 1. Massillon Jackson (5-0) 13.4, 2. Stow-Munroe Falls (5-0) 12.6, 3. Canton McKinley (4-1) 11.9, 4. Lakewood St. Edward (4-1) 11.2, 5. Solon (4-1) 10.55,… Continue Reading

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AP high school football poll

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AP OHIO HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL POLL LIST COLUMBUS, OHIO (AP) — HOW A STATE PANEL OF SPORTS WRITERS AND BROADCASTERS RATES OHIO HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL TEAMS IN THE THIRD WEEKLY ASSOCIATED PRESS POLL OF 2016, BY OHSAA DIVISIONS, WITH WON-LOST RECORD AND TOTAL POINTS (FIRST-PLACE VOTES IN PARENTHESES): DIVISION I 1, CINCINNATI COLERAIN (24) 5-0… Continue Reading

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Raiders clip Tornadoes; Lady Devils trounce Lady ‘Skins

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HIGH SCHOOL SCOREBOARD SOCCER (G) COSHOCTON 0 ZANESVILLE 8 (G) PHILO 3 TRI-VALLEY 11 (B) MORGAN 3 WEST MUSKINGUM 2 (B) PHILO 1 TRI-VALLEY 6 (B) JOHN GLENN 0 MAYSVILLE 4 VOLLEYBALL CROOKSVILLE 1 PHILO 3 NEW LEXINGTON 0 TRI-VALLEY 3 CLAYMONT 3 ROSECRANS 0 D-II BOYS SECTIONAL GOLF TEAM RESULTS 1. SHERIDAN: 323 –… Continue Reading

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Muskies capture golf sectional title

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After posting a 311 as a team, the John Glenn Muskies are sectional champs and will move on to districts. Dylan Van Fossen was awarded medalist honors. Meadowbrook, River View, and Ridgewood made it in as well. Philo’s Liam Blake also made it into districts as well, getting in on a playoff after posting a… Continue Reading

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Flynn hosts ‘Pitch It Forward’ clinic in Duncan Falls

by Matt Ryan on September 26, 2016

Former Philo Electric, Eastern Kentucky star and current Pennsylvania Rebellion pitcher Hayley Flynn held the inaugural “Pitch It Forward” softball clinic over the weekend. Flynn, along with other pitching standouts, held a 3-day clinic at Duncan Falls Elementary School to teach younger players. All proceeds from the clinic will be donated to the American Diabetes… Continue Reading

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Arnold Palmer dies at 87, made golf popular for masses

by Matt Ryan on September 25, 2016

By Doug Ferguson AP golf writer Arnold Palmer brought a country-club sport to the masses with a hard-charging style, charisma and a commoner’s touch. At ease with both presidents and the golfing public, and on a first-name basis with both, “The King,” died Sunday in Pittsburgh. He was 87. Alastair Johnson, CEO of Arnold Palmer… Continue Reading