Despite being hampered by injuries, particularly on offense, the Dublin Scioto High School football team heads into its regular-season finale Friday, Oct. 31, at Canal Winchester looking to secure a playoff spot.
As his team was soaking in another state championship Oct. 18 on Ohio State's Gray Course, Dublin Jerome High School girls golf coach C.D. Butcher said he couldn't think of two players more worthy of making history than seniors Maite Erana and Sybil Robinson.
As the only senior on the Dublin Jerome High School girls tennis team, Rhiannon James was determined to end her career on a high note when the Celtics competed in the Division I OTCA state tournament Oct. 19 at Reynoldsburg.
While the OCC-Cardinal Division title is out of reach, the Dublin Scioto High School football team will try to keep its postseason chances alive when it plays host to Hilliard Bradley on Friday, Oct. 24.
When Kelly Brothers took over as coach of the Dublin Jerome High School junior varsity girls soccer team in August, she never imagined that two months later she would help guide the varsity to a share of the OCC-Cardinal Division title.
The Dublin Jerome High School boys golf team undoubtedly will be looking to get back to the Division I state tournament next season after failing to make it out of district for the first time in its 11-year history.
Ellee Bullock of the Dublin Jerome High School girls tennis team won a sectional title in singles for the second consecutive season and advanced to the Division I district tournament for the third year in a row.
The Dublin Coffman High School boys cross country team was eager to test itself against some of the best competition in the state when it competed in the Midwest Meet of Champions on Sept. 27 at Hilliard Bradley.
Quarterback Nathan Densel of the Dublin Scioto High School football team anticipates Westerville South will try to rattle him with a variety of blitz packages when the teams meet in an OCC-Cardinal Division game Friday, Oct. 3, at Scioto.