Week 6: Nos. 1-5The 2000s were a groundbreaking era for high school football in central Ohio.
FootballLining up at wide receiver or kick returner for the Westerville South High School football team, Abu Daramy often would think about his father, Abu-Bakarr Daramy.
Tri-County Aquatics LeagueThe Chevington Woods Kingfish finished first in 31 of 77 events during the 11-team Tri-County Aquatic League championships held July 23 and 24 at the Canal Winchester Municipal Pool.
Surburban East Swim LeagueThe Eastmoor Swordfish set Suburban East Swim League meet records in five events en route to winning their third consecutive Varsity Division championship July 23 at Gahanna Swim and Racquet Club.
The latest news on central Ohio high school athletes who have committed to play at the next level.
During its preseason schedule, the Dublin Coffman High School football team will tune up for the coming season by facing a pair of teams that qualified for the playoffs last fall and another program that has been a postseason regular the last two-plus decades.
New Albany High School graduate David Dinsmore finished 15th in the 10-meter diving semifinals at the FINA World Championships on Aug. 1 in Kazan, Russia, failing to advance to the finals.
Mike Yinger has been named Worthington Kilbourne High School baseball coach.
Neither of the two local players on this year's University of Denver's men's lacrosse national championship team racked their brains trying to explain why the Pioneers finally earned their long-awaited title after losing in a semifinal three of the past four seasons.
Upper Arlington High School graduate Abby Johnston finished 21st in individual 3-meter diving preliminaries July 31 at the FINA World Championships in Kazan, Russia.
Judging from turnout at the Pickerington High School Central baseball team’s voluntary summer practice July 27, new coach Ray Noe is confident the Tigers have the same desire to return to elite status as he does.
The Whitehall-Yearling High School boys soccer team will be led this season by first-time head coach Monica Austin.
Mikayla Cooper knew she would have an opportunity to play as a freshman on the Ohio University softball team.