Stories tagged with: John Glenn

January 13, 2012 - 11:15pm
3 years 16 weeks ago

Boys High School Hoops

Zanesville 58 Meadowbrook 29

The Blue Devils improve to 9-2 overall, and 7-0 in both the ECOL and on the road with a big victory over a severely overmatched Meadowbrook team. Zanesville jumped out to a 15-4 lead after one quarter, and didn't look back. The Colts (1-9, 0-7) committed 25 turnovers in the ball game, which directly resulted in 30 Zanesville points. Jake Phillis leading the Blue Devils with 11 points, while...

January 13, 2012 - 6:54pm
3 years 16 weeks ago

H.S. Boys Basketball:


Tri-Valley @ John Glenn
West Muskingum @ Morgan
Dover @ Rosecrans
Zanesville @ Meadowbrook
Whitehall-Yearling @ Granville
Cambridge @ River View
Newark @ Lancaster

January 11, 2012 - 11:23pm
3 years 15 weeks ago

Girls High School Basketball

Meadowbrook 33 Zanesville 44

After being ranked eighth by the Associated Press in their first poll of the season on Tuesday, the Zanesville Lady Blue Devils struggled, but got the job done in a double digit victory.  the Colts jumped out of the gate 5-0 and actually lead 9-8 at the end of the first quarter, but Zanesville remained tough, closing the second quarter on a 9-1 run to take a 21-14 halftime lead and...

January 10, 2012 - 4:52pm
3 years 16 weeks ago

High School Boys Basketball:

John Glenn 42 New Lexington 33

Morgan 38  Crooksville 52
C: Lake Channel- 21pts
M: Reese Johnson- 13pts

Maysville 62 Philo 60
To say that Maysville game against Philo was a game of runs ins an understatment. The Panthers led at one point in the second half 43-29 thanks in large part to Justin Wilson who had a team high 17, but Philo just...

January 7, 2012 - 7:39pm
3 years 16 weeks ago

Girls Basketball

Coshocton 14 Zanesville 47

The female version of the Redskins-Devils wasn't quite as hotly contested as the boys version a night ago. The Lady Devils having no problem disposing of Coshocton, improving their record to 11-0 on the season, 5-0 in the ECOL. The Lady Redskins managing just three field goals the entire game. Dani Weekley and Kailee Howe tied for the game high with 11 points each.

New Philadelphia 38...

January 6, 2012 - 3:18pm
3 years 17 weeks ago

H.S. Boys Basketball:

Coshocton 45 Zanesville 53 OT

Once again, the Zanesville Blue Devils make it hard on themselves, but get it done in the end. Zanesville enjoyed a lead as big as 14 in the first half of the game, leading by nine points at halftime. Coshocton battled back, tying the game at the end of three quarters at 29. Down the stretch, Coshocton looked like they had it won with great free throw shooting, but a three from...

January 4, 2012 - 6:12pm
3 years 17 weeks ago

Girls High School Basketball

Fort Frye 49 Rosecrans 44

John Glenn 39 West Muskingum 55

WM: Amy Graham 24 pts, Dakota McKenzie 12 pts

Morgan 51 New Lexington 38

Philo 38 Tri-Valley 59

TV: Jordyn Hendershot 21 pts, Kalee Hamilton 12 pts

Philo: Mallary Trout 20 pts

Maysville 48 Crooksville 50

Crooks: Taylor...

January 3, 2012 - 3:54pm
3 years 17 weeks ago

High School Boys Basketball:

Zanesville 43 Dover 40

If there's one phrase that's been the calling card Scott Aronhalt's Blue Devils over the years, it's been "respect winning." It's what gets the Zanesville basketball players out of bed on a summer morning; it's what the Blue Devils continue to do this season.

In a battle between the thirteenth and fourteenth winningest programs in Ohio State basketball history, the...

December 28, 2011 - 4:58pm
3 years 18 weeks ago

High School Boys Basketball:

John Glenn 47 Cambridge 59
JG: Zack Atkins- 16pts; Blake Atkins- 11pts; Heath Dodson- 10pts
C: Kyle Ritz- 20pts; Devon Francis- 13pts

Crooksville 70 Fairfield Christian 68
C: Mitchell Swingle- 28pts, 12reb; Lake Channel- 20pts

Westerville Central 68 Newark 76

High School Girls Basketball:

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December 20, 2011 - 6:05pm
3 years 19 weeks ago

H.S. Boys Basketball:

New Philadelphia 34 Zanesville 52


After the loss to Newark Sunday, coach Scott Aronhalt and his staff challenged his kids to re-commit themselves to the basketball program. Goals were defined again, and some measures were taken to ensure that the Blue Devils were focused on getting better as a team, rather than as individuals.

The New Philadelphia Quakers (3-2, 2-1) were, unfortunately, the first team to...

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