November 20, 2020

Swimming, I have swam competitively since the age of five. First as a Foxboro Barracuda in the Suburban East Swim League, the team that I am now a head coach of, and still a swimmer on. I then joined Greater Columbus Swim Team of Ohio, a club swim team, 12 years later...

November 20, 2020

December is rapidly approaching, and the winter sports season is upon us. Every program has hope, and that’s all that there needs to be.


Looking at boys basketball, the Pioneers have a strong team this year le...

November 20, 2020

Fewer high school athletes have had better success on the volleyball team than senior London Davis.

The volleyball team dominated throughout the season this year, finishing the season 21-4 without losing a single set in OCC league play. On a team with many stars, Davis...

Tannor Lambert

Well, Howdy Pioneers and happy 2020. Like 2020, the fans in the stands as well as the rest of high school sports make absolutely no sense. But there is nothing we can do. I have talked to Athletic Director Brett Diehl on multiple occasions about why we, a...

November 6, 2020

The global pandemic has had a huge impact on professional sports. Although many sports leagues were unsure if they would be able to return to play without a vaccine, they have found ways to resume or begin their seasons.

While each league found different ways to return,...

March 13, 2020

As the final minutes of the clock counted down in third period play, the crowd roared for the underdog team as they saw a victory on the horizon. The Pioneers would skate past the Bombers onto the third round of the Division 1 State Qualifying bracket. 

The Olentangy Or...

March 9, 2020

Design by McKenna Dunn

Harvard University, renowned as one of the most prestigious institutions in the world, is home to roughly 6,800 undergraduate students. As students around the world graduate from secondary schools, some will attend the university. One of the under...

March 6, 2020

Design by McKenna Dunn

The dream of being a professional athlete comes across many kids minds. But many times, that dream dwindles away with age. However, for a 2019 Orange graduate, this dream became a reality.

On Jan. 17, 2020, former student Sebastian Berhalter signed...

February 5, 2020

Fans cheer louder than ever. Athletes assert all their focus. Student sections scream from across the stadium. It’s the big rivalry game.

Olentangy graduate, intervention aide and head boys basketball coach at OHS John Feasel has been in the building to see it all. He g...

February 5, 2020

Photo Illustration by Brooke Farren 

More than half of the students in the school participate in the daily grind of high school athletics without ever coming close to a chance at the next level of sports. College sports are merely just a dream.

However, the school has gr...

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