• Men's Tennis

    Photo courtesy of Kirk Irwin Photography
    Kevin Metka, a 2010 Worthington Kilbourne graduate, went 23-8 in singles and 31-13 in doubles in his final season at Ohio State. For his career he finished 61-18 in singles and 110-24 in doubles. He is one of eight OSU players to win at least 110 doubles matches.

    Metka finishes stellar career at OSU

    Kevin Metka made the most of an opportunity by making his mark on the Ohio State men's tennis program.
  • Athletes of the Year

    Pickerington North's Nick Gray, a senior and Ohio State recruit, helped lead the Panthers to the school's first team state title in any sport. He defended his championship in the 400 meters at the Division I state meet June 5 and 6, placed second in the 100 and 200 and ran a leg on the winning 1,600 relay.

    Area's best highlight spring sports season

    Now that the school year is over and summer is upon us, it's time to announce the Athletes of the Year for the spring season. Here are the honorees:
  • Football

    Dublin Coffman quarterback Gunnar Hoak eyes a receiver during the 7-on-7 State Passing Championships on June 20 at Coffman.

    Area teams compete in soggy 7-on-7 event

    The Dublin Coffman High School football team wasn't able to defend its title in the 7-on-7 State Passing Championships on June 20, but coach Mark Crabtree was encouraged by the host Shamrocks' performance.
  • Fan Poll

    What is the greatest central Ohio football team of the last 25 seasons?

    Although the 2015 state track and field meet signaled the end of another memorable high school sports year, there’s never a bad time to talk about football for most prep enthusiasts.

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Tressler named Olentangy Orange coach

Scott Tressler has been named wrestling coach at Olentangy Orange High School.

Stephen resigns as Jerome boys coach

Tyler Stephen has stepped down as the boys tennis coach at Dublin Jerome High School to become head coach of the men’s team at his alma mater, Otterbein University.

Pennington resigns as Orange coach

Tim Pennington, the only head coach in the history of the Olentangy Orange High School hockey team, has stepped down after seven seasons.

Lightfoot named Whitehall coach

Rod Lightfoot has been named football coach at Whitehall-Yearling High School, pending school board approval.

Alder is latest in battle over logo

One doesn't have to journey far from Ohio State on a given Friday night in the fall to hear the Buckeyes' fight song being played by a high school band.

Takos resigns as Pickerington Central coach

Pickerington High School Central is seeking a baseball coach, as Andy Takos recently stepped down after three seasons.
Boys soccer

Neiderman named Coffman coach

The Dublin Coffman High School boys soccer team will have a familiar face as its leader this fall.

Hahn named Marysville athletics director

Pending school board approval, Staci Hahn will be the next athletics director at Marysville High School.

Divisions changing for many area squads

Since the last time the Ohio High School Athletic Association determined its football divisions based on the enrollment numbers of its member schools in May 2013, Marion-Franklin's boys enrollment dropped by 36 while Beechcroft's was unchanged.


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Track & Field

State meet June 5-6 at Ohio State

State Championship Teams -- Spring

Central Ohio teams that won it all

State Final

Westerville South finishes as Division I state runners-up.




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