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.
Since Nick Gray proved to be the state's best sprinter this season, much of what the Pickerington High School North boys track and field team accomplished started with the senior who will continue his career at Ohio State.
With few returning athletes after it earned a Division I state runner-up finish a year ago, the Pickerington High School Central girls track and field team spent this season competing through pain and gaining experience.
The Pickerington High School North boys track and field team was expecting a big performance June 5 and 6 from senior Nick Gray considering he was back in the Division I state meet in the same four events in which he reached the podium a year ago.
One of 34 players invited to try out for USA Basketball's 2015 Women's U16 National Team, Pickerington High School Central freshman Bexley Wallace was at a loss to explain exactly why she made the final cut.
The Pickerington High School North boys track and field team advanced to state in most of the events it expected to and even had some competitors who were less certain of making it join what it hopes is a big celebration this weekend.
After the Pickerington High School North baseball team's four errors led to as many unearned runs in a season-ending 4-1 loss to Westerville Central in a Division I regional semifinal May 28 at Dublin Coffman, coach Tim Thomas noted it wasn't the first time the Panthers had hurt themselves this year.
Bexley Wallace soon will get a chance to showcase her talents on an international stage. The Pickerington High School Central freshman was one of 12 players named to the USA Basketball Women’s U16 National Team on May 25 in Colorado Springs, Colo.
Minutes after the Pickerington High School North baseball team won its second consecutive Division I district championship May 20, shortstop Dillan Smith admitted the Panthers were less than thrilled with being seeded 11th in the tournament.
Despite not being the highest seed in the Division I, district 2 meet May 19, 20 and 23 at Hilliard Darby, the Pickerington High School Central boys track and field team came away with the championship.
Even without all of its pieces in place during its final meet of the regular season, the Pickerington High School North boys track and field team liked where it stood heading into the Division I, district 1 meet May 19 at Hilliard Darby.
The Pickerington High School Central boys lacrosse team will look to win a postseason game for the second consecutive season when it begins the 20-team Division I Central Region tournament Thursday, May 21, at home against Olentangy Orange.