The Dublin Scioto High School football team will be looking to extend its winning streak and continue its pursuit of a playoff berth and league title when it plays host to winless Thomas Worthington on Friday, Oct. 21.
Every time Dublin Coffman High School football coach Mark Crabtree breaks down film of rival Hilliard Davidson in preparation for their annual OCC-Central Division showdown, it seems like he is watching the same footage.
Casey Kirk hasn't forgotten the Dublin Coffman High School football team's game against Central Crossing last year, but in case the senior running back or his teammates need a reminder about the Shamrocks' 48-42 overtime loss to the Comets, they don't have to look very hard to find one.
As the Dublin Coffman High School girls volleyball team celebrated at least a share of its 10th consecutive league championship Sept. 29 at Marysville, Rika Yoshimura may have savored the moment more than her teammates.
The unbeaten Dublin Jerome High School football team will continue its pursuit of its first playoff berth since 2008 when it plays host to winless Thomas Worthington on Friday, Sept. 30, in an OCC-Cardinal Division contest.
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.