Boys BasketballThe most successful era in the history of the Canal Winchester High School boys basketball team has ended.
Boys BasketballWhen Bob Miller announced his retirement as coach of the Thomas Worthington High School boys basketball team earlier this month, it ended one of the most enduring and winningest coaching careers in Ohio.
Boys BasketballAfter a stroke and back surgery prevented him from coaching the Pickerington High School Central boys basketball team for the second half of this past season, Jerry Francis stayed away, monitoring the Tigers' progress and keeping touch via calls, texts and the media.
Final Super 7 Polls
Note: 2013-14 season
1. Upper Arlington
4. Pickerington Central
3. Upper Arlington
6. Newark Catholic
Gahanna Lincoln High School senior Javon Bess was named Ohio’s MVP as his team beat Kentucky 100-91 on April 12 in the 23rd annual Ohio-Kentucky boys all-star game at Thomas More College in Crestview Hills, Ky.
Ben Patrick has been hired to coach the Columbus School for Girls basketball team.
Gary Burke has stepped down as coach of the Canal Winchester High School girls basketball team.
Cort Hamilton will be hired to coach the Hilliard Davidson High School boys basketball team, pending school board approval April 14.
Matt Fisher has been named the new girls basketball coach at Hartley High School.
Over the past few years, the most sought-after recruit to come through central Ohio in girls basketball unquestionably was Reynoldsburg High School senior Alyssa Rice.
Both the Olentangy Liberty and Olentangy Orange high school girls basketball programs are looking for head coaches.
City League 94, OCC 79
The Upper Arlington High School boys basketball team was less than five seconds away from winning its first state championship since 1937, but had to settle for being the Division I state runner-up after an unlikely shot.
The Watterson High School boys basketball team had overcome early deficits during its postseason run, but it wasn't able to do so against second-ranked Norwalk in the Division II state final.
As he reflected on his team advancing to the Division III state tournament for the first time since 2010, Ready High School boys basketball coach Don Worstell talked about how he was pleased and proud of what the Silver Knights accomplished.
Coffman tried to treat its Division I state semifinal against North Canton Hoover on March 14 at Ohio State like a typical regular-season contest.