The Olentangy Liberty High School wrestling team’s clinching of at least a share of its second consecutive OCC-Central Division title came down to the final seconds Feb. 4 against visiting Dublin Coffman.
Since losing to Dublin Coffman 6-1 on Jan. 13 -- a game coach Pat Murphy considered to be the low point of the season -- the Dublin Jerome High School hockey team has been gaining momentum as the postseason nears.
The Dublin Jerome High School boys and girls swimming teams will enter the OCC-Cardinal Division meet this weekend looking to ride the momentum of winning their third consecutive Dublin Classic titles.
Dublin Coffman High School wrestlers Dominick Demas and Willy Plaisir each posted his 100th career win during the Jeff Arndt Classic on Jan. 16 at Amanda-Clearcreek. But while they acknowledge reaching the milestone is special, both have a bigger goal in their sights.
After turning in a dominating performance against Dublin Jerome on Jan. 13, the Dublin Coffman High School hockey team set its sights on chasing down St. Charles for the Capital Hockey Conference-Red Division title.
When the Dublin Jerome High School boys basketball team's seniors were sophomores, they told then first-year coach Jamie Pearson about their dream of someday being invited to participate in the Flyin' to the Hoop Invitational.
Dublin Jerome High School girls basketball coach Trey Fogg hopes his team can gain some momentum as it continues through the second round of OCC-Cardinal Division play and prepares for the Division I district tournament.
The Dublin Jerome High School boys basketball team played without one of its top players to start the season, and now its point guard, senior Seve Stavroff, could miss significant time with a knee injury.
Seth Fuller scored 39 points and tied a program record with nine 3-pointers, leading the Dublin Coffman High School boys basketball team past host Westland 88-52 on Dec. 22 in OCC-Central Division play.
Hilliard Davidson High School girls lacrosse coach Chad Smock and Dublin Coffman senior outfielder Cameron Justice were honored by the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids and Major League Baseball Charities on Dec. 8 at Gotham Hall in New York City.