One of central Ohio’s most successful boys basketball coaches over the past two decades will be back on the bench next winter.
Usual powers New Albany, Columbus Academy and Bexley are among the central Ohio teams standing out this spring.
Jacob Ramsey, the assistant director of student life at Upper Arlington, has been named athletic director at Canal Winchester.
The Eagles have returned six starters — including junior midfielder Maddy Paz, an Ohio State commit who scored the championship-winning goal. The others are seniors Cassidy Clapham (attacker), Abby Cole (attacker), Faith Johnson (attacker) and Natalie Weaver (defender) and junior Ellie McClelland (attacker).
Grove City 14, Westerville Central 6 Olentangy 14, Thomas Worthington 13 Hilliard Bradley 10, Hilliard Davidson 3 Hilliard Darby 9, Olentangy Berlin 4 Dublin Scioto 4, Westerville South 3 Olentangy Orange 11, Dublin Coffman 9 Pickerington Central 10, Central Crossing 0 Bloom-Carroll 9, Amanda-Clearcreek 1 Hamilton Township 4, Teays Valley 3
After guiding the Upper Arlington hockey team to the state tournament in two of his three seasons as coach, Hamish Baird has stepped down.
We have reached the home stretch for 2022-23 high school sports. Here are eight central Ohio athletes you need to go see — one for each spring sport.
Dispatch.com readers selected winners for the Columbus area Athlete of the Week for the competition period prior to Feb. 26.
With the chance to coach his son for the majority of his high school football career, Michael Schaefer is returning to familiar ground.