Tri-Valley graduate, Rebecca Wheeler, received this year's Fred and Herman Dreier scholarship.
She was awarded the scholarship of $10,000 a year for four years, due to her impressive academic record. Wheeler excelled in high school with a 4.0 GPA and an ACT score of 35. While at Tri-Valley, she also participated in a variety of extra-curricular activities.
"It's awesome, I'm so excited to not really have to worry as much about taking out loans, it's just an amazing feeling...
Tri-Valley senior thrower Kaylee Antill set two personal records on Saturday, winning the Division I discus with throw of 157 feet, 7 inches and finishing third in shot put with a throw of 45 feet, 10 inches.
Ridgewood's boys 4X100 meter relay team also brought home the gold, taking the Division III title with a time of 43:962 seconds.
After 16 years and 235 wins, Marty Bice is no longer the head girls basketball coach at Tri-Valley. Bice confirmed on Wednesday that his contract was non-renewed by the school board.
"The 16 years I coached at Tri-Valley were, I would say, awesome," Bice said. "Sure I was disappointed but that's totally within (the schools administration's) right to be able to do that. That's their decision and you've just got to live with it and move on. I've had a great run and we've...
Camden Craig scored the game-winner with 10 seconds left to help Tri-Valley upend 6-seed New Albany, 52-48, at Jimmy Allen Gymnasium. The Dawgs march on to battle Newark in the district final this Saturday at 8:30 p.m. at Ohio Dominican University.
Thanks to the Hunger Games movies, and shows like Arrow, archery has become the fastest growing sport in the world.
Today Tri-Valley Schools held their state qualifying archery competition. Over 460 students from teams all across Ohio came out to showcase their archery skills, and battle for a spot in the state competition. The Dog's Middle School Archery Coach, Doug Lindsley, explains the competition.
"It's an international shooting, so we shoot in meters. So they start at...