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PV picks up a pair of wrestling wins


PV 54, GV 24

2015-2016 Small Game Hunting Seasons Proposed to Ohio Wildlife Council

The 2015-2016 small game hunting seasons were proposed to the Ohio Wildlife Council on Wednesday, Jan. 14, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR).

Dragon Boy’s rack up three dual victories- Girl’s take a 2-2 split in quad dual at Spire

Lakeside boy’s and girl’s swimming teams welcomed Chardon, Kirtland, Madison and PV to Spire for their first home meet of the season.

Spartans fend off Falcons

CONNEAUT - After a cold winter week that led to numerous local sports cancellations, county teams were back in action this week. Jefferson's Lady Falcons visited the Conneaut Lady Spartans Wednesday evening, Jan. 14.    Evenly matched, the teams battled throughout the contest. Conneaut  pulled ahead after the half and fended off the Falcons for a 51-49 victory.

Spartans squelch Dragons

CONNEAUT - The Conneaut Lady Spartans hosted their second Ashtabula County rival Thursday, Jan 15. Wednesday, the Spartans hosted Jefferson and Thursday, Lakeside in a make-up game previously cancelled because of cold weather.

Coming off the win against Jefferson added to the Spartans confidence. They came out running with Lexi Zappitelli leading the way and Carly Kay helping inside. The Spartans began the contest with a 16-5 lead after one quarter.

Trojans top Spartans

CONNEAUT - Warming up a cold Saturday at Garcia Gymnasium, the Conneaut Spartans hosted the Greenville, Pa. Trojans.

In a closely contested game, the score seesawed within a couple points and was tied several times. But the visitors made their free throws in the final minutes and held on for a 57-49 win.

Lakers drown Black Knights

ANDOVER TOWNSHIP -The Pymatuning Valley Lakers began the new year by welcoming NAC competitor Newbury to Laker Gym.

In a fast paced game, the Lakers pleased the crowd with a hustling offense and strong defense while limiting the visitors to one shot at the hoop.

Ohio State Recognized as 2014 NFF MacArthur Bowl Recipient


Ohio State wins its fourth MacArthur Bowl, earning the right to have its name added to fabled trophy on display at the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta.

Mustangs pick up another win


ORWELL – The Grand Valley Mustangs improved to 9-2 on the season with a 63-26 win over the visiting Newbury Black Knights.

Falcons improve to 8-0


YOUNGSTOWN – The Jefferson Falcons boys basketball team stayed unbeaten this season with a 59-50 win over Youngstown East.

Geneva holds on


GENEVA – The Geneva Eagles were able to hold on for a 49-45 win over the visiting Howland Tigers in a recent girls basketball game. The Eagles looked to win in double figures early on as they led 14-2 after one quarter of action.

Ohio Hunters Harvest more than 13,000 Deer during Muzzleloader Season

Hunting is the best and most effective management tool for maintaining Ohio’s healthy deer population. Hunters harvested 13,726 white-tailed deer during Ohio’s 2015 muzzleloader season, Jan. 2-5, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR).

Field reports from ODNR Division of Wildlife Officers


Central Ohio – Wildlife District One

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