Even though only three letterwinners have returned, the Worthington Kilbourne High School girls basketball team is looking for the formula that carried it to a Division I district semifinal last season.
The Thomas Worthington High School girls basketball team has returned five letterwinners, including three starters, after finishing 15-6 overall and reaching a Division I district semifinal last season.
The Thomas Worthington High School football team has taken small steps toward improving the program the past three seasons, and coach Rodney Hopkins believes the Cardinals could take bigger steps next year in his fourth season.
The Worthington Kilbourne High School football team was unable to extend its playoff streak to four seasons, as the Wolves lost their final four games to finish 5-5 overall and 2-4 in the OCC-Cardinal Division.
Coming off a season in which it lost in the second round of the district tournament and had a new coach, the Worthington Christian High School girls soccer team felt fortunate to be in the position it was in.
The Worthington Christian High School boys soccer team took its first step toward what it hopes would be the beginning of another district championship streak when it beat 14th-seeded West Jefferson 7-0 on Oct. 22 in the second round of the Division III district tournament.
The Worthington Kilbourne High School girls volleyball team extended its winning streak to four matches by defeating 29th-seeded Newark 25-20, 25-11, 25-23 in a first-round home match in the Division I district tournament Oct. 17.
Sarah Charley and Maya McDaniel scored two minutes apart in the first half as the Thomas Worthington High School field hockey team overcame a 1-0 deficit and went on to beat host Olentangy Liberty 2-1 on Oct. 15 to win the Central Ohio Field Hockey League-West Division championship for the second year in a row.
Senior Ashley Flynn represented the Worthington Kilbourne High School girls golf team in the Division I district tournament Oct. 11 and was seeking a return trip to the state tournament, which is Oct. 21 and 22 at Ohio State's Gray Course.
The Thomas Worthington High School boys cross country team plans to use the Les Eisenhart Invitational on Saturday, Oct. 8, at home as a springboard into the OCC-Cardinal Division meet as well as the postseason.
Entering its MSL-Cardinal Division opener Sept. 16 against two-time defending league champion Harvest Prep, Worthington Christian High School football coach Brian Stier was "optimistic" about where his team was headed.