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Local karate students perform well in tourney - Portsmouth Daily Times
Fifteen students from the Dogwood Ridge Tokoshi Martial Arts Dojo competed at the Karate for Christ Smoky Mountain Classic Karate Tournament that was held in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Pictured (front) Aya Soumakieh, first fighting, second Kata and third ...
SSU men’s soccer struggles in Indiana - Portsmouth Daily Times
FORT WAYNE, Ind. – The Shawnee State took a 1-0 advantage on an own goal from Indiana Tech in the 39th minute, but the Warriors responded less than two minutes later with an goal of their own to push the contest on Saturday to a 1-1 draw. Following a ...
Three first half goals lead to SSU victory - Portsmouth Daily Times
EAST CHICAGO, Ind. – Shawnee State scored three goals in the opening frame, and outlasted a comeback from Saint Mary of the Woods to earn in 3-2 win in the consolation game of the Crimson Wave Soccer Invitational on Sunday morning. Shawnee State ...
OSU Monday morning grade card - Portsmouth Daily Times
Everyone already knew redshirt freshman quarterback J.T. Barrett wouldn’t be Braxton Miller. But there was great curiosity about what he could bring to the field. Barrett threw for 226 yards and two touchdowns and one interception in his first college start.
Appleton Gallery showcases “Expansion” - Portsmouth Daily Times
The Shawnee State University (SSU) Appleton Gallery in the Vern Riffe Center for the Arts (VRCFA) recently opened the first gallery of the academic year with “Expansion,” which is work by the Nelsonville, Ohio, Majestic Gallery. Todd Reynolds is the ...
PES staff in cold water with students - Portsmouth Daily Times
Three members of Portsmouth Elementary School’s (PES) administrative staff, Tom Walker, Dana Pollock, and Beth Born, participated in the ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) Association Ice Bucket Challenge last Friday. The event was held on the PES ...
Meyer hopes OSU offensive line starting to mature - Portsmouth Daily Times
COLUMBUS – Urban Meyer said it before Braxton Miller’s injury. He’s still saying it. The offensive line is his biggest concern about this year’s Ohio State football team. That line, with four new starters, struggled in the first half of OSU’s 34 ...
Pierron crowned Miss River Days - Portsmouth Daily Times
One of the many highlights to the annual River Days festival is the Miss River Days Pageant, which was held on Saturday night at the Vern Riffe Center For the Arts, where Miss Notre Dame Brooke Pierron was crowned the 51st Miss River Days. When asked about ...
Local student makes OU 110 - Portsmouth Daily Times
From the first moment she first saw the Ohio University (OU) Marching 110 during her eighth grade year, local Destiny Campbell decided she wanted to be a Bobcat in the marching band. Campbell said that pursuing the opportunity to march in the band she fell ...
OSU beats Navy 34-17 - Portsmouth Daily Times
BALTIMORE — Two hours after Ohio State’s 34-17 win over Navy on Saturday, all the Navy logos had been scrubbed and washed from the artificial turf at the Baltimore Ravens’ M&T Stadium. Much like Navy’s hold on the game, they were temporary, not ...