SoccerSophomore midfielder Jacob Roberts scored the only goal the Worthington Kilbourne High School boys soccer team would need during the first half, as the host Wolves beat Thomas 2-0 on Oct. 3 to capture the Thombourne Trophy.
Upper Arlington RoundupWhile Upper Arlington High School boys soccer coach Mic Rogers briefly chatted with referees after a 1-0 win over Marysville on Sept. 29, someone had to organize the team.
Girls TennisThe Olentangy Liberty High School girls tennis team continues to make program history.
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The Dublin Jerome High School girls soccer team is closing in on its fifth consecutive OCC-Cardinal Division title.
Nicole Cardwell of the Westerville Central High School girls tennis team improved on her Division I sectional finish from a year ago, and now she will get the chance to lengthen her season even further.
The Thomas Worthington High School girls tennis team will have four representatives in the Division I district tournament, which starts Friday, Oct. 9, at Hilliard Davidson and concludes Saturday, Oct. 10, at Upper Arlington.
For the first time since having a doubles team qualify in 2009, the Dublin Scioto High School girls tennis program will be represented in the Division I district tournament.
The Worthington Kilbourne High School field hockey team already had equaled its win total from a year ago before playing Dublin Scioto on Oct. 7, but one of the highlights of the season, according to first-year coach Alexandra Street, didn't have anything to do with the result of a game.
New Albany Roundup
As the calendar turned to the final full month of the cross country season, New Albany High School girls coach Herb Gregory began to see his runners turn a figurative corner.
The Columbus School for Girls tennis team finished first and second in both singles and doubles at its home sectional, which began Oct. 1 and concluded Oct. 4.
Steve Hall, the former Grandview Heights coach and Ohio State men’s basketball player who died earlier this year, will be honored Feb. 13 by Haviland Wayne Trace, his high school alma mater.