From passion to profession — some local athletes are taking control of their future plans well before leaving high school. Not only are they dedicated to their respective varsity teams, but they are getting a head start on their career and making sacrifices to do so.
After surviving a double-overtime scare against rival Olentangy Orange 20-13, Olentangy Liberty (9-0) remains comfortably seated in third spot of the most recent Associated Press Ohio High School Football Rankings.
Central Ohio is well represented in the 2nd Associated Press High School football poll of 2016. Six teams from the OCC garner attention including unbeaten Hilliard Bradley and Olentangy Liberty. Meanwhile, Ridgewood makes moves in D-V.
Vote now for one of our seven candidates! Players are chosen from our 18 team coverage across Central and Eastern Ohio. Voting ends Sunday at midnight. Follow us on twitter (@storiedrivals) to see who is chosen as the Offensive Player of the Year!
Brendon White (WR/DB/P) of Olentangy Liberty has committed to Ohio State. The 4-star junior from Powell, OH is the 11th commit to the Buckeye's 2017 class. White is the son of former Buckeye William White, who also played for 11 years in the NFL.
Four teams from the Ohio Capital Conference have cracked the top ten in the latest Associated Press High School State Football rankings. Meanwhile, Zanesville keeping moving up in Division III and MVL co-leader Maysville is getting attention in D-IV.
Storied Rivals covers some of the top teams in Central and Southeast Ohio, but can any of them claw their way to a OHSAA State Championship? The seedings and brackets are in place. Find out your team's path to Columbus, including when and where they will play!
After filming over 150 high school boys basketball games across Central and Eastern Ohio this season, we've compiled our list of the top games that we've had the chance to film. We've completed our own Top 10, but we want to hear from you! Cast your vote for 1 game based on whatever criteria you choose. Once voting ends, we'll release our staff's Top 10 games of the year as well as the game of the year voted on by you! Voting closes Thursday, April 23rd at 5:00 pm.
In the latest Associated Press poll released February 16, Dublin Coffman, Westerville South, and Gahanna Lincoln all remained Top 10 teams, while in Division II undefeated John Glenn has planted roots in the 3 spot.
A huge win over Dover kept John Glenn perfect on the season, but did the Muskies move up in the rankings? Meanwhile, four teams from the OCC continue to make noise in the top ten of the Division I poll!
Dublin Coffman QB Gunnar Hoak and Olentangy DE Connor Slade both claimed Player of the Year honors in the Central District after leading their teams to undefeated regular seasons. Check out the teams (Division I - VII) all selected by a panel of media members.
Tri-Valley senior Johnny Alford was awarded the D-III Defensive Player of the Year in the East District by the Associated Press, headlining a long list of Scotties and Storied Rivals' client players. See the complete list!
There wasn't a lot of movement in the latest Associated Press State Football Rankings, as many teams did their part headed down the stretch. Dublin Coffman moved to 3rd in D-I and MVL champion Tri-Valley is still 5th despite a huge week nine win. Where is you team ranked?
In the latest Associated Press poll, Maysville jumped three spots to 6th in Division IV, while rival Tri-Valley is now 5th in D-III. The two teams face off Friday in Dresden. Meanwhile, Olentangy, Coffman, Westerville Central, and Olentangy Liberty continue to make noise in D-I and II.
The latest installment of the Associated Press State Football rankings have Dublin Coffman, Westerville Central, Pickerington Central, and Olentangy still climbing the charts out of the OCC. Meanwhile, Tri-Valley and Maysville keep the MVL on the map.