Last season saw the Maysville Panthers get to the playoffs for the first time in the schools history. Sadly though the season ended one game into the postseason. With a talented group of skill players coming back the Panthers once again will try to find their way into week 11, but a young offensive line will have to gel for that to happen.
Coach Craig Clarke also has his team running smoother than in year one under his direction which will make the offense that much more powerful. For...
It has been eight seasons since the Crooksville Ceramics last made the playoffs, but with a new head coach and a more positive outlook from the players, there is plenty of reason to be excited in 2012. Longtime assistant and member of the 1977 state championship team Brent Gorby takes over at the helm for Dave Rupe, who stepped down as head coach in January. Gorby earned the respect from his players immediately, and considering the strength of the...
Before the kickoff Friday night, WHIZ is taking a closer look at the two teams whose battle will most likely determine the MVL Champion. In this preview, Jed Demuesy and Coach Doug Clifford discuss a Sheridan offense that is averaging 50 points per game in 2010. [Click the video link to watch]
It's normal to think 9-1 gets a team into the playoffs. But in 2009, that mark wasn't good enough for Zanesville. As devastating as it was, the Devils are leaving normal in the past with their new hard-hitting scheme in 2010. Dan Wolfgang has the story. [Click the video link to watch]
Before Justin Buttermore took over at Tri-Valley, the Scotties had 15 winning seasons in 54 years. Since Buttermore's arrival, the Dawgs have had four winning seasons and three playoff appearances. Although that goal could be much more challenging to reach this year as JT Raymond reports. [click the video link to watch]
There are some droughts that people would love to see end. There is the 56-year streak since Cleveland has seen a pro sports championship. In Pittsburgh, fans would love to see 18 consecutive losing seasons come to an end for the pirates, and in New Concord John Glenn fans would love to see that 30-year MVL titleless streak be snapped, but thats not all they hope for as Jeremy Rauch reports. [Click the video link to watch]