The Hartley High School football team's first meeting with a Greater Catholic League opponent since its 2010 state championship run likely will come down to which team runs the ball at a more successful rate.
Even with a new coach and after having its best player graduate, the Hartley High School girls basketball team might not look much different than it did during its run to a Division II district title a year ago.
It might sound surprising to hear from a quarterback who is closing in on 7,000 career passing yards, but Olentangy High School's Deeb Haber long considered college baseball his future rather than football.
In reviewing his team's third consecutive loss in the first round of the playoffs, Bexley High School football coach John Smith couldn't help but point to a handful of plays that might've made a difference.
With his team coming off a rough midseason stretch, Ready High School football coach Brian Cross figured the Silver Knights would have to win three of their last four games to have a shot at making the Division VI, Region 21 playoffs.
Getting junior Jake Ruby back in charge of its offense is just one of the factors trending in the right direction for the Hartley High School football team as it continues its ascent toward the top of the Division IV, Region 12 computer ratings.
The DeSales High School football team will take a red-hot rushing attack into its matchup at St. Charles on Friday, Oct. 23, with an eye on securing a second consecutive CCL-Silver Division championship and extending a seven-game winning streak.
In its pursuit of a Division II state championship, the Bexley High School boys golf team enters the 12-team tournament knowing it had the second-lowest score among those competitors in district tournaments last week.