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Tri-Valley Schools golf sign-up info

Attention Tri-Valley Schools prospective golfers: Any students entering grades 6 – 12 who are interested in playing golf for Tri-Valley in the fall should contact Coach Dotson at adotson@tvschools.org. Girls entering grades 9 – 12 should contact Coach Welker at ewelker@tvschools.org.  Please send name, grade, and contact phone number.

A ‘Photo Finish’

The Ohio High School Athletic Association’s announcement on Thursday afternoon, March 12 – that all winter sports season postseason tournaments in the Buckeye state have been postponed indefinitely due to the nation-wide COVID-19 pandemic – understandably deeply disappointed the ‘Final Four’ qualifying Lady Dawgs basketball team (pictured below) of Tri-Valley High School, the trio of

Tri-Valley wrestlers Joseph Eckelberry, Dylan Hines, and A.J. Collins earn State Wrestling Meet berths at ‘The Schott’

by Gregg Meadows The Tri-Valley wrestling team was well-represented last weekend at the Claymont OHSAA D-II District Meet, with seven Scottie matmen competing for a top-four place that would qualify them for a State Meet berth this weekend in Columbus at the Schottenstein Center. Three of those grapplers – junior Joseph Eckelberry and seniors Dylan

Lady Dawgs capture Regional title and Final Four date with thrilling 45-43 overtime win over Circleville; It’s Tri-Valley vs. Napoleon Mar. 12 at St John Arena in final four state semi-final

by Gregg Meadows Friday night, March 6 at Zanesville High School’s Winland Memorial Gymnasium – Coach Kurt Kaufman’s 2019-20 Tri-Valley Lady Dawgs etched their names forever into the annals of their school’s girls’ basketball history books, becoming the fifth TV team to reach the OHSAA final four plateau, with a second straight post-season thriller –

Tri-Valley looks for boys District hoops title and ‘Sweet Sixteen’ spot Saturday, Mar. 7 vs top-seeded Meadowbrook; It’s the Scotties vs Colts at Muskingum University with a 7:00 p.m. tip-off

by Gregg Meadows Coach Todd McLoughlin’s Tri-Valley boys basketball team didn’t get caught looking ahead to a hoped for shot at No. 1 seed Meadowbrook, as the Dawgs took care of business Wednesday night at the Eastern District Division II district semi-final at Cambridge High School, dispatching seventh-seeded St. Clairsville by a 69-48 count. With

Lady Dawgs one win from ‘Final Four’ date after epic 50-48 comeback ‘Sweet Sixteen’ hoops win over Sheridan; TV tackles top-ranked Circleville in Regional title game, Saturday, Mar. 6 at ZHS

by Gregg Meadows Heading into the fourth quarter of Tuesday night’s D-II Regional semi-final against fellow MVL co-champ Sheridan at Zanesville’s jam-packed Winland Memorial Gymnasium, the odds seemed stacked against any kind of a Tri-Valley comeback for a win. Faced with a nine-point deficit, – and without the services of senior standout and four-year starter