Delaware Hayes RoundupThe Delaware Hayes High School wrestling team is hoping its second trip to the Division I state team tournament will be better than its first.
Numerous central Ohio high school athletes have made their college decision. See the latest list and check back for updates.
WrestlingAs improbable as it may seem given his success with the Central Crossing High School wrestling team, Kameron Teacher nearly walked away from the sport as a freshman.
FootballNearly two dozen players and three coaches from Central District schools will be among the participants in this year’s Ohio North-South All-Star Classic football games April 30 at Welcome Stadium in Dayton.
Back in the old days when a football player scored, made a great play, or delivered a QB sack, he would pick himself off the ground and quietly return to his team.
It’s another championship week on the central Ohio prep sports scene, as more league titles are up for grabs.
A defensive adjustment helped propel the Africentric Early College girls basketball team to its eighth City League championship in 11 seasons Feb. 6 at Columbus South.
Led by Ana Abduljelil, the Whitehall-Yearling High School wrestling team won the MSL-Ohio Division title Feb. 6 at Madison Plains.
Swimming & Diving
The Granville and Watkins Memorial high school swimming and diving teams won titles in the inaugural LCL meet Feb. 6 at New Albany.
The Licking Valley High School wrestling team won five weight classes en route to its fifth LCL championship in six seasons Feb. 6 at Newark Catholic.
Swimming & Diving
Moving across the country hasn't been easy for Gahanna Lincoln High School sophomore Seamus Ginnane, but he's started to find his comfort zone.
Gahanna Lincoln High School defensive lineman Jonathon Cooper might have the highest profile among area seniors who have committed to Football Bowl Subdivision programs.