The feel good story that was the second half of the Jonathan Alder football season hit a snag Friday, Oct. 24.
WHITEHALL — No day at the beach.
BEXLEY — Dominate time of possession; keep the opponent's offense off the field and you should win the game. That was not the case when London took on Bexley Friday night.
Two weeks ago the Madison-Plains High School football team was in a good position.Sitting at 5-1 overall, the Golden Eagles looked to be on their way to the team's first winning seasons in 20 years.
Drew Stahl of Jonathan Alder brings down the Vikings ball carrier during Friday nights game against River Valley.
It's not easy to get out of Penn State with a victory. Ohio State has won five times and lost five times there since Penn State joined the Big Ten in 1993.
There's no more wiggle room for the Madison County high school football teams still entertaining thoughts of postseason play. With just this Friday night and one more in the regular season schedule, teams are clearly in must-win...
Jonathan Alder High School sports fans have a chance to make it a district championship doubleheader Saturday, Oct. 25, thanks to a change in start time instituted by the Central District Athletic Board.
The Jonathan Alder girls soccer team will get a chance at a little revenge when it squares off with No. 1 seed DeSales in a Division II Central District championship game Saturday, Oct. 25, at Westerville South at 7 p.m.
COLUMBUS — Jalin Marshall was a quarterback at Middletown High School, but he did the math and decided his future in college football was as a receiver.
London High School senior Conner Osterloh puts the pressure on a Bexley player in Division II Central District tournament action Tuesday, Oct. 21. London was unable to keep up with the talented Lions and fell 10-2. Bexley scored less than a minute...
The Jonathan Alder Eighth grade volleyball team just finished up a championship season that saw the Pioneers go 19-1 en route to winning the Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference Red Division regular season and tournament championships. “This was a great...
When London High School assistant football coach Diyral Briggs extends his hands out to help a player, one of the first things the high school student notices is Briggs' right ring finger. On the finger is a diamond-crusted, 2010 Super Bowl ring...
Every team has a weakness, the Jonathan Alder volleyball team quickly identified Hamilton Township's and exploited it in a Division II Central District semifinal played at Worthington Christian Middle School Tuesday, Oct. 21.
COLUMBUS — At its best, Penn State's Beaver Stadium is one of the loudest, one of the most intimidating football venues in the Big Ten.
CINCINNATI — Coordinator Hue Jackson was going over the Bengals' many offensive failures with a group of reporters in his office on Monday afternoon when there was a knock on the door.
COLUMBUS — The J.T. Barrett bandwagon is rolling along, but there is one important person who hasn't purchased his ticket yet.
No Madison County cross country runners placed high enough at the Division II district tournament Saturday, Oct. 18, at Watkins Memorial to advance to this week's regional race.
You gotta know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em.
The Jonathan Alder High School football team has officially turned its season around.
Madison-Plains had a mission to show that last week's defeat at Bexley was a temporary setback. But after a solid first quarter, the Eagles found themselves on the wrong side of another rout, losing to visiting Columbus Academy...
Milking it for all its worth.Long ago, French chemist and microbiologist Louis Pasteur was saddled with finding an effective way to cure ills.
Years from now when the London High School football team is an annual contender for league championships under coach Kyle Cutler, it will look back at games like the one it played Friday, Oct. 17, and laugh.
The task was steep, but West Jefferson girls soccer coach Jason Phillips knew his Lady Roughriders would be up to the challenge.
A year ago this week Hayden Conley was a senior at London High School and he and his fellow Red Raiders marching band members were getting ready to travel to Whitehall-Yearling for a football tussle between London and the host Rams.