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Loy Erupts as PC Handles Hornets

December 6, 2017 Paden City’s Hannah Loy outscored the Hundred team, 25-20, to lead Paden City to a 60-20 mutual season-opening victory on Nov. 28, inside the Bob Burton Gymnasiu. more »»

Wildcats Begin Inaugural Wrestling Season Tonight

December 6, 2017 Paden City High School opened its doors as a 9-12 school in 1951 and graduated its first class in 1952. As of 2017, Paden City High School houses grades 7-12 with an enrollment of nearly 200. more »»

PC’s Price to Join Div. II Powerhouse

December 6, 2017 When she joined the Paden City high school volleyball team as a freshman, little did Malayna Price realize she would one day be offered a scholarship to play at the next leve. more »»

MHS Eagles: Herrick, Babe, Smith, Gamble, And Moore Will Lead The Way

November 29, 2017 Veteran Magnolia High boys’ basketball coach, Dave Tallman, lost a few good players to graduation in Tyler Williamson, Peau Hainghano, Nick Priem and Jake Fruner. The boys had defeated St. more »»

From My View For Nov. 29

November 29, 2017 In a few days Lynne and I will be heading to Los Angles to watch our son Jeremy play Little John in The Heart of Robin Hoo. more »»

Three Generations Share Same Jersey Number

November 29, 2017 Three local men are celebrating three generations of Valley High School football, featuring the same jersey number. Timothy L. more »»

VHS Lumberjacks: Six Seniors Return

November 29, 2017 The Valley Lumberjacks placed third in the Hometown Invitational last season and went 12-11 during the regular seaso. more »»

Hundred Hornets Have A Young Team

November 29, 2017 The 2017-18 Hundred basketball team is one of the youngest boys’ varsity teams the Hornets have ever had. Junior letterman Travis McCoy (6-5) is the only upperclassmen on the team. more »»

River drops heartbreaker

November 22, 2017 ZANESVILLE — Ed Honabarger wasn’t going to overtime Friday night. With Skyler Durbin behind center, he didn’t have to. more »»

Lady Pilots Return Seven Lettermen

November 22, 2017 The River Pilots were only a couple baskets from playing for the OVAC Class 2A title last season, finishing third. They return the bulk of their roster, losing only Bailey Caldwell to graduation. more »»

Lady Hornets Looks To Be Competitive

November 22, 2017 The 2017-18 version of the Hundred girls’ basketball team looks to be competitive, as it has six returnees and five top-notch freshmen who have the Hornets veteran head coach Steve Dakan and new... more »»

Valley HS Lumberjills: Palmer Set to Lead

November 22, 2017 The Lumberjills’ Sophie Palmer has scored more than 1,000 points in three full seasons at Valley and was named third-team all-state, as well as first team Mason-Dixon each year, while being named... more »»

Magnolia Lady Eagles Are In Rebuilding Mode

November 22, 2017 It’s really hard to lose a 1,000-point scorer, but its even harder when you also lose the school’s career-leader in assists, as well as the single-season rebounder, too. more »»

Pilots Navigate Past Sciotoville

November 15, 2017 The Pilots wasted little time Friday night at Athens High School in picking up where they left off in their postseason opener, unleashing a barrage on both sides of the ball from the word go in... more »»

From My View For Nov. 15

November 15, 2017 I will be having a busy couple weeks trying to get as many basketball, wrestling, and archery previews done before heading out to visit my youngest son in California. more »»

Paden City Middle School Volleyball Gets Sportsmanship Award for 2017

November 15, 2017 The Ohio River Valley Volleyball Officials Association selected Paden City Middle School as the recipient of their Sportsmanship Award for 2017. more »»

Magnolia, Paden City Cheer at Regionals

November 8, 2017 Magnolia and Paden City cheerleaders earned fourth and fifth place, respectively, in the 2017 WVSSAC Region I cheerleading competition on Nov. 4 at East Fairmont High School. more »»

From My View For Nov. 8

November 8, 2017 With all the hoopla surrounding the fall sports — and with the wrestling, boys and girls basketball sports nearing — we’ve been remiss in acknowledging a sport that lasts through all seasons... more »»

Lumberjacks Chop Down Wildcats, 45-6

November 8, 2017 Valley jumped out to a 38-0 lead in the first half and never looked back in beating Paden City, 45-6, Nov. 3 at Berger Field, on the Wildcats Senior Nigh. more »»

Local Organization To Combat Drug Abuse

November 1, 2017 Area resident John Dyer has quite the road ahead of him. He’s taken it upon himself to build an organization to combat the area’s drug abuse epidemic. more »»

 
 

 

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