RSSCategory: Adult

Fishing club competes at Salt Fork

| April 23, 2018

CAMBRIDGE – The Three Rivers Bass Masters held a tournament on April 22 at Salt Fork. Winners were: First place – Keith Crenshaw, 1.79 lbs.; second place – Brett Lingo, 1.43 lbs.; and big bass – Keith Crenshaw,    1.79 lbs. Three Rivers Bass Masters is a local bass fishing club. Normal meetings are held on […]

Continue Reading

Smiles matter more than scorebook

Smiles matter more than scorebook

| April 5, 2018

COSHOCTON – The scoreboard said 62-62, but the Hopewell staff team actually sneaked in one extra point to beat the Special Olympics Basketball players in their annual game. The official score, however, wasn’t as important as the smiles on everyone’s faces. “I like watching their sportsmanship and how they help each other out,” said Staci […]

Continue Reading

RVHS graduate named head coach at Ashland University

RVHS graduate named head coach at Ashland University

| April 3, 2018

ASHLAND – Ashland University Associate Head Coach and former Eagle All-American Kari (Daugherty) Pickens was elevated to head coach of the program on April 3 after Robyn Fralick was named as head coach of NCAA Division I Bowling Green women’s basketball. Pickens, a River View High School graduate, becomes the 13th head coach in Ashland women’s basketball history following five […]

Continue Reading

Daugherty records 2,000 career points

Daugherty records 2,000 career points

| March 26, 2018

ASHLAND – Ashland University senior forward Andi Daugherty became the third player in Eagle women’s basketball history to score at least 2,000 points in a 92-68 win over Indiana, Pa., in an NCAA Division II national semifinal on March 21 in Sioux Falls, S.D. Daugherty ended her collegiate career with 2,015 points and 923 rebounds, […]

Continue Reading

Hopewell Indians head to semi-finals

Hopewell Indians head to semi-finals

| March 23, 2018

COSHOCTON – On Friday, March 23, the Hopewell Indians red team headed to New Philadelphia High School for a state semi-final game that will start at 6 p.m. tonight. A bus escorted the team down Main Street accompanied by a Coshocton sheriff’s cruiser, a Coshocton County EMS ambulance, a Coshocton Fire Truck, and fans cheering […]

Continue Reading

Hamilton inducted into Walsh Athletic Wall of Fame

Hamilton inducted into Walsh Athletic Wall of Fame

| February 21, 2018

NORTH CANTON – Jason Hamilton, a 1998 graduate of Coshocton High School was recently inducted into Walsh University’s Athletic Wall of Fame. “When I saw all those great athletes’ names on the wall I didn’t know how I would measure up to them,” he said. “It took a lot of hard work and dedication from […]

Continue Reading

Pendola one of two top returnees for BW Track and Field team

| January 19, 2018

BEREA – The Baldwin Wallace University men’s and women’s track and field teams will look to its underclassmen to compete at a high level in the Ohio Athletic Conference in 2018. Coordinator of Cross Country & Track and Field and Head Track and Field Coach Matthew Cole returns 20 letterwinners from last year’s men’s team […]

Continue Reading

Indian Mud Run obstacle wins award

Indian Mud Run obstacle wins award

| January 16, 2018

COSHOCTON – The Indian Mud Run Floating walls obstacles is gaining worldwide fame in the obstacle racing world. “Mud Run Guide, the biggest online guide for obstacle course racing across the world, has competitions for the best races, best race directors, best everything and people make nominations,” said Hubie Cushman, who created the obstacle for […]

Continue Reading