When Bob Miller announced his retirement as coach of the Thomas Worthington High School boys basketball team earlier this month, it ended one of the most enduring and winningest coaching careers in Ohio.
The Thomas Worthington High School boys lacrosse team plays host to Worthington Kilbourne on Thursday, April 17, in an OCC-Buckeye Division game featuring squads that have experienced drastically different starts.
When the Worthington Kilbourne High School girls basketball team lost to 15th-seeded DeSales 60-50 in the first round of the Division I district tournament Feb. 17, it marked the end of Kayla Pack's prep career.
Considering his team has made three consecutive appearances in the regional tournament, there might not be a better authority among central Ohio coaches regarding what it takes to win at that level and in Division III than Worthington Christian High School boys basketball coach Kevin Weakley.
During a Division III district final March 6 at the Fairgrounds Coliseum, the Worthington Christian High School boys basketball team showed how much it has improved since the midway point of the regular season.
The day after his team lost to visiting Grandview 74-70 in two overtimes Feb. 8, Worthington Christian High School boys basketball coach Kevin Weakley set up the Warriors during the Division III district draw for a potential third matchup with their MSL-Ohio Division rival.
As long as the Worthington Christian High School boys basketball team focuses on what it can control, coach Kevin Weakley believes things will take care of themselves during the Division III district tournament.