• Super 7 (Week 4)

  • Scores

    Area scores (Week 3)

  • 50th Anniversary Football Season

    Central coach Jay Sharrett (left) has led the program since the school district split into two high schools in 2003 when Pickerington became Pickerington Central. The Tigers are celebrating their 50th season of football this fall.

    Tigers savor community ties

    Since joining the OCC in 1981, the Pickerington High School Central football program has helped set the standard for the most popular prep sport in the area's largest league.

2013 Season


Week 1 | Week 2 | Week 3 | Week 4
Week 5 | Week 6 | Week 7 | Week 8
Week 9 | Week 10


Week 1 | Week 2 | Week 3 | Week 4 | Week 5
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

In-depth previews of 72 central Ohio high school football teams 

Season Archives

ThisWeek's sportswriters and photographers provide in-depth football game recaps on Friday nights throughout the fall.


Top Stories

Week 3 Recap

Olentangy Liberty 35, Dublin Jerome 12

The Olentangy Liberty High School football team put up 21 third-quarter points, including a punt return for a touchdown to defeat host Dublin Jerome 35-12 on Sept. 12.
Week 3 Recap

Dublin Coffman 48, Canton McKinley 0

The Dublin Coffman High School football team amassed 462 total yards, including 298 in the first half, en route to a 48-0 win over Canton McKinley on Sept. 12 in its home opener.
Week 3 Recap

Worthington Kilbourne 21, Hamilton Township 14

Coach Vince Trombetti’s face was flushed and his hands were a bit jittery last night after watching Worthington Kilbourne overcome an assault from a supremely athletic but rough-around-the-edges Hamilton Township team.
Week 3 Recap

Westerville South 27, Grove City 8

The Westerville South High School football team scored three times on plays of more than 50 yards in the second half en route to a 27-8 victory over visiting Grove City on Sept. 12.
Week 3 Recap

Olentangy Orange 21, Hilliard Bradley 13

Blake Skuratowicz was at the right place at the right time for the Olentangy Orange High School football team.
Week 3 Recap

Dublin Scioto 38, Marysville 3

The Dublin Scioto High School football team avenged a 30-28 loss to Marysville a year ago by defeating the visiting Monarchs 38-3 on Sept. 12.
Week 3 Recap

DeSales 34, New Albany 9

The DeSales High School football team got an early boost from its defense and then let its running game do the rest in a 34-9 win over visiting New Albany on Sept. 12.
Week 3 Recap

Licking Heights 37, Newark 14

The last time the Newark High School football team had played another Licking County team was 1990, when the Wildcats beat Watkins Memorial 14-7 and Licking Heights was a Division V school.
Week 3 Recap

Westerville Central 49, Independence 20 (Thu.)

The Westerville Central High School football team improved to 3-0 on the season following a 49-20 win over visiting Independence on Sept. 11.
Week 3 Recap

Hartley 21, Marion-Franklin 20 (Thu.)

Hartley High School senior running back Quri Hickman already had carried it 10 times for 62 yards on the game’s final drive when he was given the ball again.


Division I, Region 2 Final

Hilliard Davidson loses to Cincinnati Moeller 13-11.

Division V, State Semi

Hartley beats Akron Manchester 49-22.

Division VI State Semi

Ready loses to top-ranked Kirtland 10-7.
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