Despite losing his top four guards from last year's 14-9 team to graduation and having concerns about his squad's ability to rebound, Bexley High School boys basketball coach Dave Gustin is optimistic about this season.
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During its first matchup with Coldwater, the Hartley High School football team gave up an interception for a touchdown, a fumble recovery for a touchdown and an interception that set up another score and lost 41-16 on Sept. 6 at home.MORE
Second-year coach Rob Sangster hopes his St. Charles Preparatory School hockey team will work together and be prepared mentally for the rigors of the season.MORE
The Hartley High School girls basketball team is taking a simple approach offensively this season, particularly in the early going.MORE
The Bexley High School girls basketball team will have a different look this season.MORE
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There was understandable disappointment for the Bexley High School football team after its 35-14 loss at Zanesville Maysville in the first round of the Division IV, Region 13 playoffs Nov. 8.MORE
Jeff Pharion stood near midfield after his St. Charles Preparatory School football team had been shut out by host Zanesville 38-0 in a Division II, Region 5 first-round playoff game Nov. 8.MORE