SoccerThe Columbus Crew signed Olentangy graduate and Lewis Center native Chad Barson to a Homegrown contract Jan. 10.
Boys SoccerIf nothing else, Jared Robinson of the Olentangy Liberty High School boys soccer team picked his spots this season.
Super 12 Boys Soccer TeamOlentangy Liberty High School boys soccer coach Rick Collins thought he had his lineup figured out before the start of the 2011 season.
Girls Soccer Super 12 CaptainJunior forward Sam Edwards of the Dublin Coffman High School girls soccer team not only has the distinction of being named captain of ThisWeek's Super 12 team, but she also is the only member of the first team who isn't a senior.
Steve Ulry stepped in when the DeSales High School girls soccer program needed him most, but he plans to return to a more familiar role next season.
Westerville South looks stacked again after ending last season with the Division I state runner-up trophy, but there are plenty of other options available when trying to get a handle on which teams will make an impact in central Ohio high school boys basketball this winter.
Despite a change of leadership, Dublin Coffman High School girls basketball coach Randy Patton said the team's objectives won't change.
The Worthington Kilbourne High School football team had trouble dealing with the size of Massillon Perry in the Division II, Region 5 final Nov. 20 at Mount Vernon.
Aaron Linden has stepped down as boys soccer coach at Westerville South High School.
In the aftermath of a painful season-ending loss, Olentangy High School football coach Mark Solis spent more time lauding his senior class' achievements and looking forward to 2016 than dwelling on the game that had just slipped away from the Braves.
Despite the loss of five 2015 graduates, Reynoldsburg High School girls basketball coach Jack Purtell was feeling optimistic about his team's potential throughout the preseason thanks to a solid group of young players.
The Pickerington High School Central girls basketball team opened Nov. 21 with a 59-43 home win over Upper Arlington, eight months and 16 days after last season ended with a second consecutive district semifinal loss.
The Hartley High School football team's first meeting with a Greater Catholic League opponent since its 2010 state championship run likely will come down to which team runs the ball at a more successful rate.
Hilliard Davidson High School football coach Brian White fought back tears as he huddled with his team for the final time this season Nov. 21 at Welcome Stadium in Dayton.