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.
The Dublin Jerome High School girls tennis team will look to capture its fourth OTCA Division I state team title in five seasons after beating Upper Arlington 3-1 on Oct. 12 in a district final at home.
Jerome's Mya Howard (left) battles Scioto's Taelor Norris for the ball during the OCC-Cardinal Division contest Sept. 21. The Celtics, who won 3-1, will play Tuesday, Oct. 6, as host to Westerville South. The Irish will play Thursday, Oct. 1, as host to Ready and will be home Tuesday, Oct. 6, against Hilliard Bradley.
Not only will the Dublin Scioto High School football team be looking to even its overall record in an OCC-Cardinal Division clash at Westerville South on Friday, Oct. 2, it can earn its fourth consecutive victory against the Wildcats.
As the Dublin Scioto and Westerville North high school football teams prepared for their OCC-Cardinal Division meeting Friday, Sept. 25, at North, Irish coach Karl Johnson thought the two teams were in the same boat.
Based of how hard his athletes trained during the summer, Dublin Jerome High School girls cross country coach Kenny Schuster believes his team has the potential to put together its best season in program history.
Dublin Scioto High School boys cross country coach Kevin Foley is optimistic that his team will top what it accomplished last year given that the Irish didn't lose any of their top performers to graduation.
The Dublin Coffman High School girls golf team will attempt to wrap up a sixth consecutive league championship when it competes in the fourth round of the OCC-Capital Division tournament Tuesday, Sept. 8, at Royal American.