Who was the best high-school athlete in central Ohio during the winter sports season? Viewers of Time Warner Cable will get to decide.

Who was the best high-school athlete in central Ohio during the winter sports season? Viewers of Time Warner Cable will get to decide.

Time Warner and ThisWeek Community Newspapers have teamed up for the first Athlete of the Season competition. ThisWeek selected the top performers in nine sports, and those nine will be featured on Time Warner Cable Local On Demand Channel 1111 from now until April 15. The athlete who receives the most votes will win $500 for his or her school's athletics boosters. Each view is worth one vote.

Tune into Local On Demand Channel 1111 and select the "Viewer's Choice" tab.

The nine athletes are: Northland's Jared Sullinger (boys basketball), Pickerington Central's Emilee Harmon (girls basketball), Westerville North's Josh Demas (wrestling), Olentangy Liberty's Doug Kouskouris (hockey), Dublin Coffman's Hailey Fairchild (gymnastics), Upper Arlington's Eric Huffman (boys swimming), Watterson's Gracie Finnegan (girls swimming), Pickerington North's Ryan Gorring (boys bowling) and Westerville Central's Mary Wells (girls bowling).

North Columbus Sports is accepting registration for summer baseball, softball and T-ball for boys and girls ages 5-18.

For more information call Mark Navarre at (614) 442-8721 or visit www.northcolumbussports.org.

Several Grandview High School athletes earned honors from the MSL-Cardinal Division for their performances in the season.

They included Nate Blackwell (wrestling, first team), Jack Davis (swimming and diving, first team), Michael Falk (wrestling, first team), Spencer Jump (girls basketball, first team), Casey Rouch (boys basketball, first team), Clay Teach (wrestling, first team) and Dan Tyler (boys basketball, first team).

Boys basketball coach Ray Corbett was named the league Coach of the Year.

Ed Guice's Ohio Lady Hoopsters basketball program is accepting applications for spring leagues for girls K-4 and 5-12. The leagues will last six weeks and begin April 4. For information call Guice at (740) 657-8474 or visit www.ohioladyhoopsters.com.

The Ohio Girls Golf Foundation will offer clinics for girls ages 8-18 on April 4, 11, 18 and 25 at various sites in Ohio, including Shamrock. The clinics, taught by PGA and LPGA instructors, will run from 10-11 a.m. For information, contact Judd Stephenson, executive director, at (440) 871-4638 or juddstephenson@yahoo.com.