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Tri-Valley wrestling Scotties celebrate 2018-19 season with annual awards and recognition banquet

Back on April 2, in the Tri-Valley High School cafetorium, Coach Jon Hardman and his Scottie wrestling team celebrated their successful 2018-19 wrestling season with their annual awards banquet. Coach Hardman distributed hard-earned first year varsity letters to: Coleson McCullough, Joseph Boyd, Isaiah Armstrong, Cai Reynolds, David Coleman, Andy Hill, and team statisticians, Dakota Higgins

Tri-Valley senior wrestler Sky Wisecarver earns second straight D-I OHSAA Individual State Wrestling Meet appearance

Tri-Valley High wrestling senior Sky Wisecarver is headed back to the OHSAA Division I Individual Wrestling State Tournament –  this weekend at OSU’s Schottenstein Center –  for the second straight year, joining a select few of Scottie wrestlers who have earned multiple trips to the holy grail of high school wrestling. Wisecarver’s third place overall

Scottie matmen earn third place at MVL Meet; TV’s Joseph Eckelberry wrestles to MVL title; Tri-Valley competes this weekend in Sectionals at Marysville High School

Coach Jon Hardman’s Tri-Valley wrestling team finished in third place at Saturday’s annual – and regular-season ending –  Muskingum Valley League Meet. Sheridan won the meet with 161 points, followed by runnerup New Lexington with 147.5 points, then Tri-Valley, with 140 points. Scottie sophomore Joseph Eckelberry earned an MVL title at the 126 pound weight

Scottie senior wrestler Sky Wisecarver earns 100th career win; TV competes at OHSAA Regional Dual Tournament this weekend at Hilliard Darby HS

Congratulations to Tri-Valley senior wrestler Sky Wisecarver, who hit a milestone on the mats this past weekend, earning career win No. 100 during competition at the Mason Boyd Memorial Tournament at Watkins Memorial.  Wisecarver, a state qualifier last season for the wrestling Scotties, finished in third place in the 106 pound weight class at the prestigious