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  • Reynoldsburg Roundup

    Reynoldsburg's Christian Morgan, along with Dru Gaver, TaJah Reynolds and Tanner Wooddell, placed 23rd in the 400-yard free relay at the district meet Feb. 22 at Ohio University.

    McCafferty qualifies for state meet

    For the most part, things went according to plan for Reynoldsburg High School senior Morgan McCafferty in the Division I district girls swimming meet Feb. 22 at Ohio University.
Hartley Roundup

Lawrence, relay qualify for state swim meet

After failing to advance any athletes to state a season ago, the Hartley High School swimming and diving program had an automatic qualifier to this year's Division II meet in senior Patrick Lawrence of the boys team.
Girls Basketball

Hartley’s Brown scores 1,000th career point

Hartley High School senior Marissa Brown scored the 1,000th point of her prep career Feb. 17 in a 39-34 loss to Westerville Central.
Reynoldsburg Roundup

Girls team looks to make tourney run

Putting his team on a path to potentially reach a Division I district final for the seventh consecutive season was on Reynoldsburg High School girls basketball coach Jack Purtell's mind at the tournament drawing Feb. 8.
Hartley Roundup

Girls team aims to limit turnovers

During back-to-back CCL wins in late January, the Hartley High School girls basketball team displayed the type of ball-handling consistency that coach Jill White had been looking for all season.
Reynoldsburg Roundup

Boys team excelling from free-throw line

As the Reynoldsburg High School boys basketball team is learning, little things can make a difference when it comes to being competitive in the OCC-Ohio Division.
Hartley Roundup

Wrestlers fall short of state berth

The Hartley High School wrestling team's hopes of advancing to a Division III state dual tournament quarterfinal for the second consecutive season ended Feb. 4.
Reynoldsburg Roundup

Kelley perseveres through hip injury

Bedridden and out of school for about six weeks in fall 2013, Sherice Kelley had one lingering fear as her junior season on the Reynoldsburg High School girls basketball team began to pass her by.