They may have lost the school's all time leading rusher and passer in the same season, but don't think Tri-Valley is down on themselves. That is far from the case. In fact Tri-Valley feels like they are getting to the point where they don't rebuild but they reload, and we will see if 2013 is a rebuilding year or reloading year.
Back in 1963, the Jefferson High School basketball team was the toast of the town. Behind Hall of Fame coach Jack Van Reeth, the Jayhawks rolled off back-to-back state championships. Although they were underdogs going into the state tournament, senior Paul Prince hit a game-winning shot at the buzzer to lift them to their first title in school history.
Saturday night, the Tri-Valley Alumni Association honored the members and coaches of the 1963 and 1964 teams.
The second day of the Ohio State Track Meet always presents some surprises and today was no different. Athletes who were favored to place did not and others seemingly came out of no where to claim All-Ohio honors.
Coming into the second day Kaylee Antill of Tri-Valley was a strong favorite to earn All-Ohio honors for the second straight year, but the sophmore truly shined bright after a rough start. Antill's first throw in the Division I discus...