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Boys track squad eyes postseason
Marysville High School boys track and field coach J.B. Ritchie loves crunching numbers.
Baseball team looking to persevere
Senior Aron Mowery believes the adversity his Marysville High School baseball team has faced this season only will make it stronger.
Bline steps down as Marysville athletics director
Joe Bline is proud of the achievements that occurred during his tenure as Marysville High School athletics director.
Softball team eyeing Patriots
Since joining the Marysville High School softball program in 1993 -- first as a player and later as a coach -- Jennifer Segner-Maxwell has grown accustomed to competing in big games.
Boys lacrosse team gets 'needed' win
After losing its opener to Hilliard Bradley 24-0 on April 1, Marysville High School boys lacrosse coach Art Baschnagel realized his team needed a confidence builder.
Boys track team has balance
Marysville High School boys track and field coach J.B. Ritchie is confident his team has its most balance and depth since he has been involved with the program.
Softball team hungry for title
After sharing the OCC-Central Division title with Olentangy Liberty the past two seasons, the Marysville High School softball team is looking for an outright league championship this spring.
Rahmani joins elite company
Marysville High School senior wrestler Taleb Rahmani joined some elite company by winning a Division I state title March 14 at Ohio State.
Wrestling team finishes fifth at district
Although his team fell short of winning its fourth consecutive Division I district title, Marysville High School wrestling coach Shawn Andrews was pleased to have three state qualifiers.
Wrestlers secure sectional title
Marysville High School wrestling coach Shawn Andrews considers the postseason to be a three-week season of its own, and his team started it with a strong performance.
Boys team enjoyed regular season
Although his team lost two of its last three games heading into the postseason, Marysville High School boys basketball coach Ryan Grose was quick to point out that the Monarchs had several highlights during the regular season.
Boys team closes in on first goal
The Marysville High School boys basketball team's goals entering the season included reaching the 15-win mark.
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