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  • Dr. William Elder, left, and Gary Alverson,  pull trees out of woods near Ankneytown. Fredericktown United Methodist Church will offer firewood for sale to help families with winter heat. style=

    Fredericktown church sells wood for heating bill aid

    Dr. William Elder, left, and Gary Alverson, pull trees out of woods near Ankneytown. Fredericktown United Methodist Church will offer firewood for sale to help families with winter heat. (Photo by Rhonda Bletner)

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  • Highland’s David Fisher scores a touchdown from four yards out to give Highland a 21-0 lead over Mount Gilead during Friday’s game. style=

    Highland too much for Mount Gilead in romp

    Highland’s David Fisher scores a touchdown from four yards out to give Highland a 21-0 lead over Mount Gilead during Friday’s game. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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  • Highland’s Shawn Beltz carries the ball for a 26-yard touchdown in the first quarter of Friday’s game against Mount Gilead. style=

    Highland too much for Mount Gilead in romp

    Highland’s Shawn Beltz carries the ball for a 26-yard touchdown in the first quarter of Friday’s game against Mount Gilead. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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  • Members of the Loudonville Redbirds block an East Knox punt leading to a touchdown during Friday’s game. The Redbirds won, 33-27. style=

    Bulldogs’ comeback falls short vs. Redbirds

    Members of the Loudonville Redbirds block an East Knox punt leading to a touchdown during Friday’s game. The Redbirds won, 33-27. (Photo by Joshua Morrison)

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  • Fredericktown’s Tyler Ruhl looks for daylight during the Freddies game with Utica on Friday. Trailing on the play are Braedon Taylor (23) and Mitchell Peck (60).  style=

    Redskins hang tough, but Freddies prevail

    Fredericktown’s Tyler Ruhl looks for daylight during the Freddies game with Utica on Friday. Trailing on the play are Braedon Taylor (23) and Mitchell Peck (60). (Photo by Fred Main)

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  • Fredericktown’s Chris Hoar (7) escapes the grasp of Utica’s Briar Mueller (11) after catching a pass in their game Friday at Utica. The Freddies scored late to hold off the Redskins, 37-27. style=

    Redskins hang tough, but Freddies prevail

    Fredericktown’s Chris Hoar (7) escapes the grasp of Utica’s Briar Mueller (11) after catching a pass in their game Friday at Utica. The Freddies scored late to hold off the Redskins, 37-27. (Photo by Fred Main)

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  • Danville’s Bryce Staats, left, rushes past Johnstown defenders for a 72-yard touchdown in the first quarter of Friday’s Mid-Buckeye Conference showdown. Danville’s Austin Hazen (33) is looking on. The Blue Devils won, 42-35. style=

    Staats, Blue Devils run past Johnstown

    Danville’s Bryce Staats, left, rushes past Johnstown defenders for a 72-yard touchdown in the first quarter of Friday’s Mid-Buckeye Conference showdown. Danville’s Austin Hazen (33) is looking on. The Blue Devils won, 42-35. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Danville’s Marshall Magers, bottom, trips up Johnstown quarterback Tyler Thompson while fellow defenders Nick Hawk (57), Austin Gonzales (45) and Andy Payne (62) pursue during Friday’s game.  style=

    Staats, Blue Devils run past Johnstown

    Danville’s Marshall Magers, bottom, trips up Johnstown quarterback Tyler Thompson while fellow defenders Nick Hawk (57), Austin Gonzales (45) and Andy Payne (62) pursue during Friday’s game. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Centerburg’s Faithe Carr reacts after scoring par on No. 6 on the Ohio State University Gray course at the Division II State tournament on Friday. style=

    Carr stumbles, recovers in first round at state

    Centerburg’s Faithe Carr reacts after scoring par on No. 6 on the Ohio State University Gray course at the Division II State tournament on Friday. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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