During her seven seasons at North Union, first-year Dublin Jerome High School girls basketball coach Natalie Herring directed the Wildcats to an average of 21 wins per season as well as six Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference titles and three Division III district championships.
After earning all-state recognition competing in the Division I cross country state meet for the first time, Dublin Scioto High School junior Cesar Arellano left National Trail Raceway on Nov. 4 motivated to do even better next season.
Despite being among the final few qualifiers for the Division I state cross country meet, Dublin Jerome High School boys runners Kellen Posacki and Elliott Cook each placed in the top 50 on Nov. 5 at National Trail Raceway.
The Dublin Jerome High School football team celebrated its second consecutive OCC-Cardinal Division title last weekend, but quickly went back to work in preparation for its first playoff appearance since 2008.
Dublin Scioto High School junior Cesar Arellano entered the Division I boys regional cross country meet Oct. 29 at Pickerington North looking to atone for disappointing regional finishes the past two seasons.
While some coaches devise a plan with a target date for improvement when taking over a program, second-year Dublin Jerome High School football coach Bob Gecewich said he never set a number of years for a turnaround.
Dublin Coffman High School football coach Mark Crabtree has been suspended for the first two playoff games this season because of a recruiting violation, the Ohio High School Athletic Association announced Oct. 25.
The Dublin Scioto High School football team will be looking to extend its winning streak and continue its pursuit of a playoff berth and league title when it plays host to winless Thomas Worthington on Friday, Oct. 21.