Junior Andy Princehorn, a Thomas Worthington graduate, helped the Ohio Wesleyan men's lacrosse team defeat St. Vincent 25-7 on April 8. Princehorn scored two goals.

Junior Andy Princehorn, a Thomas Worthington graduate, helped the Ohio Wesleyan men's lacrosse team defeat St. Vincent 25-7 on April 8. Princehorn scored two goals.

Senior Connor McGowan, a Thomas graduate, helped the men's lacrosse team defeat Colorado College 21-9 on April 12. McGowan had two goals and one assist.

Junior Lauren Rogers, a Thomas graduate, scored a goal in the women's lacrosse team's 7-5 win over Kenyon on April 7.

The Worthington junior varsity hockey teams will hold tryouts from 1:30-2:30 p.m. May 9 and from 10:10-11:10 a.m. May 10 at the Chiller North. Players entering eighth grade are encouraged to attend. If interested contact Terry Pike at (614) 378-8325 or e-mail terry.pike@sbcglobal.net.

Sophomore Mike Yednock, a Thomas graduate, helped the Wittenberg baseball team defeat Ohio Wesleyan 16-15 on April 18. Yednock, a second baseman, went 3-for-4 with three RBI and three runs.

The Worthington Youth Boosters will hold its annual open meeting at 7 p.m. Monday at the Worthington Education Center. The purpose of the meeting is to elect WYB executive officers. The WYB monthly meeting will follow once voting for officers has finished.

Wooster freshman Justin Hallowell, a Thomas graduate, was named to the D3Hoops.com All-Great Lakes Team and was named the Great Lakes Rookie of the Year. He was also named the D3Hoops.com national Rookie of the Year. He averaged 14.2 points and was 18th in the nation in Division III with an average of 3.24 3-pointer. He made a program-record 94 3-pointers and shot 51.4 percent on 3-pointers and 87.9 percent on free throws. Additionally Hallowell averaged 4.7 rebounds per game and 1.4 assists per game.

The Tangy Tornadoes swimming and diving team will have registration from 7-9 p.m. April 26 at the Powell Municipal building. Athletes must be 18 years old or under by June 1 to be eligible. For more information call Jamie Chambers at (614) 888-1691.

Junior Molly Beckwith, a Thomas graduate, helped the Indiana women's track and field team finish second in the Pepsi Team Invitational. Beckwith won the 800 in 2:07.28, a time that is more than two seconds faster than the Division I regional standard.

Worthington resident Mercina Shaut competed for Integrity Gymnastics in the Circle of Stars Meet on Feb. 20-22 in Indianapolis. Shaut, who competed in the 11-year-old division of Level 8, finished third in the all-around.

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.

The Worthington Youth Boosters are looking for lacrosse sticks, helmets, gloves, shoulder pads, arm pads or anything else that can be refurbished and donated to WYB participants who cannot afford equipment. Anything new, old or slightly used is acceptable to be donated to 870 Angus Ct., Worthington. For more information call Alice Hilliard at (614) 848-5963.

Coach Jeff Riegler has partnered with the Buckeye Swim Club to bring a competitive program to area youth swimmers. The program will offer quality competitive swim instruction and the opportunity to compete in swim meets throughout Ohio. Interested swimmers should be able to swim the length of the pool.

Anybody interested in joining can call Laurie Karr at (614) 562-0544 or visit www.buckeyeswimclub.com.

Worthington resident Erica Rodriguez competed for Integrity Gymnastics in the State Championship Meet. Rodriguez placed second on beam.

Local members of Buckeye Gymnastics competed in the Level 8, 9, 10 State Meet on March 28-29. Top finishers were:

Level 8

12-year-olds -- Leah Carloni (first bars, second beam, second floor, second all-around)

Level 9

12-and-under --ÊJaclyn Turner (third beam)

14-year-olds --ÊAnna Glover (second beam)

The Columbus Coralinas Synchronized Swimming Club will offer a team in training synchro learning opportunity for girls ages 12-and-under.

Lessons are available from 1-3 p.m. Sundays through May at New Albany High School. For questions or to register, contact Hayley Head at (614) 488-6175 or timhayley@sbcglobal.net or visit www.coralinas.org.

The Columbus Figure Skating Club will hold its annual Ice Show at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Ohio State Ice Rink, 390 Woody Hayes Drive, 43210. The show is sanctioned by US Figure Skating. Admission is free.

The Cincinnati Reds will hold a three-day youth baseball clinic for players ages 5-19 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 22-24 at the VFW baseball field, 322 Pike St., Marietta. The deadline to register is June 17. To register call (740) 373-3476.

Margaret Hofmann, a Columbus resident, has created www.femaleathletesfirst.com, a Web site designed to serve the female athlete exclusively by providing functional strength and conditioning programs, online coaching and relevant health and wellness information. There are articles, handouts and resources on just about every topic relating to women's needs as athletes. Female athletes can also purchase and download a sport specific exercise program to get started on improving their conditioning. For more information, e-mail to Hofmann at margaret@femaleathletesfirst.com.

Ohio Wesleyan will play host to the Greater Columbus Basketball Camp from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 15-18 for boys ages 7-17. The camp will be directed by the OWU men's coaching staff. For more information or to register contact Scott Cutter at (740) 368-3865 or e-mail to spcutter@owu.edu.

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Former NBA player Stan Kimbrough, who played for the Sacramento Kings and the Detroit Pistons, is offering private or small group basketball lessons at The Hoop for boys and girls grades 3-12. For information call (513) 229-0863 or visit www.kimbrobball.com.

The Ohio Chargers U-14 baseball team is looking for players. The Chargers will play a regional schedule and participate in the tournaments throughout the Midwest. Eligible players cannot turn 15 before May 1, 2009. For more information, e-mail OhioChargers@aol.com.

The Mid Ohio Jets Football Club is looking for players and coaches for full-contact football. Apply online at www.midohiojets.com or call Same Husein at (614) 580-2135.

Has your uncle coached basketball at Gahanna Jefferson Junior High for the last 20 years? Did the Grove City football fan you sat next to claim he has not missed a Dawgs home game since 1971? Is your father credited for starting the lacrosse craze in Upper Arlington? Is your brother a driver at Scioto Downs?

ThisWeek is in search of people like that for a series called "Community Profiles."

Contact ThisWeek at sports@thisweeknews.com with the names of people you think have interesting stories. Unfortunately, not all submissions can be used.

The Positive Coaching Alliance, a non-profit organization based at Stanford University, offers a free Internet-based course on how to develop and promote positive youth sports programs for youth coaches, parents and league administrators.

The program's goal is to raise the level of sportsmanship in youth sports. For information, call (650) 725-0024, send an e-mail to pca@positivecoach.org or visit www.positivecoach.org.

The National Youth Sports Safety Foundation is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to reducing the number and severity of injuries young people sustain in sports and fitness activities.

For more information, visit www.nyssf.org.

The following schools are seeking coaches:

Dublin Jerome -- Varsity assistant girls soccer. Send résumé to Nick Magistrale, athletics director, Dublin Jerome High School, 8300 Hyland Croy Road, Dublin, 43016.

Dublin Scioto --ÊVarsity field hockey. Call Director of Athletics Kip Witchey at (614) 717-2468.

Tree of Life --ÊVarsity boys soccer and varsity girls volleyball. For information, contact athletics director Yohana Hill at (614) 784-1937 or athletics@tolcs.org.