Howard Stewart of the Southeast Area Transit District addressed the Muskingum County Commissioners Thursday afternoon. The meeting focused on renewing funds for 2015.
The county commissioners have supported the bus service in the past, and that will not change for next year. Stewart requested a renewal of the $10,000 the county gave SEAT this year. That plan was agreed upon. Stewart said that SEAT is providing a service and people are utilizing it.
Haley Gregory and the John Glenn girls dominated at the DII Eastern District Championships, winning the top spot with a grand total of 146.50 points--more than double the totals of second-place finishers Morgan and Martins Ferry.
Gregory finished second in the 100 meter dash (12.35) behind Whitney Martin of Indian Creek (12.38). The super senior, who was slightly hampered by a foot injury, bounced back with wins in the 100 (15.17) and 300 hurdles (46.84). Freshman Brooke Fatheree...
John Glenn softball beat Cambridge, 9-1, on Tuesday. The Little Muskies got on the board in the first inning when Taylor Hill brought Lexi Baker home with a bunt. Kerrie Dolick scored on a wild throw following a Danae Fields single to double John Glenn's lead.
The Bobcats fought back with a Lindsey Nunamaker RBI that scored Haley Stocker, but the Muskies went on the score the final seven runs of the game to get the non-league win.
The West routed the East in the latest installment of the East-West Classic at Buckeye Trail High School on Friday.
In the girls' game, Cambridge's Hallie Stocker was named MVP. Stocker dropped 16 points at the West cruised to a 94-74 victory.
On the boys' side, Zanesville's Granger Long won both the MVP award and the dunk contest. Long, an Ashland football recruit, scored 22 points wearing a familiar blue-colored jersey. The West eclipsed triple digits, winning 100-77.