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Phase 1 Ground Breaking Held for Caldwell School Stadium Project

Photo by Joey Titus Phase 1 of the stadium project kicked off Friday with a ground breaking ceremony at the site off of Main Street in the village of Caldwell. According to the district, this phase will involve developing the land and seeding the soil. Superintendent Greg Gifford said, “We are incredibly blessed by many…

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Lady Zeps Lose Five-Set Heartbreaker

TCC Rallies Past Shenandoah in D-IV Regional Semifinals   By Jeff Harrison (Photo credit Kim Snyder) Never take your foot off the accelerator. The Shenandoah Lady Zeps learned that the hard way as a two-set lead slipped away, with Tuscarawas Central Catholic rallying for a five-set victory – 19-25, 16-25, 25-20, 25-14 and 15-11 –…

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Fort Frye Hammers Shenandoah 71-20

By Jeff Harrison (Photo credit Kim Snyder) Things went from bad to worse for the visiting Shenandoah Zeps as Fort Frye raced to a 63-0 lead before settling for a convincing 71-20 victory in the OHSAA Division VI, Region 23 semifinals Friday night in Beverly. The game between the No. 1-seeded Cadets and the No.…

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Redskins Roll into D-VII Region 27 Semifinals

Bender Scores Four TDs in Caldwell’s 56-12 Win By Julie LaFollette (Photo credit to Melinda Sayre) The third-seeded Caldwell Redskins hosted sixth-seeded Sciotoville East on Friday in OHSAA Division VII, Region 27 second round action, with the Redskins moving on to the regional semifinals with a 56-12 win over the Tartans. “They came out of…

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No surprise here: Sills lands spot on Eagles’ 53-man roster

By Jeff Harrison The Journal-Leader   He’s been labeled perhaps the biggest surprise to land a spot on the Philadelphia Eagles 53-man roster today.   From Sarahsville and Shenandoah Elementary/Middle School to Meadowbrook High School…from West Virginia University to Oklahoma State University — they know better.   Josh Sills deserves everything he has achieved through hard work and…

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Redskins, Zeps Off and Running in Cross Country

By Julie LaFollette The Caldwell and Shenandoah cross country teams ran at the Elizabeth S. Broughton Memorial Invitational in Marietta on Saturday. The Shenandoah boys finished in ninth place in the boys’ race with 224 points while the Shenandoah girls and both Caldwell teams did not have enough runners to compete in the team race.…

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Caldwell Soccer Team Splits

  By Julie LaFollette The Caldwell High soccer team hosted Harrison Central on Thursday, with the Huskies winning a close one against the Redskins, 2-1. “This was a hard loss,” said Caldwell Head Coach Kellie Fry. “We were in the game and should have won the game. We cannot have that many shots not find the…

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Lady Zeps Collect Three Victories

By Jeff Harrison After opening the season with a loss to Union Local, Shenandoah got things rolling with three victories during the last week. The Lady Zeps upended Cambridge, Buckeye Local and Fort Frye in a four-day span to improve to 3-1 on the young season. The Zeps began the week with a three-set sweep…

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Lady Redskin Spikers Open with Two Wins

By Julie LaFollette The Caldwell High volleyball team opened the season on Monday, hosting the Conotton Valley Rockets and earning a four-set victory 25-10, 25-21, 17-25 and 26 -24. “We played flat in the last two sets,” said Caldwell head coach Alexis Watson. “We had to wait on them to arrive and that really affected…

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Shenandoah Earns 38-20 Victory Over Shadyside

By Tracy Watson For The Journal The Shenandoah Zeps are 2-0. Freshman quarterback Braxton Barnett fired four touchdown passes, three to junior Hunter Yates, and junior Jacob Feldner rushed for 146 yards and a score as the Zeps cruised to a cherished 38-20 victory over Shadyside on the turf at Fleming Field. The victory was…

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