Worthington RoundupWhen the Worthington Kilbourne High School football team takes the field Friday, Oct. 28, at Dublin Jerome, it could mark the final prep game for its 23 seniors.
Updated 5:05 p.m. Oct. 25Dublin Coffman High School football coach Mark Crabtree has been suspended for the first two playoff games this season because of a recruiting violation, the Ohio High School Athletic Association announced Oct. 25.
Upper Arlington at Dublin CoffmanThe Dublin Coffman and Upper Arlington high school football teams know to expect the unexpected when it comes to their rivalry, but what's at stake Friday, Oct. 28, is perfectly clear to both teams.
New AlbanyBrandon DeHass has made a slew of big plays for the New Albany High School football team the past three weeks, as his 11.8 yards per carry average might indicate.
After more than two decades of naming the Super 25 High School Football Team in the papers, ThisWeek Community News will announce the team live at an awards banquet!
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Week 10 Recap
It was a sequence that Pickerington High School North quarterback Jimmy Weirick said felt like one of his dreams.
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For many central Ohio prep football teams, Week 10 represents the end of the season. For others, it's the final attempt to secure a playoff spot or fine-tune for the postseason.
It's unclear whether Xavier Henderson will end up playing more at cornerback or safety during his remaining time with the Pickerington High School Central football team, not to mention when he gets to college two years from now.
Dublin Scioto at Hilliard Darby
The Dublin Scioto and Hilliard Darby high school football teams both have a lot on the line as they meet in the regular-season finale Friday, Oct. 28.
Brendon White seemingly has been living a charmed life the last few years.
While some coaches devise a plan with a target date for improvement when taking over a program, second-year Dublin Jerome High School football coach Bob Gecewich said he never set a number of years for a turnaround.
Hilliard Davidson High School football coach Brian White wasn't sure which direction his team would head after splitting its first four games.