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Crawford shines for second-straight season

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STEUBENVILLE — Suffice it to say, Big Red’s Tayveon Crawford had a football season to remember. The talented senior tailback rushed for 1,902 yards on 281 carries (he averaged 6.8 yards per trip) and scored 27 touchdowns as Big Red posted a 6-3 regular season record. For his efforts, ...

Three Huskies, one Panther paved the way in Division V

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The East District announced its awards for the 2019 football season, and four local players — three from Harrison Central and one from Buckeye Local — headline the Division V list. From the Huskies, junior quarterback Kobe Mitchell, senior running back Cale McAfee and senior defensive ...

Collaros, Blue Bombers advance to Grey Cup

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REGINA, Saskatchewan (AP) — Zach Collaros, a Big Red graduate, threw for 267 yards and a touchdown, Justin Medlock kicked four field goals and the Winnipeg Blue Bombers advanced to the Grey Cup with a 20-3 victory over the Saskatchewan Roughriders on Sunday in the Canadian Football Leagueís ...

Poland Seminary shuts down, eliminates Indian Creek, 35-0

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SALEM — Indian Creek’s group of 15 seniors gave veteran head coach Andrew Connor and the Redskin community a season to remember. Unfortunately, it came to an end Saturday night inside Salem’s Sebo Stadium. The Redskins, who drop the curtain with a program-best 10 wins, fell 35-0 to ...

Perfect end to Oak Glen’s perfect season

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CHARLESTON — The Oak Glen girls volleyball team had so much fun in its first 37 matches, but there was much more to play for in the final one. The top-seeded Golden Bears rallied from a two-game deficit to knock off second-seeded Shady Spring, 15-25, 23-25, 25-23, 25-17, 15-5, in the West ...

Madonna concludes season after big defeat

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WEST UNION — The No. 1 seed showed why it is the No. 1 seed. A 57-7 win for the Doddridge County Bulldogs over the Madonna Blue Dons advanced them to the next round of the Class A playoffs against East Hardy following EHHS’s 12-7 win against Midland Trail. Three Reese Burnside scores ...

Field, No. 2 Ohio State beats Rutgers, 56-21

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PISCATAWAY, N.J. (AP) — Fresh off another rout, Justin Fields and No. 2 Ohio State was looking ahead. Because chances are the next couple of games figure to be a bit tougher for the Buckeyes. Fields threw for a career-high 305 yards and matched his best with four touchdown passes as Ohio ...