Since becoming the Upper Arlington High School boys athletics director more than three years ago, Michael Schaefer has been able to persuade Mike Golden to put off retiring and continue his career as Golden Bears football coach.
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According to Elizabeth Weldon of the Upper Arlington High School girls swimming and diving team, the Golden Bears are driven by the fact that their streak of eight consecutive Division I state championships ended last season.MORE
The Olentangy Liberty High School boys swimming and diving team enjoyed perhaps its best season in 2010-11, winning an OCC-Cardinal Division title and finishing 21st in the Division I state meet.MORE
The Hilliard Darby High School boys swimming and diving team is looking to improve on last season, when it finished 30th in the Division I state meet, fourth at district, third at sectional and second in the OCC-Cardinal Division.MORE
Worthington Kilbourne High School gymnastics coach Cindy Fushimi said it will take a collective effort to fill the scoring void left by her daughter, 2013 graduate Selena Fushimi-Karns.MORE
One of eight returning letterwinners for the Groveport Madison High School wrestling team, Shakur Laney is seeking a return trip to the Division I state tournament.MORE
A glance at the individual statistics of the Hartley High School football team tells a lot about what got the Hawks to their second state championship game in four seasons.MORE
The following is a list compiled by ThisWeekSPORTS.com of the central Ohio high school football players in our coverage area that received all-state recognition in Division I-VI.MORE
Hilliard Davidson loses to Cincinnati Moeller 13-11.
Hartley wins over Akron Manchester 49-22.