Tri-Valley Boys Middle School Basketball

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Scotties Earn Outright MVL Title

The Scottie’s season finale saw them travel to Maysville and defeat the Panthers 60-57. Coming into the game, Tri-Valley had only 2 league losses and a win would clinch an outright MVL title. The Scotties had control early in the game, but Maysville just wouldn’t go away. The Dawgs held a 14 point advantage heading

Scotties Clinch at least a share of MVL Title

Tuesday night, Tri-Valley defeated Crooksville 65-50 to clinch at least a share of the MVL title. Jake McLoughlin led the way for the Dawgs with 22 points on 10/15 shooting from the field. Sophomore guard, Matt King, had yet another solid game scoring 18 points on 5/9 shooting from the field. The Scotties will travel

Scotties Earn Back-to-Back Wins

On Friday, the Scotties hosted the Sheridan Generals and escaped with a 52-47 victory. Matt King led the Scotties with 17 pts and Jake McLoughlin tossed in 12 points and was 10-14 from the free throw line down the stretch. With the win, the Dawgs gained sole possession of 1st place in the MVL with

1980-1981 Boys State Semi- Finalists Inducted into Athletic Hall of Fame

Thirty-six years later: Still the one and only! Pictured above are members of the 1980-81 Tri-Valley boys basketball team, who were the first — and still only — TVHS boys cage club to make it to the ‘Big House’ in Columbus as a final four participant. And for that big feat, the famed Scottie final

Tri-Valley Outlasts John Glenn

Friday night at the Dawg House, one of the biggest games of the year for TV and JG took place. This game had huge MVL implications as JG and TV entered the game in a 3-way tie for first place (TV,JG,SH) seeing each team have 2 league losses. The night began with the induction of

Scotties down Electrics; MVL Showdown Awaits

Tuesday night the Scotties traveled to the Power Plant and defeated the Electrics 63-52. Hot shooting allowed the Scotties to pull out to a 12 point halftime lead. The Scotties continued their hot shooting in the 2nd half and gained a 20 point lead. Turnovers and sluggish shooting in the 4th allowed Philo to climb

Scotties down New Lex; Stay in MVL Hunt

Friday night at the Dawg House, the boys basketball team defeated a pesky New Lexington team 44-40. The game was tight in the first 2 quarters and New Lex took a 17-15 lead into halftime. The Dawgs came out slow in the 3rd quarter and trailed 27-23 entering the final quarter of play. The 4th

Boys’ Locker Room Renovation

Recently, the boys and girls basketball locker rooms were renovated and updated. There were many people who dedicated time and resources to make the project a reality. A special thanks to PJ Longstreth, Century National Bank, AEP, WHIZ Media group, Rich Longaberger, Blaire and Ruth Magaziner, ALR Insurance, The Community Bank, Matt and Melissa Bell,

Scotties down the Raiders

Friday night in Morgan County, the Dawgs outlasted Morgan 56-48 for a key MVL victory. With the win, the Dawgs are now in a 4-way tie for 1st place in the MVL at 7-2 (Morgan, Sheridan, JG). Junior, Jake McLoughlin led the way with 20 pts and 10 boards. Caleb Craig had a solid 10

Scotties Improve to 6-1 in MVL play

Tuesday night at the Dawg House, Tri-Valley boys basketball hosted MVL foe Maysville. Maysville started out shooting well and jumped to a 14-5 lead over the Dawgs after 1 quarter. The 2nd quarter Tri-Valley cranked up pressure on the defensive end and jumped out to a 25-21 lead at the half. The rest of the