Hornets’ Running Game Too Much for Shenandoah

    By Jeff Harrison There was no mystery to what Coal Grove Dawson-Bryant’s game plan would be: run the ball; do it again and then do it again…and Shenandoah simply couldn’t stop it. In a back-and-forth game that figured to come down to who had the football last, that’s exactly what happened as the…

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Eagles Turn Table to KO Redskins from Playoffs

By Julie LaFollette The sixth-seeded Caldwell Redskins hosted the 11th-seeeded Eastern Eagles in an OHSAA Division VII, Region 27 playoff game on Friday and the Eagles pulled off the upset, beating the Redskins by a 26-14 score at the Noble County Fairgrounds. Caldwell Head Coach Grant Gaydos was understandably disappointed in his team’s performance, having…

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Larry R. Wickham

Larry R. Wickham, age 75, of Sarahsville, Ohio, died Tuesday, October 13, 2020, at Genesis Hospital in Zanesville. He was born April 19, 1945, in Zanesville, son of the late Pauline Wickham. He was a 1965 graduate of Shenandoah High School and he was employed by the Ohio Department of Transportation. He retired as a…

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Rebecca J. “Becky” Stoffer

Rebecca J. “Becky” Stoffer, age 71, of Caldwell, Ohio, died Wednesday, October 14, 2020, at Summit Acres Nursing Home in Caldwell. She was born May 1, 1949, in Caldwell, daughter of the late Clyde W. Parks and Mary E. Camden Parks. Becky was a 1967 graduate of Caldwell High School. She was employed as a…

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Redskins, Zeps Eye Home Playoff Games

By Jeff Harrison It’ll be a history-making weekend in Noble County as Caldwell and Shenandoah will be in the OHSAA football playoffs in the same season for the first time. As  the result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic which altered the 2020 high school football season – reducing the regular season to six week before…

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Redskins Collect 34-8 Win at Conotton Valley

By Julie LaFollette The Caldwell Redskins traveled to Conotton Valley on Friday and the Redskins returned home with their fourth win of the season, a 34-8 conquest of the Rockets. “We played well tonight,” said Caldwell head coach Grant Gaydos. “We came out and stuck it to them early. “They started the game on a…

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Zeps Snap Two-Game Skid; Denius Shines in 44-19 Win

By Jeff Harrison Shenandoah  High turned a close game into a runaway with four unanswered scores in the second half to earn a much-needed 44-19 victory over Johnstown Northridge to give the Zeps a Homecoming victory on Friday. Leading by a narrow 16-11 margin at the half, Coach Jesse Wells’ squad tallied four times over…

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