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Silver Bridge and U.S. 35 reopen

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HENDERSON - The northbound lanes of the Silver Memorial Bridge and U.S. 35 have reopened.Early reports are a piece of equipment hit a steel beam on the structure, causing the accident and closure. More on this story as information becomes available.

 

White Falcons rally past Belpre, 34-20

MASON, W.Va. — The Wahama White Falcon football eleven delivered its best Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde performance Friday Night in claiming a come-from-behind 34-20 triumph over the visiting Belpre Eagles in a Tri-Valley Conference, Hocking Division gridiron encounter. The victory improved the Bend Area teams overall record to 3-1 on the season and 3-0 inside conference play. Belpre fell to 2-2 overall and 1-2 in TVC action.

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Meigs County Week 4 Football Box Scores

Southern 34, Miller 6M 0-0-0-6 — 6S 21-13-0-0 — 34Scoring SummaryFirst QuarterS: Jaylen Blanks 80 kickoff return (Ryan Billingsley kick) 11:47S: Billingsley 1 run (Billingsley kick) 9:41S: Tristen Wolfe 18 pass from Tom Ramthun (Billingsley kick) 4:07Second QuarterS: Blanks 65 punt return (Billingsley kick) 11:39S: Paul Ramthun 49...

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Gallia County Week 4 Football Box Scores

Symmes Valley 19, South Gallia 12SV 6-13-0-0 — 19SG 0-12-0-0 — 12Scoring SummaryFirst QuarterSV: Collin Webb 67 pass from Derrek Smith (run failed) 3:37Second QuarterSV: Webb 3 run (run failed) 8:49SG: Dominick Seward 6 run (run failed) 2:49SG: Kane Hutchinson 27 pass from Landon Hutchinson (run failed) :46SV: Tanner Mays 73 kickoff return...

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Mason County Week 4 Football Box Scores

Point Pleasant 63, Logan 8L 8-0-0-0 — 8PP 29-34-0-0 — 63Scoring SummaryFirst QuarterPP: Aden Yates 3 run (Gage Buskirk run) 8:24L: Cameron Sammons 43 pass from Ryan Miller (Zachery Acord pass from Miller) 6:11PP: Cody Mitchell 13 run (Dylan Lunsford kick) 4:46PP: Mitchell 2 run (Lunsford kick) 2:28PP: Mitchell 35 pass from Yates (Lunsford ki...

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Tornadoes topple Miller, 34-6

RACINE, Ohio — The Southern Tornadoes scored all of their points in the first half in order to defeat their TVC Hocking Division opponent the Miller Falcons en route to a final score of 34-6 at the Roger Lee Adams Memorial Field.Southern (2-2, 1-1 TVC Hocking) wasted little time from the start as Jaylen Blanks returned the opening kickoff 80 yards and a successful PAT by Ryan Billingsley gave the Tornadoes a 7-0 lead just 13 seconds into the first quarter.At the 9:...

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Blue Devils fall to Marietta, 21-14

MARIETTA, Ohio — Big plays lead the Tigers past Gallia Academy for the first time since 2008.The Marietta football team scored on three plays of over 40 yards Friday night in a 21-14 victory over non-conference guest Gallia Academy at Don Drumm Stadium.The Tigers (2-2) broke open a 13-0 lead on a 62-yard touchdown run at the 2:53 mark of the first quarter and a 44-yard touchdown at the 8:39 mark of the second quarter, both by tailback Bernard Johnson.The...

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Eagles soar past Federal Hocking, 26-14

STEWART, Ohio — Whatever was said at halftime certainly inspired the Eagles.The Eastern football team scored 19 points in the third quarter of Friday night’s 26-14 victory over Tri-Valley Conference Hocking Division host Federal Hocking.The Eagles (2-2, 2-1 TVC Hocking) struck first with a 23-yard touchdown pass from Jett Facemyer to Christian Speelman at the 8:11 mark of the first quarter. Speelman added the point after kick and Eastern led 7-0, which stood ...

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Buckeyes beat River Valley, 28-7

BIDWELL, Ohio — All good things must come to an end.The River Valley football team suffered its first setback of the 2014 season Friday night following a 28-7 loss to visiting Nelsonville-York in a Week 4 Tri-Valley Conference Ohio Division matchup at Raider Field in Gallia County.The Raiders (3-1, 0-1 TVC Ohio) had little luck in their first-ever TVC Ohio contest as the Buckeyes (3-1, 1-0) held the hosts to just 72 total yards of offense while racking up 361 total...

