Tri-Valley Boys Varsity Basketball

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Scotties boys basketball drops season opener – 60-54 at The Dawg House – to Sheridan; travel to West M. on Friday, Dec. 6 to battle the Tornadoes

Coach Todd McLoughlin’s Tri-Valley boys basketball team faced a formidable foe Tuesday night, Dec. 4 in their season and home opener at The Dawg House, as the always tough Sheridan Generals came calling to tip-off the 2019-2020 season for both perennial Muskingum Valley League hardwood powers. Try as they might, the Scotties just couldn’t pull

Scottie boys basketball tips off 2019-20 season Tuesday, Dec. 3 at home vs. Sheridan

Coach Todd McLoughlin’s 2019-20 edition of Tri-Valley varsity boys basketball tip-off their season on Tuesday night, December 3 in Dresden at ‘The Dawg House’ against perennial MVL cage contender, the Sheridan Generals. Runners-up to Muskingum Valley League champions John Glenn last season, Coach McLoughlin – who enters his 12th season at the helm of Scottie

Scotties finish regular season with 77-51 Crooksville win; tip-off tourney play on March 1

Saturday afternoon, Feb. 17 in Dresden at The Dawg House, Coach Todd McLoughlin’s Scottie boys basketball team wrapped up the regular season portion of their 2018-19 schedule, welcoming the Crooksville Ceramics to town in a game that was originally slated for February 1, but postponed due to inclement winter weather, and rescheduled. Understandably still deflated

Thanks for the memories!

Pictured below are the five Tri-Valley seniors that were recognized and honored in a pre-game Senior Night ceremony prior to the tip-off the TV vs JG varsity boys basketball game:  Left to right are: Scottie senior basketball player Matt King, TVHS senior cheerleader Emilie Clapper, Scottie senior basketball player Garrett French, TVHS senior cheerleader Emily

Scotties take down Sheridan – 62-57 – in Dawg House classic to keep MVL title hopes alive; travel to Philo Tuesday night, Feb. 12 for key battle with the Electrics

In the short, 11-year history of Tri-Valley High School’s ‘new’ gymnasium, affectionately dubbed – The Dawg House – there have been a bounty of Scottie hoops memorable moments to include thrilling buzzer-beating victories, record-breaking performances, MVL title-deciding battles and – understandably – a few heartbreaking defeats. Not coincidentally, nearly all of those past unforgettable ‘Dawg

Scotties fall to Westerville Central in non-conference boys hoops play; travel to West M., then Sheridan in busy week of hardcourt action

Saturday afternoon in Dresden at The Dawg House, Coach Todd McLoughlin’s Tri-Valley boys varsity basketball team hosted a non-conference contest with fellow Division I foe from two counties away to the west, Westerville Central. The visiting Warhawks owned an overall 8-12 record and as well as a sub-par 3-6 mark in the most competitive, D-I

Scotties edge Morgan 46-43 for hard-earned, key MVL road win; Tri-Valley hosts ‘Basketball-Palooza’ this Saturday Feb. 2, with five games of girls and boys high school hoops action at The Dawg House

Tuesday night, January 29 in McConnellsville, Coach Todd McLoughlin’s Tri-Valley boys basketball used a 16-4 third quarter performance to overtake host Morgan, then hung on in the fourth quarter to take home a key 46-43 Muskingum Valley League win over the host Raiders. The win improved the Scotties record to 11-5 overall, and more importantly,