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City League Sports

The official sports podcast for Columbus City Schools spotlighting students, families, and coaches throughout the district. Hosted by Dr. Vincent Clarno. Listen on Saturday mornings at 8 and find the show on the major podcast platforms, including Apple and Spotify.

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  • Marlon Kerner joins City League Sports to talk about his time at Brookhaven, Ohio State, and in the NFL with the Buffalo Bills.
  • City League Sports features the Columbus International High School Soccer Team with seniors Marvin Hernandez Garcia, Sebastian Dominguez, and Coach Gal Ben Haim joining the show.
  • Former NFL and OSU defensive back Malcolm Jenkins did not attend Columbus City Schools as a kid, but he took the time out of his busy schedule to speak to our CCS athletes, giving them advice on how to be successful in their sports. Hear what he had to say on a special edition of City League Sports.
  • City League Sports welcomes Whetstone Baseball to the studio and discuss the team's impressive run, including 11 straight City League Championships.
  • Three recent graduates and softball players from Briggs reflect on the highs and lows of their high school careers in this edition of City League Sports.
  • Three-time NCAA First Team All American, and Three-time Big Ten Champion Aaliyah Barnes shares her journey to success, including overcoming academic struggles in high school and having major success as a key athlete on The Ohio State University's Track and Field Team.
  • 2004 Athens Olympic Gold Medalist Moushaumi Robinson shares some amazing stories from her past, including everything that went into her decision to run for The University of Texas over other universities, to the high profile celebrities and people she met while training.
  • City League Sports features Marion Franklin Girls Track and Field.
  • This edition of City League Sports features Beechcroft Boys Track and Field.
  • Ron Lewis shares with City League Sports how he went from being cut from his middle school basketball team, to becoming a state champion and first team all state player at one of the most dominant basketball programs in Ohio, Brookhaven High School.