90-Day Archive

Hartley Roundup

Football team set to face Cougars

Two squads on course for the postseason will meet for the first time Friday, Oct. 17, when the Hartley High School football team plays host to Beechcroft.
Reyoldsburg Roundup

Girls squad opens postseason

The Reynoldsburg High School girls soccer team began the postseason on an upswing.
Reyoldsburg Roundup

Ellis ties for first at sectional

Coming off a double bogey on his 10th hole of the day, Reynoldsburg High School senior boys golfer Darnell Ellis hung tough Sept. 30 in a Division I sectional tournament at Turnberry.
Hartley Roundup

Girls volleyball team out to return to state

The Hartley High School girls volleyball team enters the postseason with a clearly established goal: Make it back to state.
Reynoldsburg Roundup

Park proud to compete with runners

George Park wouldn't trade the feeling he gets when he's out on a run or competing with the Reynoldsburg High School boys cross country team.
Football

Watterson ready to face Hartley

Both the Hartley and Watterson high school football teams enter their matchup Friday, Oct. 3, at Jack Ryan Field after experiencing a series of ups and downs.
Reynoldsburg Roundup

Lyons rallies football team to win

Despite being without senior quarterback Conner McCloud because of a hyperextended left knee, the Reynoldsburg High School football team came back from a 10-point halftime deficit to win 20-10 on Sept. 19 at Grove City.
Hartley Roundup

Resetar making most of chance

Annie Resetar's brain never stops working when she's on the court for the Hartley High School girls tennis team.
Football

Dawgs set to battle Raiders

First-year Grove City High School football coach Mike Lanza is familiar with the challenges of playing in the OCC.
Reynoldsburg Roundup

Girls make passing a priority

Diagnosing what has kept the Reynoldsburg High School girls soccer team a step behind most of its opponents hasn't been difficult for first-year coach Jimmy Stevens.
Football

Hartley, Marion-Franklin to meet in 'huge' game

Two of the five Central District teams to make it to at least a state semifinal last season will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 11, when the Marion-Franklin High School football team plays host to Hartley.
Reynoldsburg Roundup

Extra effort paying off for Young

After a midseason skid doomed its playoff hopes, the Reynoldsburg High School football team handed the reins of its offense to a group of underclassmen for last season's final two games.
Football

Hartley set for rematch with nemesis Coldwater

Four opponents on the Hartley High School football team's schedule that combined to go 17-23 last year were replaced by four that combined for a 30-14 record.
Football

Raiders expecting tough test

Reynoldsburg High School football coach Buddy White knows what will be in store for his team when it plays host to Hilliard Bradley on Friday, Sept. 5.
Reynoldsburg Roundup

Volleyball squad making strides

Since taking over as Rey-noldsburg High School girls volleyball coach a year ago, Caitlin Harper has stressed not letting adverse situations get her players down.
Football

New Albany, Reynoldsburg seek strong start

With only two returning starters on offense and five on defense, the New Albany High School football team hopes to kick-start another successful season by winning its opener Thursday, Aug. 28, at Reynoldsburg.
Reynoldsburg Roundup

Boys runners expect success

With just one senior among its key runners a year ago, the Reynoldsburg High School boys cross country team beat just one opponent in the OCC-Ohio Division meet and four in the Division I, district 3 meet.
Hartley Roundup

Marquee matchup awaits football squad

The Hartley High School football team likely won't have the luxury of easing into its season as it has the past two years.
Hartley Roundup

Boys soccer team hopes to utilize experience

Even though the Hartley High School boys soccer team had nine seniors a year ago, a group of underclassmen served as key players.
Reynoldsburg Roundup

Stevens eager to lead girls squad

As a longtime resident of Canal Winchester and a former coach at that high school, Jimmy Stevens was excited when the opportunity to coach the Reynoldsburg girls soccer team arose a few months ago.