Monthly Archives: October 2010

Buckeyes, Spartans, Tomcats Clinch Playoff Spots

With wins on Friday night, Nelsonville-York, Alexander and Trimble all clinched a spot in the regional playoffs. Nelsonville-York secured the five seed in Division V, Region 19, and will travel to Minford to take on the 8-2 Falcons. Alexander took … Continue reading

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Week Ten High School Predictions

Athens (5-4) at Nelsonville-York (7-2) – The Bulldogs will not go down without a fight, especially with a TVC title on the line, but the Buckeyes’ rushing duo of Dustin Young and Justin Cunningham should be able to wear down … Continue reading

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Buckeyes Run Past Spartans

Down 14-3 with just over eight minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, Alexander’s defense needed a stop. But as Nelsonville-York receiver Dillon Knippa slipped past a Spartan defender and into the end zone for 24-yard touchdown reception, the game slipped … Continue reading

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Week Nine High School Football Predictions

Alexander (7-1) at Nelsonville-York (6-2): The Spartans showed they were for real last week against Athens, but this time they have to go on the road and try to take the crown from the defending champs. Alexander beat the Buckeyes … Continue reading

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5 Bold predictions for the NLCS

The Phillies are back in the NLCS for the third straight year and are looking for their third straight National League Pennant. The Giants are back in the Championship Series for the first time since 2002 and will look to … Continue reading

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Who’s being overrated by the polls?

South Carolina’s victory over former No.1, Alabama, this past weekend has led to a shake-up in the polls. But the Gamecocks were not the only ones to take a big climb in the new rankings. Wins by Michigan State and … Continue reading

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Bobcats Clip Falcons

On the first play from scrimmage, Bowling Green forced an Ohio fumble and returned the ball to the Bobcat three yard line. But the Falcon’s good fortune would end there. Ohio’s defense stopped Bowling Green on fourth and inches on … Continue reading

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