Two London High School athletes are taking their careers forward.
A Red Raider is heading north.
On Sunday, Nov. 25, London High School senior Lily Marriott signed her official letter of intent to play softball for Muskingum University, beginning with the 2019-2020 season. Marriott was recognized along with the other athletes that play for the Bo Jackson Elite Sports organization in Hilliard. There are 21 players in the 2019 graduating class representing the Bo Jackson Elite Sports facility that have committed to play baseball or softball at various Division I, II and III schools across Ohio and the region. Marriott is the first and only softball player representing Bo Jackson to commit to play softball when she signed with Muskingum, a Division III school in New Concord, Ohio. Bo Jackson Elite Sports is entering the second season for softball. Marriott (front) is surrounded by her family (back, left) mother Kat, father Scott, and brother Luke.
CENTERVILLE – In a season filled with successful climbing, the London Red Raiders football team finally met its match as they were defeated 28-0 by number one seed Wyoming in the Division IV Regional Final Saturday, Nov. 17 at Centerville High School.
WASHINGTON COURTHOUSE — The London Red Raiders football team continued its quest to reach the mountaintop as they beat former league rival Clinton-Massie 28-7 in the Division IV Regional Semi-Final, held Saturday at Miami Trace High School.
The London Red Raiders football team keeps racking up wins.
GRANDVIEW — It was Homecoming at Grandview Heights High School on Friday, but it was London who was celebrating as the Red Raiders trounced the host Bobcats 42-0.
It was a tale of two halves on the gridiron Friday night.
On Saturday, Sept. 29, cross country teams from across the state to participate in the Annual Erin L. Nance Distance Classic, to be held at London Country Club. Since 1998, the event has been held in memory of a LHS cross country runner who died in a car accident her senior year. Her father Terry and mother Connie – and a number of dedicated volunteers – work hard to make it the marquee event of its kind in Ohio. Prior to 1998 (and since it began in 1974) it was known as the London Invitational.
Just like in every other game London Red Raiders play, the Circleville Tigers knew KJ Price was going to get the ball.