Gary Henery

Position: Managing Editor
E-Mail Address: ghenery@civitasmedia.com
Phone Number: 740-413-0906

Latest Stories by Gary Henery

Contacts: Gary Henery (managing editor) 740-413-0906 (work) 740-3694769 (home) Publication: The Sunbury News Date: Thursday, November 20, 2014 Price: $1 per issue Barcode 6 74825 43205 8 Website: sunburynews.com No. of Sections: 1 No. of Pages: 8 Page 1 template A7 SUN112014_RightTeaser (with photo); Koehler grduates from Cambridge, Page 3

Herman's big day sends Bishops past Scots

By Gary Henery ghenery@civitasmedia.com Senior running back Kevin Herman closed out his Ohio Wesleyan football career with a flourish, scoring two of his three touchdowns in the fourth quarter as the Battling Bishops pulled away from visiting Wooster with a game-concluding 24-0 run en route to a 38-14 North Coast Athletic Conference victory Satur

Homan, Goodrich receive Library Foundation scholarships

Ryan Homan and Arabella Goodrich, both 2014 graduates of Big Walnut High School, were recently named recipients of the Community Library Foundation's Junior Friends Community Service Award. The $500 scholarship recognizes a graduating senior who has donated time to Community Library's teen volunteer program and is pursuing a vocational two-year, o

Homan, Goodrich receive Library Foundation Scholarships

Ryan Homan and Arabella Goodrich, both 2014 graduates of Big Walnut High School, were recently named recipients of the Community Library Foundation's Junior Friends Community Service Award. The $500 scholarship recognizes a graduating senior who has donated time to Community Library's teen volunteer program and is pursuing a vocational, two-year, o

Shepherd, Johnson lead BW past Franklin Heights, 45-23

The Golden Eagles hit the ground running in Friday night's season-ending 45-23 Ohio Capital Conference Capital Division victory over Franklin Heights in Columbus. Led by senior fullback Brayden Shepherd and junior halfback Christian Johnson, who combined for 329 yards and 6 touchdowns in 40 carries (8.23 yards per carry). With the victory, Big Wa

Ron Lehman's Golden Eagles have one goal when the girls volleyball season rolls around — win a District crown.
Big Walnut (22-3) reached that pinnacle for the first time in four years when the fourth-seeded Golden Eagles, led by the performances of junior Jessica Ruffing, junior Tiffany Soisson and senior Krista Schmidt, defeated No. 6 Lanca

BW claims District volleyball crown

Ron Lehman's Golden Eagles have one goal when the girls volleyball season rolls around — win a District crown. Big Walnut (22-3) reached that pinnacle for the first time in four years when the fourth-seeded Golden Eagles, led by the performances of junior Jessica Ruffing, junior Tiffany Soisson and senior Krista Schmidt, defeated No. 6 Lanca

DGHD receives almost $42,000 in Traffic Safety grants

Health Commissioner Shelia Hiddleson recently announced the Ohio Department of Public Safety's (ODPS) Ohio Traffic Safety Office (OTSO) awarded $41,999.83 in federal traffic safety funding to the Delaware General Health District for federal fiscal year 2015. ”These funds are critical in ensuring that we are doing everything we possibly can t

By Gary Henery
Sports Writer
In a game that went down to the closing seconds, Hiram freshman running back Brendan Carr capped a 10-play, 84-yard series with a 2-yard touchdown run with 1:45 to play as the Terriers captured a 35-28 North Coast Athletic Conference victory over Ohio Wesleyan in front of a gathering of 5,005 fans Saturday at Selby St

Hiram rallies past OWU

By Gary Henery Sports Writer In a game that went down to the closing seconds, Hiram freshman running back Brendan Carr capped a 10-play, 84-yard series with a 2-yard touchdown run with 1:45 to play as the Terriers captured a 35-28 North Coast Athletic Conference victory over Ohio Wesleyan in front of a gathering of 5,005 fans Saturday at Selby St

In a rivalry matchup heightened by playoff implications, Big Walnut shook off an inconsistent first half to outscore Olentangy Orange 21-0 in the second half and post a 35-10 Ohio Capital Conference Capital Division victory over the visiting Pioneers on Senior Night Friday at Golden Eagle Stadium.
Entering Friday's action, Big Walnut (6-3, 4-2 OCC

Strong second half lifts Big Walnut past Orange, 35-10

In a rivalry matchup heightened by playoff implications, Big Walnut shook off an inconsistent first half to outscore Olentangy Orange 21-0 in the second half and post a 35-10 Ohio Capital Conference Capital Division victory over the visiting Pioneers on Senior Night Friday at Golden Eagle Stadium. Entering Friday's action, Big Walnut (6-3, 4-2 OCC

Big Walnut (5-3, 3-2 OCC Capital) scored in every quarter en route to a 30-14 Ohio Capital Conference Capital Division victory over the host New Albany (4-4, 3-2 OCC Capital) Friday night in New Albany.
Junior running back Christian Johnson gave the Golden Eagles an early 7-0 first-quarter lead, breaking free on a 65-yard scoring run, the first of

Big Walnut (5-3, 3-2 OCC Capital) scored in every quarter en route to a 30-14 Ohio Capital Conference Capital Division victory over the host New Albany (4-4, 3-2 OCC Capital) Friday night in New Albany. Junior running back Christian Johnson gave the Golden Eagles an early 7-0 first-quarter lead, breaking free on a 65-yard scoring run, the first of

Big Walnut took the first step towards a berth in the OHSAA Division I State Volleyball Tournament by sidelining Pickerington Central with a 25-18, 25-15, 25-16 three game-sweep Wednesday night in the opening round of the Division I Central District Tournament Wednesday night at Big Walnut High School. The reigning Ohio Capital Conference Capital

Logan Carroll, a sixth-grade student at Big Walnut Intermediate School, was honored as Big Walnut Board Student of the Month at last Tuesday's (October 9) Board Meeting, Board member Mindy Myers made the presentation to Logan. Logan is the son of Michael and Moni Carroll.
Logan has three siblings, Reagan who is a fourth-grader at Hylen Souders Ele

Logan Carroll, a sixth-grade student at Big Walnut Intermediate School, was honored as Big Walnut Board Student of the Month at last Tuesday's (October 9) Board Meeting, Board member Mindy Myers made the presentation to Logan. Logan is the son of Michael and Moni Carroll. Logan has three siblings, Reagan who is a fourth-grader at Hylen Souders Ele





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