Tri-Valley Boys Varsity Wrestling

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Scottie wrestlers get big Senior Night win over MVL power New Lexington

by Gregg Meadows Coach Jon Hardman’s Tri-Valley Scottie wrestling team celebrated their Senior Night in style, Wednesday night, Dec. 15 in Dresden at The Dawg House, earning a rare dual meet win over perennial Muskingum Valley League powerhouse New Lexington by a 36-32 count.  The wrestlin’ Scotties sealed the deal over the mighty Panthers by

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

Tri-Valley wrestlers Joseph Eckelberry, Dylan Hines, and A.J. Collins earn State Wrestling Meet berths at ‘The Schott’

by Gregg Meadows The Tri-Valley wrestling team was well-represented last weekend at the Claymont OHSAA D-II District Meet, with seven Scottie matmen competing for a top-four place that would qualify them for a State Meet berth this weekend in Columbus at the Schottenstein Center. Three of those grapplers – junior Joseph Eckelberry and seniors Dylan

Tri-Valley sends seven Scottie matmen to OHSAA D-II Wrestling Claymont District Meet; Top four placers at District earn State Meet berth

by Gregg Meadows Last Saturday, Feb. 29 at the OHSAA D-II Sectional Meet at Steubenville HS, Coach Jon Hardman’s Tri-Valley wrestling team had a strong showing, advancing seven Scottie wrestlers to this weekend’s District Meet at Claymont High School, where the top four placers there will punch their ticket to the holy grail of high

Tri-Valley wrestling boasts trio of MVL champs and runnerup team finish at annual MVL Meet; Scottie matmen compete at D-II Steubenville Sectional Saturday, February 29

Coach Jon Hardman’s Tri-Valley wrestling team did themselves proud on Saturday, Feb. 22 at the annual Muskingum Valley League Meet – held at Crooksville High School. The Scotties moved up a place from last year’s third-place team finish, when they placed behind New Lexington and 2019 MVL champ Sheridan.  This year, TV earned the runnerup

Scottie wrestlers busy on the mats as regular season winds down; MVL Meet set for Feb. 22 at Crooksville

It’s been a busy past few weeks for the Tri-Valley wrestling team, according to head coach Jon Hardman. “The wrestling Scotties fared well at three locations recently,” states Coach Hardman.  “We brought home hardware from the River View Junior Varsity Tournament, with the following athletes enjoying success:” Pictured below are: Ethan Jenkins (3rd – 170),

Scottie matmen enjoy success at Pick. North Panther Wrestling Invite; travel to Austintown Fitch and Utica over weekend, host LV and Philo on Jan. 30 for Senior Night at TVHS

Coach Jon Hardman’s Tri-Valley wrestling team made the most of the ten weight classes they had represented at last Saturday’s (Jan. 18) annual Pickerington North Panther Invitational, as the Scottie matmen had eight of those wrestlers place (with three champions) to total 178 points and earn an impressive  fourth place finish in the 14-team event.

2019-2020 Tri-Valley Wrestling Season Preview; Scottie matmen at Rick Link Invitational at Union Local on Saturday, Dec. 7

“Our upcoming wrestling season is chalked full of promise, as this year’s Tri-Valley squad yields twelve seniors and eight juniors,” states the head coach of TVHS wrestling, Jon Hardman. “Having twenty upperclassmen certainly presents a great opportunity for a season to remember, but they will be tested early and often,” continues Coach Hardman. “This year