All-Time ThisWeek Basketball TeamSince the Associated Press began awarding Mr. Basketball and Ms. Basketball in 1988, only three central Ohio high school girls and three area boys have earned at least a share of those honors.
Super 12 Boys Basketball TeamWith his 6-foot-5 frame and quickness, it's reasonable to think that Javon Bess would have been a standout high school football player had he stuck with the sport.
Super 12 Girls Basketball TeamAlyssa Rice doesn't take the situation she walked into in 2010-11 for granted.
Final Super 7 Polls
Note: 2013-14 season
1. Upper Arlington
4. Pickerington Central
3. Upper Arlington
6. Newark Catholic
As a three-time all-state girls basketball player at Pickerington High School Central who went on to play for Ohio State, Emilee Harmon didn't picture herself working an office job right out of college.
Griffin Kinney's patience, perseverance, discipline and hard work eventually allowed him to reach his goal of earning a Division I college basketball scholarship.
Some people might find the Ohio Expo Center Coliseum a bit rickety, musty and dated, but those who played, coached and watched high-school basketball at the venerable Ohio State Fairgrounds building through the years tend to regard The Barn — as it is affectionately known — like a favorite grandparent.
Coach Jim Kloepfer will not have his contract renewed after 11 seasons leading the Westerville North High School girls basketball program.
Brian O'Mara is quite familiar with the Grandview Heights High School girls basketball program and has more than 30 years of coaching experience, but that doesn't mean he isn't willing to seek advice now and then in his new role.
After several weeks of waiting, Johnathan Hedgepeth officially is the girls basketball coach at Pickerington High School Central.
The last two times the boys basketball coaching position came open at Ready High School, a veteran came in for what turned out to be a short tenure.
Canal Winchester High School athletics director Kent Riggs has announced the hiring of a both boys and girls basketball coaches.
New boys basketball coaches were named at Pickerington High School Central and North.
Sean Luzader has been named Thomas Worthington High School boys basketball coach, pending board approval in July.