Knowing what was at stake, New Albany Country Club and Scioto Country Club swimmers of all ages took turns crowding around a whiteboard on which results were posted as the Private Country Club Athletic League championships wound down July 11 at Ohio State.
Columbus Eagles FC players practice several nights a week and play games most weekends from Memorial Day to the middle of July, but some members of the third-year amateur women's soccer team are starting to find out they don't necessarily go off the clock.
Dublin Jerome High School athletics director Ryan Walker pointed to a dedicated effort throughout the school year as a key to the Celtics winning their first Ralph Young All-Sports Award in the OCC-Cardinal Division.
Well before the rebirth of the Licking County League and the expansion and realignment of the Mid-State League in 2013, small-school programs from the Central District were known for producing some of the state's best high school football talent.
As Adam Hall and his Coastal Carolina University baseball teammates celebrated the school's first national title, a few hundred miles away Hall's high school coach reflected on his former player's achievement.
The merger between two central Ohio synchronized swimming programs has proven successful, as 24 area girls will be competing in the Junior Olympics Championships from Friday, June 24, though July 2 in Long Island, New York.
When the Ohio High School Athletic Association began combining boys and girls enrollments to determine postseason divisions for cross country in 2013, one of the coaches who expressed disappointed in the decision was Watterson’s Matt McGowan.
Given that Upper Arlington has won 15 state championships, including four of the past five in Division I, Dublin Coffman High School boys lacrosse coach Mark Forsythe was expecting the Golden Bears to add to those totals this week.
Dublin Scioto High School baseball coach Ken Carpenter admits that his team's 7-6 loss to fourth-seeded Gahanna in a Division I district semifinal May 16 at Ohio Dominican University is going to sting for a while.
Playing in its first Division I district tournament semifinal since 2009, the Dublin Scioto High School baseball team dropped a 7-6 decision to fourth-seeded Gahanna on May 16 at Ohio Dominican University.