The latest news on central Ohio high school athletes who have committed to play at the next level.
A year after becoming just the second program to win three consecutive Division I state high school girls golf championships, Dublin Jerome topped that accomplishment.
The depth of the St. Charles boys golf team helped it leave the Division I state tournament Oct. 18 on Ohio State’s Scarlet Course with hardware.
A week after settling for a runner-up finish in a district final, the Upper Arlington High School doubles team of senior Audrey Berger and sophomore Kyra Jung left with a Division I state championship.
A Westerville football coach charged with striking a player has announced his retirement.
Columbus Academy Roundup
After his team won its first state championship since 1999, Columbus Academy boys golf coach Craig Yakscoe was quick to recognize a supporter in attendance.
For the second consecutive year, Isis and Kyah Thomas will represent the Pickerington High School Central girls tennis team in the Division I state tournament.
Centennial High School cross country coach Rhonda Reese was concerned her girls team wouldn't be able to win the City League meet Oct. 8 at Walnut Ridge because three-time defending individual champion Kate Ryan had missed all but one race this season because of the effects of Achilles tendinitis.
Ike Boateng led the Whetstone High School boys cross country team to its third consecutive City League championship and its sixth league title in seven years.
City League Notes
When Beechcroft High School boys soccer coach Shane Huey encouraged his players to yell "City championship" before entering the field throughout the preseason, junior midfielder Peter Darko thought the idea was wishful thinking.