Taylor Lott was upset that the Pickerington High School North softball team was relegated to practicing in the school's field house April 8, instead of playing its scheduled OCC-Ohio Division game at Lancaster.
As the Pickerington High School Central boys volleyball team seeks to increase its win total for the fourth consecutive year, the Tigers need only look to the first few hours of their season for a palpable sign of achievement.
Leading by three points with 11 seconds remaining in a Division I district semifinal March 12, Pickerington High School Central boys basketball coach Eric Krueger had several options on how to defend a last-second shot by Dublin Jerome.
With his dreams of a Division I state championship gone after the second round of the state tournament, Shakur Laney of the Pickerington High School North wrestling team said any pressure to perform also disappeared.
Shakur Laney of the Pickerington High School North wrestling team has won 28 of his 29 matches this season and enters the Division I state tournament as a district champion for the second time in three years.
With a 55-38 win over Westerville Central in a Division I district tournament second-round game Feb. 25, the Pickerington High School Central girls basketball team set up itself to clear two hurdles Thursday, March 5.
Having been voted the 18th seed for the 44-team Division I district tournament, Pickerington High School Central boys basketball coach Eric Krueger had a few choices of spots he could pick during the draw Feb. 15.
As it nears the end of a 14-day stretch without games before its Division I district tournament opener, the Pickerington High School North girls basketball team hopes it has learned from some late-season disappointments.
Sidney Martin of the Pickerington High School Central girls swimming and diving team qualified for the Division I state meet in the 200-yard individual medley by dropping six seconds between sectional and district.