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  • Groveport Madison Roundup

    Asie'Onna Alfred and the Groveport Madison girls tennis team won their first match of the season with a 3-2 victory over Newark on Sept. 9. The Cruisers will play host to Reynoldsburg in the final league match of the regular season Thursday, Sept. 18.

    Football team sees room to improve

    Groveport Madison High School football coach Bryan Schoonover wasn't happy with his team's latest performance.

Schedules & Results

Canal Winchester

Football | Golf: Boys; Girls | Girls Tennis | Soccer: Boys; Girls | Girls Volleyball 

Groveport Madison

Football | Girls Tennis | Soccer: Boys; Girls | Girls Volleyball 


Editor's note: Because of a technical issue, cross country schedules are located at the bottom of teams' season preview stories. Results may appear here


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Canal Winchester Roundup

Football squad wary of Wildcats' special teams

Canal Winchester High School football coach Phil Mauro knows special teams could have a major impact on his team's OCC-Cardinal Division opener Friday, Sept. 19, at Westerville South.
Groveport Roundup

Football squad earns first win

Many of the mistakes made by the Groveport Madison High School football team during a 28-19 loss to Canal Winchester in its opener Aug. 29 were eliminated in its 49-0 win at Columbus South on Sept. 5.
Canal Winchester Roundup

Basic training paces Carroll

Canal Winchester High School cross country coach Jeff Kline figured Bryce Carroll wouldn't be a key runner for the boys team in the first half of the season after missing all but two weeks of summer training and the opening meet while undergoing basic training in a U.S. Army boot camp.
Groveport Madison Roundup

Boys team earns moral victory

The Groveport Madison High School boys soccer team didn't win its OCC-Ohio Division opener against Gahanna on Aug. 26, but coach Deke Scott believes the Cruisers earned a moral victory in the 3-1 loss.
Canal Winchester Roundup

Depth helping soccer squad

Canal Winchester High School boys soccer coach Erik Feinstein said his team is benefitting from its improved depth.

Rivalry returning after 50 years

When the Groveport High School football team plays host to Canal Winchester on Friday, Aug. 29, it will be the first meeting between the programs in 50 years.