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CANCELLED: Parent/Player meeting 4/15/20

Hi all, Due to COVID-19, there will be no parent/player meeting tomorrow, April 15th. Please stay tuned for future updates.   Stay healthy, WCHS Volleyball Coaching Staff

Wrestling All OCC Teams Announced

The Ohio Capital Conference has announced the all conference team for the 20202 season.  The following Westerville Central wrestlers were selected: 1st Team  – 106 lbs. David Javier 2nd Team –  170 lbs. Logan Moore, 195 lbs.  Josiah Mair 3rd Team –  126 lbs.  Jack Bond, 145 lbs.  Caleb Scheideger Javier will compete this week

Updated Broadcast Info For Tonight’s Basketball Game

270 Hoops just announced that they will produce a live, video broadcast of tonight’s OHSAA Division I Regional basketball game between the Warhawks and Thomas Worthington. Click here for the 270 Hoops website and click here for their Twitter…                                

Basketball Regional Tournament Update

Only a limited number of spectators will be in attendance at tonight’s OHSAA Division I Regional Tournament basketball game at Ohio Dominican University.  However, that doesn’t mean Warhawk fans can catch the action live.  Broadcast partner Central Ohio Sports Network will be broadcasting the game.  Game time is 7:00 pm – COSN play-by-play man Brent

Elementary School “Boys Night Out” Spring Dance

Please join us for the inaugural Elementary School “Boys Night Out” Spring Dance! Thursday, April 9th, 2020 7:00-8:45 PM Westerville Central High School Boys in Kindergarten – 5th Grade It will be a totally cool and awesome night for boys (K-5) and a special adult(s) in their lives.  The evening will consist of dancing, games, and music provided

Warahwks Boys Basketball Team Captures District Title

The Westerville Central boys basketball team entered the Central District Division I Basketball Tournament as the 13th seed and three wins later are District Champions. Wednesday’s semi-final win over 3 seed Columbus South sent the Warhawks to  Saturday’s title game versus Delaware Hayes.  Central jumped out to an early lead with senior Tyler Beckel hitting