The merger between two central Ohio synchronized swimming programs has proven successful, as 24 area girls will be competing in the Junior Olympics Championships from Friday, June 24, though July 2 in Long Island, New York.
When the Ohio High School Athletic Association began combining boys and girls enrollments to determine postseason divisions for cross country in 2013, one of the coaches who expressed disappointed in the decision was Watterson’s Matt McGowan.
It was a record-setting season for the Westerville Central High School girls track and field team, and with several key athletes eligible to return, coach Ryan Borland expects similar success in the future.
DeSales High School girls lacrosse coach Joe Finotti swore a 7-6 loss to Chagrin Falls on April 30 was the farthest thing from his mind as his team prepared for a rematch with the Tigers in the Division II state final June 4 at Worthington Kilbourne.
Westerville South High School track and field coach Jimmy Gaul had high praise for Chasatea' Brown as she closed her prep career by reaching the awards podium twice in the Division I state meet June 4 at Ohio State.
After creeping one round further in the postseason every season for the past four years, the DeSales High School girls lacrosse team is ready to toss that steady progression out the window and catapult to its ultimate goal.
Westerville Central High School softball player Megan McMenemy led the Warhawks' list of postseason awards, as she was named OCC-Cardinal Division Player of the Year along with first-team all-state and all-district in Division I.
Coming off a record-setting performance in the Division I regional meet, Chasatea' Brown of the Westerville South High School girls track and field team will look to close her prep career on a high note at state.
Considering there have been seasons when three times as many of his team's rowers have qualified for USRowing Youth Nationals, Westerville high school club coach Matt Chase wouldn't describe his program as being content with its latest regatta.
Westerville Central High School softball coach Brian Wamsley was quick to point to his team's accomplishments this season moments after an 8-4 loss to Marysville in a Division I district semifinal May 16 at Olentangy.
The Westerville Central High School girls track and field team was looking to carry the momentum of finishing second in the Division I, district 1 meet into the regional, which began May 25 and concludes Friday, May 27, at Pickerington North.
The Westerville South High School boys volleyball team couldn't finish the deal against second-seeded Pickerington North, losing a Division I East Region final 16-25, 19-25, 25-17, 26-24, 15-11 on May 20 at Westerville Central.