Canal Winchester High School boys soccer coach Erik Feinstein knew it was going to be more difficult for his team to beat Westerville South in a Division I district final than it was during the regular season.
The Groveport Madison High School boys soccer team defeated 35th-seeded Mount Vernon 3-1 in the first round of the Division I district tournament Oct. 15, marking the program's first postseason victory in six years.
Members of the Canal Winchester High School boys soccer team weren't exactly thrilled as they walked off their home field Oct. 7 despite tying Dublin Scioto at 1 to earn at least a share of their first OCC-Cardinal Division championship.
As frustrating as his team's 43-19 loss to Gahanna was in its OCC-Ohio Division opener Sept. 19, Groveport Madison High School football coach Bryan Schoonover has plenty of reasons to remain optimistic.
Canal Winchester High School cross country coach Jeff Kline figured Bryce Carroll wouldn't be a key runner for the boys team in the first half of the season after missing all but two weeks of summer training and the opening meet while undergoing basic training in a U.S. Army boot camp.
The Groveport Madison High School boys soccer team didn't win its OCC-Ohio Division opener against Gahanna on Aug. 26, but coach Deke Scott believes the Cruisers earned a moral victory in the 3-1 loss.
The Canal Winchester High School cross country teams are coming off a season in which their coach, John Bender, died of complications related to leukemia and congestive heart failure in the midst of his 21st season.