The focus of the Watterson High School boys basketball team entering its matchup with Brookhaven in a Division II district final March 7 at the Fairgrounds Coliseum was to limit the number of times Ronnie Williams drove to the basket.
Watterson High School girls basketball coach Tom Woodford knew it was going to be difficult for his team to contain Teays Valley point guard Shayna Harmon when the teams met in the second round of the Division I district tournament.
Since the announcement Feb. 7 that Brookhaven High School was among seven Columbus schools that could be closed, boys basketball coach Hali Robinson has stressed the importance of not playing "beneath the cloud of possibility."
Alyssa Dean said Centennial High School girls basketball players haven't forgotten how they felt after the fifth-seeded Stars were upset by 15th-seeded Caledonia River Valley 56-53 in their Division II district tournament opener last season.
Watterson High School girls basketball coach Tom Woodford challenged his players to improve their offensive production when he learned that Makenzie Bevins would be unavailable for two games last week.
The Centennial High School girls basketball team suffered a heartbreaking 56-54 loss to Northland in a City League-North Division game Jan. 21 to all but drop out of contention for winning its first league title.