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.
With four returning seniors who already had committed to play in college, the Dublin Coffman High School girls volleyball team expected to be one of the district's top contenders for a state berth this fall.
After a slow start, the Dublin Jerome High School football team turned its season around, finishing on a five-game winning streak and earning a share of the OCC-Cardinal Division title under first-year coach Bob Gecewich.
With future college players such as Sybil Robinson, Lexie Toth and Jenna DiPaolo among those who have been key players in recent seasons, the Dublin Jerome High School girls golf team never has lacked for talent during its run to five consecutive Division I state championships.
The Davis twins will be looking for three consecutive individual titles when the Dublin Jerome High School boys and girls cross country teams compete in the Division I regional meet Saturday, Oct. 31, at Pickerington North.
The Dublin Coffman High School girls volleyball team will attempt to take another step toward adding to its Division I district championship streak when it plays 19th-seeded Hilliard Darby in a district semifinal Thursday, Oct. 29, at Whitehall.
With no playoff berth or league title on the line, the objective for the Dublin Scioto High School football team in its season finale is to not only send the seniors out with a victory, but avoid matching the worst record in program history.
The Westerville Central High School football team will be looking to clinch the outright OCC-Cardinal Division title on Friday, Oct. 30, when it travels to Dublin Jerome, but Warhawks coach John Magistro knows it won't be an easy task.
Dublin Jerome High School football coach Bob Gecewich said running back Jaelen Gill won't be the only concern for his team when it travels to Westerville South on Friday, Oct. 23, for an OCC-Cardinal Division contest.
The Dublin Jerome High School boys and girls soccer teams entered the final week of the regular season in possession of OCC-Cardinal Division titles, and both have aspirations of advancing far in the postseason.