Gracie Long of the Upper Arlington High School girls swimming and diving team admitted she doesn't have a magic formula to reclaim the state title she won in the Division I 100-yard freestyle as a freshman or help set yet another state record in a relay.
Having lost three starters from last season when his program won its first Division I district championship since 1989, Upper Arlington High School girls basketball coach Chris Savage knew he would spend the early part of the season fitting new players into new roles.
Often hesitant to single out particular swimmers for praise, 12th-year Upper Arlington High School girls swimming and diving coach Dan Peterkoski was blunt describing one of his anticipated keys for success this season.
When the Upper Arlington High School boys basketball team takes the floor for its season opener Friday, Dec. 5, at Centennial, it will have been 258 days since its 62-58 overtime loss to Lakewood St. Edward in the Division I state final.
If any players on the Upper Arlington High School hockey team still rue the letdown that cost the Golden Bears their first district final appearance since 2007, they're venting in the form of practices that bring them to the brink of exhaustion.