FootballA record season came to an end for the Grandview Heights High School football team Nov. 28 at Mansfield Madison.
Div. IV - State Title PreviewSimilarly to the last time the Hartley High School football team competed in a state championship game, its opponent has one of the state's richest traditions.
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Of the four central Ohio high school boys basketball teams that won Division I district championships a year ago, three have returned experienced casts headlined by players who made either first- or second-team all-district.
Seventeen central Ohio football players earned first-team honors on the Associated Press all-Ohio teams for Divisions I and II announced Nov 30.
With a strong returning nucleus and several key additions, Whitehall-Yearling High School boys basketball coach Drew Williams expects his team to again advance far into the postseason.
Jason Carter is a known entity for the Johnstown-Monroe High School boys basketball team, but coach Kevin Martin said the Johnnies are much more than their standout senior forward.
The expectations remain high for the Marysville High School boys basketball team.
After having a subpar season in terms of what the Olentangy Liberty High School hockey team has come to expect, ninth-year coach Jack Hoogeveen was looking for a bit of an attitude change.
The Dublin Jerome High School hockey team has set its sights on making a return trip to the state tournament.