Stories tagged with: Cambridge

February 4, 2011 - 10:40pm
4 years 2 weeks ago

Boys Basketball

Maysville 37 John Glenn 69

JG: Jake Heagen 33 pts, Heath Dodson 11 pts, Zack Atkins 10 pts

Mays: JC Murasky 11 pts, Landon Israel 10 pts

Tri-Valley 43 West Muskingum 41

Morgan 37 Philo 39

Grove City 51 Newark 53

Bexley 39 Granville 55

Licking Valley 61 Heath 69

Coshocton 54 New Philaedelphia 57...

February 2, 2011 - 9:41pm
4 years 3 weeks ago

H.S. Girls Basketball

Tri-Valley 51 West Muskingum 46

TV: Katie Prince/Jordyn Hendershot - 12 pts

WM: Amy Graham - 13 pts, Stephanie Imes - 12 pts

John Glenn 44 Maysville 57

M: Melanie Poorman - 21 pts, Taylor Tatman - 16 pts

JG: Breanna Bradley - 12 pts

Claymont 26 Rosecrans 67

 R: Maddie Chandler - 25 pts, Kloie Johnson - 16 pts

Cambridge 56...

February 1, 2011 - 9:34pm
4 years 3 weeks ago

Zanesville coach Scott Aronhalt summed it up best after the 40-29 win over Cambridge: "I was worried our team may be peaking too early. Turns out that's not the case." The Blue Devils had to grind out another win over the Bobcats this year, sweeping the season series. Forty points is the lowest point total in a Blue Devil win this year, lower than the 43 they scored against Cambridge in the first meeting. The 11 point victory marking the first double digit win in the series since...

January 31, 2011 - 11:13pm
4 years 3 weeks ago

Girls Basketball

Cambridge 43 Zanesville 49 2 OT

Zanes: Dani Weekley 14 pts, Maddy Baldwin 13 pts

Camb: Candice Bumgardner 10 pts

Philo 43 Sheridan 54

Sher: Julia Mohler and Olivia Keene 14 pts each

Philo: Mallory Trout 19 pts

January 28, 2011 - 9:31pm
4 years 4 weeks ago

When one person is sick, they can make everyone around them feel ill. That was the case for the Zanesville Blue Devils, as Rian Burrell's flu-like symptoms hampered Zanesville's attack against River View. The Blue Devils recovered to snare a 62-33 victory over the still winless Black Bears, but Zanesville had just a two point lead with two minutes to play in the third quarter, but finished the game on a 32-5 run to secure their 12th win of the year. Tanner Gibson leading all scorers with a...

January 27, 2011 - 9:41pm
4 years 4 weeks ago

TEAM RESULTS

Women

1. John Glenn - 97.5 pts  [3rd Straight]

2. Tri-Valley - 94.5 pts

3. Cambridge - 41 pts

4. Zanesville - 27 pts

5. West Muskingum - 25 pts

6. Rosecrans - 16 pts

7. Maysville - 4 pts

8. Philo - 3 pts

 

Men

1. Tri-Valley - 108 pts  [5th Straight]

2. Cambridge - 49 pts

3. Zanesville - 47 pts

4....

January 25, 2011 - 9:48pm
4 years 4 weeks ago

The last time Rosecrans (14-0) earned a number one ranking in 1999, the Bishops immediately fell in a trap-game at Bishop Watterson. This time around, Rosecrans pulled out the victory over their former C.C.L. opponent one day after being named the top ranked team in Division IV. However, it didn't come easy at the Eagles Nest. Bishop Watterson (3-10), who played unbeaten Bishop Hartley and St. Francis Desales to four and two-point games respectively, led by one with one minute to play. That'...

January 22, 2011 - 5:19pm
4 years 5 weeks ago

It wasn't easier for the Zanesville Blue Devils the second time around against East Liverpool, but it was still a victory. ZHS grabs their sixth win in a row, defeating the Potters for the second time this season, 69-58. Zanesville started out sluggish and didn't have the intensity that has defined their play in recent weeks, but still managed to defeat the Potters for the second time this season, this time while they were at full strength, with the return of PG Marky Tompkins. Tanner Gibson...

January 19, 2011 - 10:04pm
4 years 5 weeks ago

H.S. Girls Basketball

Marietta 33 Zanesville 41

Z: Kailee Howe - 22 pts

John Glenn 37 Rosecrans 52

R: Molly Nash - 24 pts

JG: Haley Crawford - 14 pts

Morgan 27 Maysville 53

Mays: Karen Sidwell - 12 pts, Melanie Poorman - 11 pts, Morgan Swauger - 10 pts, 11 rebs

Philo 52 West Muskingum 62

W: Stephanie Imes - 15, Amy Graham - 12 pts

P: Mallory Trout - 21 pts,...

January 15, 2011 - 8:47pm
4 years 6 weeks ago

Before the game, Zanesville head coach Scott Aronhalt preached to his kids the motto that this Blue Devil team has lived by all season: Set the Tempo. In no game was it more important than the eleventh game of Zanesville's year, against the defending Division I state champions, the Massillon Jackson Polar Bears. Coming into the game, Jackson was riding a 23 game winning streak, scoring 75 points a game in nine wins this season. Zanesville held them to 55 in a 58-55 victory, Jackson's first...

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