Alexander ended its year on Friday with a 34-22 victory over Southeastern. With the 2020 season officially behind them, Coach Earich Dean and the Spartans’ coaching staff have already started working on how the team will look in 2021.
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With the eighth week of high school football finally done, only one TVC-Ohio team remains in the OHSAA playoffs. All other teams have been eliminated or have one final nonconference game to close out the season.
Alexander has been looking for its offense to play a complete game all season.
The Spartans will travel to Chillicothe on Friday in search of their second win.
Jagger Cain wants everyone to know that he’s “built different.”
The OHSAA playoffs are in full swing, and the TVC-Ohio continues play as teams fight for another week in the bracket or ride out the last few weeks with nonconference play.
With just one second left in the game, Alexander trailed 19-14 and had one more shot at the end zone to try to get the win.
Despite opting out of the playoffs, Alexander’s (1-5, 1-4 Tri-Valley Conference-Ohio) season will continue Friday when they take on Belpre in a nonconference game.
When Alexander opened its season with a 21-13 loss to Athens, it looked like the defense could hold the team together while the offense figured out its identity.
Friday marked the end of the most unconventional season in TVC-Ohio history. As quickly as it appeared, the regular season is over and the OHSAA playoffs are mere days away.
With under five minutes left in the game, Meigs was forced to punt the football and give Alexander possession with a chance to take the lead.
With the hope of playoffs gone for the Spartans in the 2020 season, Alexander is still looking to end its season on a high note with a win over a longtime rival.
Michael Wells is the “babysitter” of Alexander’s offensive line.
Last week, Alexander had the game it had been looking for all season.
After getting its first notch in the win column following its dominant victory over River Valley, Alexander must keep its momentum rolling as it plays its final road game of the season.
Xander Karagosian didn’t play one snap of football during his sophomore year.
The second half of the TVC-Ohio season has begun. Some teams didn’t get a chance to play, while others are finally recouping from early losses this season. Another week is done, and The Post is back once again to fill you in on what happened this week in high school football.
ALBANY — Coach Earich Dean has been waiting for the Alexander rushing attack to live up to its potential all season.
On Friday, two winless teams will enter, but only one will come away with their first win of the season.
Logan Neal does everything asked of him as a team leader.