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    JOSHUA A. BICKEL/THISWEEKSPORTS
    Collin Sanders (5) of the Canal Winchester baseball team celebrates with teammate Sam Stanley after scoring a run against Hartley on April 1. Sanders was batting a team-high .424 with 16 runs scored through 12 games for the Indians.

    Errors proving costly for baseball squad

    Canal Winchester High School baseball coach Jay Bartos said his team still has the potential to put together a good season despite its start.
Wrestling

Burgess resigns as Canal Winchester coach

Nick Burgess has stepped down as coach of the Canal Winchester High School wrestling team after guiding the Indians for only one season.
Groveport Madison Roundup

Baseball team struggling in OCC-Ohio play

Entering the week, the Groveport Madison High School baseball team had yet to post a victory in OCC-Ohio Division play, but coach David Eft believes the gap between the Cruisers and their league opponents is shrinking.
Canal Winchester Roundup

Tennis team back after four seasons

The Canal Winchester High School boys tennis program has been resurrected after not fielding a team the past four seasons because of low interest.
Groveport Madison Roundup

Boys track squad shows potential

The Groveport Madison High School boys track and field team is young, but eighth-year coach Jason Brooks sees plenty of potential.
Canal Winchester Roundup

Girls track team has talent to offset losses

The Canal Winchester High School girls track and field team has had to move forward without two Division I state qualifiers from a year ago in graduates Jocselyn Powell and Gretchen Rosch.
Canal Winchester Roundup

Entire lineup returns for softball team

For the first time in Randy Hinton's 15 seasons as coach, the Canal Winchester High School softball team has returned its entire starting lineup.

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