The DeSales High School boys soccer team's 1-0 win over Bay Village Bay in the Division II state championship game Nov. 14 at Mapfre Stadium clinched the program's second title in a row and sixth overall, second all-time in Ohio behind Division I juggernaut Cleveland St. Ignatius' seven.
It might sound surprising to hear from a quarterback who is closing in on 7,000 career passing yards, but Olentangy High School's Deeb Haber long considered college baseball his future rather than football.
As Westerville Central High School football coach John Magistro consoled several players after a 49-24 loss to Euclid in a Division I, Region 1 second-round game, he made sure to reflect on the positives of the season.
First-year Westerville South High School football coach Kyle Stout and his players were pleased with the team's development during a season in which the program adapted to a new system and philosophies.
When the Westerville Central High School football team plays Euclid in a Division I, Region 1 second-round playoff game Saturday, Nov. 14, at Arlin Field in Mansfield, it could develop into a contest of speed versus power.
Westerville North High School boys cross country coach Dave Weaner's best-case scenario for senior Matt Parkhurst was that an ankle injury that cost Parkhurst the first month of his season might actually help him be fresher at the end of the season.
The DeSales High School boys soccer team won its second consecutive Division II district championship and 20th in program history by beating fourth-seeded Bexley 6-1 on Oct. 31 at Westerville North, but the top-seeded Stallions were surprised to some degree by one aspect of their victory.
The Westerville Central High School football team will be looking to clinch the outright OCC-Cardinal Division title on Friday, Oct. 30, when it travels to Dublin Jerome, but Warhawks coach John Magistro knows it won't be an easy task.
The Westerville Central High School girls volleyball team is one step from making it to a district championship match for the fifth time in six seasons, but the Warhawks aren't taking the opportunity for granted.