Another loss to one of its biggest rivals might sting for a while, but the Upper Arlington High School football team was anxious to turn the page after a 24-7 loss to Hilliard Davidson on Oct. 7 dashed their hopes for an undefeated season.
The Hilliard Davidson High School football team has dominated its rivalry with Upper Arlington in recent years, and the Golden Bears are undefeated entering their OCC-Central Division matchup Friday, Oct. 7, at Davidson.
When Masha Manilchuk and Ashley Weeks of the Upper Arlington High School girls tennis team take the court together in a Division I sectional tournament Thursday, Oct. 6, it won't be the first time they have done so.
Moments after an emotional win gave his team its best start in a decade, Upper Arlington High School football coach Joel Cutler swore the playoffs weren't emphasized leading up to a 35-29 overtime win over previously unbeaten Pickerington Central on Sept. 23.
The Pickerington High School Central and Upper Arlington football teams do not necessarily consider themselves rivals, but the memories of their Division I, Region 2 first-round playoff game 10 months ago still are fresh on both sides.
Upper Arlington High School girls volleyball coach Chris Van Arsdale knows his team is ahead of where it was a year ago at this time, if for no other reason than much of last year's lineup is back -- and so is he for his second season.