One of the first things Matt Fisher did after being hired as Hartley High School girls basketball coach earlier this month was have some of the expected returning players tell him about themselves via e-mail.
During the first round of the Division I district tournament Feb. 22, the 15th-seeded Reynoldsburg High School boys basketball team rallied from an eight-point, fourth-quarter deficit to beat 28th-seeded Chillicothe 63-61.
Intent on using its bench during a second-round Division I district tournament game Feb. 28 against visiting Briggs, the Reynoldsburg High School boys basketball team built an early lead and then began substituting in five players simultaneously.
The Reynoldsburg High School girls basketball team has a player selected to the McDonald's All-American Game in senior Alyssa Rice and a pair of Division I recruits in Butler University signee Nicole Orr and Rice, who has signed with Kentucky.
With Ronnie Bolden competing for the University of Kentucky after placing in the top three in two state events a year ago, junior Patrick Lawrence is among those who have tried to step up this winter for the Hartley High School boys swimming and diving team.
Already a two-time state qualifier in the 100-yard backstroke, junior Morgan McCafferty of the Reynoldsburg High School girls swimming and diving team had an eye-opening experience earlier this season.