Tri-Valley Girls Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 17 - 3
  • Conference Record: 8 - 1

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Lady Dawgs improve to 7-2 with 61-55 New Philadelphia win

Coach Kurt Kaufman’s Tri-Valley’s girls basketball team boarded the bus Monday night, Dec. 21 for a road trip to New Philadelphia, and returned to TVHS later that night with a victory – a 61-55 win over a competitive Lady Quaker team. The win improved the Lady Dawgs to 7-2 overall on the 2020-21 season. Tri-Valley

Lady Dawg hoopsters improve to 4-1 in MVL action after pair of conference wins

Coach Kurt Kaufman’s Tri-Valley’s girls basketball team bounced back from last week’s Sheridan loss with a pair of Muskingum Valley League wins – a 79-37 win at home on Dec. 17 over visiting John Glenn, then a 45-22 victory on the road at Philo on Saturday, Dec. 19. The wins improved the Lady Dawgs to

Lady Dawgs welcome John Glenn to Dawg House Dec. 16 after Sheridan loss

Coach Kurt Kaufman’s Tri-Valley’s girls basketball team look to rebound from their disappointing Sheridan loss with a pair of Muskingum Valley League contests this week — Wed., Dec. 16 at home at The Dawg House versus John Glenn, then a road trip to Philo on Saturday, Dec. 19 to play the Lady Electrics at The

Lady Dawgs improve to 4-1 with Meadowbrook win; travel to Sheridan, Friday Dec. 12

Coach Kurt Kaufman’s Tri-Valley girls basketball team welcomed one of the Muskingum Valley League’s newest members – the Meadowbrook Lady Colts – to Dresden for a Wednesday night, Dec. 9 tip-off at the Dawg Pound, and came out on the winning end of a 70-35 score. The win improved the Lady Dawg’s overall record to

Lady Dawgs pass early-season test with 61-49 Maysville win

Coach Kurt Kaufman’s Tri-Valley girls basketball team welcomed Maysville to Dresden for a Saturday, Dec. 5 noon-time tip-off at the Dawg Pound, and came out on the winning end of a 61-49 verdict over the always competitive Lady Panthers. The win improved TV’s record to 3-1 overall on the season, and 2-0 in Muskingum Valley

A ‘Photo Finish’

The Ohio High School Athletic Association’s announcement on Thursday afternoon, March 12 – that all winter sports season postseason tournaments in the Buckeye state have been postponed indefinitely due to the nation-wide COVID-19 pandemic – understandably deeply disappointed the ‘Final Four’ qualifying Lady Dawgs basketball team (pictured below) of Tri-Valley High School, the trio of

Lady Dawgs capture Regional title and Final Four date with thrilling 45-43 overtime win over Circleville; It’s Tri-Valley vs. Napoleon Mar. 12 at St John Arena in final four state semi-final

by Gregg Meadows Friday night, March 6 at Zanesville High School’s Winland Memorial Gymnasium – Coach Kurt Kaufman’s 2019-20 Tri-Valley Lady Dawgs etched their names forever into the annals of their school’s girls’ basketball history books, becoming the fifth TV team to reach the OHSAA final four plateau, with a second straight post-season thriller –

Lady Dawgs one win from ‘Final Four’ date after epic 50-48 comeback ‘Sweet Sixteen’ hoops win over Sheridan; TV tackles top-ranked Circleville in Regional title game, Saturday, Mar. 6 at ZHS

by Gregg Meadows Heading into the fourth quarter of Tuesday night’s D-II Regional semi-final against fellow MVL co-champ Sheridan at Zanesville’s jam-packed Winland Memorial Gymnasium, the odds seemed stacked against any kind of a Tri-Valley comeback for a win. Faced with a nine-point deficit, – and without the services of senior standout and four-year starter