Although the New Albany High School boys golf team already had the OCC-Capital Division championship in hand, the fourth and final round of the league tournament came down to a fifth-player tiebreaker.
With little room for error as far as its postseason chances are concerned, the New Albany High School football team will play a somewhat familiar foe Friday, Sept. 23, when it visits Westerville North.
Two-a-days are a memory as are the scrimmages. Yes, another football season is set to kick off Thursday, Aug. 25, in central Ohio when Lancaster visits DeSales and Licking Valley is at Newark Catholic, and it's about time!
Coming off a season in which the New Albany High School girls soccer team won two postseason games for the first time in almost a decade and fell just short of its first Division I district championship, the Eagles have only one thing on their minds.
Whether it's been playoff appearances or players moving on to the next level, the high school football teams that have competed in the OCC-Ohio Division in recent years were part of what was perhaps central Ohio's deepest league.
The Delaware Aquatic Racing Team won its eighth consecutive overall title during the Greater Columbus Swim League championship finals held July 18 and 19 at Highlands Park Aquatic Center in Westerville.