DeSales RoundupFirst-year DeSales High School cross country coach Ben McGinnis used to keep an eye on what the Stallions did during the fall, but it was more through second-hand information than being hands-on.
Game of the WeekThe Westerville Central High School football team made a quick score in overtime, then used a goal line stand to defeat visiting Gahanna 28-21 in the season opener for both teams Aug. 28.
Watkins Memorial RoundupThe Watkins Memorial High School boys and girls cross country teams again are seeking to make a deep run into the postseason.
When an athlete experiences an injury, it is common for many questions, concerns, and stressors to cloud the athlete’s thinking during the rehabilitation period.
The latest news on central Ohio high school athletes who have committed to play at the next level.
Coming off different results in marathon opening-week games, the New Albany and Westerville Central high school football teams now are preparing to resume a series that has featured plenty of excitement of its own.
The Watterson High School girls volleyball team improved its fitness level and sharpened its skills during a seven-day stay in Corolla, N.C. in July.
City League Notes
The top two teams in the final computer ratings in Division IV, Region 13 last season will get the matchup they weren't able to have when the Beechcroft High School football team plays host to Marion-Franklin on Friday, Sept. 4.
St. Charles Roundup
For the first time since 2010, the St. Charles Preparatory School football team could celebrate after its opener.
Ninth-year Westland High School cross county coach Josh Barkeloo has sensed a recommitment for unity within his program this season, and that seniors Elizabeth Finley and Donna Mayhew and sophomore Kaela Ponce have been spearheading that effort for the girls team.
An offseason filled with workouts could make a difference for the Johnstown-Monroe High School boys soccer team.
The Northridge High School girls volleyball program might be on the rise.
Big Walnut Roundup
Now in his 26th season, Big Walnut High School girls volleyball coach Ron Lehman is accustomed to setting high goals for his team -- and for good reason.
Coaching soccer is in Bob McGee’s blood, but for now, it has to take a back seat to his job and family responsibilities.