Boys Basketball - Div. I State FinalThe Westerville South High School boys basketball team’s pursuit of the program’s first Division I state title came up short in a 65-57 loss to Huber Heights Wayne on March 28 at Ohio State.
Super 12 Boys Basketball TeamSeth Towns isn't planning to take it easy over the next few months.
Fan pollThe award-winning sports staff at ThisWeek Newspapers will be announcing its Super 12 wrestling team in the April 2 editions.
Super 12 Girls Basketball TeamWith senior Kym Royster leading the way, a number of memorable moments have taken place this season for the Newark High School girls basketball team.
The reality is that every athlete will inevitably face the day where he or she must face sport retirement and transition to the next chapter in life.
The latest news on central Ohio high school athletes who have committed to play at the next level.
Although the Eastmoor Academy boys basketball team is making its first appearance in the state tournament and Walnut Ridge hasn't been to state since winning the Class AAA title in 1971, at least their coaches have some experience at that level.
Gahanna Lincoln Roundup
With a large junior class taking big strides forward late last season, the Gahanna Lincoln High School baseball team surprised its way to a second consecutive Division I state tournament.
Since Ryan Alexander took over as coach of the Grove City High School baseball team in 2009, the Greyhounds have reached 20 wins in all six seasons.
The Worthington Kilbourne High School girls lacrosse team has plenty of reasons to feel optimistic heading into this season.
The Olentangy High School girls lacrosse team has some big goals this season.
After spending the last two seasons as an assistant at DeSales, Maggie Bornhorst is tackling her first head coaching job with the Pickerington High School Central girls lacrosse team.
The DeSales High School girls lacrosse team began its ninth season March 24 unlike any of the previous eight.
The Pickerington High School North boys lacrosse team believes it is in a much better situation than a year ago at this time.
A few times during a recent practice, Upper Arlington High School boys lacrosse coach Ted Wolford had to remind his players that effective communication includes being loud on the field.