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Marauders roll past Vinton County, 46-13

McARTHUR, Ohio — Meigs scored less than a minute into the contest and rolled to a 46-13 win over the Vinton County Vikings in the TVC opener for both teams Friday evening at McArthur. Michael Davis led a balanced Marauder attack with 191 yards, 182 of those coming in the first half and four touchdowns.Sophomore quarterback Cody Bartrum celebrated his return to the line up after a kidney injury in the first half of the season opener. Bartrum picked up 64 yards on the ground ru...

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W.Va. Week 4 Football Scores

PREP FOOTBALLBluefield 51, Gate City, Va. 28Bridgeport, Ohio 8, Paden City 6Bridgeport 31, Robert C. Byrd 7Buckhannon-Upshur 40, North Marion 7Cabell Midland 31, Huntington 26Calhoun County 48, Tygarts Valley 21Cameron 38, Beallsville, Ohio 15Capital 56, Parkersburg 20Chapmanville 34, Poca 14Clay County 8, Valley Fay...

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Ohio Week 4 Football Scores

PREP FOOTBALLAkr. Coventry 35, Kent Roosevelt 33Akr. East 7, Akr. Kenmore 0Akr. Garfield 28, Akr. Firestone 12Akr. Hoban 38, Barberton 12Alliance Marlington 38, Beloit W. Branch 13Amanda-Clearcreek 20, Baltimore Liberty Union 16Anna 34, Rockford Parkway 6Apple Creek Waynedale 35, Creston Norwayne 21Arlington 31, Van Buren 0...

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Symmes Valley victorious over Rebels, 19-12

MERCERVILLE, Ohio — Turning the ball over is never a good thing, this is only magnified late in the game.The South Gallia football team gave the ball away twice in the final two minutes of Friday night’s 19-12 loss to Symmes Valley, at Rebels Stadium in Gallia County.Symmes Valley (2-2) broke the scoreless tie at the 3:37 minute of the first quarter when Collin Webb caught a pass from Derrek Smith and took it 67 yards through the Rebels defense and to the end...

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Point Pleasant tames Wildcats, 63-8

POINT PLEASANT, W.Va. — So much for an emotional letdown.Junior Cody Mitchell set a new school record with seven touchdowns and Point Pleasant scored on all eight of its first half possessions Friday night en route to a 63-8 thumping of visiting Logan in a Week 4 non-conference matchup at Ohio Valley Bank Track and Field in Mason County.The host Big Blacks (4-0) — who last week toppled Wayne 38-14 to become the state’s new leader for consecutive regular...

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Faith and Freedom

GALLIPOLIS — “For 151 years we have struggled to do this on our own and by ourselves, and we have finally come to the conclusion that it will take all of us, as a united front, to make this celebration grow and become a success. So let’s begin tonight, tomorrow and the rest of the weekend to go arm in arm, hand in hand, and shoulder to shoulder. Let not only Gallia County, but the State of Ohio, and the whole country see that this is America, land of the free, and home of th...

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Point golfers 2nd at Green Hills

RAVENSWOOD, W.Va. — The Point Pleasant golf team finished second to host Ravenswood Thursday night during a tri-match held at Green Hills Golf Course in Jackson County.The Black Knights finished the day with a team tally of 199, which was 14 shots back of the Red Devils and their winning total of 185. Ripley finished third overall with a 212.Jon Watkins of Ravenswood earned medalist honors with a low round of 7-over par 43, which was one shot better than runner-up ...

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Blue Angels hold off Logan in five games

LOGAN, Ohio — Now that’s how you bounce back.The Gallia Academy volleyball team suffered their first Southeastern Ohio Athletic League loss of the season Monday night, but the Blue Angels couldn’t hold their heads down too long as they had to travel to Logan on Thursday. GAHS needed five games but the Blue and White completed the season sweep of the Lady Chiefs by a 3-2 count.Logan (7-8, 2-3 SEOAL) took the first game by a 25-17 count, but Gallia Academ...

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Lady Rebels knock off Miller

HEMLOCK, Ohio — After starting the year with five straight losses, the South Gallia volleyball team is now .500 over its last six matches following Thursday night’s 25-21, 25-18, 25-16 victory over host Miller in a Tri-Valley Conference Hocking Division matchup in Perry County.The visiting Lady Rebels (3-8, 3-5 TVC Hocking) have now won two of their last three matches overall and all three of their triumphs have come in straight-game fashion.Kirstin Burnette ...

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