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The Bobcats cruised to a 24-13 victory over the Buffalo Bulls on Sunday, and completed a weekend sweep of two Mid-American Conference duals

The game was tied at 61 with 2.9 seconds left, and the Bobcats had to go the length of the floor to get the win.

Phil Wellington wasn’t happy with his 12-5 record before the start of the new year.

When Ohio 149-pounder Tywan Claxton isn't on a wrestling mat, he can be found in the boxing ring. The grappler's hobby gives him some unique advantages on the mat.

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Five straight wins sealed the win for the 'Cats in Dekalb, Ill.
The Bobcats dominated the Huskies 67-40 in a home win on Wednesday

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An appeals court has upheld a Portage County judge’s ruling against former Ohio University basketball standout Geno Ford over a breach of contract with Kent State University.

The Athens Bulldogs traveled to Albany on Tuesday night to take on the Alexander Spartans for a low scoring 32-27 victory.

In the first half, both teams came out with sloppy offensive play. Offensive possessions were hard to come by as each team played remarkable defense.

The Meigs Marauders caught fire in the second quarter and upset the Nelsonville-York Buckeyes in a close 58-52 win on Tuesday night in Nelsonville.

“We were outplayed, outrebounded and outhustled.” Buckeyes coach Jay Kline said.

Tuesday was a special day for Trimble coach Howie Caldwell, as he walked into the Federal Hocking High School to play his old team. 

The Eastern Lady Eagles had no business being any good this season, that is, if you listened to the opinions of many fans and pundits at the beginning of the season.

The No. 3 Bobcats split their weekend series against No. 8 Lindenwood winning, 3-2, on Saturday and losing, 3-2, on Sunday.

Ohio (20-4-2) went into the break boasting an undefeated record at home, but have been less dominant on the road at 4-3-2.

The Bobcats and Chippewas split their matches when they met on the mats on the Convo's floor Saturday night, but Central Michigan successfully wrestled for bonus points in early matches as they bullied Ohio throughout the night to the tune of a 19-

Bowling Green jumped out to a 6-0 lead in the first two minutes, and the Ohio men’s basketball team never led as the Bobcats fell 69-54 to the Falcons on the road Saturday afternoon.

When a team enters only one out of the allowed four athletes in an event, there are only so many points the athlete can score.

Nine points to be exact – nine out of 19.

Kiyanna Black and the Ohio Bobcats (11-3, 2-1) held off Toledo’s (9-5, 2-1) second-half comeback attempt as the ‘Cats topped the Rockets 65-58 at the Convocation Center on Saturday afternoon.

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