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Tri-Valley Lady Dawg basketball team honored at annual awards banquet

  by Gregg Meadows Thursday evening, March 21, within the spacious confines of Tri-Valley High School’s cafetorium, fourth-year Lady Dawg basketball coach Kurt Kaufman presided over his end-of-the-season awards and recognition banquet, in front of a good-sized crowd of parents, grandparents and supporters of the Lady Dawg basketball program. The evening opened with Coach Kaufman

Lady Dawgs drop 56-54 heartbreaker to favored Westerville South in D-I Distric semi-final; finish season at 19-5

by Gregg Meadows Coach Kurt Kaufman’s Tri-Valley girls basketball team entered it’s second round, D-I District semi-final contest against highly-touted Westerville South as the decided under ‘dawg’, but didn’t play like one, giving the Lady Wildcats all they wanted – and more – before falling off the tournament trail with a 56-54 loss, ending it’s

Lady Dawgs ‘cut down the nets’ with D-I, Central District Sectional title win at home over Walnut Ridge; advance to Feb. 27 District date vs Westerville South

Coach Kurt Kaufman’s Tri-Valley girls basketball team’s first step onto the 2019 tournament trail was a good one, as the host Lady Dawgs defeated visiting Columbus Walnut Ridge 62-42, Friday night, February 22 in Dresden at the Dawg House to claim a Central District, Division I Sectional title, and advance to District tourney action. Fourteenth-seeded

Lady Dawgs finish regular season with 18-4 record; prep for Friday, Feb. 22 tournament opener vs Walnut Ridge

Monday night, February 11, Coach Kurt Kaufman’s Tri-Valley girls basketball team slipped out of Muskingum Valley League play – and Muskingum County – for their regular season finale, traveling to play fellow D-I, Central District competitor, Reynoldsburg. Despite jumping out to a 13-10 lead at the first break, the Lady Dawgs suffered just their fourth

Lady Dawgs whip West Muskingum 69-28 on Senior Night; close out regular season Monday, Feb. 11 on the road for ‘tourney tune-up’ at non-conference Reynoldsburg

Saturday night, February 9 in Dresden at The Dawg House, Coach Kurt Kaufman’s TV Lady Dawg hoopsters defeated the visiting West Muskingum Lady Tornadoes 69-28 to rack up their 18th win in 21 outings for the 2018-19 season, while finishing the Muskingum Valley League portion of their schedule with a solid 13-3 mark, good for

Lady Dawgs rally falls short at Sheridan; Tri-Valley honors senior hoopsters Laiken Little and Savanna Moran Saturday night, Feb. 9 at The Dawg House, in regular season home finale

by Gregg Meadows Wednesday night’s Muskingum Valley League girls hoops showdown – between visiting Tri-Valley and the host Sheridan Lady Generals – came down to one of the most basic of basketball fundamentals — rebounding. For the record, Sheridan defeated Tri-Valley 38-34, securing a share of a third straight conference crown for the Lady Generals,

With the MVL title on the line, the stage is set for TV vs Sheridan ‘Round Two’ after the Lady Dawgs take care of business with 78-41 win at Crooksville

The stage is set. Monday night, February 4 at Crooksville, Coach Kurt Kaufman’s Tri-Valley girls basketball team took care of business just 48 hours before their biggest game of the regular season, as the visiting Lady Dawgs downed the host Lady Ceramics 78-41, setting the stage for their Wednesday night road trip to Thornville, to

Lady Dawgs whip Morgan 78-53; travel to Crooksville Monday, then MVL leading Sheridan on Wednesday, Feb. 6

Saturday afternoon, February 2 in Dresden at The Dawg House, Coach Kurt Kaufman’s Tri-Valley Lady Dawg basketball team exacted a measure of revenge against Morgan, defeating the visiting Lady Raiders 78-53, to improve their Muskingum Valley League record to 11-2, remaining just a game behind league-leading Sheridan in the loss column. The win in ‘Round

Lady Dawg hoopsters post epic 44-43 comeback win over Cincinnati Sycamore in 16th annual ‘Classic in the Country’ tournament

Organizers of the 16th annual ‘Classic in the Country’ call it one of the most improbable wins – and remarkable comebacks – in the history of the renowned three-day festival of basketball, held over – and to commemorate –  the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend, in the Holmes County tiny hamlet of Berlin, Ohio. Facing