During one stretch in the second half of her team's 48-40 win over Grandview on Dec. 23, Beechcroft High School girls basketball player Terika Broady scored 10 consecutive points to help the Cougars rally from a 12-point deficit.
A handful of hard-fought wins to begin the season provided a solid springboard for the DeSales High School girls basketball team, which takes an undefeated record into the We Are Pickerington Tournament next week.
A season ago, the City League-South Division had a pair of district boys basketball champions in Africentric Early College in Division IV and Eastmoor Academy in Division II and two district semifinalists in Columbus South in Division II and Walnut Ridge in Division I.
The Northland High School boys basketball team lost seven players to graduation after winning its fifth Division I district title in six seasons, but a pair of talented returnees and a group of other potential contributors have fourth-year coach Sean Taylor feeling optimistic.
With three of its top four scorers back from a team that extended its City League-North Division winning streak to 60, Northland High School girls basketball coach Bill Spencer knows what his program represents.
Ryan Cannon was one of the DeSales High School boys soccer team's mainstays on defense all season, but coach Domenic Romanelli noticed he wasn't having one of his best nights during the Division II state final against Bay Village Bay on Nov. 8 at Crew Stadium.