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Sectional champs: Waterford sweeps Symmes Valley; Trimble awaits

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WATERFORD —A complete effort from Waterford propelled it to a 25-18, 25-11, 25-21 straight-set sweep of Symmes Valley on Wednesday night from the Harry Cooper Annex, and it gave the squad another Division IV Sectional crown in the process. The victory sets up the Wildcats on a date with ...

Marietta, Warren girls soccer dominant in sectional openers

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DEVOLA — There was no looking ahead for the Marietta Tigers in Tuesday’s tournament opener against Washington Court House at Jerry Brock Field. The Tigers were focused on the task at hand, the Blue Lions, and took care of business in the form of a 13-0 victory. With the win, Marietta ...

Cadets, Tigers, Golden Eagles claim league titles

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BELMONT— For the second straight season, the Fort Frye volleyball team has won the Ohio Valley Athletic Conference 3A championship. The Cadets (20-2) defeated Shenandoah in four sets by scores of 25-17, 25-27, 25-22 and 25-11 Saturday at Union Local High School to claim the trophy. Fort ...

Dailey Double

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WATERFORD — The Waterford Wildcats celebrated senior night in grand fashion Friday night with a 27-14 win over the visiting Caldwell Redskins. Wildcat senior tailback Holden Dailey had a huge night in his final regular season home game as he gained 220 yards on 27 carries while scoring ...

Williamstown remains sharp, downs Tyler

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KIDWELL, W.Va — The running duo of signal-caller Maxwell Molessa and tailback Rickie Allen were just too much for host Tyler Consolidated to handle here Friday night in a battle of ranked Class A Little Kanawha Conference programs as No. 5 Williamstown rolled past the No. 14 Silver Knights, ...

PREP FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Cadets overpower Chieftains, 49-14

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From staff reports BEVERLY — Fort Frye outscored Logan 28-0 in the first quarter, led 42-0 at halftime and eventually won 49-14 on senior night Friday. Ian Ellis was a perfect 6 for 6 passing for the Cadets with four touchdowns and no picks. Braxton Brown caught four passes for 112 yards ...