The Olentangy Liberty High School wrestling team’s clinching of at least a share of its second consecutive OCC-Central Division title came down to the final seconds Feb. 4 against visiting Dublin Coffman.
Nearly two dozen players and three coaches from Central District schools will be among the participants in this year's Ohio North-South All-Star Classic football games April 30 at Welcome Stadium in Dayton.
If the Olentangy Orange High School swimming and diving teams needed a reason to get pumped up for the OCC-Capital Division meet Jan. 30 at New Albany, the Pioneers could look back no further than Jan. 26 for motivation.
When Chelsea Moore decided to enroll at Olentangy High School as a freshman after previously attending a private school, she sensed there was something special about the group of girls basketball players in her class.
Olentangy Liberty High School senior girls basketball player Alexa Fisher became the first in program history to score 1,000 career points, reaching the milestone during the Patriots’ 74-28 win over Central Crossing on Jan. 15.
A lack of club gymnasts on the Olentangy Orange High School gymnastics team's roster means that to some extent, mastering the basics will comprise a large part of the Pioneers' preparation every season.
The Olentangy High School girls basketball team returned to OCC-Capital Division action earlier this week, but one of its highest-profile matchups of the regular season will occur outside of league play at 3 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 9, at home.
Coach Anthony Calo was hoping the Olentangy Orange High School boys basketball team's first loss of the season would serve as a learning experience for his players as they resumed OCC-Capital Division competition.
Olentangy High School gymnastics coach Misty Lloyd-Matthews instructed her team to throw everything but the kitchen sink into its performances during its season-opening meet Dec. 17, and she came away pleased.
One central Ohio native is a step closer to her second Olympic appearance, and another drew closer to his first during the USA Diving Winter National Championships that concluded Dec. 20 in Indianapolis.
The day before Columbus Crew SC’s 2-1 loss to Portland on Dec. 6 in the MLS Cup, the league’s board of governors announced its support to expand from the current 20-team structure to 24 teams by 2020 and to 28 at some point in the future.