90-Day Archive

Girls Basketball

O'Mara selected to take over Bobcats program

Brian O'Mara is quite familiar with the Grandview Heights High School girls basketball program and has more than 30 years of coaching experience, but that doesn't mean he isn't willing to seek advice now and then in his new role.
Girls Volleyball

Bastuba named coach of Bobcats

Members of the Grandview Heights High School girls volleyball team are familiar with their new coach.
Track & Field

State symbolizes season for Evans

Coach Brian Schoch continued to be amazed by Luke Evans.
Track & Field

Evans places 3rd in 1,600 at state meet

Luke Evans wasn't supposed to reach the podium based on regional times entering the 1,600 meters in the Division III state boys track and field meet June 6 and 7 at Ohio State.
Grandview Heights Roundup

Boys track squad second at regional

The Grandview Heights High School boys track and field team came within reach of a two-time defending state champion in the Division III regional meet May 28 and 30 at Fairfield Union.
Grandview Heights Roundup

Boys track team wins district

The Grandview Heights High School boys track and field team had a fast start and used that momentum to win a district championship.
Grandview Heights Roundup

Girls run to another league title

Emily Burns had a rough start to her day, but finished with a flourish to help lead the Grandview Heights High School girls track and field team to its seventh consecutive league title.
Grandview Heights Roundup

Role reversal suits Bair, Satterthwaite

Seniors Halli Bair and Laura Satterthwaite have seen their roles reverse for the Grandview Heights High School girls track and field team.
Grandview Heights Roundup

Schedule toughens tennis team

A difficult early schedule may pay off for the Grandview Heights High School boys tennis team as it approaches the postseason.
Grandview Heights Roundup

Evans' record highlights Booster meet

Luke Evans hoped to be pushed by his competition in the 3,200 meters, but the senior on the Grandview Heights High School boys track and field team had to look to the crowd instead.