In the Division I, district 3 meet that concluded May 21 at Hilliard Darby, the Pickerington High School Central boys track and field team had no trouble coming away with its second consecutive district championship trophy.
Having Shae Douglas go down with an injury during the preliminary race of the 200 meters at last year's OCC-Ohio Division meet put a damper on the rest of the Pickerington High School Central girls track and field team's season.
Pickerington High School Central baseball coach Ray Noe hasn't gotten too high over the highs or too low over the lows this season, choosing instead to preach patience in his first season with the Tigers.
Despite losing its leading scorer to graduation, the Pickerington High School Central girls lacrosse team was averaging more goals through nine games than it did a year ago when it went 13-3-1 overall.
Since announcing Jan. 11 that he was making himself eligible for the NFL draft, Roger Lewis has endured everything from a strained hamstring to what seemed like an endless round of meetings to even some mostly sleepless nights.
As he double-checked the final score of the Pickerington Marauders rugby team's 25-5 loss to Cincinnati St. Xavier on April 10 at Portman Park, team director Ryan Gramlich smiled and noted that the Marauders won the second half 5-3.
Knowing that almost their entire starting lineup from last season would be back, members of the Pickerington High School Central boys volleyball team took coach Luke Rininger's offseason to-do list to heart.