90-Day Archive

Baseball

Panthers edge Warhawks to capture district title

Pickerington High School North baseball coach Tim Thomas preached a "whatever it takes" attitude as his team won its third consecutive Division I district championship.
Boys Volleyball

North clinches first state tourney berth

Sweat dripped down the faces of several Pickerington High School North boys volleyball players after clinching their team's first Division I state tournament berth.
Boys Tennis

Panthers value opportunity to play at district

The Pickerington High School North boys tennis team's season ended in the Division I district tournament, but the Panthers and coach Brian Hoff didn't hang their heads as they entered the offseason.
Lacrosse

Central girls fall to New Albany

For the first time in program history, the Pickerington High School Central girls lacrosse team won two tournament games.
Track & Field

Central boys win second straight district title

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.
Baseball

North reaches district semi

A familiar foe stood between the Pickerington High School North baseball team and a chance to play for its third consecutive Division I district championship.
Boys Volleyball

Panthers sweep UA, reach regional semi

The Pickerington High School North boys volleyball team entered this week two wins away from adding another landmark achievement to an already successful season.
Track & Field

Central boys capture OCC title

Having two and sometimes three athletes who can score in events helped the Pickerington High School Central boys track and field team end a 10-year drought.
Boys Tennis

Panthers trio advance to district tournament

One singles player and a doubles team will represent the Pickerington High School North boys tennis team in the Division I district tournament.
Softball

Tigers expecting to learn from adversity

Pickerington High School Central softball coach Carrie Eneix hopes the pain her team experienced at the end of the season carries over to next year.
Lacrosse

Keaton comes up big for North

The game-winning play in one of its most emotional victories of the season wasn't out of the ordinary for the Pickerington High School North boys lacrosse team May 6 at Pickerington Central.
Boys Tennis

North falls short of fifth consecutive OCC title

The Pickerington High School North boys tennis team fell one win shy of a fifth consecutive OCC-Ohio Division championship.
Softball

Tigers enter tourney without injured Boren

With her first choice on the Division I district tournament bracket taken, Pickerington High School Central softball coach Carrie Eneix pounced on the second.
Track & Field

Tigers' Douglas right on stride

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.
Boys Volleyball

Panthers go unbeaten in league for first time

Marci Truex hopes this feeling sticks around a while.
Softball

Central’s Boren out for remainder of season

The Pickerington High School Central softball team enters the Division I district tournament without one of its best hitters.
Football

Lee, Perry, Vannett selected in NFL draft

After not having any players from central Ohio selected in either of the last two NFL drafts, three were chosen during this year’s event held April 28-30 in Chicago.
Football

Area players shine for South in All-Star Classic victory

From a high school football talent perspective, central Ohio proved April 30 that its 2016 graduating class stacked up just fine compared to the rest of the state.
Softball

Panthers continue power surge

Shelby Baker swears she had no grand plans for her junior season with the Pickerington High School North softball team, nor did her teammates.
Baseball

Tigers hoping to hit stride

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.
Boys Tennis

Panthers on cusp of OCC title

For all the changes the Pickerington High School North boys tennis team has endured this season, one thing has remained the same.
Football

Area players set for North-South All-Star Classic

Tyrece Speaight expects to run into some old friends this weekend.
Track & Field

North's Kamara fitting in fine

Jannie Kamara hasn't had trouble fitting in with the Pickerington High School North girls track and field team, according to coach Jim Langenderfer.
Boys Volleyball

Panthers' Clark breaks record for service aces

The Pickerington High School North boys volleyball team entered a key OCC-Capital Division match against Olentangy on April 21 as if it had something to prove.
Softball

Tigers' Miller shining at plate

As far as Kaitlyn Miller is concerned, moving two spots down in the Pickerington High School Central softball team's lineup is akin to living under the glare of a spotlight.
Lacrosse

Defense paying dividends for Central girls team

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.
NFL Draft

Area players await ultimate opportunity

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.
Baseball

Tigers searching for consistency

Pickerington High School Central baseball coach Ray Noe lamented last week that his team lost four games in the sixth inning or later through the first three weeks of the season.
Rugby

Young squad looking to grow

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.
Boys Volleyball

Work in offseason pays off for Tigers

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.