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Big Red looks to bounce back

STEUBENVILLE — Suffice it to say Linsly’s Cadets will be jumping from the frying pan into the fire when they march into Harding Stadium Friday for a date with Big Red. The 3-1 Cadets are coming off a 35-14 loss to St. Clairsville. Due to COVID-related issues, that contest was arranged 34 ...

Bellaire will be a tough test for Creek

WINTERSVILLE – With four straight losses to open the season and a week off due to COVID, the last thing that Indian Creek might need to see Friday night is an unbeaten Bellaire team, which has been punishing opponents, coming to town for a Buckeye 8 football contest. However, that is ...

Edison, Toronto ready for key match up

RICHMOND — Edison and Toronto will meet at 7 p.m. Friday night, each looking to bounce back, at the Edison Unified Sports Complex as the Wildcats celebrate homecoming. Both teams enter this week’s matchup coming off road losses. Edison lost to Beaver Local, 27-21, Friday night at Fighting ...

CCHS prepping to face ‘toughest’ opponent

STEUBENVILLE — Catholic Central will open the second half of its 2021 season by facing what coach Anthony Agresta considers “the best team on our schedule.” Barnesville’s talented Shamrocks will bring a 3-1 record to Harding Stadium Saturday for the ninth all-time meeting between the ...

Huskies looking to rekindle upset magic

ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Harrison Central head coach Anthony Hayes knows the task his Huskies are facing Friday night when they travel to St. Clairsville. He also knows from experience, as tough as it may be, it’s not an impossible one to conquer. “Our kids are well aware of the tall task ...

No. 8 Shadyside to host River on Friday night

SHADYSIDE — To say Shadyside has had River’s number since the turn of the century would not be an understatement. The Tigers have lost to the Pilots just once in 14 meetings. They’ll look to continue that success rate on Friday night at Fleming Field when they celebrate homecoming — ...