Tri-Valley Girls Varsity Basketball

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Lady Dawgs now tied atop MVL girls hoop standings after Sheridan loss; TV hosts Mt Vernon Monday night Jan. 27 in Dresden at The Dawg House

by Gregg Meadows In front of a jam-packed Dawg House crowd in Dresden, the Muskingum Valley League’s two top teams – both state-ranked – met on Saturday night, January 25, with the MVL leading Lady Dawgs hosting second place Sheridan. Tri-Valley earned ‘Round One’ honors with their 41-33 victory over SHS back on Dec. 14

State-ranked Lady Dawgs ‘stay the course’ with Philo win to keep unbeaten MVL mark intact. Next up:  A pair of D-II state-ranked powers collide in Dresden for conference control, as Sheridan’s January 25 visit to TVHS’s ‘Dawg House’ takes center stage

by Gregg Meadows The STAGE is set. On January 25 in Dresden at The Dawg House, all Muskingum Valley League girl’s basketball eyes will be – and should be – aligned on the MVL ‘second-round’ Tri-Valley vs. Sheridan match-up – as a pair of D-II state-ranked powers are scheduled for a special Saturday night tip-off

Lady Dawgs stay unbeaten in MVL play with 64-41 win at Morgan

Coach Kurt Kaufman’s Tri-Valley girls basketball team hiked it’s unblemished Muskingum Valley League mark to 10-0 Saturday afternoon, January 11 with their 64-41 victory over the host Morgan Lady Raiders. The Lady Dawgs – now 12-2 overall – jumped out to a 19-11 lead at the first break, powered by senior Audrey Spiker’s seven points,

Lady Dawgs pick up important 55-42 hoops win over Maysville; unbeaten MVL leaders at Morgan Jan. 11

Coach Kurt Kaufman’s Tri-Valley girls basketball team kept their perfect conference record intact Wednesday night, January 8 in Dresden, earning their ninth straight Muskingum Valley League win with a hard-earned, come-from-behind 55-42 victory over the visiting Maysville Lady Panthers. The Lady Dawgs trailed at the first two breaks, but parlayed a 20-8 third quarter advantage

Lady Dawgs prep for Jan. 8 Maysville hoop visit; TV atop MVL with 8-0 record

Coach Kurt Kaufman’s Tri-Valley girls basketball team hit the road on Saturday, January 4 for a trip to New Concord to face the host John Glenn Lady Muskies, and came home with a 45-19 win. The win improved the Lady Dawgs overall record to 10-2 on the 2019-20 season and a still perfect mark of

Lady Dawgs drop pair of tough non-conference contests in holiday tourneys; tip-off 2020 with Saturday Jan. 4 trip to John Glenn, then home vs Maysville on Jan. 8

Coach Kurt Kaufman’s Tri-Valley girls’ basketball team found the going a little rocky in back-to-back road contests in out-of-conference (and holiday tourney) play recently, falling by a 50-41 count on Friday, Dec. 27 to D-II powerhouse Circleville, then – just 48 hours later – dropping a nip-and-tuck 52-50 decision to a talented D-I opponent, Massillon

Tri-Valley girls basketball takes 9-0 record into holiday weekend road battles with powerhouse opponents; 59-38 Morgan win a good tune-up for expected tests vs. Circleville and Massillon Jackson

Coach Kurt Kaufman’s Lady Dawg cagers kept their unbeaten record intact with a 59-38 win over the visiting Morgan Lady Raiders on Saturday, Dec. 21 in Dresden at The Dawg House. Tri-Valley sprinted out to a 19-10 lead over Morgan at the first break, then never looked back in posting their ninth victory of the

Lady Dawg basketball passes big test at Sheridan with 41-33 win; unbeaten MVL leaders at Crooksville Dec. 18, return home on Saturday, December 21 for date with Morgan at The Dawg House

Bear Bryant – the late, great Alabama football coaching legend – is credited with the quote: “Offense sells tickets, but defense wins championships.” And although it’s still early in the season, Coach Kurt Kaufman’s TVHS girls basketball team just gave defending Muskingum Valley League champion Sheridan – and the rest of the league – a