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  • DeSales Roundup

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    Tony LaTorre and the DeSales boys bowling team are taking a break over the holidays and will return to action Jan. 5 against Worthington Christian at Capri Lanes.

    Busy stretch awaits boys basketball squad

    The DeSales High School boys basketball team couldn't forget about a 74-27 home loss to Wilmington on Dec. 15 fast enough, but not simply because of the score.
Local Roundup

Balanced attack key for Beechcroft boys

During an 81-71 victory over Centennial on Dec. 12, the Beechcroft High School boys basketball team had five players score 12 to 15 points.
City League Notes

Former cast helping guide Eastmoor girls team

The Eastmoor Academy girls basketball program is hoping a return to its past can propel it to new heights.
DeSales Roundup

Girls squad off to unbeaten start

A handful of hard-fought wins to begin the season provided a solid springboard for the DeSales High School girls basketball team, which takes an undefeated record into the We Are Pickerington Tournament next week.
City Notes

South Division looks to end skid

A season ago, the City League-South Division had a pair of district boys basketball champions in Africentric Early College in Division IV and Eastmoor Academy in Division II and two district semifinalists in Columbus South in Division II and Walnut Ridge in Division I.
DeSales Roundup

Swimmers have high expectations

First-year DeSales High School swimming and diving coach Katie Mathews can identify the best strokes for each of her swimmers.
Football

Seniors key to DeSales' success

This very well could end up being the season that the DeSales High School football team points to in the future when talking about how it got back on track after a short stretch of mediocrity.
Local Roundup

Towns, Taylor to lead Northland boys team

The Northland High School boys basketball team lost seven players to graduation after winning its fifth Division I district title in six seasons, but a pair of talented returnees and a group of other potential contributors have fourth-year coach Sean Taylor feeling optimistic.

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