As senior quarterback Joe Dunnan helped direct the Dublin Jerome High School football team to its first 4-0 start with a 28-14 win over visiting Scioto on Sept. 16, one of his teammates watched with keen interest from the sideline.
Dublin Coffman High School girls tennis coach Brett Hundertpfund believes it's been at least 20 years, and possibly longer, since his program accomplished what it did Sept. 8 when it defeated Upper Arlington 3-2.
The Dublin Scioto High School girls tennis team didn't get the result it was looking for in its OCC-Cardinal Division match against Jerome, but coach Mike Wrigley believes his players can learn from the experience.
Losing a five-member senior class that included a first-team all-American means that the Dublin Coffman High School girls volleyball team entered this season with more uncertainty than in much of its current stretch of nine consecutive league and Division I district championships.
A resident of San Francisco for six years, Mike Vulanich had what he considers one of his greatest experiences in sports when he cheered on the Cleveland Cavaliers as they beat the Golden State Warriors 93-89 to win the NBA championship June 19 in Oracle Arena.
Two-a-days are a memory as are the scrimmages. Yes, another football season is set to kick off Thursday, Aug. 25, in central Ohio when Lancaster visits DeSales and Licking Valley is at Newark Catholic, and it's about time!
The Dublin Jerome High School girls soccer team tried not to let an upset loss in the postseason overshadow a season in which it won a league championship and earned the top seed for the Division I district tournament.