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  • Westland Roundup

    Richard McCree and the Westland boys basketball team finished the regular season 3-19 with a 67-64 victory over Central Crossing on Feb. 20 to snap a 10-game losing streak.

    Boys team likely faces tough task

    Westland High School boys basketball coach Scott Vayansky realizes his team likely faces a daunting challenge in its Division I district tournament opener.
Ready Roundup

Boys bowlers advance to state tournament

One of Ready High School junior Chris McCarty's fondest childhood memories is of him and his family celebrating one of his birthdays at Wayne Webb's Columbus Bowl.
Ready Roundup

Offense improving for boys basketball team

Over its first 15 games, the Ready High School boys basketball team scored 50 or more points just twice and averaged only 33.7 points.
Westland Roundup

Wrestlers gearing up for sectional

The Westland High School wrestling team will be spending the week preparing for the 11-team Division I sectional tournament Saturday, Feb. 28, at Newark.
Ready Roundup

Girls basketball team seeks to defend district title

During the postseason drawing Feb. 8, Ready High School girls basketball coach Joe Lang seized what he believes could be an opportunity for his team to defend its Division III district championship.
Westland Roundup

Girls squad still lacking floor general

Westland High School girls basketball coach Hugo Quint expected his team to remain competitive despite losing his top two players from a year ago to graduation in Tanesha Dixon and Christina Simpson.
Ready Roundup

Boys bowlers rolling into postseason

With five seniors, including ThisWeek Athlete of the Year Paige Sutfin, leading the way last season, the Ready High School girls bowling team won the Central Ohio High School Bowling Conference-Central Division and reached the Division II state tournament.
Westland Roundup

Boys remain competitive despite skid

Westland High School boys basketball coach Scott Vayansky realizes that his team likely will receive a low seed when the Division I district tournament draw takes place Feb. 15, but he believes his team's record is somewhat misleading.