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    BARBARA J. PERENIC/THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH
    The Olentangy football team celebrates with the championship trophy following a 41-29 win over Dublin Scioto in the Division II, Region 5 final on Nov. 21 at Westerville Central. The Braves play Cincinnati La Salle in a state semifinal Friday, Nov. 28, at Dayton Welcome Stadium.

    Olentangy to face La Salle in semi

    The Olentangy High School football team had just won its first regional championship, and despite some smiles, high-fives and celebratory dancing in the locker room Nov. 21 at Westerville Central, at least one player did his best to downplay history.
Girls Basketball

Orange coach pleased with players' effort

Since taking over as Olentangy Orange High School girls basketball coach in May, Bob Scott has been impressed with the work ethic and dependability he has seen from his players.
Hockey

Liberty looking to grow, become cohesive unit

The Olentangy Liberty High School hockey team will have a different look and a different philosophy.
Football

Irish set to face top-seeded Braves

Dublin Scioto High School football coach Karl Johnson has seen plenty of film on Olentangy in 15 seasons with the Irish, but those Braves teams were different than the one Scioto will see in the Division II, Region 5 final Friday, Nov. 21, at Westerville Central.

Spragg to play lacrosse at Walsh

Olentangy Orange High School senior Jenny Spragg signed Nov. 13 to play women’s lacrosse at Walsh University.

Five Braves sign to play lacrosse

Five Olentangy High School seniors signed Nov. 13 to play women’s college lacrosse.

Fitzgerald to play college lacrosse

Olentangy Liberty High School senior Kelley Fitzgerald signed Nov. 12 to play women’s lacrosse at Grand Valley State.
Football

Liberty enjoyed turnaround year

Coming off its worst finish since its inaugural season, the Olentangy Liberty High School football team rebounded with a year that included its first Division I playoff victory, a six-game winning streak and a second-place finish in the OCC-Central Division.

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