Reynoldsburg Top Stories
FootballWith only two returning starters on offense and five on defense, the New Albany High School football team hopes to kick-start another successful season by winning its opener Thursday, Aug. 28, at Reynoldsburg.
Schedules & Results
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.
With just one senior among its key runners a year ago, the Reynoldsburg High School boys cross country team beat just one opponent in the OCC-Ohio Division meet and four in the Division I, district 3 meet.
The Hartley High School football team likely won't have the luxury of easing into its season as it has the past two years.
As a longtime resident of Canal Winchester and a former coach at that high school, Jimmy Stevens was excited when the opportunity to coach the Reynoldsburg girls soccer team arose a few months ago.
The improvements that the Reynoldsburg High School boys golf team showed throughout last season might have been just the beginning of what could occur this fall.
Even though the Hartley High School boys soccer team had nine seniors a year ago, a group of underclassmen served as key players.
Reynoldsburg High School girls tennis coach Les Somogyi loves the leadership and ability he's been seeing from his returnees.