Olentangy High School football coach Mark Solis couldn't help but think of his most successful Braves team when the current Braves visited Liberty for a key OCC-Buckeye Division and Division I, Region 2 clash Oct. 14.
A rivalry that more often than not has provided thrilling finishes and valuable computer points adds an extra layer of intrigue Friday, Oct. 14, when the Olentangy Liberty High School football team plays host to Olentangy.
With the Olentangy Liberty High School football team looking for an edge against Pickerington North in a matchup of previously unbeaten teams Sept. 23, junior Johnny Wiseman got the ball from running back Matt Webb on a reverse late in the second quarter.
The Olentangy High School girls golf team might not be to the point where it expects to set records every time it hits the course, but the Braves consider the number of program marks they have set as the latest reminder that this can be as special a season as they hoped.
A pair of teams which have proven to be tough to stop on offense and are off to 4-0 starts will meet when the Pickerington High School North football team plays host to Olentangy Liberty on Friday, Sept. 23.
The Hilliard Davidson and Olentangy Liberty high school football teams believe they have a good handle on what to expect from the other when they meet Friday, Sept. 16, in a non-league game at Liberty.
The last time the Reynoldsburg and Olentangy football teams met, the Raiders would go on to make the playoffs for the first time while the Braves were a usually middling program in a district that still had one high school.
Ashley Au and Riley Dean may have shot eye-popping numbers in the third round of the OCC-Cardinal Division tournament, but the two standouts on the Olentangy Orange High School girls golf team didn't want the focus to be on their performances.