Eryn Weber has heard more than a few fans of the Columbus Eagles FC say that for as well as the second-year amateur women's soccer team has played so far this season, it should have won more than once in its first seven games.
While the Division I state co-championship the girls track and field team earned June 6 capped the prep sports year for Gahanna Lincoln High School, there were numerous other athletic performances of note for the Lions in 2014-15.
Since the last time the Ohio High School Athletic Association determined its football divisions based on the enrollment numbers of its member schools in May 2013, Marion-Franklin's boys enrollment dropped by 36 while Beechcroft's was unchanged.
With contributions from a strong group of freshmen in 2012, the Gahanna Lincoln High School girls track and field team moved up a spot to take third in the OCC-Ohio Division meet and advanced to the Division I state meet in three events.
As Gahanna Christian Academy's Michael Ramsey left the high-jump area following his final attempt in the Division III state track and field meet June 5 at Ohio State, he glanced at coach Jeremy Reeves and smiled.
The way the Gahanna Lincoln High School softball team hit throughout the postseason, even the five-run lead Teays Valley held heading into the bottom of the seventh inning in a Division I regional final May 30 at Ohio State wasn't safe.