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.
Central Crossing High School track and field coach Doug Boggs enjoyed most of his time at the Division I state meet, relishing the first time in the school's 13-year history that the Comets advanced multiple individuals to that level.
After being hampered by a left hamstring injury last year during the regional meet, Grove City Christian School senior Tre Galloway-Roberts rededicated himself in preparation for the 2015 boys track and field season.
Although first-year Ready High School track and field coach Shannon Laseak is hoping to increase the numbers on both the boys and girls teams next season, there is a strong base of distance runners from the girls squad to build around.
After upsetting its first opponent in the Division III district tournament, the Ready High School softball team tried to defeat another higher-seeded squad when it played fifth-seeded West Jefferson in a district semifinal May 20 at Pickerington Central.
Taylor Manivanh of the Central Crossing High School girls track and field team took another step toward competing in her second consecutive Division I state meet by winning a long jump district championship for the second year in a row.
The Grove City Christian School track and field teams entered the Division III district meet at Whitehall expecting senior Tre Roberts of the boys squad to have the best chance of advancing to regional.
Ryan McFarland could tell his father didn't initially understand what made him interested in joining the Ready High School boys tennis team four years ago. However, that didn't stop Dennis McFarland from coming out to matches and supporting his son throughout his prep career.