In addition to already assuring itself a better record than in its first season as a program last fall, the Worthington Christian High School football team should be feeling more confident about its offense as it heads into the season's second half.
The Thomas Worthington High School girls tennis team is using the final two weeks of the regular season to tune up for the Division I sectional tournament, which will be held Oct. 1 and 3 at four sites.
The "Wo-Town Showdown" between the host Worthington Kilbourne High School football team and Thomas Worthington on Sept. 4 had plenty of pomp and circumstance, even if the atmosphere was somewhat threatened by bad weather.
Despite having four sophomores and three juniors as key players a year ago, the Worthington Christian High School boys soccer team won its 10th consecutive district championship and earned a share of the league title.
Coming off a season in which its roster was so small that it didn't score during one of the rounds of the OCC-Ohio Division tournament, the Thomas Worthington High School girls golf team is feeling optimistic about the future.
The Worthington Christian High School girls soccer team lost three players who are now playing collegiately, including the Division III district Player of the Year in forward Devon Jones, as part of a seven-member senior class that led the program to new heights the past four years.
As a pro at the Golf Club of Dublin for seven years, Steve Lynn has played a role in helping some members of the Dublin Jerome and Dublin Coffman high school girls golf teams lead their respective programs to memorable state finishes.
During its preseason schedule, the Dublin Coffman High School football team will tune up for the coming season by facing a pair of teams that qualified for the playoffs last fall and another program that has been a postseason regular the last two-plus decades.