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    RYAN M.L. YOUNG/THISWEEKSPORTS
    Jalen Ward, a senior who is in his first season at quarterback and also starts at cornerback for the New Albany football team, has enjoyed his dual responsibilities despite the challenge of trying to stay healthy.

    Ward having fun with double duty

    Considering that Jalen Ward has dual responsibilities for the New Albany High School football team, every bruise must heal that much quicker.

Schedules & Results

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

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

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Diving

Athletes compete at world juniors

If Cameron Thatcher had his way, he'd have had more than two practices with his synchronized diving teammate before heading to the FINA World Junior Championships in September in Penza, Russia.
Tennis

DiLorenzo enjoys first U.S. Open

Sept. 1 turned out to be something of a landmark day in the tennis career of New Albany High School senior Francesca DiLorenzo.
New Albany Roundup

Water polo team a work in progress

The New Albany High School club water polo team had practiced for barely a week when it went to its first competition, the Ohio Cup on Sept. 6 and 7 at Thomas Worthington.
New Albany Roundup

Boys golf squad again wins OCC

After the New Albany High School boys golf team won the final round of the OCC-Capital Division tournament by 27 shots Sept. 10 at Clover Valley, coach Andrew Norman received a compliment he didn't expect.
Columbus Academy Roundup

Field hockey team focuses on steps before state

Columbus Academy field hockey coach Anne Horton is more concerned with focusing on immediate goals rather than looking too far ahead.
New Albany Roundup

Defense helps girls soccer team overcome adversity

Already down two players because of concussions sustained before the season, the New Albany High School girls soccer team was dealt another blow in its opening game when last year's top scorer, Megan Glass, was sidelined by a concussion.

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