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.
The Delaware Christian School girls volleyball team was looking to win its first district title -- and the school's second district championship -- when it faced third-seeded Berne Union in a Division IV district final Oct. 31 at Buckeye Valley.
Grant Godfrey wasn't pleased with his play in the second round of the Division I boys state golf tournament Oct. 24 on Ohio State's Scarlet Course, but the Delaware Hayes High School senior was proud of his accomplishments.
Delaware Hayes High School football coach Mike Golden said his team will be facing its most difficult challenge of the season when it plays host to Olentangy on Friday, Oct. 30, in its regular-season finale.
After his team fell behind 3-0 in the first half against 18th-seeded Delaware in the first round of the Division I district tournament, Big Walnut High School boys soccer coach Tyler DeLorenzo said the 25th-seeded Golden Eagles went into "damage control."
As has been the case since the Ohio High School Athletic Association expanded girls golf to two divisions in 2008, 36 boys teams and 24 girls squads will be competing over the next two weekends for state championships.
Big Walnut High School boys soccer coach Tyler DeLorenzo said his team has improved as the season has progressed, but he is looking to see more from his players with three weeks left in the regular season.