• DeSales Roundup

    Luke Hippler of DeSales has been a key contributor this season, averaging 9.6 points, 7.7 rebounds, 2.6 steals, 2.0 blocks and 1.8 assists through 12 games.

    Multi-talented Hippler keys boys squad

    Basketball would be relatively boring for Luke Hippler if all he did was roam the paint and grab rebounds, so the DeSales High School boys team's senior guard has made sure such monotony is not an issue.
  • Watterson Roundup

    Seniors Lauren Sawyer (left) and Kiera Mulcahy each missed significant time last season with injuries but have returned this winter to help lead the Watterson girls basketball team to a strong start. The Eagles were 13-1 overall and 3-0 in the CCL before playing New Albany on Jan. 17.

    Senior duo happy to be back for girls

    It wasn't what Kiera Mulcahy wanted to be doing, but at least she had company.

Super 7

Super 7 girls preseason rankings (with 2014-15 record in parentheses):http://workplace.dispatch.com/content/images/sports/super-7.png

1. Olentangy Liberty (25-2)

2. Pickerington Central (17-8)

3. Olentangy (21-5)

4. Dublin Coffman (20-6)

5. Reynoldsburg (15-9)

6. Eastmoor Academy (23-3)

7. Upper Arlington (19-6)

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City Roundup

South boys going strong

After winning its first district championship since 1986 two seasons ago, the South High School boys basketball team proved the run wasn't a fluke last season by winning 19 games for a second consecutive season and receiving a Division II district runner-up trophy.
Groveport Madison Roundup

Girls enjoy newfound success

This season has been quite cathartic for the Groveport Madison High School girls basketball team.
Whitehall-Yearling Roundup

Ellis sets pace for girls squad

Whitehall-Yearling High School girls basketball player Stephanie Ellis has been a steady contributor in what has been an up-and-down season for her team.
Centennial Roundup

Girls team looking for consistency

The Centennial High School girls basketball team had a three-game winning streak snapped with a 62-28 loss to Watterson on Jan. 14.
Whetstone Roundup

Jones making impact with boys basketball team

Despite entering the week with a 3-8 overall record, Sean Jones and his teammates on the Whetstone High School boys basketball team remain focused on improving and are excited about the future.
CSG Roundup

King happy to make impact

Skylar King has made a quick study of basketball.
Boys Basketball

Warriors’ Joseph scores 1,000th career point

Worthington Christian High School senior Jay Joseph scored the 1,000th point of his boys basketball career during a 67-48 win over Waterford in the Route 40 Classic on Jan. 16 at Zanesville West Muskingum.
Boys Basketball

South’s Wesson surpasses 1,000 career points

Westerville South High School senior boys basketball player Kaleb Wesson reached some prep milestones over the weekend at the Burger King Classic in Erie, Pennsylvania.
Boys Basketball

UA’s Goodwin reaches milestone

Dane Goodwin fell just short of one career mark Jan. 15, but reached another a long time in the making.
County Roundup

Newark boys, girls earning accolades

As perfect seasons continued into the new year for both the Newark High School boys and girls basketball teams, the accolades have started to roll in.
Delaware Hayes Roundup

Improving girls squad still sees room for growth

Now that members of the Delaware Hayes High School girls basketball team have tasted some success, they're aiming higher.
Westland Roundup

Girls squad trying to stay positive

With his team trailing visiting Canal Winchester 21-7 after one quarter Jan. 10, Westland High School girls basketball coach Matt Jaynes met his players near midcourt as they were leaving the floor and offered encouragement.
Watkins Memorial Roundup

Young players boosting girls team

After winning only one of its first seven games, the Watkins Memorial High School girls basketball team seems to have found its rhythm.
Licking Heights Roundup

Boys looking to hit stride

After losing five in a row, the Licking Heights High School boys basketball team will take a two-game winning streak into a contest Tuesday, Jan. 17, against visiting Franklin Heights.
Big Walnut Roundup

Neff sisters help to lead girls team

Sisters Katie and Emily Neff of the Big Walnut High School girls basketball team had been on the court together plenty before playing for the Golden Eagles.