West Muskingum scored all of its points in the 4th quarter en route to a 13-7 victory over John Glenn at Whirlwind Stadium. Cameron Strauss scored both touchdowns for the Tornadoes, including the 55-yard game-winner on a pass from Gunner Hazen.
Chase Roberts found the end zone three times and Maysville raced past Crooksville, 41-15, in the MVL opener at Village Park. The Panthers jumped out to a 21-0 lead and carried a 21-8 advantage into the half. Roberts' touchdowns were on gains of 54, 51 and 47 yards. Maysville hosts New Lexington next Friday while Crooksville travels to John D. Sulsberger Stadium to battle Rosecrans next Saturday.
By many standards, the Zanesville football team had a successful 2012 season. The Devils went 9-1 before falling short to Canal Winchester in the opening round of the playoffs. But evere since, the Devils have had a bitter taste in their mouth.
This season, head coach Chad Grandstaff returns a star studded cast that will stop nothing short of a state championship. The Devils begin their regular season journey Friday night at home against Newark at Sulsberger Stadium.
For years, Crooksville football has prided itself with some of the best tradition in Perry County. But recently, the Ceramics haven't lived up to their winning ways of old. Second year head coach Brent Gorby is determined to turn that around this season when he tries to lead Crooksville to its first winning season in three years.
The Ceramics return an experienced group of upperclassmen, including ten senior, that hope to give them an advantage this season. Senior quarterback...
The high school football season is almost two months away, but the first game of 2013 will be played this Friday night, with county bragging rights on the line. The annual Muskingum Valley-Licking County All Star game kicks off Friday, allowing graduated seniors one more chance to shine under the lights.
The Muskingum Valley squad wrapped up their final preparations Wednesday night at Sulsberger Stadium. Zanesville Head Coach Chad Grandstaff leads the Muskingum side that will...
In what began as a defensive battle, Tri-Valley's ground and pound approach finished off John Glenn in the second half. The Scotties held the Muskies to 139 yards - just 13 of the them coming through the air - while Tri-Valley piled up 580 yards of total offense. Leading 19-0 after three quarters, the Dawgs added two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to move to a perfect 8-0. John Glenn fell to 5-3 on the season.