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All Teams Schedule: Week of Feb 17 – Feb 23

Feb 20 Coed Varsity Swimming at State Tournament TBA | C.T. Branin Natatorium Feb 21 Boys Middle School Wrestling vs. MVL Tournament 4:00 pm | Crooksville High School Feb 21 Boys Junior Varsity Basketball vs. Philo High School 6:00 pm | Tri-Valley High School Feb 21 Boys Varsity Basketball vs. Philo High School 7:30 pm

Lady Dawgs tip-off tourney season with 65-25 Carrollton win; host Meadowbrook at TVHS on Wed., February 19 in D-II East District Sectional semi-final

by Gregg Meadows Coach Kurt Kaufman’s Tri-Valley girls’ basketball team tipped-off the postseason in impressive style on Saturday, February 15 on their home floor, as the No. 1 East District seeded Lady Dawgs dispatched No. 17th seeded Carrollton 65-25 in the tournament opener for both squads. The victory gave the Lady Dawgs their 20th overall

Scotties a game away from share of MVL boys hoop title after 59-41 John Glenn win; host Philo Feb. 21 at Dawg House for chance at share of 2019-20 cage conference crown

by Gregg Meadows Coach Todd McLoughlin’s Tri-Valley boy’s basketball team is just one step away from capturing a share of the 2019-20 Muskingum Valley League hoops title, after their decisive 59-41 win Tuesday night, Feb. 11 against the John Glenn Muskies in New Concord at a jam-packed ‘Fish Tank.’ The important victory kept the Scotties

Lady Dawgs earn school’s 17th MVL hoops crown with 54-45 Maysville win; TV hosts Carrollton in D-II East District tourney opener Sat., Feb. 15 in Dresden at The Dawg House

by Gregg Meadows Call them ‘bookend basketball titles’ — for their high school careers. Tri-Valley senior basketball standouts Kyndal Howe, Lauren King, and Audrey Spiker have been an integral part of the Lady Dawgs success since their freshman year, when they hit the varsity hardwood running, helping their team to a share of the 2016-17

Tri-Valley victory at Crooksville comes with an added bonus – a Sheridan loss; Scottie and Generals now tied atop MVL boys hoops standings

by Gregg Meadows After falling a game behind league-leading Sheridan midway through the 2019-20 season, Coach Todd Mcloughlin’s Tri-Valley boys basketball team knew that they would have to care of the only thing they could – and that was winning.  It would be up to another MVL team to knock the mighty Generals from their

Lady Dawgs one win away from 2019-20 MVL girls basketball title

Coach Kurt Kaufman’s Muskingum Valley League co-leading Tri-Valley girl’s basketball team is just one win away from at least a share of the 2019-20 conference crown, after the Lady Dawgs defeated the visiting Crooksville Lady Ceramics by a 91-15 count, Wednesday night, February 5 in Dresden at The Dawg House, on Senior Night. The Lady

Scottie swimmers enjoy success in talented field at annual SEOSL Meet

by Mike Stirling Tri-Valley swimmers were back in a “large pond” as they traveled to Kenyon College to compete in the Southeastern Ohio Swim League Championships (SEOSL) on Saturday, February 1. Once again, the Scotties performed well.  The boy’s squad finished 3rd in a field of 15 behind strong teams from River View and Marietta,

Scotties stay in thick of MVL boys hoop race with Maysville win; road date wins with Crooksville (Feb. 7), then John Glenn (Feb. 11) needed for conference title hopes

by Gregg Meadows While ‘payback’ may have been on the minds of the Tri-Valley boys basketball team – heading into their Tuesday night, Feb 4 matchup with Maysville in Dresden – staying in the Muskingum Valley League race was what really mattered, as the Scotties and Panthers hooked up at The Dawg House for a

Scottie wrestlers busy on the mats as regular season winds down; MVL Meet set for Feb. 22 at Crooksville

It’s been a busy past few weeks for the Tri-Valley wrestling team, according to head coach Jon Hardman. “The wrestling Scotties fared well at three locations recently,” states Coach Hardman.  “We brought home hardware from the River View Junior Varsity Tournament, with the following athletes enjoying success:” Pictured below are: Ethan Jenkins (3rd – 170),