Even before the Division I, district 2 meet Oct. 22 at Watkins Memorial, Canal Winchester High School cross country coach Jeff Kline said this year's boys team probably is the program's best since it moved to Division I in 2009.
The Groveport Madison High School football team will be looking to play with the same energy against visiting Newark on Friday, Oct. 14, that it displayed in a 25-17 win over host Canal Winchester on Oct. 7.
As the Canal Winchester High School football team prepares to begin OCC-Capital Division play Friday, Sept. 30, at New Albany, a few of the Indians' most important players are filling roles they did not expect before the season.
The Canal Winchester High School girls golf team might have been only the third-happiest team after the third round of the OCC-Ohio Division tournament Aug. 30 at The Links at Groveport, but the Indians didn't care.
Not often is the second game of the season considered a critical contest, but Groveport Madison High School football coach Bryan Schoonover believes that's the case for his team, which plays host to Columbus South on Friday, Sept. 2.
If the respective head coaches' thoughts ring true, the Groveport Madison High School football team's visit to Westerville North on Friday, Aug. 26, to open the season could pit near-mirror images against each other.
Thomas Worthington High School football coach Rodney Hopkins doesn't necessarily think his team and its opening-night opponent, Canal Winchester, are at the same stage in terms of rebuilding their programs.