Muskingum Valley League softball losing another veteran coach

Sheridan coach Troy Wolfe talks to his team following a a 12-0 win in five innings against Gallipolis Gallia Academy during a Division II district semifinal during the 2018 season at Ohio University. Wolfe resigned after the 2022 season following an 11-year coaching run that included 185 wins and three regional appearances.

THORNVILLE — When Troy Wolfe joined the Muskingum Valley League softball coaching fraternity, he did so while learning on the fly with a baseball background.

He admitted he was in over his head against the likes of John Glenn’s Randy Larrick, Philo’s Michelle Moyer and Maysville’s Greg Vaughn, to name a few, in one of the top softball leagues in the state. 

Eleven years later, he leaves as one of its most successful coaches ever.

Wolfe joined Larrick as veteran MVL coaches to resign following his team’s loss to the Muskies in the Division II regional semifinals. It capped a career that saw him amass a 185-74 record, reach three regional tournaments and play in six consecutive district title games from 2016-22.

He will continue to coach girls cross country and assist J.D. Walters in girls basketball, the only girls program in the school to match Wolfe’s softball success. The rigors of coaching three sports, which included the required offseason activities, kept him away from his family.

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