• Boys Basketball

    Northridge's Brandon Estep averaged 10.8 points in his last six games before sitting out because of an OHSAA ruling on his eligibility. His eligibility appeal will be heard by the OHSAA on Feb. 5.

    Appeal to be heard Feb. 5 for Northridge’s Estep

    Brandon Estep of the Northridge High School boys basketball team will have his eligibility appeal heard by the Ohio High School Athletic Association on Feb. 5, according to athletics director John Morgan.
  • Centennial Roundup

    Centennial's Joe Thomas, a 6-4 senior who was averaging 19.4 points through 12 games, has developed into one of the top power forwards in the state.

    Thomas takes game to next level

    When Roosevelt Osborne first saw Joe Thomas play basketball four years ago, he wasn't overly impressed with his skill level but was optimistic he would develop into a better athlete.
  • New Albany Roundup

    Camille Emanuely, a 5-10 sophomore guard, is an exchange student from Pornic, France, who has "fit in nicely" with the New Albany girls basketball team, according to coach Jeff Blunt. The Eagles are 7-8 overall entering a league contest at Mount Vernon on Friday, Jan. 23.

    Emanuely adapts, aids girls team

    New Albany High School girls basketball coach Jeff Blunt attributed a recent four-game winning streak at least in part to an effective man-to-man defense that helped fuel the Eagles' offense.
  • Canal Winchester Roundup

    Canal Winchester's Skyler Scott (right), a 6-2 senior forward who missed last season with a shoulder injury, has played a major role in the boys basketball team's turnaround this season. The Indians are 9-3 overall after going 7-16 last season.

    Scott provides boost for boys team

    Skyler Scott has given the Canal Winchester High School boys basketball team a boost after missing last season with a shoulder injury.

Super 7 Polls


Updated Jan. 20

1. Gahanna Lincoln
2. Dublin Coffman
3. Dublin Jerome
4. Westerville South
5. Northland
6. Delaware
7. New Albany


PERFORMANCE OF THE WEEK: Dublin Jerome junior guard Mason Baich made one 3-pointer and finished with 31 points to lead his team past Westerville South 72-60 on Jan. 16 in a matchup of teams that entered with undefeated records.

Updated Jan. 20

1. Olentangy Liberty 
2. Newark 
3. Gahanna Lincoln
4. Northland
5. Olentangy
6. Dublin Coffman
7. Hilliard Bradley


PERFORMANCE OF THE WEEK: Gahanna Christian senior Dana Parkman scored 37 points, including the 1,000th of her prep career, in a 64-24 win over Circleville New Hope Christian on Jan. 15.


Top Stories

Boys Basketball

Pickerington Central shocks Northland at Play-By-Play Classic

The victory it earned in the Jared Sullinger Play-by-Play Classic on Jan. 24 felt like a long time coming for the Pickerington High School Central boys basketball team.
Girls Basketball

Eastmoor ends Africentric’s reign in City-South

With a 53-45 victory over Africentric on Jan. 23, the Eastmoor Academy girls basketball team ended the Nubians’ run of 141 consecutive wins in City League-South Division competition.
Boys Basketball

Northland’s Towns scores 1,000th career point

In the second quarter of the Northland High School boys basketball team’s 43-42 victory over Columbus East on Jan. 23, junior forward Seth Towns scored his 1,000th career point.

Dartis breaks Newark’s career scoring record

Senior guard Jordan Dartis is the new career scoring leader for the Newark High School boys basketball program.
Girls Basketball

Ready's Ruth surpasses 1,000 career points

Ready High School senior girls basketball player Lauren Ruth scored her 1,000th career point during a 41-25 win Jan. 22 over Fairfield Christian in a non-league home game.
Girls Basketball

State-ranked Liberty wins first home game since Dec. 19, stays undefeated

One of the Olentangy Liberty High School girls basketball team’s goals against Olentangy on Jan. 20 according to coach Sam Krafty was to “throw the first punch.”

Royster, Blacksten nominated for McDonald’s game

Newark High School senior Kym Royster and Newark Catholic senior Jill Blacksten are among the nominees for the 2015 McDonald’s All-American game, which will be held April 1 at Chicago’s United Center.
Girls Basketball

Coach: Centennial's Dean first to reach 1,000 points in school history

Alyssa Dean scored her 1,000th career point for the Centennial High School girls basketball team in its 66-41 victory over Mifflin on Jan. 13.
Girls Basketball

Westerville South’s Moore surpasses 1,000 career points

Senior Chenelle Moore scored her 1,000th career point for the Westerville South High School girls basketball team Jan. 16.
Girls Basketball

Westerville North targets Simmons return

Senior Symone Simmons is nearly ready to return to action with the Westerville North girls basketball team, according to coach Lamont Tillman.


2013: Div. II State Final

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2013: Div. I Regional Final

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