The Dublin Scioto High School girls basketball team entered its game against Thomas Worthington on Jan. 14 looking to end a three-game losing streak.
The Irish were 1-12 overall, and they are 1-7 in the OCC-Cardinal Division.
Scioto plays host to Westerville Central on Friday, Jan. 17, in a league game. The Irish lost to the Warhawks 64-15 on Dec. 7.
The Irish lost at home to Delaware 51-40 on Jan. 11 as Brianna Bell scored 17 points and Abbie Moore added 10.
Scioto lost a league game at Canal Winchester 50-40 on Jan. 10. Bell scored 15 points and Moore had 12.
The Irish also lost at home to league-foe Hilliard Bradley 57-32 on Jan. 7 as Bell scored 12 points.
Coffman hoping to bounce back
Coffman also will look to end a three-game losing streak when it visits Hilliard Davidson on Friday, Jan. 17, for an OCC-Central contest.
The Shamrocks, who beat the Wildcats 65-32 on Dec. 11, are 8-6 overall and 6-2 in the league.
Upper Arlington took over first place in the league at 7-1 with a 53-40 win at Coffman on Jan. 10. The Golden Bears outscored the Shamrocks 24-10 in the fourth quarter.
Kamerine Taylor scored 17 points for the Shamrocks, who again played without junior forward Sade Olatoye. She has missed the last seven games with a left knee injury.
Coffman lost to host Olentangy Liberty 64-62 on Jan. 8 as Christine Szabo scored 20 points and Taylor added 11.
Coffman, Liberty and Westland are tied for second in the league.
Jerome remains in title chase
Jerome will look to keep its OCC-Cardinal title hopes alive when it visits Bradley on Friday, Jan. 17.
The Celtics were 6-4 overall before playing Delaware on Jan. 14 and are 5-2 in the OCC-Cardinal.
Westerville North is 6-0 in the league and Bradley is 6-2.
Jerome defeated Bradley 41-34 on Jan. 11 at home as Bailey Williams scored 13 points and Hadley Kiefer had 12.
The Celtics lost at Westerville Central 51-38 in a league game Jan. 10. Kiefer scored 18 and Sarah Youngs had 10.
Jerome defeated Westerville South 53-52 in a league game Jan. 8 at home. Kiefer scored 17 points and Madison Watson added 15.
-- Frank DiRenna