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Good second half doesn’t equal win for Kenton soccer

Good second half doesn’t equal win for Kenton soccer

Jamie Bartlett got after his team at halftime Monday night. The Kenton boys soccer coach wasn’t pleased with what he saw from his team in the first half against Bath.…

McComb beats HN

DOLA — McComb made quick work of Hardin Northern, defeating the Polar Bears 25-8, 25-15, 25-12 in a Blanchard Valley Conference volleyball matchup on Monday afternoon. For the Polar Bears,…

Ada drops match

ADA — St. Marys edged Ada 3-2 in a high school girls tennis match on Monday afternoon at War Memorial Park. Earning wins for the Bulldogs were Mackenzie Wills at…

Raiders fall to Lakers

LEWISTOWN — Indian Lake defeated Ben Logan 2-0 to clinch a share of the Central Buckeye Conference Mad River Division title in boys soccer action Monday. The Lakers, 9-5 overall…

Late goal tops BL

BELLEFONTAINE — A free kick late in the second half found the back of the net as Indian Lake defeated Ben Logan 1-0 in a Central Buckeye Conference girls soccer…

Riverdale swept

NEW RIEGEL — It was a tough night for the Riverdale volleyball team as New Riegel handed the Falcons a 25-6, 25-10, 25-11 setback in a non-league match on Monday.…

Police Reports: October 1, 2013

Kenton police Vandalism was reported at 99 Broadway St. A dispute was reported at Fuel America. An unruly juvenile was reported at 417 N. Leighton St. Illegal dumping was reported…

Ada homecoming court

Ada homecoming court

Members of the 2013 Ada homecoming court are (from left) freshmen Anna Stransky and Trenton Jolliff, sophomores Olivia Gonder and Luis Olivera, junior Austin Windle, and seniors Jessica Rojas and…

School spirit

School spirit

Kenton High School junior varsity cheerleaders Madison Blevins (left) and Kaylie Schwartz apply some school spirit to the windows of Huntington National Bank in Kenton. Varsity and junior varsity cheerleaders…

Report puts USV on more solid financial footing

McGUFFEY — The financial future of the Upper Scioto Valley School district continues to improve, according to the district’s five-year forecast, but hinges on decisions made at the state level.…