Thomas Worthington High School boys basketball coach Sean Luzader was pleased with his team's shot selection in its season opener Dec. 5 at Hilliard Darby as well as its OCC-Central Division opener Dec. 9 at Upper Arlington.
Worthington Kilbourne High School gymnastics coach Cindy Fushimi is confident her team will be competitive this season with two state qualifiers returning to lead the way in seniors Allie Guist and Kayla Rice.
Despite losing its leading scorer and four other players to graduation, the Worthington Christian High School boys basketball team might have more depth than in any of the past three seasons when it won consecutive Division III district championships.
The chunk of asphalt that serves as the Battle of Hard Road trophy is only on the line when the Worthington Kilbourne and Dublin Scioto high school football teams face each other during the regular season.
Emily Stoodley of the Worthington Kilbourne High School girls cross country team was determined to start quickly and stay with the lead pack in the Division I state meet after starting slowly and finishing 87th a year ago.
The Worthington Kilbourne High School football team concludes the regular season Friday, Oct. 31, at Olentangy Orange, but the players don't plan on turning in their equipment after facing the Pioneers.
When running back Matthew Gaston scored on a 10-yard run midway through the fourth quarter of a 45-7 loss to Hilliard Davidson on Oct. 24, it marked the first points for the Thomas Worthington High School football team in 18 quarters.
When the Thomas Worthington High School field hockey team learned that it had earned the third seed for the district tournament, coach Terri Simonetti Frost abided by the wishes of her players regarding where to place her team.
The Worthington Kilbourne High School girls volleyball team lost to 11th-seeded Dublin Scioto 25-22, 25-13, 25-15 in the first round of the Division I district tournament Oct. 15 to finish 11-12 overall.
Competing in her second international meet, Worthington Kilbourne High School senior Rachel Rubadue placed in the top six in both of her women's diving events in the Pan American Olympic Festival held last month in Mexico City.
By the time the Division I district girls golf tournament wrapped up Oct. 7 at The Links at Groveport, the sun finally had appeared and the high school teams that had advanced to state took photos in the sunshine.