|Schedule & Scores|
|Fri 8/30 7:00 PM||Newark||W 35-0|
|Fri 9/6 7:00 PM||Johnstown-Monroe||W 35-25|
|Fri 9/13 7:00 PM||Tri-Valley||W 28-18|
|Fri 9/20 7:00 PM||@ River View||W 49-13|
|Fri 9/27 7:00 PM||@ Wheeling Park||L 35-34|
|Fri 10/4 7:00 PM||Mount Vernon||W 38-30|
|Fri 10/11 7:00 PM||@ Logan||W 44-14|
|Fri 10/18 7:00 PM||Dover||L 21-35|
|Fri 10/25 7:00 PM||@ New Philadelphia||L 48-21|
|Fri 11/1 7:00 PM||@ Marietta||W 52-28|
|Fri 11/8 7:00 PM||@ Granville||L 41-7|
Sunday, November 3, 2019
The postseason has arrived and the Zanesville Blue Devils enter their first round matchup against the Granville Blue Aces.
Sunday, October 27, 2019
The Marietta Tigers come into Friday projected to finish the season 4-6 at 24th in Region 11.
Monday, October 21, 2019
In a week 9 matchup with major playoff implications, the Zanesville Blue Devils go on the road to face off against the New Philadelphia Quakers.
Sunday, October 13, 2019
Week 8 might bring about the biggest game of the season for both the Dover Tornadoes and the Zanesville Blue Devils as it could ultimately decide the postseason fate of either one.
Sunday, October 6, 2019
The Logan Chieftains come into Friday projected to finish the season 4-6 at 17th in Region 8.
Sunday, September 29, 2019
Week 6 might bring about the biggest game of the season for both the Mount Vernon Yellow Jackets and the Zanesville Blue Devils as it could ultimately decide the postseason fate of either one.
Sunday, September 15, 2019
Friday's matchup between the Zanesville Blue Devils and the River View Black Bears has the potential to get out of hand rather quickly.
Sunday, September 8, 2019
The Zanesville Blue Devils and the Tri-Valley Scotties head into a week 3 matchup on Friday looking for what will likely be a hardfought victory.
Monday, September 2, 2019
This week, the Johnstown-Monroe Johnies will face a tough task as they head into Friday as 15-point underdogs against the Zanesville Blue Devils.
Wednesday, August 21, 2019
The season-opening matchup between the Zanesville Blue Devils and the Newark Wildcats should be at least moderately competitive.