With more than a week to prepare for its league meet, the Worthington Kilbourne High School gymnastics team is concentrating on its balance beam and uneven bars routines, according to coach Cindy Fushimi.
The Worthington Kilbourne High School wrestling team defeated Thomas 42-21 in the second round of the Division I, Region 6-A team state tournament on Jan. 27, but fell to top-seeded and host Dublin Coffman 69-9 in the third round later that day.
Three of last year's four Division I district champions in high school boys basketball will be among those hitting the floor this weekend in the 14th annual Jared Sullinger Ohio Scholastic Play-by-Play Classic at Ohio Dominican.
Freshman Maddie Holub and sophomore Becca Taylor had strong showings to lead the Thomas Worthington High School girls swimming and diving team in the Northeast Classic on Jan. 16 at Branin Natatorium in Canton.
Jayden Turner scored 13 second-quarter points and finished with 24 in the Worthington Christian High School boys basketball team's 60-36 victory over Linden-McKinley on Dec. 30 in the championship game of its home holiday tournament.
One central Ohio native is a step closer to her second Olympic appearance, and another drew closer to his first during the USA Diving Winter National Championships that concluded Dec. 20 in Indianapolis.
The Worthington Kilbourne High School boys basketball team still is trying to catch up after an extended football season, but coach Tom Souder can see the Wolves rounding into shape and remains excited about the possibilities of a strong season.
The Worthington Kilbourne High School boys swimming and diving team lost its only Division I state qualifier from a year ago to graduation, but has returned four district qualifiers, including three who competed in an individual event.
Coming off a season in which it won its sixth consecutive league championship and was district runner-up, the Worthington Kilbourne High School gymnastics team has what 24th-year coach Cindy Fushimi considers a "really different focus" than in some past seasons.
Of the four central Ohio high school boys basketball teams that won Division I district championships a year ago, three have returned experienced casts headlined by players who made either first- or second-team all-district.