Area Breaking News

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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New Fitness Center provides all SHS students with tremendous opportunity

By Jeff Harrison Communications Director Noble Local School District   “A strong body makes the mind strong.” While it’s a pretty sure bet that Thomas Jefferson never had the pleasure of “pumping iron”, the words he spoke more than 200 years ago still stand true. Thanks to a state-of-the-art Fitness Center unveiled at the start…

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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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Redskins Knock Off Unbeaten Berne Union

By Julie LaFollette The Caldwell Redskins made the long trip to Sugar Grove to take on unbeaten Berne Union on Friday, and the ‘Skins pulled out an exciting last-second 18-13 victory. “We heard a lot coming in that they haven’t played anyone,” said an elated Caldwell coach Grant Gaydos following his team’s third win of…

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Shenandoah-Barnesville FB

By Jeff Harrison Frustration. That was the word of the night for the Shenandoah Zeps as repeated mistakes played a big role in a 22-8 loss to Barnesville in Friday’s clash at Shamrock Stadium. Shenandoah turned the football over four times and continued to hurt itself with penalties, resulting in a second straight loss that…

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