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Warren boys’ hoops coach ‘wired for sound’ at Meadowbrook

January 1, 2015 Warren had an off-shooting night against host Meadowbrook in the Newt Oliver Basketball Classic championship game last Saturday night, and consequently the Warriors dropped a 68-57 decision. more »»

Women earn spot in men’s realm

January 1, 2015 A sport that has seen its overall media coverage fall by the wayside in the past 10-15 years, bowling has taken on a new image during its darker times. more »»

Meyer deserved to be honored

December 26, 2014 Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer would be the first to tell you that The Associated Press’ announcement of the 2014 coach of the year was the furthest thing from his mind Wednesday. more »»

Waterford at Fort Frye in a must-see girls hoops game

December 25, 2014 An after-Christmas varsity girls’ basketball treat is scheduled when Fort Frye hosts Waterford in a non-conference game Saturday night at 7:30 p.m. more »»

Marietta better than its ranking

December 22, 2014 Marietta College was ranked No. 24 in Week 4’s D3hoops.com men’s Top 25 poll. That’s OK, and the recognition is appreciated. more »»

Tuesday to feature a must-see BB game

December 18, 2014 As far as must-see games on the Warren boys’ basketball schedule, the one at Wheeling Park Tuesday night, two days before Christmas, could be a dand. more »»

MC men off to yet another hot start

December 16, 2014 In what has become an annual occurrence for the Marietta College men’s basketball team, the Pioneers are off to an impressive start to the season. more »»

‘Showdown game’ now in January

December 11, 2014 Here we go again. Warren High was scheduled to host Athens High in a boys’ basketball game Dec. 20. more »»

Selection Committee made good choices

December 9, 2014 After a wild 2014 regular season, college football’s Playoff Selection Committee was put in a very tough spot. more »»

Unique numbers for Blue Devils

December 6, 2014 Call it fate. Call it coincidental. Call it pure circumstance. Whatever the phenomenon, something very eerie appeared in a text message received by St. more »»

Biehl killing it on the course

December 5, 2014 Shawnee State runner Sarah Biehl took a break from cramming for final exams this week to reflect on the past month. more »»

Prepare for a thrilling state final

December 4, 2014 After Williamstown’s 41-32 victory over Marietta back in September, I wrote that senior quarterback Dakota Watson did everything but drive the team bus for the Yellowjackets as he shredded the... more »»

Musings on the winter campaign

November 27, 2014 Some thoughts on the upcoming winter season in prep sports, which is set to start next week. more »»

Tigers ‘practicing like crazy’

November 13, 2014 Marietta High’s boys basketball team is hoping one day, like maybe even this winter, to be the talk and toast of the tow. more »»

Cougars gave it their all

November 6, 2014 Even after last Friday night’s 25-22 setback at upset-minded Hannibal River, Frontier High’s football team still had a pulse as far as postseason participation was concerned. The N. more »»

Would’ve been a good match

October 30, 2014 A couple of years ago in late August of 2012, Warren hosted Parkersburg High in a scheduled early season boys’ soccer match. more »»

Warriors impressive, fun to watch

October 27, 2014 Since Andrew Johnson has been at the helm, Warren has compiled an impressive boys’ soccer resume with four straight district, sectional and league championships. more »»

‘Tired’ in a good way

October 23, 2014 After Warren defeated South Point 2-1 to claim a sectional title at the Devola Soccer Complex last Saturday, 26-year-old Andrew Johnson was exhausted. more »»

Warriors’ defense tops

October 20, 2014 Warren had a game plan, and essentially it was to stop South Point’s Matt Krivan, a scoring machine from the Czech Republic. more »»

Friday nite ‘fumbilitis’

October 16, 2014 If you looked at some of last Friday night’s area prep football box scores, one stat in particular stood out like a throbbing, sore thumb: fumbles and fumbles lost. more »»

 
 
 

 

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