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Ohio High School Athletic Association pospones all remaining Winter Tournaments

News Release – Ohio High School Athletic Association

Jerry Snodgrass, Executive Director

 

www.OHSAA.org |  twitter.com/OHSAASports |  facebook.com/OHSAASports

 

For Immediate Release – March 12, 2020

 

Includes boys basketball regional and state tournaments, along with ice hockey, wrestling and girls basketball state tournaments

 

COLUMBUS, Ohio – At 12:45 p.m. Thursday, the Ohio High School Athletic Association announced that all remaining winter tournament contests are immediately postponed due to the growing situation with the coronavirus COVID-19.

 

The suspended tournaments include the girls state basketball tournament; the state individual wrestling tournament; the state ice hockey tournament, and the boys regional and state basketball tournaments.

 

“We will use this time to work with the appropriate state authorities and health experts to determine our next steps moving forward,” Snodgrass said. “We realize this is disappointing for our participants and their fans, but the overall health and safety of everyone involved in our tournaments is our priority.”

 

No timetable has been determined for possible rescheduling for the tournaments.

 

The announcement was made after state and local officials recommended that no public gatherings take place to help stop the spread of the virus.

 

The OHSAA will send further updates regarding ticket refunds.

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Tim Stried; COURTESY OHSAA COMMUNICATIONS

 

OHSAA announces 15 new members to be inducted into the Officials Hall of Fame

Executive Director Jerry Snodgrass

 

www.OHSAA.org |  twitter.com/OHSAASports |  Facebook.com/OHSAASports

 

Annual hall of fame banquet June 20 to enshrine new class of inductees

 

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Fifteen individuals have been selected for induction into the Ohio High School Athletic Association Officials Hall of Fame. The OHSAA Officials Hall of Fame induction banquet is scheduled for June 20 in Columbus and will welcome these 15 individuals selected by the OHSAA Officials Hall of Fame Committee.

 

Each of the 15 inductees is being honored for outstanding officiating careers and significant contributions to interscholastic officiating in Ohio. More information on the OHSAA Officials Hall of Fame is posted at: http://www.ohsaa.org/Officiating/HOF

 

“In addition to being outstanding officials in their chosen sports, these 15 individuals have mentored countless other officials along the way,” said Beau Rugg, OHSAA Senior Director of Officiating and Sport Management and himself a member of the Hall of Fame. “Officiating is a service to student-athletes, coaches, schools and other officials and it is a joy to recognize these highly respected individuals with induction into the OHSAA Officials Hall of Fame.”

 

2020 OHSAA Officials Hall of Fame Induction Class

Larry Black, Westerville (SB)

Robert Brammer, Dublin (FB, BK)

Don Green, Delaware (BK, BB, SB)

Don Giffin, St. Clairsville (FB, BK)

George Gulas, Medina (BK, BB, SB)

Michael Vaschek, Youngstown (FB, BK) (Deceased)

John Vicarel, Youngstown (FB, SO, VB, BK, BB, SB)

Truman Claytor, Toledo (BK)

Mark King, Fremont (FB, BK, BB)

Michael Poole, Maumee (FB)

Danny Oates, Chillicothe (FB, BK)

Tony Lingardo, West Chester (FB, BK, BB)

Richard Loewenstine, West Chester (WR)

Harry Robinson, New Carlisle (XC, TF)

Ken Myers, Fremont (FB)

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Tim Stried; COURTESY OHSAA COMMUNICATIONS

 

 

HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE airs live tonight! Briggs Bruins at East Tigers, 7 pm

(graphic by Josh Cassinger

 

HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE continues tonight at 7:00! The Briggs Bruins, (13-7, 9-5), one of the top teams in the City South Division, visits the East High Tigers (5-15,3-11).

Got some high scorers in this game: Domenic Farley 18.0ppg, and Andrew Grubbs 14.8ppg for Briggs and Cedric Norvett 14.6ppg for East.

Both teams can score the ball. Pregame at 6:45. YOU CAN LISTEN LIVE HERE http://webca.st/164771

 

 

 

PHOTOS BY Megasportsnews.com

Walnut Ridge vs. Cincinnati La Salle at Bellbrook tonight on 1ST & GOAL

 

 

Tonight on 1ST & GOAL, is Week 12 action! Division III, Region 8 Semifinals, Walnut Ridge (11-0) vs. Cincinnati La Salle (9-2). The Lancers play in the Greater Catholic League South Division with Elder, Moeller and St. Xavier. All of the teams made the Playoffs except 2-8 Moeller.

Pregame show with Josh Cassinger and Stu Mason is 6:15 pm. Game action at 7 pm. We have Coach’s Corner with Scots head coach Byron Mattox.

You can LISTEN LIVE by clicking on the 1ST & GOAL Page at the top left of this page. Scroll down the 2019 schedule and click on tonight’s game.

 

OHSAA Playoffs tonight on the website! Centennial at Jackson, 6 pm Pregame

 

Jackson coach Andy Hall and his 2019 Captains. Coach Hall will join us in the Coach's Corner during tonight's pregame (courtesy Jackson High School)

Luke Lachey of Grandview Heights will be our halftime guest again tonight

We move into Week 11 and OHSAA Playoffs! Tonight, Centennial (9-1) takes on Jackson (10-0) in Division III, Region 11 action. Both teams on streaks, 9 for the Stars and 10 for the Ironmen. They both have a common opponent in Chilicothe whom they both beat soundly.

Pregame is at 6:00 pm on Megasportsnews.com with Josh Cassinger and myself. Game time is 7:00 from SE Ohio and Jackson County. You can LISTEN LIVE HERE http://webca.st/160231

 

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