Jamie Pearson wanted to build a boys basketball program to rival some of the top teams in the state, and the second-year Dublin Jerome High School coach saw his team take its first step in that direction Jan. 16.
Scott Berg scored 22 points, including a pair of free throws in overtime, to help lead the Dublin Scioto High School boys basketball team to a 57-55 victory over Hilliard Darby in an OCC-Cardinal Division game Jan. 9.
While sitting out a game against Hilliard Davidson on Dec. 27, senior Hadley Kiefer of the Dublin Jerome High School girls basketball team couldn't help but think about her sophomore year, how she missed most of that season with a knee injury.
Following back-to-back losses in October, members of the Dublin Scioto High School football team knew they couldn't afford another loss if they were to secure a playoff berth for the third consecutive season.
Dublin Scioto High School football coach Karl Johnson has seen plenty of film on Olentangy in 15 seasons with the Irish, but those Braves teams were different than the one Scioto will see in the Division II, Region 5 final Friday, Nov. 21, at Westerville Central.
The chunk of asphalt that serves as the Battle of Hard Road trophy is only on the line when the Worthington Kilbourne and Dublin Scioto high school football teams face each other during the regular season.
It wasn't the award Bailey Borland wanted to take home, but the senior defender for the Dublin Coffman High School girls soccer team proudly clutched the Division I state runner-up trophy after a 4-1 loss to Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit in the state final Nov. 8 at Crew Stadium.