NEWTON TOWNSHIP -- With the nucleus of 2009-10's team returning and changes throughout the rest of the Muskingum Valley League, Maysville is aiming high. Coach Pat Miller has high expectations for his Lady Panthers.
WARSAW -- The play the River View Lady Bears ran in the waning seconds of Friday night's game against Maysville might not have gone as planned.
NEWTON TOWNSHIP -- Maysville's Melanie Poorman had been waiting on a breakout game since signing with Youngstown State.
HOWARD -- At Howard, Karen Sidwell led a balanced effort with 18 points and Melanie Poorman had five assists and four steals to lead the Panthers (8-4) to a nonleague road win Thursday.
DUNCAN FALLS -- For the second time this season, Philo gave a veteran Maysville team all it could handle.
NEWTON TOWNSHIP -- Maysville used a stifling defense to create offense Wednesday and cruised past visiting Morgan 53-27 in the Muskingum Valley League game at the Panther Pound.
NEWTON TOWNSHIP -- The "Tri-Valley Mystique" has spooked plenty of Muskingum Valley League opponents in recent years, and Maysville has often topped the list.
NEWTON TOWNSHIP -- Powered by Melanie Poorman's 21-point performance, Maysville escaped Senior Night with a 57-44 victory against visiting John Glenn on Wednesday night at the Panther Pound.
DRESDEN -- Like a field of land mines, there were no safe havens at the Division II girls basketball sectional drawing Sunday at Tri-Valley.
THORNVILLE — After a close first quarter, Maysville held host Sheridan to three points in the second frame en route to a 49-32 victory in the Muskingum Valley League contest at Glen Hursey Gymnasium.
DRESDEN -- With an 11-point lead and five minutes left in the game, Maysville appeared to be in control Saturday night. River View made it interesting with a 12-1 run to tie the game, but the Panthers made five of their final eight free throws in the fourth quarter to secure a 55-52 win in the Division II sectional tournament at Tri-Valley High School.
DRESDEN -- Several factors determine outcomes, and controlling tempo is near the top of that list.
Three local athletes and three coaches were honored with top awards on the District 12 Basketball Coaches Association teams announced recently.
Coming into this past season, the Maysville Lady Panthers had one goal in mind -- winning the Muskingum Valley League title.
Maysville, ZHS players D-II special mention selections
Maysville's Poorman and Smith lead West