90-Day Archive

Football

New Albany, Reynoldsburg seek strong start

With only two returning starters on offense and five on defense, the New Albany High School football team hopes to kick-start another successful season by winning its opener Thursday, Aug. 28, at Reynoldsburg.
New Albany Roundup

Boys cross country team has high expectations

This year is the last stand for New Albany High School boys cross country coach Chad Olinger and his team's top runners.
Academy Roundup

Football team to face Grove City Christian

The Columbus Academy and host Grove City Christian School football teams enter their opener Friday, Aug. 29, in similar situations.
Columbus Academy Roundup

Boys soccer squad working to meet expectations

The Columbus Academy boys soccer team is seeking another deep run in the Division III postseason.
New Albany Roundup

Girls soccer team to pick up tempo

For several reasons, New Albany High School girls soccer coach Chad Schuler has enough trust in this year's team to make some considerable changes.
New Albany Roundup

Boys golf team faces challenges

Two consecutive Division I state tournament appearances, not to mention four OCC-Capital Division championships in a row, indicate the kind of talent the New Albany High School boys golf team boasts seemingly every year.
Girls Tennis

Eagles build endurance for late-season run

A recent New Albany High School girls tennis team practice didn't end at the Eagles' new 10-court facility.
Diving

Dinsmore makes splash on world stage

New Albany High School senior David Dinsmore and his diving coach, John Appleman, spent more than two weeks in Shanghai, China, in July for the Federation Internationale de Natation (FINA) World Cup.
Rowing

Bauer competes for USA in world championships

Ashley Bauer got a view that she'll never forget while competing for the USA women's rowing team July 23-26 in Varese, Italy.
Ralph Young All-Sports Trophy

New Albany wins award for fifth consecutive year

As far as Tanner Cline is concerned, the groundwork for New Albany High School winning its fifth consecutive Ralph Young All-Sports trophy for the OCC-Capital Division began around the time the Eagles won their first.
Athletics

Columbus Academy excited about new turf

The coaches at Columbus Academy had grown accustomed to practicing and playing on soggy fields whenever it would rain.
Track & Field

Regrouping is task for girls team

For the first time in six years, New Albany High School girls track and field coach Otis Winston could make plans on the Saturday night of the Division I state meet.
Columbus Academy Roundup

Boys track squad pleased with season

Although it fell short of its goal of winning a third consecutive Division III state title, the Columbus Academy boys track and field team enjoyed another strong season.
Boys Tennis

Eagles look to take another step next year

The New Albany High School boys tennis team hopes a strong finish to this season has the Eagles in prime position to do even more in 2015.
Columbus Academy Roundup

Lint sets state record in winning 300 hurdles

Led by a state-record performance from senior Jack Lint, the Columbus Academy boys track and field team finished third in the Division III state meet June 6 and 7 at Ohio State.
Track & Field

White places fifth at state in high jump

For placing fifth in the Division I girls high jump at the state track and field meet, New Albany High School senior Dena White's picture will be added to a hallway in the school already adorned by photos of all-state honorees.
New Albany Roundup

White, Winters lead girls at regional

Dena White of the New Albany High School girls track and field team threw her head back during the Division I regional meet May 28 at Pickerington North.
Boys Tennis

Cash, Kobelt place third at state

C.J. Cash and Alex Kobelt of the New Albany High School boys tennis team might have simply overmatched their opponent in the Division I state tournament's third-place doubles match May 31 at Ohio State.
Columbus Academy Roundup

Tennis team finishes as state runner-up

As the final match of the year wound down June 1 at Reynoldsburg, Columbus Academy boys tennis coach Jeff Warstler reflected on another strong season.