Fink’s Friday Night Scoreboard

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ZANESVILLE: 22 HEATH: 11 FINAL

Heath fails to score in the second half. Blue Devils face Licking Valley next week. Zanesville is now 3-2 on the season.

ROSECRANS: 26 PORTSMOUTH NOTRE DAME: 62 FINAL

The Bishops fail to put any points on the board after halftime.

MAYSVILLE: 24 CROOKSVILLE: 0 FINAL

The Ceramics host Philo next week. Crooksville hasn’t scored a touchdown since week 1.

PHILO: 20 WEST MUSKINGUM: 14 FINAL

All points came in the first half

JOHN GLENN: 7 SHERIDAN: 21 FINAL

All of the Little Muskies points came in the first half. The Generals travel to River View next week and the Muskies will go to Meadowbrook.

COSHOCTON: 0 MORGAN: 31 FINAL

Jeff Bragg was named as a hometown hero at halftime as the Raiders honor military past and present during their game.

MEADOWBROOK: 28 RIVER VIEW: 39 FINAL

TRI-VALLEY: 23 NEW LEXINGTON: 12 FINAL

The Scotties defense shuts out the Panthers in the second half. The win is Tri-Valley’s fourth in a row.

MILLERSPORT V. MILLER: no score reported

SHENANDOAH: 20 UNION LOCAL: 49 FINAL

The loss is the Zeps first of the season.

BELLAIRE: 25 CAMBRIDGE: 14 FINAL

BUCKEYE TRAIL: 0 CLAYMONT:27 FINAL

The Warriors were led by Braden William who was 11-21 for 50 yards and 0 touchdowns. Charlie Parry had 12 carries for 54 yards and Koen Eagon had 5 receptions for 20 yards.

Claymont was led by Caden Elder had 15 carries for 97 yards and 2 touchdowns. Brody Moreland had 2 receptions for 87 yards and one touchdown.

BELPRE: 0 CALDWELL: 68 FINAL

It was hall of fame night in Caldwell. The Redskins jumped out to a 42-0 lead at the end of the first quarter and a 56-0 lead at halftime.

NEWARK CATHOLIC: 17 LICKING HEIGHTS: 27 FINAL

LAKEWOOD: 0 LICKING VALLEY: 41 FINAL

NEWARK: 7 OLENTANGY ORANGE: 43 FINAL

GRANVILLE: 48 NORTHRIDGE: 6 FINAL

RIDGEWOOD: 34 MALVERN: 7 FINAL

The Generals improve to 4-1 overall.

Nichole Hannahs
Nichole is WHIZ’s News Director/Anchor. She joined the WHIZ family while attending high school at Bishop Rosecrans, before taking a full-time position in 2005. Nichole is no stranger to the area. She grew up in Corning, Ohio and and graduated from Waynesburg College, where she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Communications emphasizing in Sports Broadcasting/Sports Information and Journalism.When not at work Nichole enjoys watching St. Louis Blues hockey, enjoying time with family, spending time outdoors and reading.If Nichole wasn't in broadcasting she'd probably have become a teacher.Nichole is married to a fellow sports fan Brandon. They have two sons Cameron and Xavier.