• Series names each school's Mount Rushmore of football

    Over the past two-plus decades, central Ohio high school football has made its mark in just about every way imaginable.
  • Football

    Clayton Bullard (91), a 2014 Johnstown-Monroe High School graduate, underwent surgery in December to repair a torn labrum and fractured scapula in his left shoulder. He expects to be fully recovered entering his junior year at Urbana University.

    Bullard bouncing back from surgery

    Clayton Bullard had had enough of the pain.
  • ThisWeek to name each area football teams’ ‘Mount Rushmore’

    For each of the past seven summers, the staff at ThisWeekSPORTS.com has taken a look back at some of the greatest moments and athletes in central Ohio sports since the creation of ThisWeek Community News in 1989.
  • Division IV, State Championship

    Barbara J. Perenic | The Columbus Dispatch
    Hartley High School football coach Brad Burchfield gets the celebratory ice-water treatment from Rian Anderson (2) as time expires in the Hawks' Division IV state championship game against Steubenville on Saturday, Dec. 5. Hartley won 31-28.

    Hartley 31, Steubenville 28

    A long field goal gave the Hartley High School football team the lead midway through the fourth quarter and its defense made it stand in a 31-28 victory over Steubenville in the Division IV state championship game Dec. 5 at Ohio Stadium.
  • Football

    Olentangy quarterback Deeb Haber

    Olentangy's Haber named Super 25 captain

    It might sound surprising to hear from a quarterback who is closing in on 7,000 career passing yards, but Olentangy High School's Deeb Haber long considered college baseball his future rather than football.

2013 Season


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Week 9 | Week 10


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Week 6 | Week 7 | Week 8 | Week 9 | Week 10
Week 11 | Week 12 | Week 13 | Week 14
Week 15



Capital | Cardinal | Central | Ohio


Gold | Silver


North | South


Big School | Small School 


Buckeye | Cardinal | Ohio

Final Super 7

1. Hilliard Davidson

2. Westerville Central

3. Worthington Kilbourne

4. Pickerington North

5. New Albany

6. Hartley

7. Marion-Franklin

Also receiving votes: Ready, Hilliard Darby

Coverage Partners

•JJ Huddle
•The Columbus Dispatch

2013 Season
Preview Guide

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Season Archives

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Top Stories

Football (Full story)

Division I playoff games moving to Friday

What many view as an almost sacred tradition will be a part of the postseason beginning this fall for central Ohio’s biggest high school football programs.

Area players shine in All-Star Classic victory

From a high school football talent perspective, central Ohio proved April 30 that its 2016 graduating class stacked up just fine compared to the rest of the state.

Lee, Perry, Vannett selected in NFL draft

After not having any players from central Ohio selected in either of the last two NFL drafts, three were chosen during this year’s event held April 28-30 in Chicago.

Smaller programs can be beneficial for recruits

Gahanna Lincoln High School defensive lineman Jonathon Cooper might have the highest profile among area seniors who have committed to Football Bowl Subdivision programs.
Football (Full Story)

Jacoby named St. Charles coach

Bob Jacoby is ready to get back into coaching and believes the St. Charles Preparatory School football program is the perfect fit.
Football - State Champions

Hartley coach used underdog status as rallying tool

Having an us-against-the-world mentality served the Hartley High School football team well once again Dec. 5 during the Division IV state championship game against Steubenville.

Hartley football squad follows winning formula

The concepts that have kept the Hartley High School football team at the top of its game for more than half a decade have a grocery-store checklist feel to them.

CCL players earn all-league honors

The CCL has released its all-league football team for the 2015 season.

Divisions V, VI and VII AP all-Ohio teams

Grandview Heights’ Rhodes Jump was honored as Division VI co-Defensive Player of the Year when the Associated Press all-Ohio teams for Divisions V-VII were announced Dec. 2.

Divisions III and IV AP all-Ohio teams

Central Ohio was well represented on the Associated Press all-Ohio football teams for Divisions III and IV.

Divisions I and II AP All-Ohio teams

Seventeen central Ohio football players earned first-team honors on the Associated Press all-Ohio teams for Divisions I and II announced Nov 30.

All-Central District teams announced

The 2015 Associated Press All-Central District football teams, as selected by a media panel from the district.

OCC releases all-league teams

The Ohio Capital Conference has released its all-league football teams for the 2015 season.

City players earn league honors

The City League has released its all-league football teams for the 2015 season.

National Signing Day: Where they're going

Numerous central Ohio high school athletes have made their college decision. See the latest list and check back for updates.



Hartley moves on to state final.


Grandview's season ends.


Watterson falls to Jackson.


Westerville Central fails to advance.
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