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  • Boys Bowling

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    Senior Conor Starkey, a four-year starter, has a team-best 202.7 average through 15 games for the Central boys bowling team, which is out to a 7-0 start. The Warhawks resume their schedule Jan. 10 with the Central District Preview Tournament at HP Lanes.

    Central looks to take next step

    After her team fell just short of a state berth last season and with the majority of her bowlers back, Westerville Central High School boys coach Julie Wells hopes the Warhawks can take the next step.

Keene leading way for Blendon boys team

The Blendon Middle School eighth-grade boys basketball team opened 2-2, including a 44-40 loss to Olentangy Shanahan as Jordan McMillian had 14 points and Philip Alston scored 13.
DeSales Roundup

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.
Girls Bowling

South driven to return to state

Westerville South High School girls bowling coach Jamie West constantly reminds his team of its disappointing finish of a season ago.
Hockey

Young squad hitting stride after slow start

Westerville club hockey coach Brad Bloomberg said it took several games for his younger athletes to get used to playing together at the varsity level after his team lost 10 players to graduation.
Gymnastics

Warhawks' Stills eyes return to state

The Westerville Central High School gymnastics team began its second season boosted by the return of state-qualifier Taylor Stills.
Girls Basketball

Central awaits 'huge' game against North

There is no doubt Jamiya Pride knows the importance of the game between his Westerville Central High School girls basketball team and Westerville North.

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