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Saturday, November 02, 2019

Tigers Grind Out Win Over Patriots








The Ansonia Tigers were able to grind out a win over the Tri-Village Patriots to end their season with a 6-4 record. They utilized a full house backfield and mainly ran between the tackles. An effective style of football for a cold November night. They hung onto the ball in the 1st half like a pitbull hangs onto a ham bone. Tri-Village could barely pry the ball away. Ansonia did most of their scoring in the 1st half and then turned the ball game over to their defense which held Tri-Village to a single score in the 2nd half as the Tigers would finish their season with a win, 31-8.



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Sunday, October 27, 2019

Franklin Monroe - District Runners Up










Franklin Monroe had a tough task in front of them to beat defending district champ Russia in the District finals. Russia is a battle tested team that had won District the 2 previous years. The Jets won the 1st two sets but could not win a third set as Russia came from behind and defeated Franklin Monroe in 5 sets. 28-26, 25-22, 21-25, 23-25, 2-15.


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Upset - Patriots 50 - Arcanum 34









Tri-Village (4-4) broke open a close game in the 2nd half and upset league leading Arcanum (7-1). Most of the night Arcanum was without the services of their feature running back, Corey Ross. So the game boiled down to a contest between two young quarterbacks – freshman Bryce Schondelmyer of Arcanum and sophomore Lane Sarver of Tri-Village. At halftime Arcanum had a slim lead – 21 to 20, but Tri-Village outgunned them in the 2nd half and put up 30 points for a 50-34 upset victory.

Patriot Stats: Sarver 17/24 passed for 250 yards, 3 tds, 1 int; Josh Scantland 6 catches for 182 yds, 2 tds; Devin Swick 9 catches for 60 yds, 1td. Dylan Finkbine 12 tackles, 1 sack, 1 fumble recovery; Cody Eyer 6 tackles, 1 interception return for TD.

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Friday, October 18, 2019

Patriots Pulverize Panthers








On the face of it this was to be an even match up with a 2-5 team (South) hosting a 3-4 team (Tri-Village). It was even until about midway through the 1st quarter when the Patriots caught fire and in the blink of an eye opened up a 37-6 lead. The Panthers were stunned and never really recovered as they would be on the wrong end of a 58-20 final score.



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Friday, October 04, 2019

Jets Disappointed at Brookville









It was a battle between 2 second place teams – the Franklin Monroe Jets are in 2nd place in the CCC and the Brookville Blue Devils who are in 2nd place in the big school division of the SWBL. It was the last game of a 4 game stretch on the road for the Jets. Although it took 4 hard fought sets, the Jets would succumb to Brookville: 23-25, 25-21, 19-25, 23-25.

Brookville has an overall taller front line and that made it harder for the Jets to attack, they had to adjust and that seemed to take them out of their game. When the Jets were able to attack, the Brookville....


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Tuesday, October 01, 2019

Patriots Volleyball Bounces Back Against Knights









The Patriots had their confidence shaken last week in a loss to the Franklin Monroe Jets. But they got this week off to a good start with a win in straight sets over the Northeastern Knights. Although the win was in straight sets, the Knights had some good runs in the 2nd and 3rd sets that the Patriots had to fend off. Scores were 25-9, 25-18, 25-22.

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Saturday, September 28, 2019

Blackhawks are Spoilers










Spoilers of Homecoming that is. The visiting Blackhawks rang up an impressive 55 points on the Twin Valley South Panthers on their homecoming night. Running back Alex Scholl did most of the damage – scoring 5 touchdowns. He had over 200 yards on the night. The Blackhawks took control of the game early and pretty much had their way offensively as they made a long bus ride home short with a 55-20 victory.

Scoring Summary: Scholl 51 yard run. Zach Connor 28 yard TD catch from Cody Dirksen. Scholl 41 yard TD carry. #7 fumble recovery 50 yd TD. Scholl 1yd TD run. Scholl 4 yard TD run. #7 23 yard TD catch from Cody Dirksen. Scholl 41 yard TD run.

Turnovers: #8 fumble recovery. #7 fumble recovery. Shimp interception. #20 fumble recovery. Tackles: Max Dirmeyer 9; Josh Fett 5; Zack Connor & Trey Godfrey 4.



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Trojans Crush Bee's








Coming off a rough stretch last week the Arcanum Trojan volleyball needed something to pull them out of the doldrums. The cure was to begin a new winning streak with the team pulling together back to back victories. Both wins were against league opponents – Covington and Bethel and both wins were straight set wins. We caught up with them in their match against Bethel who they hastily put away 25-8, 25-5, 25-5.


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Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Arcanum Cross Country Teams Sweep Tri-Village Invitational









Both the Arcanum boys and girls teams swept the Tri-Village Invitational. Placing 1st in their respective events. The Franklin Monroe boys team placed 2nd, and the Marion Local girls also capturing 2nd. Eight teams participated in the event on a sunny, pleasant day. It was great weather for fans, although the runners probably would have liked it be 10 degree's or so cooler.

Tri-Village coach Warren on the meet, “It was a great day for a meet. I appreciate the way that folk...


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Sunday, September 22, 2019

“This is What We Play For, This is What We Coach For” Arcanum Defeats Trail in Overtime











It was a clash between 2 unbeaten CCC teams – Arcanum and National Trail.  Both teams entered
the game 3-0. Trail was off to their best start since 1977 and Arcanum is coming back from last
years 2 win season. Both teams wanted the win to keep their title hopes alive and to stay in
contention for a playoff slot.  But it was Arcanum on military appreciation night that made big plays
at the end of the game to stay undefeated with a 20-17 comeback win in overtime.
Since it was military appreciation night, the Ohio National Guard provided the home team
Trojans with special camo jerseys for the game.


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