(ZANESVILLE) -- The 2011 High School football season is almost underway, and the Zanesville Blue Devils couldn't be happier.
It's been a rocky offseason for ZHS. The Red, White, and Blue have been hard at work replacing 21 seniors from last year's team, on top of handling a mild Impetigo outbreak during two-a-days and the death of freshman football player Grant Hickman.
The start of the 2011 school year may prove just as rocky, as on Monday, head...
Local bars are preparing for the big OSU vs. Michigan game on Saturday.
The public will have plenty of options on places to go to watch the game. The Barn in Zanesville is luring customers in by decking out its menu Buckeye style.
"We've got an entire Ohio State menu, some wonderful drink specials, it's the place to be to watch the Buckeyes, it's tradition, people have been coming here for years and years and years," said Manager of the Barn Dustin Steed...
Its been a rough three years in McConnelsville. The county seat of Morgan County has seen their beloved Raiders go from having success to having struggles, but things may be turning around down the river as JT Raymond reports in our two-a-day team preview. [Click the video link on the right]
Not too many people would opt to spend a day in Casey Williams' shoes. It's not that Tri-Valley's wide receiver isn't a great kid, an oustanding athlete or a good student. It's more about having to spend a day in a pair of kicks that might have everyone staring at you. Jed DeMuesy reports. [Click the video link on the right]
Football seaons has kicked off in Southeast Ohio and local teams are gearing up for their season opener which happens in less than a month. Over the next few weeks WHIZ will take an inside look at all the Muskingum Valley League schools along with Bishop Rosecrans and Zanesville in our annual two a day team previews. Underneath is the scheduled area dates for each school, so you can check out when your team will be featured.
WHIZ has learned that pending final school board approval, Jeremy Ketcham will be the new head football coach at West Muskingum High School. Ketcham was a three year football letterwiner at Crooksville High School, the OU graduate is entering his seventh year in the Tornado football program, serving the last five years as the offensive coordinator. The transition between departing head coach Paul Perry should be relatively smooth, considering Ketcham has overseen a majority of...