The merger between two central Ohio synchronized swimming programs has proven successful, as 24 area girls will be competing in the Junior Olympics Championships from Friday, June 24, though July 2 in Long Island, New York.
When the Ohio High School Athletic Association began combining boys and girls enrollments to determine postseason divisions for cross country in 2013, one of the coaches who expressed disappointed in the decision was Watterson’s Matt McGowan.
Twice in recent years, Olentangy High School teams and their fans had to watch the OCC-Capital Division's Ralph Young All-Sports Award be presented to New Albany during a contest between the two schools.
After falling short of earning a Division I state berth in doubles last year, junior Jonathan Zhuravel and sophomore Jordan Phelps of the Olentangy Orange High School boys tennis team entered this season determined to qualify for state.
After giving up five runs in the second inning of a Division I district final May 23 against Central Crossing, the Olentangy Liberty High School softball team showed its ability to battle back during the next inning.
Having set the Liberty Middle School record in the 200 meters as an eighth-grader, Trevor Collins couldn't blame anyone for thinking he would have a solid track and field career at the high school level.
A strong start, along with two big plays in the seventh inning, helped the Olentangy Liberty High School softball team upset the state’s No. 1-ranked team in a Division I district semifinal May 16 at Olentangy.
Siobhan Szerencsits knows she was tied for third in the girls pole vault in last week's area track and field honor roll, and she knows she is within two inches of the Olentangy High School record in that event.