Nearly two dozen players and three coaches from Central District schools will be among the participants in this year's Ohio North-South All-Star Classic football games April 30 at Welcome Stadium in Dayton.
The Upper Arlington High School girls swimming and diving team generally uses the OCC-Central Division meet as a test run for the postseason that begins Feb. 13 with a Division I sectional in its home pool.
Kortney Eisenman of the Upper Arlington High School girls basketball team continued a historic month Jan. 26, becoming the Golden Bears’ second 1,000-point scorer and their all-time leading rebounder in a 69-20 win over Central Crossing.
Three weeks elapsed between the end of football season and the first wrestling meet of the year, and Upper Arlington High School senior Izak Wunderlich needed almost every hour to decide whether he'd return to wrestling.
When the Upper Arlington High School boys basketball team began to make its game-changing run late in the first quarter Jan. 8 against Dublin Coffman, the Golden Bears had as few as two starters on the floor.
When the Dublin Jerome High School boys basketball team's seniors were sophomores, they told then first-year coach Jamie Pearson about their dream of someday being invited to participate in the Flyin' to the Hoop Invitational.
A process that began about three years ago came to fruition just before the holiday break when the Mid-State League-Cardinal Division voted to accept the Wellington School as one of its members for the 2017-18 school year.
One central Ohio native is a step closer to her second Olympic appearance, and another drew closer to his first during the USA Diving Winter National Championships that concluded Dec. 20 in Indianapolis.
Although Caroline Warner is in her second full season with the Upper Arlington High School girls basketball team, coach Chris Savage admits she probably is good enough to have been a three-year starter in some program, if not his own.