West Muskingum pulled a clean sweep at home on Tuesday, beating Harrison Central in straight sets in volleyball and edging Indian Creek, 2-1, in boys soccer. The Lady Tornadoes next take on Tusky Valley, while the Tornadoes are set to battle John Glenn. Both games are on Saturday.
The Maysville Panthers traveled to New Concord on Saturday to try to take down the defending MVL Champs, the John Glenn Muskies. They got off to a solid start but failed to convert as John Glenn showed off why they are one of the top teams in the area.
There have been several athletes to pass through the halls of Tri-Valley that have gone on to earn scholarships at the next level. On Thursday, April 12th, two more joining the list of Scotties to continue their athletic careers at the next level. Peyton Miller (volleyball) and Kalyn Hanby (softball) both signing with West Liberty University, just outside of Wheeling, West Virginia.
Miller, a three year letterwinner was the 2011 team MVP, while also achieving a unanimous...
Despite out-shooting the Lady Knights, River View suffered their fifth and final loss of the year in extra time, while the Knights won their first district title. The golden goal was scored by Jordan Buchanan.
Tri-Valley's season comes to an end with a tough loss to Westerville South. The Scotties fell behind 4-0 at halftime and couldn't respond with a victory. Tri-Valley finishes the year 12-5 overall, with an undefeated, untied league record.
Maysville improved to 10-4 in the MVL, 12-8 overall with a four-set win over John Glenn (10-10, 8-6). The Muskies pulled out the first set, just edging the Panthers 26-24. Maysville responded, rolling off three straight...