Eryn Weber has heard more than a few fans of the Columbus Eagles FC say that for as well as the second-year amateur women's soccer team has played so far this season, it should have won more than once in its first seven games.
The Dublin Coffman High School football team wasn't able to defend its title in the 7-on-7 State Passing Championships on June 20, but coach Mark Crabtree was encouraged by the host Shamrocks' performance.
Watching two of his runners finish second and third in the 3,200 meters in the Division I state track and field meet June 6 at Ohio State seemed like a fitting end to the year for Olentangy Liberty High School girls coach James Dingus.
The Olentangy High School boys track and field team lost its only Division I state qualifier to graduation, but that didn't temper coach Brad Komenda's excitement as he reflected on this past season and glanced ahead at 2016.
Emma Bower and Claire Wiles of the Olentangy Liberty High School girls track and field team particularly valued two pieces of advice entering the 3,200 meters in the Division I state meet June 6 at Ohio State.
During its first 25 games, the Olentangy Liberty High School softball team gave up more than three runs only four times and never gave up more than seven when senior pitcher Kristen Adkins was in the circle.
Jarren Williams of the Olentangy High School boys track and field team won the Division I, district 2 championship in the 100 meters and helped the 400 relay to a title, leading seven Braves individuals and two relays to the regional from the district meet that concluded May 23 at Hilliard Darby.
Freshman Stu Brdicka and senior Kevin Miller of the Olentangy High School boys tennis team qualified for the Division I state tournament for the first time and will compete in doubles Friday, May 29, and Saturday, May 30, at Ohio State.
The Olentangy Liberty High School boys lacrosse team had outscored its opponents 46-8 in its previous three contested games entering a Division I Central Region semifinal May 27 against fourth-seeded Dublin Jerome.
Making its debut in the Division I East Region tournament, the seventh-seeded Olentangy High School boys volleyball team upset fourth-seeded Dublin Scioto 22-25, 29-27, 25-15, 27-25 in the first round May 16 at home.
The result of the 1,600-meter relay did not affect the Olentangy Orange High School boys track and field team's finish in the Olentangy Invitational on May 1, but coach Adam Walters still beamed with pride regarding the race's final lap.
The Olentangy Liberty High School boys volleyball team struggled with mistakes in a key OCC-Cardinal Division match April 30 at Westerville North, making a total of 55 errors, including 17 service errors.