Tri-Valley Boys Varsity Baseball

  • Overall Record: 15 - 10
  • Conference Record: 13 - 3

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Diamond Dawgs take tourney opener with 5-2 win over Hilliard Davidson; play Westerville Central May 15 for D-I, Central District Sectional title

Monday night, May 13 in Dresden at Kenny Wolford Park, Coach Kevin Yoder’s Tri-Valley varsity baseball team rallied for four runs in the bottom of the fifth inning, then hung on for a 5-2 victory over the visiting Hilliard Davidson Wildcats, in the D-I, Central District tournament opener for both clubs. The win improved the

Diamond Dawgs earn share of 2019 MVL baseball title with John Glenn, Sheridan wins

What a 24 hours it was for the Diamond Dawgs! With their backs to the wall and needing a pair of regular season ending, back-to-back wins on consecutive days against two formidable foes, Coach Kevin Yoder’s Tri-Valley varsity baseball team delivered in the clutch, getting a thrilling 5-4 extra-inning Tuesday night, May 7 win over

Nine Scottie senior student-athletes recognized at TVHS College Signing Night

On Monday night, May 6 in the Tri-Valley High School cafetorium, the school hosted its first ‘College Recognition Night.’  TVHS athletic director Erin Nezbeth presided over the event, lauding the accomplishments of nine Scottie senior student-athletes in attendance that are going on to compete at the college level.  (Tri-Valley senior softball standout Savannah Shumway signed

Scottie baseball stays one game out of MVL lead after 8-4 Crooksville win

Coach Kevin Yoder’s Tri-Valley varsity baseball team got the job done Monday night, April 29 on the road at Crooksville, defeating the host Ceramics 8-4, and avenging one of their three ‘Round One’ conference losses on the 2019 season.  Back on April 11 in Dresden, Crooksville jumped on Scottie pitchers for 17 hits, and walloped the

Diamond Dawgs set stage for big Sheridan game with 10-0 West M. win

Wednesday night in Dresden at Kenny Wolford Park, Coach Kevin Yoder’s Tri-Valley varsity baseball team defeated the visiting West Muskingum Tornadoes 10-0. The win sets the stage for a scheduled Thursday night, April 25 showdown at Sheridan with the host Generals, who own a one-game lead over Tri-Valley and John Glenn in the race for

Diamond Dawgs blank Maysville 4-0 to stay one back of MVL leading Sheridan

Monday night, April 22 at the Maysville Athletic Complex, Coach Kevin Yoder’s Tri-Valley varsity baseball team shutout the host Panthers 4-0 to improve their Muskingum Valley League record to 8-3, and hike their overall mark for the 2019 season to 9-6. The win keeps the Diamond Dawgs just one back in the loss column to