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Tri-Valley tabs former player and coach Cam West to head Scottie football fortunes

  TVHS Press Release Tri-Valley High School is pleased to announce that Cameron West will be named head football coach for the Scotties, pending board approval. During his time as quarterback at TVHS, Coach West guided Tri-Valley to their first playoff appearance (2006) and playoff win (2007).  He will now look to continue a successful

Scottie football puts wraps on 2019 season with big 71-20 win at Maysville; finish 2019 gridiron campaign with solid 7-3 season

Tri-Valley football finished off its 2019 gridiron season on a winning note on Friday, November 1 in South Zanesville, defeating the host Maysville Panthers by a whopping 71-20 count at the Maysville Athletic Complex. Second-year coach Kevin Fell saw his Scotties cap a solid 7-3 overall regular-season mark with the win, including a 6-2 mark

Scotties prep for Senior Night home finale vs. West Muskingum; 24-21 setback to John Glenn puts TV MVL title win streak and post season appearance in jeopardy

Tri-Valley will honor its 17 seniors in a pre-game ceremony on Senior Night, this Friday evening, October 25 at Jack Anderson Stadium, in the home finale versus visiting West Muskingum. Last Friday night, the Scotties probably played themselves out of a hoped-for ninth straight MVL football title and post season action as well with their

Scottie football forces three-way tie for MVL lead after 38-21 domination of Sheridan; Dawgs prep for John Glenn invasion on Hall of Fame Night

Make it two-for-two for the football Scotties in Perry County – and make it a second straight outstanding performance as well for Tri-Valley’s Blake Sands. For the second straight week, a road trip to Perry County for Coach Kevin Fell’s Tri-Valley gridiron squad proved productive – and this one came with a big prize, a

Tri-Valley’s Blake Sands’ school record 7 touchdowns pace Scotties to 73-24 win over New Lex; It’s TV vs Sheridan Friday, October 11 in Thornville

Friday night, October 4 at New Lexington, Tri-Valley rode the school-record seven touchdown performance of running back Blake Sands on their way to a 73-24 victory over the host Panthers. The victory improves the Scotties record to 4-2 overall and 3-1 in Muskingum Valley League play. The win sets up yet another big Tri-Valley vs

Football Scotties prep for New Lexington after Philo loss

Second year Tri-Valley gridiron coach Kevin Fell and his Scottie football team have put last Friday’s disappointing 27-17 loss to Philo behind them, and are looking to get back on the winning track this Friday night, October 4, with a road trip to Perry County to face the New Lexington Panthers, at venerable Jim Rockwell

Football Scotties back on winning track with 42-0 Homecoming shutout win over Crooksville; It’s TV vs Philo, Friday Sep. 27 in Dresden at Jack Anderson Stadium

After last week’s disappointing loss to backyard, non-conference rival Zanesville, Coach Kevin Fell’s Tri-Valley football team needed a good performance to get back on the winning track – and they got just that, Friday night, September 20 on Homecoming Night in Dresden at Jack Anderson Stadium, with a 42-0 shutout win over the visiting Crooksville

Scottie football now 2-1 after 28-18 Zanesville defeat

After two big season-opening wins, second–year coach Kevin Fell’s Tri-Valley football squad ran into a Zanesville football team that took advantage of some untimely Scottie errors to eventually record a 28-18 Blue Devil win over the back and gold, Friday night, September 13, in front of a packed house – and picturesque full moon –

Scotties take MVL opener with 44-13 Morgan win; TV’s Blake Sands leads way with 5 TD’s; It’s Dawgs vs Devils, Friday night, Sep. 13 at ZHS

Coach Kevin Fell’s TV Scottie footballers opened up defense of TVHS’s extraordinary eight straight Muskingum Valley League gridiron titles with their 2019 conference opener, Friday night, September 6 at Morgan. The Dawgs scored early and often against the host Raiders, building a big halftime lead, then utilizing a second-half running clock on their way to