Westerville Top Stories
Central RoundupWhen Westerville Central High School boys soccer player Patrick Zimmerer fractured his right elbow in the third game of the season Aug. 25 against St. Charles, it was feared his prep career was over.
Bragging rights will be on the line Thursday, Oct. 20, when the Westerville Central High School football team visits Westerville South.
Improvements that might not be obvious by looking at the scoreboard are what Westerville North High School football coach Scott Wetzel is emphasizing, both to his team and fans, with two games to go in the season.
With a record of 7-0-1 overall and 1-0 in the OCC-Buckeye Division midway through the regular season, the Westerville South High School boys soccer team was aiming for a league title.
Coach Brett Weiss said the Westerville North High School girls soccer team was putting things together as it entered the Division I district tournament.
Westerville South High School junior boys golfer Troy Taylor set his sights on some lofty goals this season after a busy summer playing in numerous PGA Junior events.
Westerville North High School football coach Scott Wetzel already knew the annual game against Westerville South tends to be the talk of the town.