The Tri-Valley Dawgs are in the driver's seat in Division 3, Region 9, having snatched up the top seed thanks to a perfect regular season. There's no question this team has its sights set on a deep run in the state tournament, and that run begins at home against New Philadelphia tonight
The Quakers reached up and nabbed the 8th and final playoff spot last Friday despite getting blown out by Dover at home. Like the Dawgs a season ago, New Philly is young, scrappy and hungry to surprise...
The "Battle of the Panthers" is just two days away as 4-seeded Licking Valley is set to host 5-seeded Maysville at Randy Baughman Stadium. Unlike most playoff matchups, these two teams know a thing or two about one another.
Maysville hosted Licking Valley in a scrimmage in August and the Blue and Gold came away with a 35-14 victory. But Maysville kicker Nate Valle says a lot has changed over the past three months.
"We put some thought into (the scrimmage) but not...
The battle for the MVL title will take place Friday night as Tri-Valley hosts Maysville at Jack Anderson Stadium. The Panthers are 8-0 and 6th in the state in Division IV while the Scotties are 8-0 and 5th in the state in Division III.
The game will be broadcast on WHIZ Saturday morning at 10 a.m. Highlights will also be featured on "Friday Night Blitz."
The OHSAA announced on Wednesday the reclassification of Columbus city schools due to the closure of Brookhaven High School. What does this mean for teams from the Zanesville area? More than you might think. Let's take a look at each region and discuss how teams coming and going will affect local teams.
*Rankings are according to Joe Eitel*
New addition: Mifflin
The Punchers--who have only scored three points this season--make...