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Coffman athletics competition and scrimmages suspended until at least November 30th

Due to the rising spread of COVID-19, Dublin City Schools has suspended athletics at the high school and middle school. Per communication from district leadership, middle school sports are completely paused until Nov. 30, effective immediately. At the high school level, all scrimmages and games are canceled until Nov. 30. High school teams will be permitted to practice

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Chipotle has always been committed to preparing real food made with real ingredients, and is a long-time supporter of local high school teams and clubs. Chipotle has hosted 228,000 restaurant fundraisers which have given back more than $71,000,000 to local causes, including to high school athletics. Now, Chipotle is excited to announce a partnership with VNN


The boys cross country team qualified for the state meet with a runner up finish at the regional meet. Liam Shaughnessy and Will McGraw earned individual qualifier honors. The girls cross country team finished 3rd place to qualify for the state meet. Morgan Halli and Abby Scherer earned individual qualifier honors. SATURDAY, NOV. 7 DIV.


The Rocks went down early 1-0 then came back to build a 3-1 lead.  Darby scored another goal to make it 3-2 at the half.  Coffman hung on in the second half to earn the victory 3-2 and advance to the District Final. OHSAA DIV.I GIRLS SOCCER CENTRAL DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Saturday, Oct. 31 Pickerington North#5

Soccer & Volleyball Teams Advance To Districts

The Girls Volleyball Team earned the Sectional Championship Defeating Jerome last week to advance to the Districts. OHSSA Girls Volleyball Div. I Central District Semi Tuesday, Oct. 27 Coffman#5 at Watkins Memorial #4 6:00PM Winner advances to District Final Saturday 2:30PM Boys Soccer defeated Lancaster 6-1 to earn the Sectional Title and now advance to

Cross Country Teams Advance to Regionals

The girls won a district title with 55 points, 72 points ahead of runner-up Olentangy Orange. Morgan Halli (3rd), Olivia Oiler (5th), Kylie Feeney (6th) and Abby. Scherer (11th) were all in individual qualifying positions.   The boys cross country team was second at the district meet, one point behind Lancaster at 91-92. Liam Shaughnessy