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Senior night is finally here for Trimble (9-0, 7-0) as the Tomcats head into their final regular season match-up with a game against Federal Hocking (2-7, 2-5 TVC-Hocking).

With just days to go before the 2014-15 campaign begins at the Michigan State Open, Ohio wrestling is putting the final preparations into a busy offseason and preseason training regimen.

In volleyball, the setter is often referred to as the quarterback of the team. Abby Gilleland is more of a quarterback, running back and wide receiver for the Bobcats.

After losing junior linebacker Ben Russell to a shoulder injury in the preseason, the Ohio linebackers core became a real question mark. The Bobcats had already lost 2013 captain Keith Moore to graduation in the spring, and Russell’s injury cost them their leading tackler.

1. Trimble Tomcats (9-0, 7-0) | Last week’s rank: 1

On Friday nights, Warren’s first-year head coach Anthony Fish can be seen on the Warrior sideline wearing a freshly ironed white, button-down dress shirt with an electric-blue tie dancing around in the fall breeze.

Ohio claimed the top spot in the Mid-American Conference Saturday night, sweeping West Division leader Northern Illinois University (25-17, 25-22, 25-17) in a battle of MAC unbeatens at the Convocation Center.

Ohio contained Western Michigan University’s explosive hitters to a mere .142 clip Friday night as the Bobcats defeated the Broncos 3-1 (25-16, 25-20, 21-25, 25-14) at the Convocation Center.

Grass is green, the sky is blue, and the Athens Bulldogs offense cannot be stopped.

Here are the scores from all of your favorite area teams.

MVL

Philo: 37 Morgan: 0

West Muskingum: 0 Caldwell: 33

John Glenn: 14 New Lexington: 17

Ohio football reporter Nick Komjati previews the Bobcats' weekend in Kalamzoo against the Broncos (4-3, 2-1).

The MVL is one of the most competitive conferences in Southeast Ohio. The action lives up to the expectations week in and week out, and this week is no different.

SportsBeat host Matthew Doyle talks with Ohio point guard Stevie Taylor and forward Treg Setty on the upcoming season for the Ohio men's basketball team, Setty's alter ego and the return of the headband for Taylor.

Since Frank Solich was named Ohio's coach in 2005, the number of former Bobcats making it in professional football has seemingly increased every year. 

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Ohio head coach announced Derrius Vick as the starting quarterback as the team prepares for Buffalo on Nov. 5.
The Bobcats lost their team captain to injury, but her replacement is more than capable

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In volleyball, the setter is often referred to as the quarterback of the team. Abby Gilleland is more of a quarterback, running back and wide receiver for the Bobcats.

After losing junior linebacker Ben Russell to a shoulder injury in the preseason, the Ohio linebackers core became a real question mark. The Bobcats had already lost 2013 captain Keith Moore to graduation in the spring, and Russell’s injury cost them their leading tackler.

1. Trimble Tomcats (9-0, 7-0) | Last week’s rank: 1

The Mid-American Conference preseason poll was released Tuesday and Saul Phillips’ Ohio squad was selected to finish second in the MAC East in the upcoming 2014-15 season.

On Friday nights, Warren’s first-year head coach Anthony Fish can be seen on the Warrior sideline wearing a freshly ironed white, button-down dress shirt with an electric-blue tie dancing around in the fall breeze.

Junior middle blocker Karin Bull led the Ohio Bobcats defensively last weekend in two wins over the Mid-American Conference West Division's top two squads, Western Michigan and Northern Illinois, at the Convocation Center.

The end of the season was supposed to be easy for the Bobcats. Going into the final three weeks of the season they had to play Bowling Green, Central Michigan and Toledo—all of which were bottom dwellers in their respective Mid-American Conference divisions.

Ohio claimed the top spot in the Mid-American Conference Saturday night, sweeping West Division leader Northern Illinois University (25-17, 25-22, 25-17) in a battle of MAC unbeatens at the Convocation Center.

With Central Michigan already up 1-0 and the game hanging in the balance early, senior Erin Feeney stepped up to take the penalty kick that had just been awarded to Ohio.

Ohio contained Western Michigan University’s explosive hitters to a mere .142 clip Friday night as the Bobcats defeated the Broncos 3-1 (25-16, 25-20, 21-25, 25-14) at the Convocation Center.

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